ITT: we post either missing or hard to find (potentially lost) television shows, episodes or movies.
It has to be certifiably REAL (so none of that "squidward's suicide" creepypasta).
Pic related, it is from a television advertisement for an episode of a special kids episode of "king of the hill" where he meets the silver surfer.
Senators in Bondage
Apparently it's in the hands of private collectors. I have not been able to find a single still of it. Even just searching for information on it is difficult.
That episode of King of the Hill where Bobby is diagnosed autistic.
That episode of The Simpsons where The Simpsons all died, Moe couldn't cope with the loss of his best friend and decided to tell Lenny, Barney, and Carl stories about them for years to come.
OR how about that other episode where they go to England and got banned because Homer made a Princess Di tunnel joke.
there was an adult swim bump where these computerized voices were playing battleships and one of them kept guessing B7 and everytime it was a miss and so he would say things like 'i know it's there' 'you're hiding it'
could never find it on youtube.
That 90s or so anime that calls out the global Jewish Elite and is basically one big as fuck red pill.
It's banned everywhere. There's a Funimation copy now but it's severely cut and the subtitles are changed so there's no jew stuff.
The untainted copy is still out there somewhere, I saw a thread about it on /v/ like a year or two ago.
theres Simpsons threads on /tv/ all the time
Apparently it's due to all the rights for the shorts within KaBlam! The Viacom jews own the Action League Now segments and a few other things, but lots of other shows (Someone of them only one off things) are floating around in the hands of different owners.
Probably because it was a sketch show. Not only does that mean that it's more disjointed than a normal show, it involves the creative work of more people. So, it would be hard to format, and more people would need to be paid royalties. That combined with it being a kids show with a somewhat limited audience (most popular Nick shows haven't recieved proper releases) explains it pretty well.
>That episode of King of the Hill where Bobby is diagnosed autistic.
Funny because I'm pretty sure you're shitposting but there was an ep where Bobby gets put on ADHD meds and becomes a machine
>It was just a bumper from that one week in 1998 when Hank Hill hosted Fox Kids.
Shit. Now I wonder if I threw out those VHS tapes or not. I tossed on most of the ones I had on DVD or downloaded, but those wouldn't have bumpers like that.
> if it's not on YouTube, it doesn't exist
It's like people never shared media online before 2007 or anything!
The episode of Boston Public where the black guy gets sick with aids and has to tell everyone he has slept with.
Not kidding me familia it was fucking awful and pulled off air 10 minutes early.
> kids today think something not being on YouTube means it's "lost media"
The episode of Pokemon that gave a bunch of kids seizures. Only aired once in Japan.
How about media you had to record with a camera since you can't find it even on VHS?
Last I heard there was a contract with the Library of Congress that will release the film in 10 years
Now this piece of shit is impossible to find. I've been looking for months and everyone who's been working on it has been getting big breaks recently, but I doubt it will be leaked any time soon.
Warner brothers pulped a comic because an adult Clark Kent was sharing a beer with his father.
Well Pan Pizza on youtube apparently tried really hard to find it and also came up with nothing. Honestly at this point im not even sure its real. But every time im at a flea market or yardsale I keep my eyes peeled just in case it turns up.
No one has the full uncut extended Staypuff Marshmallow man death scene because they felt some of the stuff was too sensitive after 9-11.
The original cut of Greed was something like 10 hours and only shown once. They have restored the running time up to 4 hours (up from the theatrical release's 2.5) but it's believed the remaining footage is lost forever.
The New People (1969-1970)
Kind of like Lost, but with high-schoolers and hippies.
Same reason you'll never see Black September played on Cable TV.
Kinda miss the days of Terrorists being the bad guys in an action film.
Yeah I know him. We exchanged a few emails around the time his video came out. He put in enough effort to be a little helpful (as did the reporter from Gawker who wrote an article) but I think they were both too busy with other things to consistently follow up on it.
As much as I can confirm it being real without actually having seen it, I do. I spoke with a gentlemen with close connections to the production company and he was approached for this movie actually. Read the script and tried to put me in contact with the production company (me and many others, including lawyers and business partners have been unable to contact them for years), but they never got back to either of us.
