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What's up guys, dycaite here for the first time in what feels like forever - apologies for my absence of late. In any case, here I am with another big lot of updates for you all to dig into!
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Hey guys, it's me, dycaite, back with another notice board post for you to all sink your teeth into; let's see what's been happening lately!
 
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* Firstly, let's catch up with The Shoegazer! Hitting it's 50th episode milestone, the Lost Media Chronicles is back to cover one of the most heavily requested subjects yet - the infamous [[Doctor Who (partially lost episodes of British science-fiction TV series; 1963-1974)|lost ''Doctor Who'' episodes]]! Additionally, Randy has released a 2 part retrospective special on the series where he goes back over the past 50 episodes addressing any updates and corrections. All 3 videos can be seen above; thanks for the continued great work Randy!
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* Remember that one of a kind [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Once_Upon_a_Time_in_Shaolin Wu-Tang Clan album ''Once Upon a Time in Shoalin''] that the poster child of douchebaggery and egomaniacal tendencies Martin Shkreli shelled out 2 million bucks for? Well, [http://www.ebay.com/itm/132319745117 he decided to sell it on eBay], where it ended with a highest bid of just over 1 million dollars; however, as Shrkeli [http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-14/martin-shkreli-pharma-bro-heads-to-jail-over-clinton-post/8944128 was sent to prison days before the auction ended], it's unknown if the deal actually went through or not. In any case, one cannot help but bask in the schadenfreude of it all; and if it wasn't enough that he was finally sent to prison AND was set to make back only half of what he paid for the record, it turns out it [http://www.vulture.com/2017/09/martin-shkreli-wu-tang-album-may-be-fake.html may not necessarily even be an official Wu-Tang Clan release after all]... But that's a discussion for another time. Peace out Shkreli, you deserve everything that has come to you and that will continue coming to you :)
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* The complete test footage for [[The Duck (found production material for animated film; late 1990s)|Uli Meyer's ''The Duck'']] has been found! Uploaded to Vimeo by Meyer himself about a week ago, the 9 minutes of footage finally reveals the extent of the project, and in excellent quality no less! Huge thanks to Uli for sharing this with the world; the complete test footage from ''The Duck'' can be seen above!
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* A very generous anonymous user recently provided us with a copy of the original [[Aladdin (found Howard Ashman's original treatment of Disney animated film; 1988)|Howard Ashman treatment of ''Aladdin'']]! The [https://mega.nz/#!3dhQ3KZS!dU-aJAHnYiy8x4eMYBSq_jWrR2ilm7kETN_H-R2nIYk 31 page document can be downloaded here]; big thanks to the generous anonymous contributor for acquiring this and sharing it with us, your efforts are much appreciated!
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* This next case concerns the generosity of a certain LMW contributor who absolutely deserves recognition and thanks for his efforts. Discord regular SOOPER NINTENDO selflessly spent $300 of his birthday money on three [[Doraemon '73 (partially found first-adaptation anime series; 1973)|''Doraemon ’73'']] scripts from Japan (that is, the scripts for the episodes "Cursing Camera", "Duel! Nobita And Gian" and "Who Am I"), before scanning them and sharing them with the community! The "Cursing Camera" script scans [https://mega.nz/#F!GZJ1RLiI!VTsyfmvEN4GyYjg-021xmA can be found here in their entirety], while the majority of the pages from the "Duel! Nobita And Gian" script [https://mega.nz/#F!uIJ2TLBT!RwzHWrnG8miu8yWuLfuU4Q can be found here], with the remaining pages to follow in due time, along with the script for "Who Am I"; big, big thanks to SOOPER for going to such efforts to secure and make available these pieces of animation history, max kudos to you!
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* [https://www.discogs.com/On-A-Friday-On-A-Friday/release/5752305 Radiohead's "On A Friday" demo tape] (On A Friday being the then-name of the band), oft-cited as the holy grail of Radiohead rarities, has been found in its entirety! In early August, the entire demo tape was uploaded by YouTuber [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNEnDz0-TP4bDd4KjY1oUvQ Andrew Peterson], who had in turn sourced the tracks from fellow YouTuber [https://www.youtube.com/user/klootme/videos klootme]; thanks guys, this is certainly an interesting look at the early days of this groundbreaking group! You can listen to the demo via the above embed, or [http://www.mediafire.com/file/5i05yxhqhhsr47u/On+A+Friday+-+Abington+School+Demo+%281986%29.rar download it directly here]!
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* For the longest time, there was a lost game known simply as [[Machot drives it all... AKA "The First hardcore erotic Game in the world!" (lost PC erotic game; 1994)|"The First hardcore erotic Game in the world!"]] (P.S. this page is <span style="color:hotpink">'''NSFW'''</span> but that kind of goes without saying); well, now, thanks to the uncovering of a new (or should I say old) advertisement for the game, we finally know the title, ''Machot drives it all...''! The ad in question can be seen above, [http://lostmediawiki.com/images/5/5c/Machot.jpg or at a higher resolution here]; big thanks to [http://retrocgads.tumblr.com/post/154691716423/usa-1995 retrocgads at tumblr] for the provision of the ad and to LMW contributor Sylphelle for bringing it to our attention!
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* Two notice board posts ago we reported that LMW contributor TayoEXE had managed to find a VHS recorded copy of the original English dub of [[Disney's Coyote Tales (found Disney Channel TV animated film; 1991)|''Disney's Coyote Tales'']]; we're happy to inform that the film has since been uploaded in its entirety and [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByCyRuCaeMkgR24tc01wOEFyOW8/view can be downloaded here]! Big thanks to TayoEXE for coming through for us, your efforts are to be commended!
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* First up, some pretty huge news for Stanley Kubrick fans: the [[2001: A Space Odyssey (lost deleted scenes of science fiction film; 1968)|lost 17 minutes of footage from 2001: A Space Odyssey]] have been [http://bloomsmag.com/17-minutes-of-lost-2001-a-space-odyssey-footage-found/ found by Warner Brothers]! Sadly, WB haven't given any indication about a possible release of this footage (which was found in a salt-mine vault in Kansas), but at very least, it is now accounted for; hopefully they'll soon put it out in some form for everybody to see!
  
