Article requests

This is a page where users can request articles for lost media. Please note that this list is not heavily moderated, so before writing an article from this page, you should make sure that the media conforms to our eligibility rules.

It is also highly recommended that you include at least one reliable source confirming it exists (or had any production at all in the case of cancelled media), especially if the media in question is fairly obscure or hard to find information on.

Advertising/Interstitial Material


  • Cartoon Network "YES!" bumpers (partially found CN channel bumpers; 2006-2007) [1]
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy - Mayonnaise Dog (partially found Cartoon Network promo; 1999), A short clip from that promo can be seen on a Cartoon Network's Friday's bumper.
  • The Adventures of Napman (partially found Nickelodeon short series; 2003) ("Pond", "Bank Robbers", "Alien Abduction", and "Water" have been found. The total amount of episodes unknown, series may be fully found now.)
  • CFI TV program (lost "key" transition animations; mid-1990s) [?]
  • Nickelodeon "Night Vision" Bumpers (Ads for a late-night programming block that aired from around 10 PM to 6 AM, exclusively in New Zealand, from around 2007/2008 to 2010.)

Live Action

  • Hanna-Barbera Dingue Dong (partially found French kid show block; 1990s) [2] [3]



  • Adventures of the Little Koala "The Moon Goddess" (lost English dub of anime episode; 1987)
  • The Adventures of Sindbad the Sailor (lost English dub of Japanese animated film; 1962)
  • Akazukin Chacha (lost English Cartoon Network Asia dub)
  • Akazukin Chacha (lost English dub of anime; 1998) Are these the same?
  • Around the World in Eighty Dreams (lost English dub of "Les Aventures de Carlos")
  • Aniyoko: My Next Door Neighbor/Animal Yokocho (lost English dub of anime series; 2008)
  • Bleu L'Enfant de la Terre/Blue The Earth Child (lost English dub)
  • Bunny Maloney (partially lost English dub)
  • Casper (TV Series; 1966) (lost English audio for several episodes)
  • Cosmic Baton Girl Comet-san/Princess Comet (lost Omni Productions English dub)
  • Chosoku Spinner (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Chō-Bakuretsu I-Jigen Menko Battle Gigant Shooter Tsukasa (lost English dub), dubbed as Go Gigant
  • Clockwork Fighters Hiwou's War (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Daa! Daa! Daa! (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Daigunder (lost English dub; episodes 29-39)
  • The D.A.R.E. Report: The Land of Decisions & Choices (partially found English dub; early 1990s?)
  • Detective School Q (lost Animax dub)
  • Digimon Frontier (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Digimon Tamers (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Despicable Me 2 (lost original dialogue with Al Pacino; 2013)
  • Dream Dimension Hunter Fadora (lost English dub)
  • Eagle Riders (lost Saban dub)
  • Godmars (lost English dub of compilation movie)
  • The Gokusen (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Grander Musashi
  • Fantastic Children (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Haibane Renmei (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Heidi (lost English Cartoon Network India dub)
  • Hungry Heart - Wild Striker (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Hungry Heart - Wild Striker (lost English Animax dub)Are these the same?
  • Jewelpet (lost Omni Productions English dub)
  • Journey to the Heart of the World (lost English dub)
  • Kasumin (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Little Monsters: The Adventures of Koby & the Oakey Dokeys (lost English dub)
  • Maple Town (unaired English dub episodes of anime series; 1987)
  • Mechander Robo (lost Philippines English dub; episodes 2-35)
  • Mirmo Zibang! (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Mister Ajikko (lost English dub pilot of anime series)
  • Mondo TV's Trash Pack (cancelled English dub; 2012)
  • Ninku (lost English dub)
  • Ninja Robots (lost English dub; episodes 21-49)
  • Nintama Rantaro (lost English Singapore dub), dubbed as Ninja Boy
  • Nu, Pogodi! (lost Eastern Bloc and Caucasian dubs, 1970s-2005)
  • Ogre Slayer (lost English dub; Episodes 3-4)
  • Obocchama-Kun (lost English Indian dub)
  • Potatoes and Dragons (partially lost English dub)
  • The Prince of Light: The Legend of Ramayana (lost English dub of anime film; 2001) American English dub trailer.
  • The Prince of Tennis (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Problem Child: The Animated Series (lost original English audio)
  • Robinson Sucroe (lost English dub)
  • Reporter Blues (lost English dub) (by Privateer Pictures)
  • Shutsugeki! Machine Robo Rescue (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Space Warrior Baldios (partially lost English dub of movie)
  • Spooky Kitaro (lost English Animax dub)
  • Stratos 4 (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Saban’s Gulliver’s Travels (lost English dub)
  • Sanmao (lost English dub) [4]
  • Sea Princesses (partially lost English dub)
  • The Sneezing Magician (lost English dub of Hakushon Daimaou)
  • Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (lost original intro; 1937) page exists in the old Lost Media Wiki, but is not enough effort on it and has little evidence itself.
  • Spheres (lost KidsCo English dub of Korean animated series)
  • A Troll in Central Park - Buddy Hackett and Robert Morley audio (lost recordings from musical fantasy-comedy film; 1994) [5]
  • The Twins at St. Clare's (lost English dub of anime)
  • Yobarete Tobidete Akubi-chan (lost English Singapore dub)
  • Zipang (lost English Singapore dub)

Live Action

  • Blade Runner 2047 (partially found original Jóhann Jóhannsson score; 2017)
  • Deluge (lost original English audio from film; 1933)
  • Godzilla 2000: Millennium (lost export dub)
  • Justice League (lost original Junkie XL score; 2017)
  • The Last Woman (lost original French audio of French-Italian film; 1976)
  • LazyTown Extra (unaired original version) Only aired in the UK. Unknown if the original cast even recorded for this series. Note: Ziggy travels around the UK in this miniseries, so it's possible it was only made for the UK, not the US. They do say soccer instead of football, though.
  • The Legend of the Lone Ranger - Klinton Spilsbury's original dialogue (lost audio of western film; 1981) For context on this entry, Spilsbury's infamous behavior on the set of the film lead to his entire performance being dubbed over by actor James Keach. None of his original audio has been released to this day.
  • Star Ranger (lost Gorenger English dub; 1978)
  • Teletubbies (partially found US dub; 1998-2008)
  • Tots TV (lost US dub; 1996-1998)
  • Tweenies (lost US dub; 2003-2006)

Stop Motion/Puppetry

  • Hey Mister, Let's Play! (lost Slovak dub)
  • Téléchat (lost English dub) - season one at least was dubbed; was run on The Children's Channel in the UK in the early 1990s.


  • Lord of the Rings 12-part BBC radio adaptation (1955-1956)
  • Shadow The Hedgehog Ryan Drummond Sonic Audio (unused voice performance from game; existence unconfirmed; 2005)
  • Vocaloid KAITO Append Dropped Voicebank (dropped since the software moved from V2 to V3)


  • Archie Comics' Super Mario Comic Book Series (cancelled comic)
  • Ghost Hunt Manga Volume 12 English Translation done by Del Rey/Tanoshimi (Both companies shut down before it's release, not even sure if there is anything.)
  • Sonic the Comic (unmade storylines) Source that they were produced at all?
  • Space Patrol Luluco Manga English Translation (taken down by Crunchyroll though pages can be found scattered around the internet)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mirage Universe Sourcebook (2009) [6]
  • Newspaper and Disney comics are written by Beatrice Sparks, the actual author of Go Ask Alice. [7]



  • The Aristocats II (cancelled Disney animated direct-to-video sequel; 2005-2006)
  • Betty Boop (MGM/Zanuck Co.) (cancelled animated film; 1993) [8]
  • The Bob and Larry Movie (cancelled "VeggieTales" film) [9] [10]
  • Bollywood Superstar Monkey (cancelled DreamWorks animated film)
  • B.O.O.: Bureau Of Otherworldly Operations (cancelled DreamWorks animated film)
  • Chicken Little 2: Mission to Mars (cancelled film sequel to "Chicken Little"; 2006) [11]
  • The Contract (partially found rare animated film; 2002) Virtually no information about it exists on the internet, apart from its Amazon listing and uh, all of this other stuff.
  • Elf Bowling 2: The Great Halloween Pumpkin Heist (cancelled animated film sequel to "Elf Bowling The Movie"; late 2007) starts at 3:19
  • Fantasia 2006 (cancelled Disney film; 2006)
  • Finding Nemo 2 (lost production material of cancelled Circle 7 sequel; 2005-2006) - There is very little information on this one, so unless more information surfaces (like the existence of a script), I'll change my mind on this one. - Happy Brian
  • Forever Like the Rose (unreleased Seals & Crofts animated film; 1978)
  • Freddie Goes to Washington (cancelled sequel to Freddie as F.R.O.7)
  • Ice Age (lost original Don Bluth version; late 1990s)
  • The Jungle Book (lost Bill Peet version; 1963)
  • Kyubi no Kitsune to Tobimaru (Sesshoseki) (lost anime film; 1968)
  • Larrikins (cancelled DreamWorks animated film; 2012-2017)
  • Laughter in the Dark (rare book-based drama film; 1969) [12]
  • Maruhi Gekiga, Ukiyoe Sen'ichiya (lost anime film; 1969)
  • Maze Bakunetsu Jikuu: Tenpen Kyoui no Giant (lost anime film; 1998)
  • Me and My Shadow (cancelled DreamWorks animated film)
  • Monsters, Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise (lost production material of cancelled Circle 7 sequel; 2005-2006)
  • Neopets the movie (cancelled CG animated movie based off of Neopets; 2006 [13]
  • Noah's Ark: The New Beginning (unreleased animated Christian film; 2008-2013)
  • The Off-Beats (cancelled planned film; 1990s) -- I cannot find anything about this online, so there's likely an insufficient number of sources on the film. -R
  • Opus: The Last Christmas (partially found possible pitches(?) for cancelled 2008 film; 2006-2008) [14] [15] [16] [17] -- Literally the only info on this I could find at the time. Also, the Daniel Rice CG Society profile has 5 screenshots of the 3DS Max-made pitch. The one I linked here is just one of them.
  • Osmosis Jones (lost PG-13 cut; 2001)
  • Peter Pan (lost David Hall version; 1939)
  • Pokémon: The First Movie (lost early version) based on the YouTube video: Myutsuu no Gyakushuu first trailer -- **YouTube video has been removed; no evidence of a different, earlier version; I recall that a commenter on the video said that early teaser trailers often contain original material, not from the movie. Existence unconfirmed at best in my opinion. -catstorm
  • The Seven Dwarfs (cancelled prequel of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (unmade movie adaptations; 1994/2003) Article on the cancelled 1994 MGM film.
  • South Park: All Hell Breaks Loose (lost/unreleased original cut of 'Bigger, Longer and Uncut)
  • Spore (cancelled film adaptation of life simulation RTS game; 2009) [18]
  • Spyro the Dragon 3D (cancelled game based film; 2009)
  • Super Hornio Brothers (partially lost pornographic parody film; 1993)
  • Toy Story 3 (original Circle 7 animation version; 2004)
  • Yasuji no Pornorama - Yatchimae!! (lost anime film; 1971)

