Angry Grandpa Missing Videos (2011-2013)

Charles Green, aka Angry Grandpa, in a screenshot from the infamous bomb prank.

"Angry Grandpa" is the alias of Charles Green, a YouTube celebrity who makes videos of himself and his grown child, Michael, along with his girlfriend, Bridgette.

Despite being a very popular YouTuber, he has had many videos go missing over the years, which have no mirror upload whatsoever. One such instance is "the bomb prank", a presumably early prank from around 2011. It was removed for legal reasons and because of negative backlash. Another famous missing video was the sequel to "the heart attack prank", a presumably revised version of the original. It was also removed due to negative reception from fans (of which Charles cares about quite a bit).

Yet another video was of Michael singing The Andy Griffith Show theme song very shrilly. This video was made shortly after Andy Griffith's death, and it was likely removed out of respect. In addition to these, a handful of other videos have also been removed for various reasons.[1]

The only evidence of the infamous "bomb prank" is a screen capture of the video, showing the old kitchen. Chances of anyone having made a copy of the video is very unlikely since the channel was relatively little-known back then.


  1. Removed Videos page on the Angry Grandpa Wiki. Retrieved 04 Jun '14.



Anonymous user #1

4 months ago
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It's so interesting to see a famous Youtuber have several videos be considered lost.


2 months ago
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I have some lost videos on my channel. I had videos that were from 2011 and have gone missing due to me not archiving them. And now my original youtube channel was deleted so the videos are lost :(

Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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did you try msging the youtuber. he dose get involded with his fans

Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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I really want to see the bomb prank.
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