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Release "You Can't Do That On Television" to DVD in the USA
  • Petitioned Bart Yabsley Executive VP Sales and Distribution of Bell Media Canada

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Bart Yabsley Executive VP Sales and Distribution of Bell Media Canada

Release "You Can't Do That On Television" to DVD in the USA

    1. Gabriel Marsh
    2. Petition by

      Gabriel Marsh

      Bismarck, ND

"You Can't Do That On Television" was a Canadian television series that began a local run of 45 minute episodes in 1979, but ultimatley began airing on Nickelodeon in 1981, and it became an instant hit, running for ten whole seasons (Including the first season from 79), 143 episodes (Including the thirteen 45 minute episodes), and 11 years.
YCDTOTV getting a full DVD release (And a proper one, not a burn on demand DVD release) is important because it's one of the first and only shows to give Nickelodeon it's name. It inspired many creative ideas to come, and it was the first show to use Nickelodeon slime, which was used in many shows for years to come, and they still use it now. The only release we have of this legendary show is a VHS clipshow, but that tape costs over $100 according to Amazon.
So please sign this petition to get what's left of this show a proper DVD release.

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Reached 100 signatures
    2. Shout! Factory Releases "You Can't Do That on Film"

      Gabriel Marsh
      Petition Organizer

      Ladies and gents, I'm proud to say that Shout! Factory has released the YCDTOTV documentary, "You Can't Do That on Film"!
      These aren't the DVDs I'm petitioning for, but I'm guessing that if this sells well, it will lead to Seasonal DVD sets (But I'm only predicting this)! So keep signing, sharing, and be sure to buy this set!
      https://www.shoutfactory.com/?q=node/215640

      You Can't Do That On Film

      What happens when you travel to the birthplace of green slime? For an entire generation of classic Nickelodeon fans, it's like finding the Holy Grail. Join filmmaker David Dillehunt for You Can't Do That On Film , the first and only feature-length documentary about the cult-classic children's television show, You Can't Do That On Television .

    3. Reached 50 signatures
    4. 40 Signatures!

      Gabriel Marsh
      Petition Organizer

      We have reached 40 supporters! I would like to give a big thanks to everyone who signs, but we're still not there! Keep sharing, and spread the word to everyone you know! As always, here's another classic episode!

    5. 30 Signatures!

      Gabriel Marsh
      Petition Organizer

      i'm very happy to say we have reached 30 sigs! Keep having people sign, help spread the word, and enjoy another episode of You Can't Do That on Television!

    6. Reached 25 signatures
    7. We Need More Sigs!

      Gabriel Marsh
      Petition Organizer

      Thank you to everyone who signed! But we're going to need more people to sign in order for this to happen, so please tell your family & friends! In the meantime, enjoy an episode of this timeless classic!

    8. Reached 10 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Matt Gregory GARDEN CITY SO., NY
      • 5 months ago

      Groundbreaking. Show for kids by kids. Loved it.

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    • Sean Andrechak DENISON, TX
      • 6 months ago

      part of my yout

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    • Ryan Lavelle OSWEGO, IL
      • 7 months ago

      A great show that weighed heavily in my childhood. It would be fun to relive some of those memories.

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    • Damien McDaniel DALLAS, TX
      • 7 months ago

      I loved that show as a kid!

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    • D`Arcy Boehm TOMS RIVER, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      I have reminisced about the show with my wife and would like the opportunity to purchase and share with my son

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