Live Action

  • A Clockwork Orange (deleted scenes from dystopian crime film; 1971) [19]
  • Aloma of the South Seas (lost silent drama film; 1926)
  • The American Venus (partially found silent comedy film; 1926)
  • Andy Warhol Films Jack Smith Filming Normal Love (lost Andy Warhol film; 1963)
  • Anne of Green Gables (lost silent comedy-drama film; 1919)
  • Around the World in Eighteen Days (lost serial; 1923)
  • Atuk (lost scenes of cancelled film; existence unconfirmed; 1970s-1980s) There was an article on the script itself, which isn't lost, but scenes may have been filmed
  • The Bachelor Daddy (lost silent comedy film; 1922)
  • Batman Triumphant (cancelled Schumacher Batman sequel film) [20]
  • The Beautiful and Damned (lost silent drama film; 1922)
  • The Big City (lost silent Lon Chaney film; 1928)
  • The Black Butterfly (lost silent drama film; 1916)
  • A Blind Bargain (lost silent Lon Chaney film; 1922)
  • Blotto (lost original uncensored version of Laurel and Hardy film; 1930)
  • Bride of the Regiment (lost musical film; 1930)
  • The Case of Sergeant Grischa (lost drama film; 1930)
  • The Cave of the Silken Web II (lost Chinese sequel to film; 1930)
  • Charlie Chan (lost films; 1926-1934)
  • A Country Hero (lost Roscoe Arbuckle film; 1917)
  • Crank From 5b (original color widescreen version; 1972) This Soviet Children's movie (original Russian title: Чудак из пятого "Б", Translit. Chudak iz pyatogo B) was filmed in widescreen color, but only [ B&W cropped version remains
  • Crusade (cancelled Paul Verhoeven movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; 1990s)
  • A Dark Lantern (lost silent drama film; 1920)
  • Deadly Friend (lost deleted scenes of film; 1986)
  • Dirty Dishes (rare French movie by Joyce Buñuel; 1978)
  • The Divorcee (lost silent drama film; 1919)
  • Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom (cancelled sequel film; early-mid 1980s)
  • The Drummer (cancelled The Beach Boys biopic film; 2013)
  • El Refugio Del Miedo (lost Spanish drama/horror film; 1974) (AKA: Creation of the Damned, Survivors of the Last Race)
  • Eraserhead - director's cut (lost footage from horror film; 1977) [21]
  • Fanboys (lost cuts of Star Wars-themed film) [22]
  • Friday the 13th (cancelled reboot; 2017)
  • Forever (lost silent romantic drama film; 1921)
  • A Game Chicken (lost silent romantic-comedy film; 1922)
  • A Gentleman of Leisure (lost silent comedy film; 1923)
  • George of the Jungle - director's cut (lost footage from film; 1997) [23]
  • Girl Interrupted (lost director's cut; 1998)
  • The Glorious Adventure (lost silent drama film; 1918)
  • Godzilla 3D to the MAX (cancelled film; 2007-2009) [24] Was dropped in favor of making Godzilla (2014)
  • Godzilla vs. Batman (cancelled cross-over comedy film; 1996) [25]
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (lost scene of western film; 1966)
  • Guardianes De La Dimensión Prohibida (partially found Mexican film; 1994)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - teaser footage (unreleased San Diego Comic Con trailer of film; 2016) [26]
  • Gump & Co. (cancelled Forrest Gump sequel film; 2001-2007)
  • The Gunsaulus Mystery (lost silent race film; 1921)
  • Halloween Returns (cancelled sequel film; 2015)
  • Hands Up (lost adventure film serial; 1918) [27]
  • Heart Like a Hand Grenade (unreleased Green Day documentary; 2004-2005)
  • Heaven's Gate (lost 325 minute cut of western film; 1980) Evidence that this is lost?
  • Her Friend the Bandit (lost silent Charlie Chaplin film; 1914)
  • I Love You, Daddy (cancelled release Louis C.K. film; 2017) [28]
  • The Immortal Alamo (lost silent film; 1911)
  • Israel: A Right to Live (lost documentary film; 1967)
  • It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman! (found TV film version based on Broadway musical; 1975)[29]
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (lost original 192-minute version; 1963)
  • Kiss Me Again (lost silent romantic comedy film; 1925)
  • Ladies of the Mob (lost silent drama film; 1928)
  • Las Noches del Hombre Lobo (lost film; existence unconfirmed; 1968) (might not be real, more info on Wikipedia)
  • Les Misérables (lost deleted scenes; 2012)
  • Lock Up Your Daughters (lost Bela Lugosi film; 1959)
  • The Magnificent Ambersons (lost original Orson Welles cut; 1942)
  • Manhattan Cocktail (partially found part-talkie film; 1928)
  • McTeague (lost silent drama film; 1916)
  • Merton of the Movies (lost silent comedy film; 1924)
  • Mothman (partially lost unreleased Doug TenNapel film; 1997-2000)
  • Mr. Payback - An Interactive Movie (partially found short film(s); 1995)
  • Mr. Sardonicus - "Merciful" ending (lost alternate scene of melodrama film: existence unconfirmed; 1961) [30]
  • The Mystery of The Glass Coffin (lost silent film; 1912) [31]
  • Napoleon (cancelled Stanley Kubrick film; 1969)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master - deleted scenes (lost footage from horror film sequel; 1988) [32]
  • Nice People (lost silent drama film; 1922)
  • One Glorious Day (lost silent fantasy comedy film; 1922)
  • The Oregon Trail (lost John Wayne film; 1936)
  • The Other People (lost unreleased Donald Pleasence film; 1968)
  • Poe (cancelled Sylvester Stallone film; 2005-2010)
  • Pyongyang (cancelled Steve Carell film; 2014)
  • The Queen of Sheba (partially found silent film; 1921)
  • Queen of the Night Clubs (partially found talkie film; 1929)
  • Revenge of the Nerds (cancelled film remake; 2007)
  • Romeo and Juliet (lost silent film; 1916) [33]
  • Rugrats: A Live Adventure (partially found footage of musical adaptation of Nickelodeon TV series; 1998-2000) [34]
  • Salomy Jane (lost silent western film; 1923)
  • The Scarab Murder Case (lost Philo Vance film; 1934)
  • So This Is Marriage? (lost silent drama film; 1924)
  • Song of the Flame (lost musical film; 1930)
  • Song of the West (partially found musical film; 1930)
  • South Pacific Adventures (lost Kiwi/Australian film; 1990)
  • Sprockets (cancelled film adaptation; 1999-2000)
  • Squadron Leader X (lost British WWII film; 1943)
  • Stranded in Paris (lost silent film; 1926)
  • Star Wars: The Phantom Menace - deleted scenes (lost footage from sci-fi film prequel; 1999) [35]
  • Star Whackers (unreleased Randy Quaid film; 2011)
  • Subway Sadie (lost silent film; 1926)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (cancelled John Fusco script; 2009)
  • The Thinning: New World Order (cancelled sequel to YouTube Red film; 2018)A little early don't you think?- Terry
  • The Three Stooges Scrapbook (lost second short film) (first has been found)
  • Thunder (partially found silent Lon Chaney film; 1929)
  • Valeska Suratt's filmography (lost silent films; 1915-1917)
  • The Vampire (lost silent horror film; 1913)
  • Wanderer of the Wasteland (lost silent western film; 1924)
  • The Warrens of Virginia (lost silent drama film; 1924)
  • The Wild and the Free (partially found rare TV movie; 1980)
  • A Woman of the Sea (lost unreleased silent Charlie Chaplin film; 1926)

Stop Motion/Puppetry

  • George Pal's Puppetoons (partially lost animated puppet film series) [36]

Internet Media

  • Amazing Atheist's Distressed Watcher Reviews: Attack of the Clones, Twilight etc.
  • America Online (partially lost internet service; 1999-2006) There's no way to access AOL using any of the clients. A few attempts have been made to either modify or clone the clients to make them work again, and a few sites have been saved, but all of it is as of now inaccessible.
  • Bearing (anti-feminist/anti-SJW whose videos were lost with his account termination on Dec 6, 2016; he's back, but the old videos are gone, except for a few reuploads on YouTube)
  • Brad Jones/The Cinema Snob cancelled "Shot On Shitteo" film - This has not been cancelled, 80% of the film was completed in 2014 (but Brad thought he couldn't legally release it, he later found out that he could), and the rest of the film is being shot this year.
  • Buck Denver Investigates (lost internet video; 2005)
  • ConnertheWaffle missing videos (
  • Doug Walker's two lost Adventure Time Vlogs
  • Games Repainted's Super Mario 64 Repainted ROM hack and stream
  • Greg Plitt death footage/audio tapes (lost recordings, 2015)
  • GoAnimate (lost removed assets, 2007- )
  • Homicide: Second Shift web series based on Homicide: Life on the Street
  • If Undertale Was Realistic (partially found original audio of initial uploads; 2016-2017)
  • Is it a good idea to microwave this? (Styrofoam and packing peanuts episode)
  • JKL Productions (missing videos; 2006-2008)
  • JonTron scrapped/unfinished videos ("Top 10 Mario Levels", "Disneyland Games", and an unknown, unmade episode with a scene involving a banana seen in a since-removed teaser:
  • Kukori és Kotkoda (partially lost fan-made English dubs; unknown date)
  • Lolman The Object Thingy videos (partially lost YouTube videos)
  • Midnight Screenings (unresurfaced episodes)
  • MrRepzion's "What Happened To The "Atheist" Me" (lost YouTube rant video; 2016)
  • Nostalgia Chick - "Animorphs" last episode (unreleased/cancelled online review video; 2014)
  • Panpizza15 (lost pre-Rebeltaxi videos; date unknown)
  • RNL Media's Videos
  • Ridiculeando- La Dimension Desconocida de Youtube (Partially Lost Youtube Comment Seccion Videos)
  • ShadowBlazeX8 (lost YouTube videos; 2008-2013)
  • Shawn Woods (lost original uncensored videos; 2014-2017)
  • Solar Sands' video "Art styles that I hate"'s first version (that he deleted because he got too much negative feedback for including chibi art)
  • Sonic Brainfart (lost BLACKbusterCritic episodes)
  • That Aussie Guy's videos
  • TheAnnotatedXperiment, Annotation Archive, AnnotationStation, etc. (lost annotated YouTube videos)
  • The original Sonic YouTube channel (
  • Underpoop (cancelled Trudermark YouTube Poop; 2016)
  • Vidme Exclusive Videos (videos exclusive to Vidme will be lost December 16th when the servers go offline, we need to back them up now).
  • Vsauce2's Weirdos of the Month web series
  • YTP Pokemon: Clampearl Don't Evolve Overnight (lost YouTube Poop by 777Bigmanlee; unknown date)
  • Shroom Tube (partly lost video’s from deleted YouTube channels; 2015-2017)
  • Lost Media Friday/Monday (partly found Shroom tube series; 2015-2017)


  • Animal Quackers (rare book and illustrations by Carl Barks; 1996)
  • The Blob That Ate Everyone (cancelled 19th Goosebumps Presents book based on a TV adaptation episode; late 1990s)
  • Book of the Wars of the Lord (lost book mentioned in the bible)
  • Fireman Sam (several lost books)
  • Star Trek: The God Thing (lost book version)


