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  • 12:39, 11 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs restored page WordWorld (Lost Original Pilot, 2005; existence unconfirmed) (78 revisions)
  • 12:10, 11 August 2022 RoganVincent3 Message Wall contribs created page User:RoganVincent3 (Created page with "I made pages") Tag: Visual edit
  • 08:46, 11 August 2022 BalconyYT Message Wall contribs created page File:Insert Cash or Select Payment Type Low Quality (15fps Version).mp4
  • 08:46, 11 August 2022 BalconyYT Message Wall contribs uploaded File:Insert Cash or Select Payment Type Low Quality (15fps Version).mp4
  • 08:43, 11 August 2022 BalconyYT Message Wall contribs created page File:ChickensArbyswehavethemeatslol.MOV
  • 08:43, 11 August 2022 BalconyYT Message Wall contribs uploaded File:ChickensArbyswehavethemeatslol.MOV
  • 23:05, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Doraemon (Missing 1973 Anime Series) (content was: "{{InfoboxFound|title = Doraemon|status = Partially found|datefound = 1995|foundby = IMAGICA and Masumi Jun}}thumb|right|300px|The opening to the 1973 adaptation of ''Doraemon''. thumb|right|300px|The ending to the 1973 adaptation of ''Doraemon''. thumb|220x220px|An old Nippon television schedule advertisement, featuring a time schedule for the 1973 series. [...")
  • 23:05, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Thomas & Friends - The Big & All Aboard Live Tours (recordings of live shows 2002-2006) (content was: "{{Lost|image1=Biglivetourposter.webp|caption1=A poster for the show||current_status=<nowiki></nowiki><span style="color:orange;">'''Partially Found'''}}<br /> "'''Thomas & Friends - 'The Big Live Tour''''" and ''''The All Aboard Live Tour'''' were two arena stage shows in the UK produced by DC Entertainment and Tell-Tale Productions in 2002. The tour was repeated within the next four years and also toured Japan by Fuji Television in 16th July to 31st August 2005. '''<nowiki/>...")
  • 23:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page The Sad Story of Henry (Lost BBC Adaptation of "The Railway Series" Books Series; 1953) (content was: "'''<big>Check out the Lost Media Wiki’s article on ''The Sad Story of Henry!!''</big>'''{{Lost||image1=The Sad Story of Henry (1953)|current_status=<nowiki></nowiki><span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''|title1=The Sad Story of Henry (lost live BBC broadcast adaptation of "The Railway Series" books series; 1953)|caption1=Fan recreation of what the 1953 broadcast would have looked like. Probably the most accurate.}} '''The Railway Series''' is a set of British books about a railw...")
  • 23:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Thomas the Tank Engine (Lost Animated Pilot 1973-1977) (content was: "'''<big>Check out the Lost Media Wiki’s article on the ''Thomas the Tank Engine's 1970s animated pilot!!''</big>'''{{Lost|title1 = Thomas the Tank Engine (Lost Animated Pilot 1973-1977)|image1 = Thomas with the other big engines.jpg|caption1 = Thomas with the other big engines|current_status = Lost}}'''''Thomas the Tank Engine''''' a.k.a '''''The Eight Faithful Engnies''''' (1973) was an animated musical television series planned by Andrew Lloyd Webber and animated by Brian...")
  • 23:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Fred Flintstone Junior (Unused "The Flintstones" Character; Late 1950s) (content was: "{{Stub}} thumb|Early Flintstones Golden Book publication, featuring Fred Junior. ''The Flintstones'' is an originally prime-time animated series created by Hanna-Barbera Studios and running on the ABC Television Network from 1960 to 1966. It remains popular and iconic to this day, and it is rare that five years go by without some new ''Flintstones''-related media product emerging. Based broadly on ''The Honeymooners'' (so much so that Jackie Gleason con...")
  • 23:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page What's The Big Idea? (Lost 2007 Sid The Science Kid Pilot) (content was: "'''<big>Check out the Lost Media Wiki’s article on the original ''Sid the Science Kid pilot!!!''</big>''' thumb|250x251px Before '''''Sid The Science Kid''''' premiered in 2008, Well, in 2007, it was going to be under the working title ''What's the Big Idea?''. The series was said to star an inquisitive digital-puppet named Josh who discovers the answers to interesting scientific questions - such as how birds fly or why people sneeze. Produ...")
