What’s some lost media of animation you want found

  • We have upgraded to Xenforo 2. We've decided to open the forums back up while we configure the theme and plugins. Thanks for your patience.

Latest News

Jul 10, 2016
119
Ratings
19 1
18
19
#1
I’ve been wanting to ask this forum for a while now ...

What’s some lost media of animation you want found ?

I know there’s a lot out there’s lost and some of it’s found

There’s a lot to the whole point there’s the famous lost media wiki that’s been finding things since 2012

The Lost Media Wiki
 

jaylop97

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
Oct 5, 2014
15,035
Ratings
5,171 36 1
113
20
Austin, Texas
#3
Most of the Pokemon episodes that were skipped entirely, like Pokemon Black and White episodes 23 and 24, I've always been curious as to how those episodes would have always turned out.
 

Red Arrow

Proud Beneluxer
Oct 22, 2012
12,716
Ratings
3,446 67 1
113
21
Belgium
#4
29 episodes of Montana Jones' Dutch dub are lost.

73 + 2/3 episodes of Shin Chan's Dutch dub are lost.

I want to hear how Jonny Quest sounded like in Dutch. (Real Adventures)

I don't remember how Warp Darkmatter from Buzz Lightyear of Star Command sounded like in Dutch.

Samurai Jack's Dutch intro is lost.

I loved the Dutch dub of the episode "The Fix" of Young Justice. If only I could hear it again.
 

SpaceCowboy

Well-Known Member
Mar 2, 2002
4,435
Ratings
98 2
48
USA
Visit site
#5
The original 1952 French-language version of The King and the Mockingbird/Le Roi et l'Oiseau titled La bergère et le ramoneur, where Anouk Aimée voiced the Shepherdess. This edit of the film has not resurfaced since 1980, but strangely has turned up in an English dub titled The Curious Adventures of Mister Wonderbird on public domain DVDs.
When Paul Grimault later recut the film himself, he redubbed all the voices with different actors and shaved some scenes. The latter version, The King and the Mockingbird, is a lot more common (except for the US).
 
Jul 14, 2010
75
Ratings
41
18
UK
#7
After reading an AV club article about unsuccessful Prime-Time animated sitcoms I'm really quite interested in Sammy. I know he's a bit of an acquired taste and has made a lot of sub-par work, but I have a bit of a soft spot for David Spade, and I'm kind of fascinated that something that aired in 2000, well into the VCR era and even after TiVo devices had been introduced, has disappeared almost without a trace.
 

dumbfoolkid5

Well-Known Member
Apr 15, 2012
1,735
Ratings
122 1
48
New Orleans LA. US
#10
There was a Dracula Jr. cartoon from the 80's. And also a cartoon involving the evolution of cars, boats and airplanes that aired on PBS and it has Mozart playing. Plus the cartoon The Contest it has rival dog and cat gangs.

Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
 
Jul 10, 2016
119
Ratings
19 1
18
19
#13
There was a Dracula Jr. cartoon from the 80's. And also a cartoon involving the evolution of cars, boats and airplanes that aired on PBS and it has Mozart playing. Plus the cartoon The Contest it has rival dog and cat gangs.

Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
The only two Dracula cartoons I could find from the 80s to early 90s are

• Count Duckula
Count Duckula - Wikipedia

• Little Dracula (1991)
Little Dracula - Wikipedia

• Drak Pack
Drak Pack - Wikipedia
 

dumbfoolkid5

Well-Known Member
Apr 15, 2012
1,735
Ratings
122 1
48
New Orleans LA. US
#15

Red Arrow

Proud Beneluxer
Oct 22, 2012
12,716
Ratings
3,446 67 1
113
21
Belgium
#16
I really want to see the bumpers from Kids Next Door big mission weekend. I know a couple were found but I want to see them all.
I would like to see all old Cartoon Network bumpers and promos from around the world.

Also, any bumpers from a block called "Webcameraden" here. All footage is lost. I could only find its logo.
 

SpaceCowboy

Well-Known Member
Mar 2, 2002
4,435
Ratings
98 2
48
USA
Visit site
#18
Last edited:
Aug 8, 2018
119
Ratings
23 2
18
Missouri
#19
I remember catching the first episode of King of the Hill on Fox Kids in 1997 and it didn't seem to be edited. They may have aired it only once as a cross-promotional stunt.
That's interesting. Of course you wouldn't know if something was edited without watching it side by side with a non fox kids version.
A lot of episodes would not need to be edited. It's not really a show for kids but most parts are fine for kids to watch.
 

Red Arrow

Proud Beneluxer
Oct 22, 2012
12,716
Ratings
3,446 67 1
113
21
Belgium
#20
It's a family show, I'd say.

From 1998 till 2001, a kids channel called Ketnet aired King of the Hill here with subtitles. I don't think it was censored. It got ditched in 2001 because the target audience of the channel was changed to 4-12 year olds. (previously 4-15)

The cigarette episode, though xD Ketnet really aired that. Did Fox Kids air it too?
 

Similar threads