Tonight’s topic is about lost cartoons. We bend the rules a bit, because we’re not just talking about cartoons of which there may not be any physical copies. We also talk about cartoons that are difficult to find, rarely released, and locked in a vault. Sometimes they’re misplaced. Sometimes they’re just too racy to release.
This is mostly off-the-cuff not meant to be in-depth. I know there are a few that we failed to mention, but that’s where you listeners come in. Tell us what we forgot to mention in the comments. What is the lost treasure that you’d like to see found?
Inexplicably, there is a lengthy cereal discussion in the middle of the show, which goes on for about twenty minutes. Also, after the main show concludes, we have an extensive bonus segment, in which we retread the localization debate and talk about recent superhero movies. We hope you enjoy these bonus discussions.
The Land Before Time has about 11 minutes of animation deleted from the final film. Only very few traces of these scenes survive.
The Score for “Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Fat Albert” was composed by Jazz Musician Herbie Hancock.
RetrowareTV does a commentary of a rare full episode of Saturday Supercade, with commercials!
By the way, I was correct. Earlier Cookie Crisp commercials don’t have the dog.