Recently someone who works with Viacom's legal department got in touch with us. After confirming his position in the company he gave us a bunch of details about the movie. Basically it was finished, but since it used copyrighted vector images they were unable to sell it. By the time the legalities got all sorted out Reagal fell off the face of the earth (which matches up with release dates and other timelines that've been created).
tl;dr it was created, legal issues stopped it from being sold. We're really just looking for someone who's part of the company to leak it, but since nobody used their real names in the credits (which is the only part of the movie that's been seen by anyone looking for it) it's hard to track down anyone related to it.
The spider-pit sequence from the 1933 version of King Kong. The scene was filmed, shown in an early cut, then later discarded. Only a few images of it exist now.
Hey, I'm pretty sure you're that guy from /co/.
The episode of Legends of the Hidden Temple where a room collapses and crushes a kid to death.
[spolier]he was a purple parrot, legend holds that Olmec intervened as it was prophecized that no purple parrot shall ever advance to the temple round[/spoiler]
I never asked but I put some other people who were searching in touch with him. If they asked he either didn't respond or they didn't share.
However the Viacom legal guy was able to share some info. One of the copyrighted images was a background image for Jellyfish fields, and the other was an image of Squidward (there was a whole lot of sketchiness because that particular image of him was created for the show but never officially release).
>Hey, I'm pretty sure you're that guy from /co/.
Yeah, that's me.
Okay, the first one was pretty good, but the other two are just edgy for edginess sake. They don't even show the candy bar, and in the third one he runs away, making the "not going anywhere for awhile?" slogan meaningless. The audience is only laughing because LOL THEY ALMOST SAID NIGGERS ON TV!!
Mad TV had occasional diamonds in the rough, but there's a reason it's not on anymore.
A piece of media from Reagal Films that was never released and is nearly impossible to find. Nobody knows what it's about but Reagal does have a description on their website (again, not sure if it's accurate or not. They released a ton of movies with inaccurate descriptions)
"In this mockumentary, SpongeBob lives above ground like all Hollywood superstars. Afraid that SpongeBob is becoming old news, his boss runs a contest called 'Spend A Day with SpongeBob'. The contest makes SpongeBob the talk of the town, as thousands of kids enter to win. The lucky winner is Seth, and he is ecstatic about his day with SpongeBob. However, the day becomes a roller coaster ride as things don’t go quite the way they planned."
Somehow this Kitano film is impossible to find a torrent of.
I'm going to end up fucking buying it or something stupid like that.
There's this commercial for the cotton industry, one of those early 'fabric of our lives' ones where this guy had either just moved in with this chick or is just hanging at her place or has just never seen her underwear before their good Christian marriage (most likely the implied message). Anyway she has him get the laundry from the dryer to fold and he starts folding and sees her underwear. He then says in voiceover, I shit you not "White cotton panties. Just like my sister used to wear." He then says something like "That's how I know she's the one. Makes me feel like home."
It's innocuous enough and you can tell it's coming from a good place, but still a bad idea that shouldn't have gotten the green light. It ran for maybe a week, don't remember what year or time frame then it got pulled. It's like it never existed.
The original intro/music to "Dave's World." The TV version had a cover of Billy Joel's song "You May Be Right" done by Southside Johnny. It was stripped from syndication and the DVDs for copyright reasons and is now surprisingly difficult to find.
No one died or else that'd be infamous. But there was an episode where a kid puked and they of course never aired it.
someday I'll actually get around to getting on some private trackers
holy shit, no fucking way. Someone please dig this up.
also, speaking of commercials, that reminds of this one. It was one of those "Most Interesting Man In The World" things, and he says "If you arrive upon the unmasking hour, and all that comes off is the mask, you have done something wrong, my friend." (he was surrounded by girls in masquerade wear, so it made sense.) I tried to pull up the commercial to show it to a friend (I thought it was funny) but for some reason could never find it.
Apparently now-congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii was in an anti-gay-marriage ad in 1998, when she was still a teenager, and her father was a political activist.
She appeared on-screen and delivered the line "I love my dog... but I don't want to MARRY him!"
The clip gets religiously scrubbed for copyright violations whenever it turns up on mainstream video sites.
this shit is fucking fascinating, if i was more savvy or less lazy i'd probably join up on these hunts for lost media.
reminds me of the first time i looked for the manga asked in an e-h bounty, wondering if it could really be so hard to find.
