Post by forlornjackalope on Dec 27, 2020 22:40:41 GMT
Given how massive the article requests page is, what would you like to see get some love and appreciation next - be it getting their own pages, a new search, or what you'd like to hope we get closure on? While looking it over, there's a ton I forgot about and I either forgot aren't accounted for or didn't know about.
AUDIO/DUBBING: Pokemon (lost original "Casey" version of 4Kids dub of anime, 1997/8?)- Originally, Ash was going to be named "Casey" and he had a different voice actor, according to TV Tropes. MUSIC/MUSIC VIDEOS Jason Donovan "Every Day (I Love You More)" (partially lost original music video of pop song, 1989)- Aside from behind-the-scenes pictures/screenshots and very little info on a Jason Donovan 1989 annual book (a few of the pictures have been uploaded on Pintrest, and BTW, I own a copy of the annual), no footage of this video was found, and it is unknown why this video fell into obscurity
I have almost the whole "Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?" TV series. A bunch of episodes are missing. I'm also attempting to archive episodes of the spin-off, "Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?" I also have most of the short-lived kids' version of "Wheel Of Fortune," called "Wheel 2000." A few episodes missing there, too. I don't think any of these three shows have seen an official media release, and are only available from those who taped the shows when they aired who upload them onto YouTube and other video-sharing sites.
MORE LOST MEDIA: Nick (partially found Argentinan children's channel, 1994-1995)- Not related to the Viacom Nickelodeon, even though it airs some of thier shows, including the first three Nicktoons. This is talking about the obscure Pramer channel. If you do research on this channel, you'll see pictures/videos of the logo and scans from the Cablevision magazine . I've been interested in this topic for two or three years now and I would love to see more footage/info someday. Also, you can see a video of the channel's IDs here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=iW5qKj9Ku-I&ab_channel=%D7%82
Magic Club (lost sister channel to "Magic Kids", 1995-1996)- Another obscure Pramer channel. According to Logopedia, it appears to be a successor to the "Nick" channel above, but I might be wrong. I couldn't find any footage of this channel nor known what shows were on there, all I could find were three screenshots/pictures of the Magic Club logo on Logopedia and very little info, that's it.