  • Amelia Lily "Be A Fighter" (unreleased 2013 album) (promos were released, but the full album was cancelled)
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks (lost song from Disney film; 1971) What song is missing/cut from the film? Please be more specific. - Happy Brian
  • Betty Boo's (unreleased third album, 2003?)
  • Buffalo G (unreleased debut album, 2002)
  • Black Crowes Album "Tall" (scrapped "Amorica" precursor)
  • Black Flag Album "Damaged" (lost outtakes; 1981)
  • Boredoms - Boretronix (partially found media, 3 tapes found, info on 4th tape found but no audio released, 5th and 6th lost at the moment. All 6 tapes confirmed to exist but the label the 2nd and 3rd tapes are on is also unknown at the moment.) All info found at the moment
  • Boston "Amanda" (lost music video; existence unconfirmed, 1986) The Wikipedia article says "An interview for British television, made while the band was promoting the Third Stage album, does show a couple of minutes of a music video near the end." but I can't find any evidence confirming this
  • Candid Camera (1970s era with different theme song)
  • Cheater's Complete Discography (backing band for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Hours & Times/Sticky [1994 Single], Glamour and Immense [1995 Cassette], promo CD; 1997)
  • Clare Grogan "Trash Mad" (unreleased solo album; 1987)
  • Cocteau Twins' unfinished ninth album (lost recordings; 1997)
  • Cradle of Filth "Goetia" (lost debut album; 1993)
  • The Crystal Method- "The Crystal Method" (lost cassette exclusive album; 1996)
  • Dead Kennedys "In God We Trust, Inc." (lost session footage)
  • Elvis Presley: Sunrise (lost songs)
  • Evanescence Demo Bootleg (recorded around 2005-2006) YouTube video was released showing some previews of the tracks, all of it hasn't been released
  • Evita (unreleased studio recording of musical with Kiri Te Kanawa and Christopher Lee; 1980s)
  • Frank Zappa Album "We're Only In It For The Money" (lost "uncensored" verses)
  • Froggy Mix - No Nagging (lost original music video, 1999)
  • Generally a lot of body pit (pre-Slipknot) songs
  • The Gonnabees "Our Album!" (lost album, 2004) (This album was released online digitally, and is inaccessible )
  • Gorillaz - Tomorrow Comes Today / I Got Law (Demo)[37] (unused demo of Tomorrow Comes Today from the album Gorillaz)
  • Gudrun, unreleased debut album (1999, Sweden)
  • Girls Can't Catch, "Echo" (unreleased song from cancelled album)
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience Album "Axis: Bold as Love" (lost original side 1 mixes)
  • John Cena "Chain Gang Revolution" (unreleased album; 2009-2017)
  • Lil Ugly Mane "Devil's Night E.P." (lost album; 2011)
  • Lene "Surprise" (unreleased version of debut album with different tracklist) (songs such as Pole Position, As Good As It Gets, and three remixes of her cover of Here We Go - namely the Shanghai Surprise Mix, the Manhattan Clique Remix, and a remix produced by Kurtis Mantronik remain inaccessible to the public.)
  • Lucky Twice's unreleased second album, 2012
  • Looking Glass "Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" (16 lost mixes)
  • MC Hammer & Tupac Shakur "Too Tight" (unreleased album; 1995-1996)
  • Mad Season (untitled second album under the name "Disinformation"; 1998-1999)
  • Michael Jackson: One Night Only (cancelled HBO special; 1995)
  • Ministry (lost rehearsal tape; 1985-1986)
  • Missing queen songs one page exists but hedgehogingrass \m/(>.<)\m/ found here more info on lost songs here
  • Nirvana (unreleased tracks; 1987-1994)
  • 'NSYNC: Bigger Than Live (lost IMAX concert film; 2001)
  • Pendulum (lost early tracks/misc demos; 2003) (Research and recovery efforts are currently ongoing, courtesy of YouTube user notrobswire.)
  • Pink Floyd "Seabirds" (partially found lyrical song used in the film "More"; 1968) Note: This is NOT the song Seabirds that was released in the 2016 Early Years box set; this is the one with lyrics which has never been heard in full.
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon - legendaries trailer (unreleased soundtrack without SFX from trailer; 2016)
  • The Producers "In The Blues" (shelved album; 2012)
  • Psalty Kids & Co 11: The Mystery of Erin's Suitcase
  • Radiohead "Wake Me: Before They Come" (partially found soundcheck song; 2008) A fan has the full version of the song but will never release it to the public and will only share with one person if you have an equally rare song
  • Rules & Regulations (lost Thomas & Friends music video; 1994) Series co-composer, Mike O'Donnell, stated that a music video was made for the song, but it was never released for unknown reasons. And no, the CGI music video on the Thomas & Friends YouTube channel doesn't count.
  • Scenery (unreleased Blondie song; 1976)
  • Sexart (Pre-Korn band) (lost demo songs)
  • SMiLE.DK "Baby Boom" (unreleased song, 2012)
  • Sophie B. Hawkins "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover" (lost original music video; 1992)
  • That's What Friends Are For (lost Thomas & Friends music video; 1994) Series co-composer, Mike O'Donnell, stated that a music video was made for the song, but it was never released for unknown reasons. And no, the CGI music video on the Thomas & Friends YouTube channel doesn't count.
  • U2 (unreleased assets; 1976-2010s)
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic (unreleased pre-fame demos; 1973-1982)
  • WigWam unreleased debut album, 2005 (collaboration project between Blur's Alex James and 90s rap artist Betty Boo)
  • Wu-Tang Clan "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" 2014 (intentionally lost double album, snippets have been posted online but unknown fate following arrest/imprisonment of owner Martin Shkreli)
  • WWF Brawl for All Theme Song TV Version (unreleased theme; 1998)
  • WWF Lawrence Taylor Wrestlemania 11 Theme Song (unreleased songs, 1995)
  • WWF Steve Austin 2nd Theme Song "Circle of Doom/Ringmaster" (Unreleased/lost stereo song, 1996)
  • WWF Aggression (pre-released version; existence unconfirmed)

Recordings of Real Incidents

  • Democratic Party Primary debates from 1972 - Article in progress, called dibs. - Paroos
  • Dnepropetrovsk maniac's other videos
  • Eugene McCarthy's address at the 1960 Democratic National convention
  • George McGovern's address at the 1984 Democratic National convention
  • Keynote address at the 1972 Democratic National Convention, delivered by Ted Kennedy
  • The Phantom of the Opera (partially found unreleased professional filming of stage production; 2004)
  • Primary debate between Lyndon Johnson and John F Kennedy from 1960
  • Primary debate between Eugene McCarthy and Robert F Kennedy from 1968
  • Thomas Dewey's full convention speeches from 1948 and 1944
  • Vice presidential nominee's speeches at both major party conventions from 1952
  • Ricardo Lopez corpse photos (unreleased death photographs; 1996)



  • A Licas e o Zé (partially lost Portuguese animated series, 1957-Early 60's) Possibly lost forever due to the fact that RTP1 didn't save a lot of its archive until the 80's. Only photos and technical reports remain and a couple of videos. -Abernecio
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks/The Chipmunks/The Chipmunks Go To The Movies (lost episodes of animated series; 1983-1990)
  • Allô Bibizz! (partially found French animated kid block; 1990) (aka Chut! Les parents se reposent)
  • Aureola y Tridente (partially found Panamanian animated series, existence unconfirmed) Only one episode remains online
  • Ben 10 (unaired pilot/test footage of episode 2)
  • Betty Toons (partially lost Colombian animated series; 2002) (several episodes missing)
  • The Beatles Cartoon (Cancelled/Unfinished Prime- Time specials; 1965?) Note: the only known thing about the specials it's on a Russian website where they interview one of the animators. [38] Note:Another source about the special [39]
  • Boken Shonen Shadar (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • Braingames, episode 6 (lost episode of HBO series; 1983-1985)
  • Bumpity Boo (partially found children's anime; mid-1980s)
  • C Bear and Jamal (partially found animated series; 1996-1997)
  • Chibikko Kaiju Yadamon (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • The Cops (cancelled Louis C.K./Albert Brooks animated series) [40] [41]
  • Cory, the Son of Sorcerer (lost Korean animated series; 1993)
  • Crime Time (partially lost animated series; 2008)
  • Unaired Disney cartoon pilot by The Brothers Chaps [42] [43]
  • Dobutsu-Mura Monogatari (lost anime series; 1970)
  • Donkikko (lost anime series; 1967-1968)
  • Douglas Furs (unaired Disney pilot) []
  • Futa-Kun (unaired pilot of anime series; 1966)
  • Hairy Jeremy (partially found animated TV series; 1992) Original French versions of all the episodes have not resurfaced, episode 4 of the English dub has not resurfaced, and episode 13 of the English dub isn't confirmed to exist.
  • Haunted Mansion (Disney TVA version of the ride) [44]
  • Harris' Whirlwind (lost anime series; 1966-1967)
  • Hey Monie! (partially found animated TV series; 2003)
  • Hocus Pocus! Story Pouch (lost 1Korean animated series; 1997)
  • Hood (cancelled animated series; 2009)
  • Hound for Hire (lost animated series; 1963)
  • Itazura Tenshi Chippo-chan (lost anime series; 1970)
  • Jurassic Park (cancelled animated show based off of the first movie)
  • KISS Hello Kitty (cancelled Hello Kitty animated series; 2013)
  • Lego Adventurers (lost Cartoon Network animated series; existence unconfirmed)
  • Little Lulu and Her Little Friends (lost Japanese and English episodes)
  • Los Colorados (partially found Panamanian animated television series, 2011)
  • Los Pata de Palo (lost Panamanian animated television series, existence unconfirmed)
  • Manga Homerun (lost anime series; 1962)
  • Max the Cat (partially found Canadian animated children's series, 1996)[45]
  • Mighty No. 9: The Animated Series
  • Milo's Bug Quest (lost Korean-Canadian animated series; 2000)
  • Mischief City (partially found Canadian animated children's series, 2005)
  • Moomin (partially found anime series; 1969-1970)
  • Morty Kombat (unfinished second season; 2014)
  • Mr. Bogus (partially lost animated series; 1991-1993)
  • Murder Police (shelved FOX animated sitcom)
  • New Kids On The Block (partially found animated series; 1990)
  • Noggin/Nick Jr Classics (partially found British programming block; 2004-2010)
  • The Olympic Challenge (lost Korean animated special; 1987)
  • Otoko Ippiki Gaki Daisho (lost anime series; 1969-1970)
  • Penking & Liking (lost Korean animated series)
  • Panday (lost Filipino animated series; 1986)
  • Pokémon XYZ episode 943 (lost scene showing Ash and Serena kissing directly; existence unconfirmed) Proof?- Terry
  • Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders (cancelled third season; 1998)
  • Q.T. Hush (lost animated series; 1960-1961)
  • Race for Your Life Mac & Bloo (lost Bloo ending)
  • Return of The Bunjee (lost ABC Weekend Special; 1985)
  • Rocket Beach (lost Rocket Power pilot; 1998)
  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (lost original broadcast episodes of animated series; 1969-1970) I'm pretty sure the episodes are found, so unless the episodes have changed in some way, nothing is lost- Terry
  • Sharky and George (partially lost animated series; 1988-1992)
  • Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt (lost animated series; 1965-1966)
  • Soccer Fever (partially lost Italian-Japanese animated series; 1994)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (lost season 2 scripts)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: SpaceBob Invaderpants (unmade episode; 2014)
  • Spunky and Tadpole (lost kids show; 1958-1961)
  • Tatakae! Osper (lost anime series; 1965-1967)
  • Team Atlantis (cancelled Disney animated series; 2002) From what I heard about this show, three of the completed episodes were recycled into the 2003 direct-to-video sequel Atlantis II: Milo's Return. I'm not sure if there were any more episodes of this planned series that never saw the light of day. - Happy Brian
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (unproduced animated CGI series; 2000)
  • The Timberwood Tales (lost animated series; 1991) (Laserdisk release exists, foreign dub used to be online)
  • TMNT: Fast Forward Season 2 (unmade season)
  • TMNT: Superworld (unmade season of 2003 Series)
  • TMNT: Overload (unmade season of 2003 series)Evidence for these unmade TMNT seasons?- Terry
  • Tobidase! Bacchiri (lost anime series; 1966-1967)
  • Tom & Sheenah (lost French animated series; 1999-2000)
  • Tinti kalandjai (partially lost Hungarian animated series; late 1980s)
  • Transformers Animated (unfinished content) (Source)
  • Transformers: Transtech (cancelled animated series; 2000-200?)
  • Trickster: Clue Hunters (cancelled Korean anime series; 2008)
  • Trucky and the Mighty Car (Canadian children's animated series, 1997, Existence Unconfirmed)[46]
  • Twinkle, the Dream Being (lost Korean-American animated series; 1992)
  • TV Funhouse (partially lost Saturday Night Live series)
  • The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald Episode 7 (lost episode of animated series; existence unconfirmed)
  • Wander Over Yonder (unaired pilot and lost high-quality 2012 SDCC teaser footage)
  • The Wuzzles (cancelled season 2; 1985)
  • Ultimate TMNT (cancelled TMNT reboot; 2008)Evidence?
  • Waynehead (partially found animated series; 1996-1997)
  • Welcome to the Wayne (lost online shorts/miniseries; 2014)
  • What a Mess (lost US/Canada animated series)
  • VeggieTales (cancelled episodes)
  • Very Important House (partially found Disney pilot)
  • Zero-sen Hayato (lost anime series; 1964)

