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Brotherly, Gargoylely Love
2004-12-07 10:18
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

It's a big day today on the home front as the special 10th Anniversary Edition DVD offering the complete first season of Gargoyles, the Disney television show co-created by my brother, Greg, goes on sale.

Gargoyles was truly a labor of love for my brother, producer on its first two seasons. There has been a determined effort to resurrect the show in some format, and sales of this DVD will play a key role in determining whether that will happen.

If you've ever been a fan, you can't be without this DVD, which comes with all 13 first-season episodes (uncut), a commentary track, the original series pitch used to sell the show, and a documentary. If you haven't seen the show but are interested in just plain good television, buy the DVD as a holiday gift for your family, friends or yourself. You won't be disappointed.

For more information on the show, consult the "Ask Greg" Gargoyles website or this recent interview (scroll down to "Defenders of the Night").

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