  • 23:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Wing Commander II Vengeance of the Kilrathi (Unreleased SNES Game) (content was: "Originally released in 1991 for MS-DOS and Amiga, '''''Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi''''' was the second entry in the ''Wing Commander'' series of video games developed and published by Origin Systems. However, in 1994-1995, a port of the game for the SNES system was in development, with a planned release in May of 1995. Unlike the SNES ports of ''Wing Commander'' and ''Wing Commander: The Secret Missions'', which were developed by the company Mindscape, SNES po...")
  • 23:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Vanishing Act (Cancelled Lucas Arts Game) (content was: "'''''Vanishing Act''''' (also known as '''''Magic Box''''') was an adventure game project started by LucasArts employees Larry Ahern and Jonathan Ackley who previously worked on ''Curse of Monkey Island''; the programming for it was done by Chris Purvis, Randy Stevenson, and Michelle Hinners. The development started soon after Larry and Jonathan finished ''Curse'' (which was released in 1997); however, the project was abandoned when Jonathan left LucasArts in 1998 to start, wit...")
  • 23:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Meowth's Party (Lost Nintendo GameCube Pokémon Tech Demo) (content was: "[https://lostmediawiki.com/Meowth%27s_Party_(lost_Nintendo_GameCube_Pokémon_tech_demo;_2000) '''<big>The Lost Media Wiki’s article on the subject!</big>''']thumb|Screenshot of the tech demo. '''''Meowth's Party''''' is a real-time tech demo that was shown at Nintendo Spaceworld 2000. It was created by the same team who worked on ''Pokémon Stadium'' to show off the GameCube's graphical capabilities and features Meowth singing and dancin...")
  • 23:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Metal Gear (Cancelled MSX2 Remake) (content was: "''Metal Gear'' is an stealth action released by Japanese game developer Konami for the MSX series of computers in 1987. The game was well received and was responsible for spawning one of gaming's biggest franchises. '''In 2014, a fan-made remake of the game by independent game developer Ian Ratcliffe and his team "Outer Heaven" was in development''' and was even given approval by Konami. However, months later Konami ordered the development team behind the remake to put it on ho...")
  • 23:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Kid Thulhu and the Jan Ken Bunch (Unreleased New Grounds Game) (content was: "[https://lostmediawiki.com/Kid_Thulhu_and_the_Jan_Ken_Bunch_(unreleased_Newgrounds_game;_2009) '''<big>The Lost Media Wiki’s article on the subject!</big>'''] '''''Kid Thulhu and the Jan Ken Bunch''''' was a Flash game being developed for the Newgrounds "Power of Three" event by Psycosis91, TheWaves, and Edd Gould in 2009. == Gameplay == The gameplay would follow a kid version of Cthulhu fighting in ''Mega Man'' style combat against the "Jan Ken Bunch", which were based on...")
  • 23:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Joe Ball's World (Lost Spanish Platfomer) (content was: "thumb|Title screen '''''Joe Ball's World''''' is a Spanish platform game developed by Extreme Soft approximately in year 1994. The game might have been named after an American serial killer. == Availability == In total, there are several references to this game on the Internet.[1][2] Additionally, there is a gameplay video on YouTube, which was added to the gallery section of this article. The game itself, however, is nowhere to be found on the Inte...")
  • 23:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Jet Squadron (Lost Sega Arcade Game) (content was: "{{Stub}} thumb '''''Jet Squadron''''' was a cancelled Sega AM3 game that was shown at the AOU Amusement Expo in 2000. It was meant to be the third game in the ''Gunblade'' series, and was the successor to both ''Gunblade NY'' and ''LA Machineguns''. The game would have had the traditional ''Gunblade'' gameplay, such as a dynamic camera angle, enemies with reactive AI, and aerial combat. The game was never heard from again after its appearance at the AOU A...")
