I know that KaBlam Episode 29 has already been confirmed a fake, but since this is a theoretical thread I'm going to say that would be my one Lost Media wish.
I wish Mark Marek was trolling us and there really was an award show-kiss scene that was supposed to be the the series finale but then was scrapped. And then when Mark decided to upload all the series episodes to his site, he somehow missed one beta tape in his closet and that tape contained the episode whose rumor lived on the internet for over 10 years.
Episode 29 was my first ever lost media interest and I really did all I could to try and prove its existence. But unfortunately the end result was not as fulfilling as I hoped it would be because the episode doesn't exist.
I WOULD say Canzo Empyrean, but there's a catch -- I wouldn't want it to leak if Justin Fornal wasn't okay with it, which he clearly still isn't. So instead I'll say Honolulu Nights. I don't know why, it's a fairly new article here and it's not that significant, but something about it just grabbed me like few other articles have. It's not too often local TV stations produce their own animation, especially not for hour-long films. I'd love to see it, even if it does end up looking as silly as Diana Hansen-Young's other animated works.
There's this channel here in Mexico, It's called Once TV. I would choose tv bumpers from the children's section, which is called Once Niños. Even if it was only one TV bumper from 1999-2005, that would mske my life complete.
Mine would probably be Doraemon Robot Wars, because, well.... I'm surprise that despite being a knock-off film that has to do with a very popular Japanese character, there's no VHS rips anywhere that I know of.
The Brady Bunch Visits ABC. But, if the Genie pulled a DB-Shenron 'Beyond My Power' thing, I might go instead for the Spider Pit Sequence from Kong 33. If something that old and thought destroyed turned up, how many other things could follow?
Doraemon Robot Wars, because it looks so much like the real Doraemon. When we finally get done with that dang ADWSS, I think we should go searching for that.
I have hacked into the government data base, and here's what it said. Iguanas are actually controlled by goldfish. You see, when they are very young, they eat a goldfish, but the goldfish stretches their fins to the top of the iguanas brain and transports their brain through their fins to the iguanas brain and take control over it.
Back in early 1991, a heavy storm hit my hometown - São Paulo - and flooded several places, including the studios of SBT (Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão, then second largest TV network in Brazil), causing mild panic. The network's newscasts were cancelled that day, leaving various holes through their schedule and, as the legend says, SBT filled their early night timeslot with El Chavo Del Ocho.
Not a surprise, as the Mexican sitcom has been SBT's #1 filler and ratings raiser since the 80's, but the episode that was allegedly broadcast that day is the key element: Chavo is seen playing with an orange plastic revolver, aiming at his neighbors as they run away from him believing he's got a real gun. According to a few witnesses, the characters' clothing items resembled those from the 1972 Chespirito era. The episode (or, in this case, sketch) was severely cut, possibly due to a damaged master tape, and was apparently taken off air halfway through the story.
Years later, this episode became one of the hottest subjects on the Brazilian Chespirito fandom, with people unsuccessfully trying to find recordings of that day's surprise airing. It's known as "O Revolvinho do Chaves" ("Chavo's Little Revolver") in Brazil and "La Pistolita de Juguete" ("The Little Toy Gun") in other Latin American countries. Many people doubted this episode even exists, but research through Tele-Guía magazines provided evidence that an early version of "Los tronadores" - an episode that featured a white plastic machine gun in its 1973 version and a brown rifle in the 1976 remake - existed in 1972, enough proof for some to claim it's the same sketch as the elusive filler aired on SBT.
From all lost episodes of El Chavo Del Ocho and El Chapulín Colorado, this is likely the most sought after one, due to all the 'mysticism' around it. It would certainly be my #1 pick for a found piece of media.