Live Action

  • 19 Kids and Counting (partially lost: remaining season 10 episodes)
  • Aliens in the Family (partially found TGIF sitcom; 1996) Episodes 1 and 2 are online along with some clips/promo material. Also, there's one seller who claims it has all 8 episodes on a disc, but I don't know how legit it is or if they're in stock.-LaF
  • All That Glitters (partially found sitcom TV series; 1977)
  • The Andros Targets (partially found drama TV series; 1978)
  • Apple Pie (lost sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • Baseball game at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn Dodgers vs. Philadelphia
  • The Big Bang Theory (unaired pilots) There are two unaired pilots actually. One is dramatically different, one just has an alternate opening scene
  • Big Brother live feed footage (lost reality show, 2000-present)
  • Big Hawaii (partially found drama TV series; 1977)
  • Billion Dollar Freshmen (unaired Lab Rats pilot; early 2010s) On the old Wikia (please don't just copy-paste everything on the page by the way)
  • Boone (partially found drama TV series; 1983)
  • Busting Loose (partially found sitcom TV series; 1977)
  • Cain's Hundred "Blues for a Junkman" (lost episode of crime drama TV series; 1961-1962)
  • Calucci's Department (partially found sitcom TV series; 1973)
  • Cavemen (lost pilot; 2007)
  • The Complete and Utter History of Britain (partially found comedy series; 1969)
  • The Cop and the Kid (lost sitcom TV series; 1975-1976)
  • The Corner Bar (lost sitcom TV series; 1972-1973)
  • The Daily Show With John Stewart (lost banned "Leisure World, California" segment)
  • Doomwatch (partially lost BBC sci-fi series; 1970-72)
  • Dream House (partially found game show; 1983-1984)
  • Easy Street (partially found sitcom TV series; 1986–1987)
  • Executive Suite (partially found soap opera TV series; 1976-1977)
  • La Famille Ramdam (lost French TV series; 1990)
  • The Famous Teddy Z (partially found TV series; 1989) Snagged a lot of these from TVV a while back, I have eps. 1-4,6-11,13-18,20 and can upload them to YT or MEGA if needed, not sure if TVV had/has more
  • Fifteen to One (unaired episode and segments of Channel 4 game show, 2000) (A “mystery contestant” was edited out of the series 29 Grand Final for legal reasons, the episode that he/she won also never aired)
  • Four Kings (NBC lost episodes of NBC series; 2006)
  • FTV (lost music show; 1980s) page exists in the old Lost Media Wiki, but is not enough effort on it.
  • G4TV's shows (X-play, Attack of the Show, Arena, Cheat, Filter, Portal, Cinematech, and more)
  • Gaskin (lost TV movie; 1983)
  • Geographically Speaking (lost travel TV series, 1946-1947)
  • The Genius - original edit of "Monopoly Game" (lost episode of Korean TV series; 2013)
  • The Good Guys (lost episodes of TV series; 1968)
  • Grandma, Look What I Found (Partially found Canadian Children's series, 2003)[47]
  • Grandpa Goes to Washington (lost drama TV series; 1978)
  • The Hal Linden Special (lost TV special; 1979)
  • Hotel Trubble (lost CBBC show 2008-2011)
  • Husbands, Wives & Lovers (partially found sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • I Had Three Wives (partially found drama TV series; 1985)
  • I Love Money (lost season 3 of TV series)
  • InfoMania/The Rotten Tomatoes Show (partially found satire/variety shows; late 2000s-early 2010s)
  • The Jack And Triumph Show (lost episodes 8-30 and cancelled second season)
  • Joe's World (partially found sitcom TV series; 1979)
  • The Journey of Allan Strange (partially found Nickelodeon TV show; 1997-2000)
  • King of the Mountain (unaired second episode of Takeshi's Castle adaptation series; 1988)
  • Late Night Horror (partially found BBC TV series; 1968)
  • Law & Order: SVU (unaired Trump-inspired "Unstoppable" episode) [48]
  • La Rosa De Guadalupe "Adios Inocencia" (Partially Found Episode of Mexican TV Soap Opera; 2012)

This page it's on the other Wikia but needs more information

  • Lifeline (lost documentary TV series; 1978-1979)
  • Living Dolls (lost TV series; 1989)
  • Lucas Oil NHRA SuperNationals (2008 NHRA event, broadcast was replaced by coverage of Kalitta's death)
  • Making the Grade (lost sitcom TV series; 1982)
  • Mike's Super Short Show (partially found interstitial series; 2002-2008)
  • Mindreaders (partially found game show; 1979-1980)
  • Mister Rogers/Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (lost prototypes of children's TV series; 1963-1967)
  • Mõmmi Ja Aabits (partially found Estonian TV series; 1972-1979) Will work on article as soon as I figure out how many episodes were made- Terry
  • The Montefuscos (lost sitcom TV series; 1975)
  • Mr. Dugan (unaired sitcom show; 1979)
  • Mr. Smith (lost sitcom TV series; 1983)
  • Mr. T and Tina (partially found sitcom TV series; 1976)
  • A New Kind of Family (partially found sitcom TV series; 1979-1980)
  • Noah Knows best (lost Nickelodeon TV show; 2000-2001)
  • Palmerstown, U.S.A. (partially found drama TV series; 1980-1981)
  • Park Place (partially found sitcom TV series; 1981)
  • The Pet Set (partially found syndicated TV series; 1971)
  • Phillip's Wish (lost BBC children's program; 1990s)
  • Phyl and Mikhy (partially found sitcom TV series; 1980)
  • The Rock n' Roll Evening News (partially found syndicated news magazine series; 1986)
  • The Roller Girls (lost sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • Saturday Playhouse (lost BBC anthology series; 1958-1961) (Brian Blessed's TV debut! (according to IMDB))
  • Sirota's Court (partially found sitcom TV series; 1976-1977)
  • The Star of Christmas (partially found PBS broadcast; 2002)
  • Star Trek: Phase II (unproduced TV series; 1978) Honestly, I don't think any episodes were produced. We can confirm that there were plenty of production materials, though, some of which were recycled into the first movie.- Terry
  • Struck by Lightning (partially found sitcom TV series; 1979)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (partially lost TV series; 1992) (Missing episodes and all Live-action stunt segments)
  • Survivor (unaired reward challenge in Borneo, rumored original fire making contest in Palau, rumored racist remarks by Brian in Thailand)
  • Teech (lost TV series; 1991)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (cancelled Hallmark mini-series; 2003)Difference from the actual 2003 series?
  • The Adventures Of Pete And Pete (unedited pilot season with original soundtrack and opening titles/credits, 1991-92)
  • The Three Stooges Scrapbook (unaired TV version) (it ended up getting split into two shorts)
  • Thomas And Friends "Molly's Special Special" (lost original version of TV episode; existence unconfirmed; 2005)
  • Tiswas (partially found ITV children's show; 1974-1982) According to Wikipedia, only 22 out of 302 episodes survive in their entirety
  • Totsugeki! Human (lost Tokusatsu show; 1970s)
  • La Vie Chez Les Botes (partially lost French kid show block)
  • Watch Your Mouth! (lost sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • We Are Men (unaired episodes of CBS TV series; 2013)
  • Who's Watching the Kids? (partially found sitcom TV series; 1978)
  • WCW All Nighter this clip is all i can find but there were three
  • WCW Classics (lost match footage; 2000-2001)
  • WCW Collision in Korea (lost wrestling pay-per-view; 1995) can be viewed here
  • WCW Disney Tapings Matches
  • A Year at the Top (partially found sitcom TV series; 1977)
  • You Can't-Do That on Television (partially lost Canadian TV series; 1979-1990)

Stop Motion/Puppetry

  • Aasi, Morso ja Mouru (partially found Finnish children's TV series; 1999-2001)
  • Between The Lions (partially found puppet TV series; 2000-2010)
  • The Cheapest Muppet Movie Ever Made (unproduced film)
  • Curiosity Shop (partially found puppet show; 1971-1973)
  • Doodle Do (partially found British preschool program; 2006-2010) [49]
  • The Further Adventures of Noddy (partially found puppet TV series; 1964-1968)
  • Gerbert (partially found Christian TV series; 1989-1991)
  • Get Up and Go!/Mooncat and Co (partially found puppet show; 1981-1985)
  • Hello Mrs. Cherrywinkle (partially found puppet TV series)
  • Hige yo Saraba (lost Japanese puppet show; 1984-1985)
  • Hyokkori Hyōtanjima (partially found puppet show; 1964-1969) This puppet series is very obscure as it never come out outside of Japan and only a few clips of original series exists despite its popularity.
  • Iftah Ya Simsim (Kuwaiti Sesame Street co-production)
  • Kidstime (rare puppet show; 1983-1992)
  • Les Arènes de l'Info (Guignols de l'Info predecessor - miscellaneous unresurfaced episodes)
  • Les Guignols de l'Info (miscellaneous unresurfaced segments/episodes)
  • Little Star (partially found puppet show; 1995-2004)
  • Mr. Conductor's Thomas Tales (partially lost spin-off series; 1996) (We're only missing three complete episodes; those being "Missing Whistle" and "Wish You Were Here", and "Wildlife")
  • Nanalan' (partially found Canadian children's TV series; 1999-2006) [50] Working on it- Terry
  • The New Adventures of Pinocchio (rare puppet TV series; 1960-1961)
  • Professor Iris (partially found puppet show TV series; late 1990s)
  • The Reppies (lost PBS Kids broadcast airing; 1996)
  • Sesame Street - international adaptations (partially found early episodes of various co-productions of children's TV series: 1970s-1980s) [51]
  • Shisukon Ouji (lost puppet TV series; 1963-1964)

