Do you have any information about where the third episode of Grady is, "Merry Birthday, Happy Xmas"? I own the DVD and he watched all the episodes except for that one? Have you seen it on Crackle? Thank you!!
I don't do Crackle, but I do know the episode was on there as of two years ago. In fact, here's the description of the upload of the logo combo that I learned of the episode's availability from (link to said combo: https://youtube.com/watch?v=PzuKeDwNLSg):
"From the short-lived show Grady which originally aired on NBC and is coming from the Sony owned service Crackle, the SPTI logo appears on episodes 1-4 (with 5 not on the service) and 8-10..."
You see that? "1-4". That includes episode three. In addition, the last line does say it's resurfaced, so maybe you're just ignorant.
Hey Magnetic1977, that one time you had a chat with Wikkywakky about whether Sam and Friends episodes known from memory should be proven as unreliable, you commented:
"That does it!This is going to court!
Coming eventually: SAM AND FRIENDS Episodes Known from Memory: Yes or No?"
Well, the answer should be no. These memory-known episodes have not been covered by the Henson archives or some published newspaper articles. These are known to be very valuable episodes because some person on YouTube was very lucky enough to memorize these lost episodes he watched from when he was 7 when Sam and Friends aired. And it was from his own memory, not by watching it online. These episodes are indeed lost, unknown to the Henson Archives, and we can't be able to watch them. In case Wikia starts to go overboard with their rules about unreliable sources and decides to take down information on all memory-known lost media, I have info for all the memory-known episodes of Sam and Friends backed up on my own Sam and Friends fansite.
Someone told me on YouTube that he found an ultra rare VidAmerica VHS copy of Casablanca on eBay (yes, this is real, I swear it), and it's been said before that it was one of the 20 titles derived from the United Artists library that were licensed to VidAmerica, so it probably starts with the warning screen, the 1979 VidAmerica logo, and then one of the Transamerica-era UA logos with the classic Warner Bros. logo following.
See? (And seriously, knock off the infighting over trying to get one Macy's Thanksgiving Parade released. Universal has zero plans whatsoever to release Parades from any year on disc.)
Actually, there are three cartoons that the Warner Archive actually is planning to release: The 1983 Monchhichis production and the final season of Xaolin Showdown, both of which street next month, and the second season of Static Shock, which is currently in the works. So stop bugging me about the Damon Wayans one.