Warner Bros release these old cartoons cartoons on DVD

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Filmation produced 3 shows with DC Comics characters in the 1960s:

The New Adventures of Superman (1966)

The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967)

The Batman/Superman Hour (1968).

They also produced some great late 1960s/early 1970s shows like Hardy Boys, Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down, My Favorite Martians, Uncle Croc's Block.

Some of these are owned by Warner Bros and others by other companies.

Since 2007, Warner Bros has systematically released, and is now starting to rerelease these shows on DVD, BUT WITH THE SUPERBOY STORIES LEFT OUT EVERY TIME, to the perpetual frustration of the fans. One DVD box set would put all 34 Superboy cartoons on our TV screens for the first time in decades. Warner have ignored contact email requests to put these out on DVD (and have sat for many years on other great shows they own like Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero and the remaining unreleased 1970s Filmation Tarzan cartoons. At this rate, most of us will die of old age before seeing the favourite shows from our childhood released on DVD. A petition is the only thing that will get them to take notice of the fans.