IF ANYONE KNOWS IF THIS SHOW WILL BE RELEASED TO DVD EMAIL ME
the show is just in the works to be sold on DVD. nothing is offical yet, but they have begun making it happen. i can inform you when it comes out.share
Hopefully We see the real deal and not Ebay Bootlegs And I hope that it comes out with the whole five seasons with some bonus specials like Commetry's and other bonus features
Do you know if the studio releasing "The Elephant Show" is sorting out the legal rights to release it on dvd or are they thinking about it? I believe it is Casablanca kids who own the rights. I do not know for certain.They told me that they were having trouble with the issue because of a red tape issue with the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corperation). This was a good show and defenitly deserves to be released (in decent quality!).
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Just got this e-mail reply from Casablanca Media, which owns the copyright to Elephant Show:
Thank you for your inquiry.
We have no plans to release this on a DVD at the moment. We just release(sic) the Make Believe on a DVD though if you would like to check it out.
Let me know.
Casablanca Media Acquisitions Inc.
Suite 1610, 365 Bloor Street East
You people are pathetic.
I would buy the DVD if it comes out
Casablanca Media only owns the rights to the music, not the show. The show is owned by a different company, and there are no plans to release it on DVD any time soon. I know for a fact because I know someone who works at the company and I recently asked them.share
If anyone knows anyone who somehow has the episodes, I would be interested in buying. My little cousin watched some clips on YouTube and is now in love with this show.
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No DVD release yet still, but there were some commercially released VHS tapes. Here in the U.S., some of them were released by A&M Records, while in Canada, video distribution was been tossed around more times than what should be said. It first saw VHS releases from Cineplex Odeon (Now part of Echo Bridge Entertainment's library in the U.S.), C/FP Video (Now part of eOne), and at least one from Malofilm Video (Also now part of eOne).