Theres some episodes on youtube but other than that, it might as well not even exist.
I don't remember the voiceover but do remember the scene, a couple moving in. I'm 30 now, I was probably pretty young when I saw it. I think commercials can get weird because less thought is put into them than movies or shows.
The huge jugged actress in Blazing Saddles. Apparently she appeared in adult films or films with full nudity. The reels of film were supposedly lost in a fire, no copies are known to exist.
because you have to suffer from epilepsy for it to get you, so its kind of like saying why would anyone eat peanutts, well most people are not allergic and it's hard to make it to adulthood without realizing you are and knowing what to avoid
The english dub for this is lost, or something.
>in b4 autism
>Hilton eventually acted in six adult feature films and two dozen sex shorts from 1975 to 1977.In the fall of 1978, an electrical fire destroyed Mitch Orenstien's private warehouse in Carson City, Nevada. A majority of Hilton's adult shorts and features are considered lost forever as are most of the nude pictures she posed for.There is virtually no photographic record or evidence of her foray into the adult
A commercial for the movie 'Waiting to Exhale' when it was being released on DVD that showed a bunch of white women and an asian lady fawning over how much they could relate to the movie. Even though in the movie the term 'white bitch' is uttered numerious times in reference to black men cheating with white women. Commercial always cracked me up. Hollywood trying to sell DVDs again.
Here are the banned South Park episodes that aren't available for streaming/purchase/or rerun on Comedy Central.
Here's some info on them:
The pack includes 3 episodes and the short uncensored speech.
I loved it. Didn't understand all the jokes but I still enjoyed watching it at 4 PM on channel 45 with my dad and we'd both just chill. Fuck man I should call my dad.
Is there any haunted physical media? I know of the Halloween bus stop VHS tapes which were recently admitted fake, and the Return to Babylon demons are likely a result of the film to digital transfer, but they're still examples of the type of thing I'm looking for.
A television show called Cut To The Chase.
It's hard to even find information on. It aired on E! in the 90's and was hilarious. The show was hosted by Art Mann (which I only found out because I remembered him also being in Wild On! and dug through its cast) as an usher who would put himself into movies. The humor was a lot like MST3K without ripping them off.
A few years back, someone had a video on Youtube with clips from the show, but removed the video and deleted his channel before I could save it. Now it's just gone, almost like it never existed. This is the best I can find now: an image on Google Images that no longer exists on its original website.
IMDB ain't got shit, and Wikipedia only mentions it on its Art Mann article.
holy shit why do I remember this?
Fox Kids was the shit
I wish I never knew they existed because I'll never see them
Still cannot find the full audio track for this. Shame DESU.
The Agent Green music video/commercial on Nickelodeon. Fucking featured Saddam Hussein and shit.
Also that show about some kid who was literally just a head, and another set inside someone's body. I distinctly remember a reporter broadcasting from the stomach and an "earthquake" every time the person took a shit or something.
I remember waking up one night about 4 in the morning when I was a kid and watching some kind of puppet show about an owl and some other puppet. I remember the owl was turned on by nature footage of those birds who have breast like sacks on their chest. It might've been a sketch or something.
There's a photo of him, but no video has surfaced. Apparently Whoopi wasn't even offended
>e had an affair with actress Whoopi Goldberg which ultimately led to him getting a divorce from his first wife Randall Dawson.
Christ how bad must your wife look to bang fucking Whoopi Goldberg on the side?
The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Forever lost like Mr. Tastee in the Summer
>mfw when they had a reunion like last year and couldn't go
Please can anyone find episodes of Out of Jimmy's Head?
I know it was one of the worst shows conceived, but I need for my fapping folder because of supreme green alien waifu Yancy. So many fetish-pandering episodes but now they're all long gone with no recollective or saved footage other than these 2 clips and a couple production images BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY NOTHING HOT TO APPEAL TO MY SICK FETISHES
I even bought the shitty tv movie just to jack off to her berating the camera and just generally being pissy and bitchy. For whatever reason bitches and green skin with pink or purple lipstick gets me rock hard.
These are great, you guys are great
Fuck you for reminding me of this dark time of Cartoon Network
They're still shit but they've gotten kind of better, especially compared to that live action garbage they tried to force to be like Disney Channel.