Video Games

  • 100 Bullets (lost Acclaim/D3 games; 2004-2007)
  • 64DD games (miscellaneous)
  • 64DD Majora's Mask (7-day real-time with no looping) I tried to do an article on this but there ain't much on the 64DD variant of the game...LS'
  • A Gaspocket Adventure: Aliens Ate My Cookies (cancelled Humongous Entertainment game; 2001) [52]
  • A number of BS-X and Sega Channel games
  • Aeon of Strife (lost original Starcraft custom map; 1998) [53]
  • Aladdin: The Fate of Agrabah (cancelled Disney Interactive PC game; 1998) [54]
  • Aliens: Colonial Marines (cancelled PlayStation 2 version of first-person shooter game; 2002) [55]
  • Aliens Crucible (cancelled RPG game; 2006-2009)
  • Aquario of the Clockwork (cancelled arcade game; 1992-1994)
  • Banjo-Kazoomie/Banjo-Karting (scrapped prototypes of Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts; 2006/2008) [56]
  • Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Curse (cancelled GBC game) [57]
  • Banjo-Threeie (cancelled Nintendo GameCube game; 2002)
  • BeatStream (lost BEMANI Arcade Game; 2014-2017)
  • Bible 1999 (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1987) Not a lot of info on this one, awaiting a translation of a magazine scan for more info-Joeyhorrorfan
  • Brother in Arms: Furious 4 (cancelled "Brother in Arms" game; 2011-2015)
  • Bubble Tape - Carnival Toss (lost flash game; early 2000s)
  • Capcom Fighting All-Stars (cancelled PS2/Arcade game; 2004)
  • Captain America and the Avengers (cancelled Japanese translation of NES game; 1991) [58]
  • Carbondale (unreleased SEGA project; 2004)
  • Cardfight!! Online (cancelled PC game based on the TCG series Cardfight!! Vanguard; 2016)
  • Cartoon Network Powerplay Games (lost downloadable games; early-mid 2000s)
  • Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall (offline MMO; 2009-2013)
  • Castlevania Resurrection
  • Chachamaru Bōkenki 2 (lost Famicom game; 1991)
  • Chuck Jones' Peter and the Wolf (cancelled interactive PC game; 1995) promotional material
  • Clay Fighter: Call of Putty (cancelled WiiWare and DSiWare game; 2012) [59]
  • Colors (cancelled Gizmondo game)
  • Come Midnight (cancelled PS3/Xbox 360 adventure/survival horror game; date unknown) [60]
  • Crash Bandicoot Evolution
  • Cortex Chaos / The All-New Cortex Show
  • Craftworld (PlayStation 3 precursor to "LittleBigPlanet"; 2006) [61]
  • Crank the Weasel (cancelled XBOX/PS2 platformer game; 2002-2003)
  • Crash 'n the Boys: Ice Challenge (planned USA release of Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey-bu: Subette Koronde Dairantou)
  • Creation (cancelled PC/PlayStation simulation game; 1992-1997)
  • Crystania (cancelled Super Famicom port of computer game; 1995) [62]
  • Daimaō Zark Densetsu (cancelled Famicom game; 1990) [63]
  • Dando (cancelled Sega Genesis game; 1990)
  • Dead Island/Island of Living Dead (original version of survival horror game; 2005-2008) [64]
  • Dead Space (lost original XBOX version)
  • Dead Space Mobile (delisted mobile game; 2011)
  • Destruction Derby 3 (cancelled PS1 game)
  • Dexter's Laboratory Robot Rumble (cancelled brawl fighting game; date unknown)
  • Dino Crisis (cancelled Game Boy Color port; 2000) [65]
  • Disney Infinity 4.0 (cancelled sequel to action-adventure sandbox game series; 2017) [66]
  • DJ Hero 3D (cancelled Nintendo 3DS game) [67]
  • Doom 4 (cancelled sequel based on "Doom" series; 2007-2015)
  • Doraemon 2 (cancelled sequel to Hudson's 1986 game Doraemon; 1987) known to only confirmed at the end of the movie theater version of Doraemon: Nobita and the Knights on Dinosaurs and written cart of the back of the Famicom version of Adventure Island [68]
  • Driver 2 BETA CD's
  • Dr. Mario (lost early NES prototypes; 1989/1990) [69]
  • Dust: An Elysian Tail (scrapped final episode)
  • Eiken for PC -Mekurumeku Densanshitsu Eikenshitate (rare PC game; 2003)
  • Eight Days (cancelled PlayStation 3 action video game) [70]
  • Emoyan no 20-bai Pro Yakyuu (cancelled Game Boy game; 1990) [71]
  • Epic Mickey 3 (cancelled sequel to platformer game series) [72]
  • Felicia (cancelled Super Famicom RPG game; 1995)
  • Final Fantasy Fortress (cancelled Final Fantasy series game)
  • Fireman Sam (lost PC game)
  • The Forgotten 2 (lost sequel to The Forgotten: It Begins)
  • Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends: Big Fat Awesome House Party (discontinued Cartoon Network MMO game; 2006-2009) [73]
  • Freedom Planet original versions (fangame and pre-Kickstarter)
  • Full Throttle 2: Payback (lost work on cancelled adventure game; 2000)
  • Genjū Sōseiki (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1990) Gameplay footage exists. Japanese Twitter post.
  • The Getaway 3 (cancelled open world action-adventure game sequel) [74]
  • Girl With A Stick
  • GoldenEye 007 (cancelled Xbox 360 game)
  • Google Lively (discontinued online virtual environment game; 2008) [75]
  • Goomba Simulator 2015 (lost HTML5 game; 2015) You can find plenty of videos of it online, but the game itself is lost, as the original link to the game is broken and there are no existing mirrors.
  • Gorkamorka (cancelled Dreamcast/PC racing game based off of tabletop game; late 1990s-early 2000s)
  • Grand Theft Auto III (cut Darkel content) [76]
  • Gremlins (cancelled PS2/GameCube game; 2002)
  • Halo MMO (cancelled PC game; 2004-2007)
  • Heavy Rain (lost DLC "Heavy Rain Chronicles"; 2010)
  • Hell Tycoon (cancelled PC game; 2006)
  • Hi-Ten Bomberman
  • Hollywood Monsters (rare English dub version; 1997)
  • Hyōryū Shōnen Keith (lost Game Boy game; 1990) [77][78][79]
  • IBM PC games/ports (There are tons of them, here some lists: Most Wanted Games DOS. Old-Games ru (Russian). About 25-33% of these games have already been added to LMW. Further help on adding these games to LMW will be greatly appreciated.)
  • HyperScan (unreleased games) [80]
  • Inazuma Eleven Future (cancelled mobile phone game)
  • Inazuma Eleven Online (discontinued free-to-play PC game)
  • The Incredibles: Escape from Nomanisan Island (lost PC game; 2004)
  • The iQue Player (14 Nintendo 64 games translated in Chinese and released in China in a encrypted Plug & Play format. Online service shut down as of December 29, 2016)
  • Jelly Boy 2 (cancelled SNES game; 1994)
  • Kid Icarus (Wii title)
  • Kirby's Tilt n Tumble 2/Roll-o-Rama (cancelled GameCube game)
  • Knights (cancelled Game Boy Color game) Originally made by Guerrilla Games who later went on to create the Killzone series, after being acquired by Sony. [81]
  • L.A. Noire (prototypes 2005-2011; lost DLC expansions; existence unconfirmed.)
  • Last Action Hero (cancelled Sega CD movie tie-in video game; 1993) different game than NES, Super NES, Mega Drive/Genesis, Game Boy and Sega Game Gear versions.
  • Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun (cancelled Legacy of Kain series video game; ????-2012)
  • The Legend of Robin Hood (NES game, 2nd more complete prototype; 1990)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (lost beta build of GameCube game) [82]
  • The Legend of Zelda: Mystical Seed of Courage (cancelled third game in the Oracle series)
  • Leisure Suit Larry 8: Lust In Space (cancelled adventure game sequel; 1998-1999)
  • Lil' Pirates (lost iOS Capcom game; 2010)
  • LMNO (2004 version)
  • Lord of the Rings: The White Council (unreleased role-playing game; 2007) [83]
  • Magic Eclipse (lost Game Boy RPG game; 1990) [84]
  • Major Damage (cancelled SEGA Saturn/PlayStation game; 1997)
  • Marble Blast Ultra (delisted Xbox live arcade game; 2006) [85]
  • Mario's Castle (unreleased Mario game on GameBoy Atlantis prototype; existence unconfirmed) [86]
  • Married... With Children (unreleased NES game; 1990) may have never even had work done on it in other words not even a prototype has been proven to exist
  • The Mask (SNES beta and cancelled Sega Genesis/Game Gear game; 1995)
  • Maverick Hunter (original FPS Mega Man X game)
  • Meantime (cancelled Wasteland sequel; 1989-1992)
  • Mega Man Legends 4
  • Meiro Daikatsugeki Patapata Panikku (cancelled Famicom game; 1990) [87]
  • Metal Arms 2 (cancelled Xbox, PS2, GameCube game) [88]
  • Metal Crusher Ardeth (cancelled Famicom game; 1989) [89]
  • Metamor Kid Goomin (cancelled Super Famicom game; 1994) screenshots and advertisement exists.
  • Missing Wonka Games (the ones that are very hard to find, even on sites that have the other games)
  • Mission in Snowdriftland (discontinued Nintendo published flash game; 2006) [90]
  • Momma Can I Mow The Lawn? (cancelled Gizmondo game) [91]
  • Monster Knight
  • Moon Dancer: Youseiou no Kikan (cancelled Mega Drive RPG game; 1990)
  • Mortal Kombat: Fire & Ice (cancelled sequel to Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks)
  • Mouko Densetsu '95 Hanshin Tigers (cancelled Super Famicom baseball game; 1995) only advertisement for the game exists.
  • Makai Gakuen Disgaea (lost cellphone game, 2008)
  • Mugen Keitai Disgaea (lost i-Mode cellphone game, 2004)
  • MySims Social (discontinued Facebook game; 2011)
  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted (lost alpha version of a racing video game; 2003-2004)
  • New Kids on the Block (cancelled NES game; 1991)
  • Nick Games, The Club, etc. (partially lost original content [including subsidiaries], 2001-201?)
  • Ninjakiwi Games Level Editors (Bloons, Meeblings, and Boombot)
  • Ninku (cancelled Super Famicom game; 1996) - The unreleased SFC game based on the popular manga/anime series that was planned by Namco (now Bandai Namco). I could only find information from the Japanese Wikipedia and an Japanese website called NHT. [92] [93]
  • Nintendo games's first-party prototypes (miscellaneous)
  • Ochanoma Densetsu (cancelled SNES RPG game; 1993) [94]
  • Off Zarken (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1991)
  • Oh My Goddess! (cancelled Super Famicom game; 1995)
  • Oriental Blue (cancelled Nintendo 64DD RPG game; late 1990s) [95]
  • Pac-Carnival (lost Japanese medal game; 1996)
  • Pac-Man (lost Nintendo Exertainment Life Cycle game; unknown date)
  • Pac-Man Adventures (cancelled precursor to Pac-Man World 3; date unknown) Don Bluth was apparently involved in making the game before it was scrapped. [96]
  • Pac-Man Carnival (cancelled Wii game) [97]
  • Pac-Man Ghost Zone (cancelled PS1 precursor to Pac-Man World; 1996) [98]
  • Persona 3 (lost prototype)
  • Pikmin 3 - Character D (unused 4th character for puzzle strategy game; 2013) [99]
  • Pokémon Dream World (discontinued browser-based online game; 2011-2014) [100]
  • Pokémon Pinball R/S (pinball machine) The only known picture of the machine.
  • Project Giant Robot (cancelled Wii U game) [101]
  • Prospero (unreleased Valve published action-adventure game) [102]
  • Railroad Tycoon (cancelled SNES port of the computer game; 1992)
  • Rail Wars! (cancelled PS Vita game; 2014) [103]
  • Ramrod (cancelled Amiga/Atari ST game; 1989)
  • Ratchet and Clank: Clone Home (unfinished mobile game)
  • Ratchet and Clank: NEXUS (unfinished PS2 game)
  • Resident Evil 5/Biohazard 5 betas
  • Return To Jurassic (rare PC adventure - edutainment game; 1995)
  • Riddle Transfer 2 (cancelled Newgrounds game; 2010s)
  • Ride to Hell: Beatdown (cancelled iOS game; 2013) All three "Ride to Hell" games can technically be put under one article as "Ride to Hell Universe," as Deep Silver, the game's publisher, refers to the games as such.
  • Ride to Hell: Retribution (lost prototypes; 2008-2013)
  • Ride to Hell: Route 666 (cancelled PS3/360/PC downloadable game, 2013?)
  • Route 66 (cancelled PC adventure game; early 1990s)
  • Rocket Knight Sparkster (cancelled DS game; existence unconfirmed) The only information I got this, comes from a Japanese fansite (recommend to translate the page:
  • Rocket Ranger (cancelled Japanese translation of NES port; 1990) [104]
  • Rune Master (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1990) [105]
  • Sakamoto Ryoma (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1988)
  • Sadness (cancelled Wii video game; 2009-2012)
  • Scalebound (cancelled Xbox One ARPG game) [106]
  • San Francisco Rush Extreme Racing (cancelled Game Boy Color port of racing game) [107]
  • Scream 4 (delisted mobile game; 2011)
  • Shadow Stalker (cancelled Super Famicom game; 1993)
  • Shīdoggu (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1991) [108]
  • Shinkai (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1989)
  • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master (unreleased original version; 1993)
  • Shounen Majutsushi Indy (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1992)
  • Sigue Sigue Sputnik (unreleased Commodore 64 game; 1986)
  • SimsVille (cancelled "SimCity" and "The Sims" crossover game; 2001) [109]
  • Six Days in Fallujah (unreleased third-person shooter game; 2009) [110]
  • Skies of Arcadia 2 (cancelled Playstation 2/GameCube game) [111]*Soldam (cancelled Famicom port of arcade game; 1993) [112]
  • Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic (undumped bootleg Game Boy Advance game; 2000s)
  • Sonic Adventure/Sonic RPG for Sega Saturn (existence unconfirmed)
  • Sonic Crackers/Sonic Stadium (never announced but a prototype is available online)
  • Sonic Extreme (cancelled Xbox skateboarding game; 2006) [113]
  • Sonic Ride (unmade arcade game; 1996)
  • Sonic Runners (inaccessible mobile game; 2015-2016) Games servers were shut down on July 27, 2016 [114]
  • untitled "Sonic the Hedgehog" game by Realtime Associates (1996)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (lost Veronica Taylor audio; 2006)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4 (shiny version; 1994-1995)???
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode III (cancelled video game episode; 2010s)Proof they planned a third episode?- Terry
  • Sonic Sports (unreleased sports title; 1995)
  • Space Junk (cancelled Jaguar/PC adventure game; 1993)
  • Spellsinger (cancelled arcade game; 1992-1996)
  • SpongeBob Gravjet Blast (cancelled Xbox Live Arcade racing game; 2009) [115]
  • Spyro's Kingdom (cancelled precursor to Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure) [116]
  • StarCraft: Ghost (unreleased title; 2006)
  • Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury (cancelled "Star Trek" PC game; 1997-1999)
  • Stickman Wars (cancelled Sega Dreamcast/PlayStation game) Source?-LaF
  • Storm Riders (cancelled Xbox action game; 2007) [117]
  • Streets of Rage 4
  • Super Mario World (lost versions of NES Hummer Team bootleg)
  • Super Monkey Ball 3: Banana Crazy (cancelled GameCube game sequel) Was reworked into Super Monkey Ball Deluxe. [118]
  • Switchblade 2 (cancelled Famicom port; 1992)
  • Sword of Legendia (cancelled Wii RPG game) [119]
  • Syvalion (cancelled North American release of SNES game; 1992/1993) [120]
  • The Terminator (beta of "Journey to Silius")
  • That's A Fact Jack (cancelled early version of "You Don't Know Jack"; 1991) [121]
  • THQ Wireless (found mobile games; 2003-2010)[122]
  • Tiberium (cancelled Command & Conquer universe Tactical FPS video game; 2008-2010)
  • TimeSplitters 4 (cancelled sequel game; 2007-2012)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: Defenders of the Universe (cancelled Playstation 2/GameCube fighting game; 2002) [123]
  • ToeJam & Earl 4 (cancelled Nintendo DS game sequel) [124]
  • Tom and Jerry 2 (cancelled/unreleased SNES game) Screenshots from the game
  • Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness (cut content from PlayStation 2 action-adventure game; 2003) [125]
  • Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft (cut content from Playstation action-adventure game; 1998) [126]
  • TrailBlazer/Death Track (cancelled GameBoy game) [127]
  • Tritorn Bloody (cancelled Famicom RPG game; 1990) port of the computer game developed by Zainsoft.
  • Trix World Rollercoaster [128]
  • Tyrannosaurus Tex (cancelled GameBoy Color game)
  • Ultima IX - Original Designs (before development was forced to be redone and rushed)
  • Ultima X: Odyssey (cancelled Ultima sequel)
  • Unisys ICON (lost games and programs; 1983-1994) [129]
  • Until Dawn (original PS3 version; 2012)
  • Vectorman (cancelled PS2 game)
  • Vertexer (rare Taito arcade game; 1993)
  • Viewpoint 2064 (cancelled N64 game; 1999)
  • Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans (cancelled PC game; 1998)
  • WCW/NWO Live May or may not just be an alternate name for WCW/NWO Revenge. May also be a cancelled PSX game renamed to WCW Nitro Live. Very confusing.-LaF
  • The Witcher (original game concept; 1997)
  • The Witcher Outcast (cancelled expansion for "The Witcher"; 2007-2008)
  • WWE SmackDown vs. Raw Online/WWE Online
  • Yoshi Touch & Go (GameCube version)
  • Yoshitsune Densetsu (cancelled Super Famicom RPG game; 1993) 3-page review.
  • Zoiks!/Pandemonium (cancelled Hanna-Barbera cartoon crossover adventure game; 1997)