  • 23:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Jammin (Lost Arcade Game) (content was: "{{Stub}} thumb|Still from existing gameplay footage. '''''Jammin'''''' (might also be known as ''Jamming''[1], was an arcade game released in 1985 by Atari. == Gameplay == ''Jammin''' is very similar to ''Simon''. Two rock members play a tune on the screen and the player plays it back to them. Not much is known about the game besides when it was released, the company, and what the gameplay consisted of. == Availability == There is little to no information...")
  • 23:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page The Irate Gamer Game (Lost iOS Game) (content was: "{{Stub}}{{NSFW}} thumb|The game's splash screen. ''The Irate Gamer'' is an infamous gaming web series created by Chris Bores. The series ran from 2007 to 2016, and was later replaced with the ''Chris NEO Show''. The series gained notoriety due to its similarity to James Rolfe's web series, ''The Angry Video Game Nerd'', which led to accusations of plagiarism and much controversy. In August 2013, likely as a response to the announcement of James Rolfe's v...")
  • 23:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Heavyweight Champ (Lost Sega Arcade Game) (content was: "thumb|Flyer for the arcade cabinet. '''''Heavyweight Champ''''' was an arcade game released in October of 1976 by Sega in Japan and the United States. this game was noteworthy for being regarded as the first game in the "fighting" genre. The arcade machine had one boxing glove for both players protruding from it that acted loosely l...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 23:01, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Meat or Die (Lost Mobile Game) (content was: "[https://lostmediawiki.com/Meat_or_Die_(lost_mobile_game_based_on_web_series;_2011) '''<big>The Lost Media Wiki’s article on the subject!</big>''']thumb|Screenshot of the Game from the trailer. featuring Gans chasing a Dinosaur. '''''Meat or Die''''' was a web series created in 2009 by Japanese animation studio Bonus Company. It is mostly known for its run on Nintendo's video service Nintendo Video from 2011-2015. It follows the misadventures of dinosaur...")
  • 23:01, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Jaguar Mishin Sashi Senyou Soft: Kirby Family (Found Cancelled GBC Sewing Machine Game) (content was: "[https://lostmediawiki.com/Jaguar_Mishin_Sashi_Senyou_Soft:_Kirby_Family_(found_build_of_cancelled_Game_Boy_Color_sewing_machine_game;_2001) '''<big>The Lost Media Wiki’s article on the subject!</big>'''] '''''Jaguar Mishin Sashi Senyou Soft: Kirby Family''''', also known as '''''Kirby Family''''', was a program developed by HAL Laboratory and was a collection of 32 pre-set patterns forming the like of characters from the Kirby series, which, when transmitted by the Game Boy...")
  • 23:01, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Hell Tycoon (Cancelled 2006 PC Game) (content was: "'''''Hell Tycoon''''' was going to be a PC strategy game developed by Anarchy Enterprises. Players would have been tasked with managing Hell.[1] There is very little to go on about the game besides the website and the developer's history. Anarchy Enterprises prior to the cancellation of Hell Tycoon had made numerous games, most of them being in the same strategy/management genre, and each of them of varying quality. The two most important relative to ''Hell Tycoon'' are ''Moon...")
  • 23:01, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Desert Island 64 (Cancelled Nintendo 64DD Game) (content was: "'''''Desert Island 64''''' (also known as ''Super Real Island'') was a simulation RPG that was to be developed by Imagineer and released on the now discontinued Nintendo 64 peripheral, the Nintendo 64 Disk Drive. == Gameplay == The gameplay of ''Desert Island 64'' would have been about the main character (who is unnamed) surviving on a desert island, cultivating the land on the island, breeding and raising the different kinds of fauna on the island, and creating a new civiliza...")
  • 23:00, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Leslie Mostly Show (Partially Found 2 Interviews) (content was: "Leslie Mostly is a short-lived Muppet from the eleventh and twelfth seasons. She was the host of “The Leslie Mostly Show,” a talk show host spoof series. Her segments are interviews with other Muppet characters, including The Amazing Mumford, Grover, Count von Count, Cookie Monster, Kermit the Frog, Guy Smiley, and the word “CASA.” While most of Leslie Mostly's skits have been uploaded to YouTube in English, the Cookie Monster skit has been found in Castilian Spanish,...")