* The remaining lost English episodes of [[Disney's Teacher's Pet (found animated series; 2000-2002)|''Disney's Teacher's Pet'']] have been found! Big thanks to Goryparodies at the [https://www.facebook.com/Disneys-Teachers-Pet-237014486449604/ Disney's Teacher's Pet Facebook group] for the provision of said episodes, [https://www.facebook.com/pg/Disneys-Teachers-Pet-237014486449604/videos/?ref=page_internal available for viewing here]!
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* Redditor Carpediemsnuts [https://www.reddit.com/r/anime/comments/7813d4/so_my_dad_once_mentioned_hed_voiced_an_anime_in/ has uncovered a VHS tape with a rare MTV UK dub of Doraemon on it]! Having inherited the tape from his late father (who voiced Doraemon in said dub), Carpediemsnuts posted a small snippet of the tape [https://twitter.com/CarpeDiemsNuts/status/922889842949787648 on Twitter] (mirrored via YouTube above). Now, before anyone gets too excited, no, this is not from the famed 1973 series, but instead the 1979 series. It's still a very interesting find; here's hoping the whole tape finds its way online soon!
  
* A hefty selection of lost episodes from the series [[Little Clowns of Happytown (partially found animated series; 1987-1988)|''Little Clowns of Happytown'']] have been found (albeit in Korean dub)! The episodes have each been uploaded to Dailymotion courtesy of LMW contributor Awful BeBad, but are set to private and require a password (the password is lostmediawiki.com). A [https://pastebin.com/2PJtGVcb list of said Dailymotion links can be found here]; thanks Awful BeBad!
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* 2 hours of fan-filmed footage from the [[WWF Xperience (found pay-per-view event footage; 1996)|1996 WWF Xperience]] has found its way to YouTube! This marks the first time these matches have been seen online in over 20 years, making it a pretty big deal for wrestling fans; big thanks to YouTuber The Wrestling Collector for the provision of this footage, which can be seen above!
  
