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UPDATE 2.65! (Added 02 Aug 2017)

Tottoko Hamutaro: Anime Dechu! (courtesy of Ham-Ham Paradise)
Kappy Mikey MTV pitch pilot (courtesy of Sergei Aniskov)
Rayman SNES prototype (click for link; courtesy of Omar Cornut and Michel Ancel)
The Lost Media Chronicles episode 48 - Lost Dubs
The Lost Media Chronicles episode 49 - Trigun: The Planet Gunsmoke
Cry Baby Lane W/O/C/ screenshot (click for link; courtesy of immarocker)
Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! screenshot (click for link; courtesy of unknown uploader)
Jimmy Neutron "SpongeBob puppet" clip (courtesy of Win90'sNickelodeon96)
Disney's Coyote Tales English dub opening (bootleg recording; courtesy of TayoEXE)

What's up guys, duckcaite here! Well, it's about that time again, time for a new notice board post; you all know the drill by now, so let's get straight into it (in no particular order):

  • First up, Tottoko Hamutaro: Anime Dechu! has been found! Huge thanks to the staff over at Ham-Ham Paradise for purchasing the tape in question, digitising it and making it available online, and a special shout out to Kyupimon (brother of our very own RSTVideo) for tipping us off about its unearthing! You can see Tottoko Hamutaro: Anime Dechu! via the above embed, or, alternatively, the source file can be downloaded here!
  • The Kappa Mikey MTV pitch pilot has been found! The highly sought MTV pitch pilot comes courtesy of Sergei Aniskov, who worked in the show in various capacities; big thanks to Sergei for getting this unseen animation out for all to enjoy! It can be seen on Sergei's YouTube channel, via the above embed; special shout out to Beach Bear on the LMW Discord server for bringing its discovery to our attention!
  • The Rayman SNES prototype has been dumped and made available online! Big thanks go to game developer Omar Cornut for dumping the cartridge (and to the legendary Michel Ancel, creator of Rayman, for graciously lending it to him to do so), and for making it available for all to play! The original Dropbox link to the ROM provided by Omar is currently down, though I have taken the liberty of mirroring it here, on MEGA; enjoy!
  • A recording of Cry Baby Lane from its original 2000 airing (with commercials intact!) has been uncovered! The recording comes courtesy of MySpleen user immarocker, and can be found here! For those unfamiliar with MySpleen, it is a private torrent tracker that requires an invite to join; if you are in need of an invite, kindly ask about it on the LMW Discord and I'm sure one of our dedicated users will be able to provide you with one; big thanks to immarocker for making this full viewing experience available, commercials and all!
  • A cache of old Nickelodeon games was recently found on MEGA, including a demo version of Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! Rocket Race! While it may not be the full game, the first course is at least playable, which is certainly better than nothing (please note that you will need to run the game in compatibility mode if you are using a modern OS). Big thanks to the unknown original uploader for the provision of these files, and to LMW Discord user OmniFlex for giving us a heads up! The cache of games in question can be found here, enjoy!
  • Last but not least, a VHS recording of the original English dub of Disney's Coyote Tales has been located by LMW contributor TayoEXE! While the tape has yet to be ripped and uploaded, TayoEXE has bootleg recorded a short segment from the beginning as proof of his having it, said recording available via the above embed; thanks TayoEXE! Hopefully the full thing is made available before too long!

Aaand in a little "here's some stuff we missed" amendment:

  • The remaining Smurfs National Benzole advertisements were discovered to have been uploaded to the BP Video Library some time back! The commercials in question were later compiled into a single video and then mirrored on YouTube by LMW contributor ApolloJustice, available here; thanks to everyone involved in getting these out to the public!

That's gunna do it for this entry, I hope you are all doing well and I'll see you guys around; take it easy!


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