  • 23:00, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Seame Street Granny Fanny Nesselrode (Partially Found Skit) (content was: "Granny Fanny Nesselrode is an old lady Muppet performed by Caroll Spinney during Season 1, Season 2 and Season 3. During the first season, she was made from the same puppet that was used for the Southern Colonel, and then was rebuilt as a Large Lavender AM in later seasons. Her character was best known for her "Answer Lady" skits, in which she attempted to solve viewers' pr...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 23:00, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page El Alimento del miedo (Lost 1994 Mexican Horror Movie) (content was: "'''''El Alimento del Miedo''''' (The Food of Fear, translated from Spanish) was a 1994 Mexican horror film directed by Juan López Moctezuma, who also directed critically panned films such as Matar a un Extraño (1983) The Mansion of Madness (1973) Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary (1975) and Alucarda (1977), with El Alimento del Miedo being his last work before he passed away one year later, in 1995. The film was written by López Moctezuma himself and Jorge Victoria and starred López...")
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page St. Elmo (Lost 1914 Drama Film Based On Book) (content was: "[https://lostmediawiki.com/St._Elmo_(lost_drama_film_based_on_book;_1914) '''<big>The Lost Media Wiki’s article on the subject!</big>''']thumb|The poster for ''St. Elmo''. '''''St. Elmo''''' was a silent drama film that was distributed by the Box Office Attractions Company (William Fox's film company that would become Fox Film Company, which then became 20th Century Fox). It was produced by the Balboa Amusement Producing Company. It was b...")
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Om Nom the Movie (Lost CGI Movie Based On Mobile Game) (content was: "{{Stub}} thumb|An apparent poster for the movie. '''''Om Nom: The Movie''''' is a film based on the mobile game ''Cut the Rope'' that was announced in 2015, and was scheduled to release in late 2016.[1] No further information about the film has been given since. Zeptolab, the creators of the ''Cut the Rope'' franchise, would be working with Blockade Entertainment to make this film. It is unknown if this film is cancelled or not, as Blockade's offi...")
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (Lost Scenes) (content was: "'''''Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man''''' is a 1943 horror film depicting Frankenstein's monster confrontation with the Wolf Man. It's known as the first of Universal's crossover monster films but was met with mixed reviews (currently holding a 25% on RottenTomatoes). It is also notorious for its deleted and lost content. As well as the lost Bela Lugosi dialogue audio, there were several shot scenes that didn't make the final cut. In the 1980s, searches through Universal's vau...")
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Doom 4 (Cancelled Sequel Of Doom) (content was: "thumb|A screenshot from the game. '''''Doom 4'''''. Later known as Doom 4 (1.0)[1], was a planned installment in the long-running ''Doom'' franchise. The game was planned to be released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows until reportedly cancelled in late 2011.[2] ''Doom 4'' was going to be developed by id Software and publ...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Bio Force Ape (Found Unreleased 1992 NES Game) (content was: "thumb|The games poster In many ways, Bio Force Ape's discovery marks the end of an era. Over the last decade, a number of previously unreleased video games surfaced as playable prototypes. California Raisins, Time Diver Eon Man, and Star Fox 2 only existed as blurry screenshots in ancient gaming magazines until relatively recently. Landmark discoveries like Sunsoft's Sunman and an adaptation of the board game HeroQuest brought to light proj...")
  • 22:59, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Bubsy II (Unreleased 1994 2d Game) (content was: "thumb|The port's title screen. Bubsy II is the second game in the Bubsy series, and was released for the SNES and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive on October 28th, 1994, with a Game Boy port in 1995, and a PC re-release on December 17th, 2015. The game's reception was similar to that of the first Bubsy game, where it was critically acclaimed at the time, but in recent years the reception has grown more negative, with the entirety of the 1990s Bubsy games now being...")