  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (lost NES port) [130]
  • Batman: Arkham Origins - Mr. Freeze DLC (lost Wii U port) I wouldn't exactly call this lost, It would have just been the same DLC as the 360/PS3 versions with Wii U buttons added - PepsiWithCoke 22:06, February 11, 2014 (UTC) The Wii U has that second screen: there could have been content in the DLC for it, maybe? - XNQtionr 00:24, February 13, 2014 (UTC)
  • Batman: Dark Tomorrow (lost PS2 port) [131]
  • Battlefield 1942 (lost GameCube port)
  • Beastball (lost Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis ports of Brutal Football/Crazy Football) [132][133]
  • Cut the Rope (unreleased Plug & Play TV Games touch controller)
  • Die Hard 2 (Master System port) [134] [135]
  • Dragon’s Crown (lost Dreamcast version)
  • Dr. Franken (cancelled Sega Genesis port) [136]
  • Elite (Sega Genesis port)
  • The Flintstones Movie (SEGA Channel port) [137]
  • Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm (lost PC port; 2008)
  • Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit! (SEGA Genesis port) [138]
  • I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (PlayStation port) Only proof I can find of this is a Wikipedia source ("John Byrne (w, a). "Harlan Ellison" Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor 1: 36 (March 1, 1995), Dark Horse Comics"). - LaF
  • Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (SEGA CD port) [139]
  • Leisure Suit Larry (SEGA CD port) [140]
  • Meme Run (PC port)
  • Nickelodeon Party Blast (cancelled PlayStation 2 port of party game; 2002) [141]
  • Nicktoons Unite! (cancelled Xbox port of game; 2005) [142]
  • Q*bert 2 (cancelled Game Boy port; existence unconfirmed) [143]
  • Seaman (cancelled PC port of virtual pet game) [144]
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (SEGA CD port)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (SEGA CD port)
  • Spy vs. Spy (GameCube port) Only remote proof I could find - LaF
  • Star Fox (Virtual Boy port) There's this, but it's debatable if this qualifies as Starfox related. Unless it's not. - LaF
  • Super Star Wars (cancelled Sega Genesis/Sega CD/DOS port of game) [145]


  • Cancelled Windows Operating Systems (Odyssey, Neptune, Cairo, etc.)
  • Chuck E. Cheese's CEC TV "Where is Chuck E." Video
  • Famicom Disk Writer (lost discontinued game-writing kiosk)
  • Laffing Sam (lost audio of automated character; 1920s) I call dibs, this is too interesting to pass - Binzhou5
  • Microsoft ActiMates (largely undocumented toy and video line; 1997-2000) [146]
  • Safety 4 kids The ABCs of Safety VHS parts 1 and 2
  • Showbiz Pizza Place Yogi Bear and Boo-Boo Showtape
  • Zeuxis' paintings (lost art by Ancient Greek painter; late -400)

Deleted Articles (need re-writing)

