March 2019: The Month in Home Media

The Month in Home Media highlights short-lived or rare TV shows released on DVD or Blu-ray in the United States during the previous month.

After two quiet months, things picked up in March. A forgotten adventure drama, Spencer’s Pilots (CBS, 1976), came out on DVD. So did both seasons of Here’s Boomer (NBC, 1980-1982). Plus, the first of four Man from Atlantis pilot telefilms came out on Blu-ray. Finally, there were four new releases from Alpha Video, including episodes of one season wonder My Hero (NBC, 1952-1953)

DVD/Blu-ray Releases

Highlight of the Month: Spencer’s Pilots

CBS Home Entertainment quietly, and surprisingly, released this short-lived adventure drama on DVD last month. It starred Christopher Stone, Todd Susman, Gene Evans, Margaret Impert, and Britt Leach. It ran for two months on CBS during the 1976-1977 season. Guest stars include Bill Bixby, Bob Crane, Barbara Bel Geddes, Pernell Roberts, Clyde Kusatsu, and Shelley Fabares.

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Other Releases

Man from Atlantis (1977 NBC Pilot Telefilm) [Blu-ray]
Here’s Boomer: Season 1
Here’s Boomer: Season 2
My Hero, Volume 5 [Alpha Video]
Sheriff of Cochise, Volume 6 [Alpha Video]
Roy Rogers With Dale Evans, Volume 22 [Alpha Video]
Food and Beverage Commercials [Alpha Video]


ClassicFlix has delayed the first season of Public Defender (CBS, 1954-1955) on DVD from April 23rd to May 21st.

The Brady Brides (NBC, 1981) and The Bradys (CBS, 1990) are coming to DVD. The two short-lived spin-offs of The Brady Bunch are included in the upcoming 50th Anniversary Brady-est TV & Movie Collection from CBS/Paramount, scheduled for release on June 6th (TV Shows On DVD/Facebook).

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2 Replies to “March 2019: The Month in Home Media”

  1. A quick PS: The Brady Bunch Hour is not included due to a conflict between Paramount and Sid & Marty Kroft!

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