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''Lego Island'' is a video game created by The Lego Group and Mindscape released in 1997. Although the game is very well known amongst the Lego community, '''there was a pilot for a TV show'''.
 
''Lego Island'' is a video game created by The Lego Group and Mindscape released in 1997. Although the game is very well known amongst the Lego community, '''there was a pilot for a TV show'''.
  
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The plot is not the same as the video game; however, it may take place on the same island.
 
The plot is not the same as the video game; however, it may take place on the same island.
  
==Location of pilot==
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==Location of Pilot==
 
Wes Jenkins has stated in an email (originally posted on RockRaiderUnited.com; that page is now defunct; however, the email can be found on Imgur) that he had a DVD with some footage lying around somewhere. There is a possibility the whole pilot could be on there; however, he has not confirmed such. Sadly, Wes Jenkins passed away on 9/24/17. The location of his DVD is unknown.
 
Wes Jenkins has stated in an email (originally posted on RockRaiderUnited.com; that page is now defunct; however, the email can be found on Imgur) that he had a DVD with some footage lying around somewhere. There is a possibility the whole pilot could be on there; however, he has not confirmed such. Sadly, Wes Jenkins passed away on 9/24/17. The location of his DVD is unknown.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
* [http://imgur.com/gallery/1r6FO Imgur post with original email from RockRaidersUnited.com] Retrieved 17 Aug '17
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* [http://imgur.com/gallery/1r6FO Imgur post with the original email from RockRaidersUnited.com] Retrieved 17 Aug '17
*[http://le717.github.io/LEGO-Island-VGF/legoisland/interview.html Page containing interview with Wes Jenkins.] Retrieved 17 Aug '17
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*[http://le717.github.io/LEGO-Island-VGF/legoisland/interview.html Page containing an interview with Wes Jenkins.] Retrieved 17 Aug '17
  
 
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Revision as of 14:29, 9 March 2018

Lego Island front cover.jpg

Front cover of Lego Island, the game the show would have been based on.

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Lego Island is a video game created by The Lego Group and Mindscape released in 1997. Although the game is very well known amongst the Lego community, there was a pilot for a TV show.

Some time either before or after the release of the Lego Island game, Creative Director Wes Jenkins and studio Delaplane Creative (formerly Flying Rhino) put together an animated pilot and pitched it to Lego. Lego denied it and it somehow ended up being pitched to BBC. The project was accepted but never came through as at the time in the UK, a TV show could not be based on toys because it was considered a stealthy advertising ploy.

The pilot was first brought to light when mentioned on Wes' website. However, the mention is no longer on the site. No footage or pictures have surfaced of the pilot.

The Plot

According to an interview with Wes, "The pilot was about the pirate Captain Click who takes all of the LEGO bricks that people leave out when they go to sleep. The pirates take them to the Island, off Ogel, and build weird stuff and the battle begins…"

The plot is not the same as the video game; however, it may take place on the same island.

Location of Pilot

Wes Jenkins has stated in an email (originally posted on RockRaiderUnited.com; that page is now defunct; however, the email can be found on Imgur) that he had a DVD with some footage lying around somewhere. There is a possibility the whole pilot could be on there; however, he has not confirmed such. Sadly, Wes Jenkins passed away on 9/24/17. The location of his DVD is unknown.

References