  • A&E Biography (lost documentary series) [?]
  • ALF: The Animated Series (found animated spinoff series of "Alf"; 1987-1989) [147]
  • Angry Birds (lost online variations of mobile game; 2009-2014) An ad for Angry Birds Coca-Cola China Olympics
  • Angry Kid (lost pilot of claymation shorts; 1995)
  • Another Day (partially found CBS sitcom TV series; 1978) [148]
  • Bamzooki (found British interactive TV game show; 2004) [149]
  • Blank Banshee - Zenisis (lost music video; 2012) Link to the Song
  • "The Brady Bunch" (unreleased music video; 1984)
  • Cartoon Network "Powerhouse" (partially found animated CN channel bumpers; 1997-2004) [150]
  • Caught In The Act: Naked (lost sexploitation film; 1966) [151]
  • Conker's Other Bad Day/Gettin' Medieval (cancelled GameCube/Xbox/Xbox 360 game) [152] [153]
  • Crash Tag Team Racing (cancelled DS port of racing game; 2005) [154]
  • Crystal Castles (partially found songs of Canadian electropunk/witch house band; 2003-2007) [155]
  • Cushion Kids (partially found Australian children's TV series; 2001) [156]
  • Deadly (lost Australian animated television series; 2006) [157]
  • Doubutsu no Mori + cancelled English localization ("Animal Crossing 2") Confused for being Animal Crossing 2
  • The Fast and the Furriest (cancelled Xbox 360 party game; 2006) [158]
  • Gorillaz 'Plastic Beach' (partially found unreleased album tracks; late 2000s) [159]
  • I'm a Big Girl Now (partially found sitcom TV series; 1980-1981) [160]
  • Imagine Dragons "Dolphin" (partially found unreleased song; 2014)
  • In the Beginning (partially found CBS sitcom TV series; 1978) ‎[161]
  • It's Anybody's Guess (partially found episodes of CBS game show; 1977) [162]
  • Kameo 2 (cancelled Xbox 360 game) [163]
  • Kiss Me! Kiss Me! Kiss Me! (lost sexploitation film; 1968) [164]
  • & (partially lost web comics)
  • 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' (lost Beatles stereo mixes of songs; 1964) [165]
  • Luigi's Mansion (lost betas of GameCube game; 2000-2001) [166] Just don't plagiarize text from The Cutting Room Floor and the Mario Wiki.
  • Makin' It (partially found ABC sitcom TV series; 1979) [167]
  • Monkey See, Camping Doo (lost original pilot of Camp Lazlo!; 2004) [168]
  • Napoleon Dynamite - Sundance version (lost alternate cut of comedy film; 2004)
  • On the Rocks (partially found American remake of British sitcom series "Porridge"; 1975-1976) [169]
  • Past Life (lost Fox crime drama TV series; 2010s) [170]
  • Perform the Way (lost 2Music video; 2000s) [?]
  • Personals (lost CBS late-night game show; 1990s) [171]
  • Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation Planetarium: Tenkū Kara no Chōsen (lost anime short; 2004) [172]
  • Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Atsumare! Pokémon-boshi Matsuri (lost anime short; 2008) [173]
  • Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Atsumare! Pokémon Planet Center (lost anime short; 2006) [174]
  • ‎Purple Rain - deleted scenes (lost footage of rock n' roll drama film; 1984) [175]
  • Raid Over the River (cancelled Nintendo DS shoot 'em up game) [176]
  • Ryan's Four (partially found medical drama TV series; 1983) ‎[177]
  • Saints Row: Money Shot (cancelled PS3/Xbox 360/3DS game; 2010-2011) [178] Original article plagiarized from the Saints Row Wiki
  • School Disco (lost British animated short; 1999)
  • Shaping Up (partially found sitcom TV series; 1984) [179]
  • Simply Sisters [?]
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (unproduced second season of animated series) [180]
  • Survive This (partially found CN Real TV series; 2009) [181]
  • Sword of Justice (partially found drama TV series; 1978-1979) [182]
  • The Ted Knight Show (partially found spin-off of "Busting Loose" sitcom series; 1978) ‎[183]
  • The Terror of Tech Town (cancelled NES Power Glove game) [184]
  • Treasure Island (lost silent film; 1920) [185]
  • Il Trenino (partially found Italian children's television series; 1978-1981)
  • Velvet Dark (cancelled N64/GameCube game; 1999-2000) [186]
  • Vinesauce (partially lost internet live streams; 2010-present) [187]
  • A Walk In Your Shoes (lost Noggin/The N reality TV series; 2000s) [188]
  • The Waverly Wonders (partially found sitcom TV series; 1978) [189]
  • WWE SmackDown vs. Raw Online/WWE Online (unfinished PC game; 2009-2011) [190]




Anonymous user #1

16 months ago
Score 1

Can somebody find a lost Mike's Super Short Show episode titled "Toy Story 10th anniversary edition dvd"

It's a Disney Channel commercial series that ran in the early 2000s. Some of the episodes are still up online, but that one is not. The only source I could find of it is one google image of it.

Anonymous user #2

16 months ago
Score 0
Doraemon: Gadget Cat From the Future (Rare UK Dub, 2015) (not to be confused with the US dub of the same name that ran from 2014-2015 on Disney XD and has been found) What has been found of the UK dub are some commercials, the intro, a preview of "Very, Very Strange Umbrellas", four full episodes, and a camcorder recording of "The Switching Rope". Look at the Doraemon Wikia for more.

Anonymous user #3

16 months ago
Score 1
There's one series that I'm unsure on how would be a good way to put this? It was a cartoon series for the toyline "The Trash Pack" by Mondo TV for 2012. Apparently 26 13 minute episodes were slated, including an English dub, yet the only stuff that has been seen is the English theme song and summary, and then only seven episodes released in foreign languages, all of them in Greek, and one of those in Spanish on YouTube, with only the source for the Greek ones still up, along with some things on Vimeo for Spanish test footage.


16 months ago
Score 0
Just asked ZootyCutie on Deviantart so hopefully I'll get something.


16 months ago
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Wait...YOU are ZootyCutie! XD

Anonymous user #4

16 months ago
Score 1
I wonder if anyone can help find a couple shows I used to watch. One is "aliens in the family" it was a liveaction/puppetshow produced by the Jim Henson company it ran on tgif on abc for a short while in the 90s. I can't find no episodes except the opening and a few short clips. Also another show is "nightmare cafe" it was a fantasy show which aired on nbc in the 90s made by wes craven starring Robert englund. Also another is an anime cartoon I cant seem to find much on its called bumpity boo. I used to have all of these shows on cha but lost them all. :/

Anonymous user #6

16 months ago
Score 0
aliens in the family episodes are available on a private torrent tracker.


11 months ago
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Nightmare Cafe may have been found in its entirety at one point at least (all of the episodes are on Youtube, but are blocked on cooooooooooooopyright grounds). Even then, four of the six episodes are on other sites. I added the other two requests for now though. I doubt you'll ever see this comment, but



16 months ago
Score 0
Apparently some little-known Mixels special that aired only in India (and seemingly got a DVD release in Poland) was partially found a while ago. Here's the info on it from another wiki: http://mixel...m/wiki/Movie


16 months ago
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That's not completely "lost". The recording is just slightly cut and they never released it in that form in English. But really? We have literally all of the special's content, just not compiled that way. There's no exclusive content to the compilation.

Anonymous user #5

16 months ago
Score 1

I like to request two pages. Minimax idents 1996-2006 (Partly found).

Allô Bibizz! aka Chut! Les parents se reposent

Anonymous user #7

16 months ago
Score 1
I like to see an article on the two failed attempts to make Microsoft Train Simulator 2 seeing as the only article of it I know of is the Wikipedia article. There's quite a bit of info on the second attempt as it had a website called TSInsider that seems to have quite a bit of info, and it's archived. Plus there's at least two videos of it, one that shows the game in action, and another that's mostly showing wireframes of some of the locomotives or something along those lines. As for the first attempt its info seems to be buried by by the aforementioned second attempt, but I know there's some screenshots of it at least, and there might be a video of it in action, but I'm not 100% sure. I would appreciate it if someone bothers to write an article on it even if I'm the only one that seems to find this game interesting.

Anonymous user #7

16 months ago
Score 1
Actually speaking of Microsoft another article that I think could be interesting would be one on the canceled Windows operating systems. I know it isn't the most exciting piece of lost media, but it's just something that came to mind.

Anonymous user #7

11 months ago
Score 1
I've noticed you've added my requests to the page, but I've also noticed that the date for MSTS2 is 2007, while that's true for the more notable second attempt, the first attempt to make it was made around 2003/4 and got canned before being restarted in 2007. Just figured I'd point that out so that someone can update it to mention the first attempt, sorry if I'm annoying anyone with this, I just feel the need to make sure that the listing is accurate.


7 months ago
Score 0
Just wrote one, hope you like it! http://lostm...;redirect=no

Anonymous user #8

16 months ago
Score 1
Does Shailene Woodley scenes as MJW on the amazing spider-man 2 also count as lost deleted scenes?? i only bts pics of her as the characters


15 months ago
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I could do some of articles on Satellaview games. The 3 I could do are the 2 Zelda games and BS Bokujou Monogatari (BS Harvest Moon). I may do more satellaview games later too


15 months ago
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Found some things relating to Cyberworld 3D on page 21 of this PDF: https://www....pdf?sfvrsn=0

I took a screenshot and uploaded it here:

Anonymous user #9

15 months ago
Score 1
Hello, could you do an article about "El Alimento del miedo" ("The Food of Fear")? Is a 1994 mexican horror movie directed by Juan Lopez Moctezuma (the same director of "Alucarda"). This movie was finished just a year before of Moctezuma's death and never released until the CONACULTA Film Festival in 2006, but is still hard to find since that was the only proyection of the film.


14 months ago
Score 1
Request for Lost Animation: The Boondocks(Lost 2000 Fox Pilot)

Anonymous user #10

14 months ago
Score 0
The Arabic television network Spacetoon has a track record of airing shows that cannot be found today. One of these was the Spaghetti-O cartoon. All I remember is the theme song being rather energetic and people probably singing in both English and Italian. It was about a zany family being stuck in over-the-top situations and ending the day by going home for spaghetti (I recall them announcing this at the end of n episode when they had crashed a car). Needless to say, it may have been an endorsement series for Spaghetti-O's. There was also a show for which I cannot recall the title that told stories of adventures of children and a shape-shifting alien-like creature as they travelled around the world (one scene I recall, oddly enough, is that the cast is on an aeroplane and the flight attendant is surprised that one of the characters was not wearing his scarf anymore {this being the shape-shifting creature who was now hiding in the top compartments}). The theme song was more or less techno-pop in terms of instruments and vocals and included the cast dancing. Does anybody have footage of or remember either show? The Spaghetti-O cartoon constantly had promos from Planet Comedy and the other cartoon aired on Planet Adventure (still part of Spacetoon).

Dash Master 48

14 months ago
Score 1

If anyone remembers the online Flash Games Bloons, Meeblings and Boombot, they had two things in common. 1. They were all made by Ninja Kiwi. and 2. They each had their own little websites for people to design their own levels. I remember spending minutes upon minutes playing these levels people made. I think there may have been another website like this, but memory's rusty. However, disaster struck. The websites closed due to various reasons, I think. There are Wikia articles on the sites as far as I know, but this also means the loss of several user made levels. http://bloon...Bloons_World This article is about Bloonsworld, but with a bit of digging we should get info on the others. What say you guys?

I hope this isn't actually lost due to Wayback Machine....


10 months ago
Score 0
Are you looking for the websites in particular, or the games themselves as well?


14 months ago
Score 0
Halloween Horror Nights 2002: Maximum Carnage is that referring to the one in this video https://www....=KH7xtq7htb0


13 months ago
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Could someone make an article for the BET animated series "Hey Monie", it first aired in 2003 and it's pretty rare, i've only been able to find a few episodes on Dailymotion. It aired for three seasons, though exact airdates are tough to find.

There's also some lost episodes of live-action shows that i've had the rare privelege of seeing with my own eyes-The WB sitcom Living With Fran had six season one episodes that were never aired in the U.S.(despite the show getting a second season) but they did air in the U.K.(possibly Canada as well) the only versions you can find on Youtube are in French, I did have the English versions of those episodes in my possession years ago(I got them from someone in Canda on the website SitcomsOnline) but I gave them to someone else and I somehow lost the files on my computer.

I've also had the rare privelege of seeing the original airing of the Drew Carey Show episode "Two Drews and the Queen of Poland Walk Into a Bar", the original airing had a subplot with Mimi meeting the king of Poland(played by Dan Castellaneta), it was removed from all future airings after a group of Polish-americans complained that it was offensive(as someone whose family heritage is Polish, I personally think they were overreacting, as there really isn't anything terribly offensive in the subplot). I downloaded the original version off Rapidshare back in 2012 before it went belly-up, I may have actually had a hand in doing so, as that episode went online after I had PMed a guy on Sitcomsonline who mentioned having a VHS recording of the original airing(his post was made back in 2003, so I thought PMing him was a long shot).

