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Revision as of 10:19, 20 November 2017

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UPDATE 2.68! (Added 20 Nov 2017)


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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