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|title=<center>Hound Town</center>
 
|title=<center>Hound Town</center>
 
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|imagecaption=A screenshot of Hound Town
 
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|status=<span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Lost'''</span>
 
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'''''Hound Town''''' was a 1989 animated pilot created for NBC by Prudence Fraser with the intention of catering to a prime-time audience. The pilot was rejected, however.
 
'''''Hound Town''''' was a 1989 animated pilot created for NBC by Prudence Fraser with the intention of catering to a prime-time audience. The pilot was rejected, however.
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It was directed by Ralph Bakshi at his Bakshi Animation studio, where he worked with animators from ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'', such as Rich Moore, Andrew Stanton and Jeff Pidgeon. Bakshi claims this to be one of his least favourite works. It has (allegedly) only aired once.
 
It was directed by Ralph Bakshi at his Bakshi Animation studio, where he worked with animators from ''Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures'', such as Rich Moore, Andrew Stanton and Jeff Pidgeon. Bakshi claims this to be one of his least favourite works. It has (allegedly) only aired once.
  
The pilot was available on YouTube at one point, but the channel was suspended before anyone could make a backup of it. This left only a few screenshots until August 30th, 2016, when a MySpleen version surfaced. This version is in poor quality however, and the first few minutes (including the entire intro) are missing. This was then reuploaded to Youtube by Lost Media member RSTVideo This is the only copy that has surfaced of the pilot.
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The pilot was available on YouTube at one point, but the channel was suspended before anyone could make a backup of it. This left only a few screenshots until January 17th, 2010, when a [https://mega.nz/#!5wsSFAiT!cVA8hEpOsXSV5iszH7093qtb7xt0_m1inacIV0pQ_Gs copy on MySpleen] was uploaded by user "Wrath". This version is in poor quality however, and the first few minutes (including the entire intro) are missing. This copy was later uploaded to YouTube by Lost Media member RSTVideo. This is the only copy that has surfaced of the pilot.
  
MySpleen Version
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==Gallery==
[https://mega.nz/#!5wsSFAiT!cVA8hEpOsXSV5iszH7093qtb7xt0_m1inacIV0pQ_Gs MEGA].
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrM5ExmNTtI Youtube] by Lost Media Wiki contributor RSTVideo.
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrM5ExmNTtI|320x240|center|Upload of the pilot by wiki contributor RSTVideo.|frame}}</div>​
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 17:24, 10 May 2017

Hound Town Banner.jpg

A screenshot of Hound Town

Status: Partially Lost

Hound Town was a 1989 animated pilot created for NBC by Prudence Fraser with the intention of catering to a prime-time audience. The pilot was rejected, however.

Production

It was directed by Ralph Bakshi at his Bakshi Animation studio, where he worked with animators from Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures, such as Rich Moore, Andrew Stanton and Jeff Pidgeon. Bakshi claims this to be one of his least favourite works. It has (allegedly) only aired once.

The pilot was available on YouTube at one point, but the channel was suspended before anyone could make a backup of it. This left only a few screenshots until January 17th, 2010, when a copy on MySpleen was uploaded by user "Wrath". This version is in poor quality however, and the first few minutes (including the entire intro) are missing. This copy was later uploaded to YouTube by Lost Media member RSTVideo. This is the only copy that has surfaced of the pilot.

Gallery

Upload of the pilot by wiki contributor RSTVideo.

External Links