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Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:13:31 PM   
trussedfund


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Now I remember Eerie Indiana as being really great, am I wrong?

It has just been released as a box set for sixteen quid or so, if I buy it am I going to regret it - or was it as good as I remember?

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:33:15 PM   
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i think it maybe the way you say remember it being good could be the problem i remember thinking it was great at the time but i think i wouldnt relate to it as much now as i did back then, but it was really wierd and never dull.
i say go for it...but first look on e-bay might be someone flogging it cheaper.

almost as good as the Aussie show "Round the Twist" that was a crazy show is that on DVD buy that instead!   

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:35:13 PM   
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ORIGINAL: punchdrunk

i think it maybe the way you say remember it being good could be the problem i remember thinking it was great at the time but i think i wouldnt relate to it as much now as i did back then, but it was really wierd and never dull.
i say go for it...but first look on e-bay might be someone flogging it cheaper.

almost as good as the Aussie show "Round the Twist" that was a crazy show is that on DVD buy that instead!   


i remember Eerie Indiana. one of those shit programes i always watched. as for Round the Twist, thats on the c5

programme now, shake! that was a fun programme!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:45:23 PM   
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is there a "Round the twist" Thread?

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:51:33 PM   
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My sister remembers it, I sort of do and we both agree that we thought it was weird but good. So yes, give it a try.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 4:56:09 PM   
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I used to love this show and I taped a lot of it when it was on. I still like to watch it sometimes with a smile on my face.
My fave episode was the one with the foreverwear boxes. classic stuff!

Whatever happened to Omri Katz?

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 5:56:19 PM   
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Forever Wear, i remember there was always this strange atmosphere in the filming it was always kind of squewed.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 6:01:28 PM   
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i used to love that show especially the episode about the girl with heart transplant.and i used to love round the twist i like the eppy with the fox and lemons and the merman eppy.good stuff!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 6:21:35 PM   
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Forever Wear, i remember that. There were twins in it weren't there.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 7:06:53 PM   
tbird


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Yeah, that had stayed the same for like 30 years or something.

I think I may have to get this on DVD!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 12/7/2006 10:22:41 PM   
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Thats really cool this is been released, and i still remember the Forever Wear episode.  Im going to buy this for definite.


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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 12:11:34 AM   
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It's on it's way to me from Play. Can't wait!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 10:25:32 AM   
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Well thanks for all your input, I think I will have to buy it!

Cheers 

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 11:26:13 AM   
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Gotta admit I was a little disappointed by the aesthetics of the case and the apparent lack of features. Still, a great show.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 11:33:38 AM   
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ORIGINAL: tbird



Whatever happened to Omri Katz?


He now apparently works as a hairdresser in L.A.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 11:50:18 AM   
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I loved this show so mjuch I've bought the DVD for my son's birthday on Sunday. Hope he likes it too.

Anyone with any doubt about how great the show was can be reminded via THESE 4 episodes at YouTube.

I recommend The Lost Hour.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 5:37:43 PM   
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The nwxt 16 I recieve will be spent on this. Fantastic!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 5:41:24 PM   
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I used to love this show.  Great theme music too.  I may have to invest 16 of my money in this one as well.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 6:58:28 PM   
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I'm almost peeing myself with excitement over this, can't afford it though as I've got a holiday to pay for

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 8:32:34 PM   
swan


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Frankie

I loved this show so mjuch I've bought the DVD for my son's birthday on Sunday. Hope he likes it too.

Anyone with any doubt about how great the show was can be reminded via THESE 4 episodes at YouTube.

I recommend The Lost Hour.

is that the one where the whole town goes sleep shoppin.with the song 'u just cant get enough,at the world of stuff' or whatever it was.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 8:39:47 PM   
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I had utterly forgotton about this show and now I think I may have to invest in the box set - me and my sister loved watching it when we were growing up!  Oooh, I wonder if I could 'give' it to her as a present?

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 8:44:29 PM   
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Omri Katz quit acting and lives in Isreal now.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 8:48:28 PM   
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I loved this show too. It was like The X Files (funny episodes) for kids. Marshell was like a young Fox Mulder.

I liked the episodes with that + - dude.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 13/7/2006 9:45:55 PM   
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ORIGINAL: crayon
I had utterly forgotton about this show and now I think I may have to invest in the box set - me and my sister loved watching it when we were growing up!  Oooh, I wonder if I could 'give' it to her as a present?


good plan, covers a birthday and you get to watch it. 

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 1:47:08 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Starscream

quote:

ORIGINAL: tbird



Whatever happened to Omri Katz?


He now apparently works as a hairdresser in L.A.


No! How strange!

Oh well, child actors eh?

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 2:54:25 PM   
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Argh, but he isn't. He lives in Isreal now. He quit acting.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 6:00:30 PM   
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I used to love this show too but I think Round the Twist just beats it for weirdness and having a better theme tune.

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 6:01:45 PM   
swan


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ORIGINAL: Katamarang

I used to love this show too but I think Round the Twist just beats it for weirdness and having a better theme tune.

the theme kicks arse me and my mate were singin it last night

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 6:07:16 PM   
Katamarang

 

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How does it go again? I want to sing it drunkenly tonight!

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RE: Eerie Indiana - 14/7/2006 6:56:56 PM   
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"Have you ever, ever felt like this when strange things happen are you going round the twist."

Loved that show.

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