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(I think the segment that turned up today is actually from the 1996 27th Annual. The other segment that's not online is probably in the 1997 28th Annual.)
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The Dove Awards are awards given to achievements in the Christian music industry, similar to the Grammys. During the 28th Annual Dove Awards, Big Idea Entertainment, creator of the hit children's series '''VeggieTales''', was given the Dove Award for Children's Music Album of the Year for their album, "A Very Veggie Christmas".<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20070928042157/http://www.doveawards.com/history/browse.cfm?year=1997 Official listing of the awards given out.] Retrieved 04 Jul '18</ref> Both Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber made appearances at the show to accept the awards in two segments: one with them accepting the award, and one with Bob thanking everybody for the award.
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The Dove Awards are awards given to achievements in the Christian music industry, similar to the Grammys. During the 27th and 28th Annual Dove Awards, Big Idea Entertainment, creator of the hit children's series '''VeggieTales''', was given the Dove Award for Children's Music Album of the Year, one in 1996 or 1997 for their album, "A Very Veggie Christmas".<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20070928042157/http://www.doveawards.com/history/browse.cfm?year=1997 Official listing of the awards given out.] Retrieved 04 Jul '18</ref> Both Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber made appearances (in CGI form) at the show to accept the awards in 1996 and 1997.
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==
The only footage currently available of the two segments is in audio form from an older version of ultimateveggie.com, a VeggieTales fansite.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20001204154300/http://www.ultimateveggie.com:80/sounds/index.html Site listing the audio for the event.] Retrieved 23 Jun '18</ref> A list of Dove Awards DVDs suggest that video footage most likely exists on the 1997 DVD.<ref>[http://www.rockandrollondvd.com/rich_text_67.html Listing of the 1997 Dove Awards DVD.] Retrieved 23 Jun '18</ref>
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The two segments from the show were previously only available in audio form from an older version of ultimateveggie.com, a VeggieTales fansite.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20001204154300/http://www.ultimateveggie.com:80/sounds/index.html Site listing the audio for the event.] Retrieved 23 Jun '18</ref> A list of Dove Awards DVDs suggest that video footage exists on the 1996 and 1997 DVDs.<ref>[http://www.rockandrollondvd.com/rich_text_67.html Listing of the 1997 Dove Awards DVD.] Retrieved 23 Jun '18</ref>
  
On 29 Oct 2020, Racelympics has bought the aforementioned DVD containing the actual footage for the first segment of Bob & Larry's Dove Awards appearance, and Mr. Lunch has uploaded it to YouTube. Now only the rest of the show's visual footage remains.
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On 29 Oct 2020, Racelympics has bought the 1996 27th Annual Awards DVD containing the actual footage for Bob & Larry's first Dove Awards appearance, and Mr. Lunch has uploaded it to YouTube. Now only the other segment (likely the 1997 28th Dove Awards show with appearances by Gary Chapman, Andrew Thompson & Bob & Larry) remains.
  
 
==Videos==
 
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Revision as of 00:03, 30 October 2020

1997 Dove Awards logo.jpg

Logo for the 1997 Dove Awards.

Status: Partially Found

Date found: 29 Oct 2020 (1996 show)

Found by: Racelympics (1996 show)

The Dove Awards are awards given to achievements in the Christian music industry, similar to the Grammys. During the 27th and 28th Annual Dove Awards, Big Idea Entertainment, creator of the hit children's series VeggieTales, was given the Dove Award for Children's Music Album of the Year, one in 1996 or 1997 for their album, "A Very Veggie Christmas".[1] Both Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber made appearances (in CGI form) at the show to accept the awards in 1996 and 1997.

Availability

The two segments from the show were previously only available in audio form from an older version of ultimateveggie.com, a VeggieTales fansite.[2] A list of Dove Awards DVDs suggest that video footage exists on the 1996 and 1997 DVDs.[3]

On 29 Oct 2020, Racelympics has bought the 1996 27th Annual Awards DVD containing the actual footage for Bob & Larry's first Dove Awards appearance, and Mr. Lunch has uploaded it to YouTube. Now only the other segment (likely the 1997 28th Dove Awards show with appearances by Gary Chapman, Andrew Thompson & Bob & Larry) remains.

Videos

Found footage of the 1996 27th Annual award show.


Audio footage of the award show.
Recreation of what the visuals might've looked like.

References