Potential lost/(un)produced additional Mixels TV episodes Feb 25, 2019 22:45:01 GMT
Post by theyoshistate on Feb 25, 2019 22:45:01 GMT
March 7, 2019: Search broadened as the initial batches of short-form episodes turned out to also have unused codes, refer to the post of mine starting with "Using several images posted on..." for more information.
I'm looking for two potentially lost (and/or [un]produced) television specials for the cartoon/toy line named Mixels (which ran from 2014 to 2016 and which continues to have an active fanbase to this day) by way of a couple of production codes.
There was a nine-digit production code used for that show's half-hour specials, in the standard format of X01-XXX-X00. Of the nine possible combinations, six codes were used on specials that made it to TV broadcast (the first, generically titled "Movie", was only aired in India and Italy and released on a VCD [yes, that] in Poland, however; and the last two of which were barely promoted [in fact, neither were ever promoted at all in the United States], leading at least partially to the cartoon/toy line's hastened conclusion), a seventh code was used for cutscenes in a mobile game tie-in to the show called Calling All Mixels. This leaves the following two unused production codes: 701-XXX-500 and 701-XXX-800.
I'm asking you guys (primarily you in countries where a dub of the show was aired) to see if codes 701-XXX-500 and 701-XXX-800 were actually used by lost Mixels specials, to see if you could contact any voice actors for these dubs to find out if they know if these codes were used for anything at all.
I do have a couple of last notes: I can rule out usage on the show's other tie-in mobile app, Mixels Rush (as they did not use cutscenes, rather an intro and an outro in comic-book style); and that I found the first code from this source.
Thanks for your help in advance.