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[Misc] The Lost Media Thread
#26
Hello! Welcome to the April 2021 Recently Found pavilion:

Say hello to the recently found:

Cyberchase: The Poddleville Case - Found pilot to PBS Kids Show

Scooby-Doo: Horror on the High Seas - Found prologe to online game

Rollergirls (Still mostly lost) - Found clip from 70s NBC Show

Super Why! Pilot Intro Audio (Still mostly lost) - Found intro song to 1999 pilot to 2007 TV Show that gave us:

ANTI VIRUS IS NOT ENOUGH

Thanks Protogent.

Frivolous Fairytales - Found early 2000s cartoon, or as I should say, "pilot," as there was only one episode ever made.

New Pop Sunday (demos) (Still partially lost) - Found demos from Sponge album.

The Snyder Cut - Found cut of Justice League. I've already watched it, and it's AMAZING!!!

Nickelodeon Studios Opening Day Celebration - Found special aired in 1990, celebrating the opening of Nickelodeon Studios.

Heavens to Betsy (Still partially lost): Found episodes of Unaired 90s TV Show starring Dolly Parton.

Every single episode of Nick Arcade - Found episodes of 90s Game Show.

The Astrologer - Found 70s Movie.

Mumblebumble (Still mostly lost) - Found episode of Canadian-Danish 90s cartoon.

Clueless Fashion - Found cancelled Nintendo DS game.

The Adventures of Voopa the Goolash - Found New Zealend cartoon.

Computing News (Still mostly lost) - Found issue of early computing magazine.

Giga Tribe (Still mostly lost) - Found clips of South Korean anime.

Dynablox/Roblox March 2007 Build - Found build of early Roblox.

Looney Tunes Click N Read Phonics - Found flash educational web series.
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#27
I'm really curious about the hamster dance movie for some reason, even though it's definitely just a generic bargain bin kids movie. I guess because it's an interesting look into what could've been with there being a whole franchise.
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#28
So you know how I said Webheads was the most nostalgic piece of lost media to me?

I was wrong.



Family Game Night was extremely nostalgic to me. I could hum the theme song in full to you right now! I would tell you how it works, but the LMW gives a good description:

"Family Game Night was a game show that had games based off of existing board game franchises of Hasbro's. The show would supersize them to real life and turn them into interactive games for the contestant. Examples include such games as Connect Four Basketball, where the Connect 4 Board Game was turned into a basketball competition, or Sorry! Sliders, where the game Sorry! was turned into a sort-of curling competition. The families that won minigames would collect Monopoly Crazy Cash Cards, based off of the Monopoly Crazy Cash game, and would collect cash prizes at the end of the episode."

Sadly, there are 73 out of the 101 episodes currently found, with other episodes being lost.

As of now, All of Season 1 (26 episodes) and 3 (15 episodes) are available. 28 out of the 30 Season 2 episodes are available. Season 4 has three episodes available, and season 5 has one. As of now, most of Seasons 4 and 5, as well as those 2 episodes of Season 2 seem to be lost media.

Hopefully, a streaming service like Discovery+ or Tubi can pick it up.
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#29
GUYS

THIS IS NOT A DRILL

THE SUBWAY PERFECTION AD HAS BEEN FOUND!

I REPEAT: The SUBWAY PERFECTION AD HAS BEEN FOUND!
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#30
(04-23-2021, 18:42:01 PM)Dookie Wrote: So you know how I said Webheads was the most nostalgic piece of lost media to me?

I was wrong.



Family Game Night was extremely nostalgic to me. I could hum the theme song in full to you right now! I would tell you how it works, but the LMW gives a good description:

"Family Game Night was a game show that had games based off of existing board game franchises of Hasbro's. The show would supersize them to real life and turn them into interactive games for the contestant. Examples include such games as Connect Four Basketball, where the Connect 4 Board Game was turned into a basketball competition, or Sorry! Sliders, where the game Sorry! was turned into a sort-of curling competition. The families that won minigames would collect Monopoly Crazy Cash Cards, based off of the Monopoly Crazy Cash game, and would collect cash prizes at the end of the episode."

Sadly, there are 73 out of the 101 episodes currently found, with other episodes being lost.

As of now, All of Season 1 (26 episodes) and 3 (15 episodes) are available. 28 out of the 30 Season 2 episodes are available. Season 4 has three episodes available, and season 5 has one. As of now, most of Seasons 4 and 5, as well as those 2 episodes of Season 2 seem to be lost media.

Hopefully, a streaming service like Discovery+ or Tubi can pick it up.

It's a shame really, I saw that a decent amount of people still fondly remember the show years later. I'm also intrigued on how such a recent show has that many lost episodes. I wonder if there are any currently airing shows right now that would become lost media.
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