* And finally, I'd like to leave you all with an awesome story of something that happened on Reddit recently. In a [https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/6zm3uo/with_the_adage_nothing_is_ever_deleted_from_the/?sort=top thread about things that others have seen vanish from the internet], one user recalled a track from yesteryear that they could no longer found online, the track in question being "New Noise" by This Year's Black. By sheer luck, or coincidence, or fate, or whatever you wanna call it, someone who used to be in the band unintentionally came across the post [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqm8hd2z5sU and provided the lost song]! I just think stories like this are really great and it goes to show just how small of a world it is that we live in. The take-away message here is to keep hunting - you never know when the creator of a work might be made privvy to your search efforts!
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* And last but not least, Randy has released 3 new episodes of the Lost Media Chronicles! The first of these introduces new part-time host Amanda, who, for her first and second episodes, delivers two pretty great videos; let's all show her support! And for everyone who was worried that Randy had buggered off forever, you need not, for he returns for episode 53; thanks to both Randy and Amanda for these great episodes, you can check out all 3 via the above embeds!
  
That's gunna do it for this massive post, here's hoping I can get myself back into the swing of publishing notice boards on a bi-monthly or tri-monthly basis instead of just once a month, and, again, sincere thanks for putting up with my delays and absences, I appreciate the understanding and support a whole lot. Take it easy guys!
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That's gunna do it for now, but as we edge ever closer to the LMW's 5th anniversary in ten days' time, I just wanted to take a moment to show my gratitude for each and every one of you. The site wouldn't be what it is today without the support of you guys, so thank you all very, very much; every kind word I've received about the site in its 5 years of existence means a lot to me and it helps to keep me going when things get difficult. Anyway, enough sappiness from me, I'll catch ya's all next time for anniversary celebrations; until then, take it easy!
  
 
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-[[User:Dycaite|dycaite]]

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Image from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey
Doraemon MTV UK dub clip (courtesy of Carpediemsnuts, mirror by BMasterToronto78)
WWF Experience handheld footage (courtesy of The Wrestling Collector
Lost Media Chronicles Episode 51 - "Carnival of Light" by The Beatles
Lost Media Chronicles Episode 52 - Cleopatra (1917 Theda Bara Film)
Lost Media Chronicles Episode 53 - Hey Arnold

Hey guys, it's me, dycaite, back with another notice board post for you to all sink your teeth into; let's see what's been happening lately!

  • First up, some pretty huge news for Stanley Kubrick fans: the lost 17 minutes of footage from 2001: A Space Odyssey have been found by Warner Brothers! Sadly, WB haven't given any indication about a possible release of this footage (which was found in a salt-mine vault in Kansas), but at very least, it is now accounted for; hopefully they'll soon put it out in some form for everybody to see!
  • Redditor Carpediemsnuts has uncovered a VHS tape with a rare MTV UK dub of Doraemon on it! Having inherited the tape from his late father (who voiced Doraemon in said dub), Carpediemsnuts posted a small snippet of the tape on Twitter (mirrored via YouTube above). Now, before anyone gets too excited, no, this is not from the famed 1973 series, but instead the 1979 series. It's still a very interesting find; here's hoping the whole tape finds its way online soon!
  • 2 hours of fan-filmed footage from the 1996 WWF Xperience has found its way to YouTube! This marks the first time these matches have been seen online in over 20 years, making it a pretty big deal for wrestling fans; big thanks to YouTuber The Wrestling Collector for the provision of this footage, which can be seen above!
  • And last but not least, Randy has released 3 new episodes of the Lost Media Chronicles! The first of these introduces new part-time host Amanda, who, for her first and second episodes, delivers two pretty great videos; let's all show her support! And for everyone who was worried that Randy had buggered off forever, you need not, for he returns for episode 53; thanks to both Randy and Amanda for these great episodes, you can check out all 3 via the above embeds!

That's gunna do it for now, but as we edge ever closer to the LMW's 5th anniversary in ten days' time, I just wanted to take a moment to show my gratitude for each and every one of you. The site wouldn't be what it is today without the support of you guys, so thank you all very, very much; every kind word I've received about the site in its 5 years of existence means a lot to me and it helps to keep me going when things get difficult. Anyway, enough sappiness from me, I'll catch ya's all next time for anniversary celebrations; until then, take it easy!

-dycaite


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