Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Joey Bishop Show - 'The Complete Series' of the 1961 Sitcom is Now For Sale on DVD!

The Joey Bishop Show - 'The Complete Series' of the 1961 Sitcom is Now For Sale on DVD!

All four seasons are also available as individual seasons sets, too.

Posted by David Lambert
    Starring Joey Bishop, the comic genius behind the ratpack. This sitcom is about the fictional host of a TV talk show originating in New York. Each episode deals with events in his personal and professional life as a celebrity. Actors: Joey Bishop; Joe Besser; Abby Dalton; Corbett Monica; Mary Treen; Marlo Thomas. The CHARACTERS include:
    • Joey Barnes: a night club comedian and host of the Joey Barnes Show, a talk show
    • Ellie Barnes: his wife
    • Freddy: Joey's agent/writer/manager in the first season
    • Larry Corbett: Joey's new agent/writer/manager in the second season
    • Hilda: Joey's maid, who says she dislikes his TV show even though she doesn't...but would never tell him.
We received info this morning from MOD (manufacture on demand) distributor Allied Vaughn that today, March 13th, SFM Entertainment is making available the complete 1961 sitcom, The Joey Bishop Show, on DVD. It's available two ways, too!

You can get The Joey Bishop Show - The Complete Series as a 15-disc set. It's priced at $98.00 SRP. You'll get all 4 seasons in one neat package (cover art can be seen below, in the large image).

Or, if you prefer to buy it in smaller bites, you can get individual season sets! Each season is available separately, starting today. The Joey Bishop Show - Season 1 is a 4-DVD set priced at $34.95 SRP (note that the box art SAYS "three disc set," but the studio info says it comes with 4 discs!). Season 2 is also a 4-DVD set, also priced at $34.95 SRP. Season 3 is the same: 4 discs at $34.95 SRP. And a bit cheaper, is Season 4, priced at $32.95 SRP for 3 discs.

Below, under the larger image of the Complete Series box front, you can see smaller images of each of the four individual season sets. As you will quickly see, the same key art is used on each of them! The way to tell them apart is the title in the lower right corner. Check 'em out:
The Joey Bishop Show - The Complete Series The Joey Bishop Show - Season 1 and Season 2 and Season 3 and Season 4

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