I bought this tape a few years back, and I just put it in. It appears to be the infamously lost first television broadcast- Felix the Cat! I may or may not release it, but be sure, it will go in my personal archive!
I haven't claimed I have had anything for sure, have I?
Please fact check yourself before telling someone else to do so.
Why the heck would I lie about this anyway?
How does that article prove me wrong? What does that have anything to do with what I said? In case you didn't get it: Very early TV, due to technological limitations, had to be broadcast live. If you missed it, too bad. There was no way for the station to record what they aired. To quote Wikipedia: "Apart from Phonovision experiments by John Logie Baird, and some 280 rolls of 35mm film containing a number of Paul Nipkow television station broadcastings, no recordings of transmissions from 1939 or earlier are known to exist."
All it will take is one phone-camera picture of this, or of the racist 1920s cartoons, or the supposed "frame of animation" you have for the nonexistent Sonic series, and I'll eat my words and apologize (I still won't believe you have a real copy of this, but at the very least I'll believe you got scammed). But the longer you make outrageous claims without providing any shred of proof, the worse you make yourself look.