Here's the thread with the users post:http://www.s....php?t=79406


13 months ago
Score 0
Do you still have the original airing of "Two Drews and the Queen of Poland Walk Into a Bar"?

Anonymous user #11

13 months ago
Score 1
sugar sugar rune (lost english dub Cartoon Network Philippines)

Anonymous user #12

13 months ago
Score 1
l have two requests for articles in lost animation. One is on a n old series by Britt Alcroft called Philip's Wish, supposed to be some kind of puppet/live-action kids show. Another is Magic School and Friends, also by Britt Alcrof. The problem though is that where I could at least find some info on Philip's Wish, I couldn't find anything on Magic School and Friends, apart from a passing mention on wikipedia.

Anonymous user #13

13 months ago
Score 0
trollz (lost latin spanish dub)

Anonymous user #4

13 months ago
Score 0
Ive got two requests one is a short lived wes craven show starring robert englund called nightmare cafe and the other is a short lived jim henson show called aliens in ghe family. I used to have both shows on vhs but have since lost them. :'(


13 months ago
Score 0

Someone correct me if it's on this site:

I don't remember what year these came out but there were game demos of Spongebob Sqaurepants: Battle For Bikini Bottom, Fairly Odd Parents: Breakin Da Rules, & Jimmy Neutron vs. Jimmy Negatron on ROM CDs that were in packages of Puff Tissues.

I did some internet snooping a few months ago but I couldn't find any info on them besides the pictures I found on google. (Which btw I had to go down into Google hell to find, it was not easy.) http://ninja...ame-demos-of (I posted on my tumblr a few months back with a few photos I was able to find.)

I cannot find ANYTHING on the internet that these were a thing. It's only through photos and some let's plays on YouTube that I actually know I didn't make it up. The official game wikis don't talk about the promotion Puff had to give out these games.

I may still have the demos somewhere in my house. I would have to look. Anyone else remember the 3-Demo promo?


13 months ago
Score 0
There should be articles about all the lost political debates, speeches and material. Ive been getting into political history recently and trying to watch old stuff to get a feel for past political figures and our government's rise and fall over the years. It's been very interesting, but the problem is a lot of older stuff cannot be found. Not on, youtube or anywhere else. Just off the top of my head, I cannot find JFK and LBJ's debate during the 1960 primary, or McCarthy and RFK's debate from 1968, or any of the debates from the 1972 primary. George McGovern's speech at the 1984 convention cannot be found in its entirety online either. Neither of the two VP nominees convention speeches of 1952 exist anywhere, while all 4 speeches from the nominees of both parties in 1948 (except Truman) exist only in short fragments. I cannot find Ted Kennedy's keynote address at the 1972 convention anywhere. While I have no interest in watching full conventions personally, it should also be noted that the full coverage of most past conventions is nowhere to be found either. And these are just a few examples off the top of my head. There are many more all through the years. You would think this stuff would be well preserved since it's our history but it isn't. Im honestly shocked to see there is not an effort on this site to raise awareness and find any of this material either. I think it is definitely worth our time and attention to create articles for missing political debates/speeches and conventions.


13 months ago
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It's available in archives, just not online.


13 months ago
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It ought to be, in any case. Makes no sense why should not have copies at the very least. Also, while some might be backed up in archives, we cannot be sure for all of the material I mentioned, plus anything I might have missed. I've seen links where one can request footage of the aforementioned 1984 DNC--but who knows if it isnt the same flawed recording hosted on, with the McGovern speech largely missing? I've seen a link with a written transcript of one McGovern/Humphrey primary debate from 1972, but what about the rest, and how do we know for sure if it's accurate? This isn't some movie or TV show with copyright restrictions to worry about, it's just speeches and debates which are public domain (at least I sure hope so--if they are not, they damn well ought to be) so why isnt this archival footage online, assuming it even exists? I think spreading the word that it cannot be viewed by the average person might be a good way to encourage those holding the footage to make it publicly available.

Anonymous user #14

13 months ago
Score 1
I can immediately think of another thing to add. Back in like 2010'ish there was an IOS game called Lil' Pirates published by Capcom. It was decently popular, and then mysteriously was pulled by Capcom from the App Store. I can't find any info on the game or why it was removed


13 months ago
Score 0
Could a mega article be accepted for video game prototypes with little informationn or barely got past develoment? Because there is alot of thouse


13 months ago
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Are there articles about the lost DuMont shows? I remember reading about that years ago when I was a kid and want to know what they were.


13 months ago
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There are a few I'm looking at over on the list of lost films as well as the incomplete ones on Wikipedia, if someone can add them onto this page that be great!

3 films from the 1960s that seem to have more footage are: It's a Mad Mad Mad World, 2001 and Good, Bad and Ugly.


13 months ago
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Okay I added some requests for films that have extended versions but are presumed lost-though the Bedknobs and Broomsticks one I'm not sure if it would fit there or under lost music.


13 months ago
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One request I put just now from list of lost films was a page that sounded interesting about a film that may or may not exist-was not sure how to word it though in the article requests.

Anonymous user #15

12 months ago
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There's another lost animation that needs to be discussed. The unaired pilot episode of Cartoon Network's Camp Lazlo!: "Monkey See, Camping Doo".

Anonymous user #16

12 months ago
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How about the Yogscast 2011 Christmas livestreams. There are a few highlights available on youtube, but I have been unable to find any complete livestreams.

Anonymous user #17

12 months ago
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Since The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville was pulled from everywhere years ago, I think it can be considered lost. Especially the less popular versions like the iOS, macOS and Linux versions.

Anonymous user #18

12 months ago
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The shows Infomania and The Rotten Tomatoes Show have almost been entirely lost after its channel Current TV was bought by Al-Jazeera. Only a few clips and segments uploaded by various people survive and I would love to know where the series is!

Toonys says stuff

12 months ago
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According a interview with one of the writters of the last episode of pokemon XYZ: he was going to made directly the kiss of ash and serena (confirmed as canon) but he can't because the show cannot allowed it, he says that the alternative kiss scene was made.


12 months ago
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That doesn't mean the scene was even made.

Anonymous user #19

12 months ago
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Has anyone else here heard of a short film called "Ivashka and the baba yaga"? Its a short film made in Russia in the year 1938


12 months ago
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I have a request for Internet Media:



11 months ago
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Forgive me. Some of the pictures would not load on the post.

Gordon Quid

12 months ago
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What about this ? https://en.w..._(TV_series) I'm currently recording the episodes, BTW (thx CBS Action UK for rerunning the show).

Gordon Quid

12 months ago
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More information here : http://www.c...p?title=Hack


12 months ago
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Could somebody create a page of WildTangent games and information with the games list, just in case if some of those WildTangent games need to search. Just giving it a suggestion.

Anonymous user #20

12 months ago
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I have to say this list is pretty spot-on, but I have one minor complaint in the video games section; In Unseen 64's video for Daredevil: The Man Without Fear there was no Game Boy Advance version of the game as only the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions were confirmed to be in development.


12 months ago
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Why you deleting articles that are lost before?

Vincent Van Goat

12 months ago
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Request for lost internet media: RNL Media's videos. RNL Media was a YouTube channel with the YouTuber 'I Hate Everything' and his friends on the soon-to-be JAR Media channel. Since 2014 all of the videos on the channel are private. The channel had a Twitter (which is still up) called RNLGames. On I Hate Everything's "The Origin of IHE" video, he talk about how he used to have a YouTube channel before I Hate Everything where he'd used to do skits and stuff with his friends. The channel had also been mentioned a couple of times on the JAR Media channel.

The link to the channel: https://www....ser/RNLGames

Anonymous user #21

12 months ago
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Underdogs American dub


12 months ago
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The foosball movie? It's easily available on DVD and Netflix!

Anonymous user #21

12 months ago
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Also Psalty the song book missing number 9 video

Anonymous user #22

12 months ago
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Also, all of the videos on RNL Media have been privated.

Anonymous user #23

11 months ago
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I request some lost promos from a Simpsons episode called Large Marge, here is more info about them:

Some scenes involving Marge's enhanced breasts were shown in FOX promos/commercials, but not in the episode:

Marge hides her breasts in the sink. Marge uses pans to cover up her breasts when Bart comes into the kitchen. Marge tries to cover her breasts with tennis rackets.

Bart and Lisa run into Homer's and Marge's bedroom at night. Marge is in her robe and Bart stares at her cleavage. Marge frantically points to her face and tells Bart to "Just focus on Mommy's face", to which Bart replies, "I'm trying, Mom."

Anonymous user #50

7 months ago
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One of those scenes is on YouTube


11 months ago
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I found some 3 lost episodes of Crime Time https://m.yo...=UgbFuQ8Jerw https://m.yo...=Fm8Q4l1Qdn8 https://m.yo...=s3qlwps_aHA I notice on Wikipedia of The Crime Time cartoon has 120 episodes But on Future Thought's YouTube channel of The Crime Time cartoon, there are 89 episodes https://m.yo...932717BF3C70

Does Crime Time need to have a page on this wiki? Because I found 3 lost episodes

Joe Opino

11 months ago
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I think this site needs an article for the anime " MAZE: Bakunetsu Jikū" the whole original uncensored series was lost in Japan until someone found the original laserdiscs and upload it to the internet years ago, But the "Maze Bakunetsu Jikuu: Tenpen Kyoui no Giant" Movie is completely lost it was only shown in some Japanese cinemas in April 25 1998 You can even find a very short promo of the movie that was recorded in VHS on the internet, But since it was never released on home video the only thig that's left of the movie is a magazine article and the soundtrack https://www....=04yEfrOyx9c http://chiku...874ffd0.jpeg http://chiku...86400a3.jpeg

A shame because the whole series and the Ovas got a release on DVD and Blu-Ray in japan a couple of years ago But it was the censored version (Also the episode 26 wasn't on it since that episode was a laserdisc exclusive), What happened to this anime is very,very strange that at times I even believe this was done in purpose, But the fact the movie isn't even on the lastest rleases of the anime in Japan makes me think that maybe it was destroyed like the original Doraemon anime series.

Anonymous user #24

11 months ago
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In the GG episode Kirbys Return to Dream Land part 6, Jon says Jauqe was originally going to be a "Jive black man". He then went on to confirm that there's audio existing, although it may have been deleted, and Jon made it clear that he didn't want to show it.


11 months ago
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Could someone make an article about the lost eps of That Opera Chick? She' not that well known, but had a channel and in one (or two) video was Oancitizen as a guest.


11 months ago
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According to a trusted source through GameTrailers, Michael Jackson made a 16-bit version of his song "Black Or White" to be used in Sonic 3. It went unused but should still be in SEGA's archives. https://www....=EFgnUa1v8uA (13:34-13:50)

Anonymous user #25

11 months ago
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There is this rare game called rebel moon and the source of it's existence is on Wikipedia article on it's sequel Rebel moon Rising


11 months ago
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You know something weird, I was actually *just* looking up that game because I happened to have the disc it was on.

Either way, it appears to be on places such as My Abandonware, so it's not lost.


11 months ago
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I've heard in a forums, there was this Japanese fansite saying about a Rocket Knight DS game titled: Rocket Knight Sparkster: http://music...kster.html#4 But Konami cancelled the game.

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