  • 22:20, 10 August 2022 TheBritishBuilder2003 Message Wall contribs created page File:Faerie Tale Theatre UK VHS Promo (Now Found) (created video)
  • 22:20, 10 August 2022 TheBritishBuilder2003 Message Wall contribs uploaded File:Faerie Tale Theatre UK VHS Promo (Now Found) (created video)
  • 22:05, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4 lost scene(s) (content was: "thumb|right|335 px Released in 1988, ''A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4: The Dream Master'' was the start of the series' decline, with the movies becoming more comedic than horrifying. Adding Tuesday Knight to play Kristen (as the original actress was unable to appear for the film) and keeping both Joey (Rodney Eastman) and Kincaid (Ken Sagoes) as Freddy-fodder to tie it in with the previous film, the movie features...")
  • 22:05, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page AMaze (Unreleased 2001 Nuon Game) (content was: "thumb|Cover art for ''aMaze''. '''''aMaze''''' was a planned exclusive game for the Nuon and was based on the board game of the same name. Announced in 1998 when the Nuon was announced and distributed by DVD International, ''aMaze'' was complete and set for a February of 2001 release date and would have sold for $29.95. The game was abrupt...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 22:05, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Robbing Cleopatras Tomb (Lost 1899 Silent Horror Film) (content was: "'''''Robbing Cleopatra's Tomb''''' (French: ''Cléopâtre'', literally ''Cleopatra'') was an 1899 short silent film directed by Georges Méliès. One of the earliest horror films ever made, it is about resurrecting the mummy of Cleopatra. In it, a man chops the mummy of Cleopatra into pieces, and then "produces a woman from a smoking brazier." While today director Méliès...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 22:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Chikara To Onna No Yo No Naka (Lost 1933 Anime Film) (content was: "thumb|The typist and the main character. '''''Chikara to Onna no Yo no Naka''''' (力と女の世の中, lit. "Within the World of Power and Women" or "The World of Power and Women") is a 1933 anime short film by Kenzō Masaoka and the first Japanese anime of any type to feature voiceovers. The film was released in black and...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 22:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Verzaubert (Lost 1993 Documetary Film) (content was: "'''''Verzaubert''''' (aka ''Enchanted'' in English) is a lost 1993 documentary telling the stories of gay and lesbian survivors of Nazism and the Holocaust. A German film site describes that the survivors "tell of their first secret romances, subpoenas by the moral police and the Gestapo, camouflage, pink corners, persecution and annihilation, subculture and their everyday life."[1] The site goes on to describe specific sequences from the film, "For example, Edith, who ran a co...")
  • 22:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Sam (Lost 1998 Film) (content was: "'''''Sam''''' (working name was ''Wicked City'') was a film directed by Richie Vetter. The soundtrack of the film (also named ''Wicked City'') has been released, however the film itself is not available publicly. It is known to have been aired at least once on the television network IFC.[1] == Synopsis == A cast member who worked on ''Sam'' talks about the plot of the film: "Sam's a 17-year-old small-town girl who arrives in New York to study architecture with nothing but the...")
  • 22:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Lock Up Your Daughters (Lost 1959 Horror Film) (content was: "'''''Lock Up Your Daughters''''' was a supposed horror film starring the famous horror star Bela Lugosi. It seems to have been released in 1959 (3 years after Lugosi died) and been lost to time, but due to there only being an extremely small amount of evidence on the film's existence, it is debated on whether the film is lost or is just nonexistent. == Plot == Due to there...", and the only contributor was "OAtERmAt" (talk))
  • 22:04, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Kyubi no Kitsune to Tobimaru (Lost 1968 Japanese Anime Film) (content was: "'''<big>Check out the Lost Media Wiki’s article on ''Kyubi no Kitsune to Tobimaru!!''</big>'''thumb|The film's theatrical poster '''''Kyubi no Kitsune to Tobimaru''''' (''九尾の狐と飛丸 Tobimaru and The Fox with Nine Tails''), also known as '''''Sesshoseki''''' (''殺生石''), was a Japanese animated film produced by Nihon Doga and was distributed by Daiei Films. The film was released on October 19th, 1968 in a single t...")
  • 22:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Dingo Pictures (Found German Films And English Dubs) (content was: " '''Dingo Pictures''' is an animation company from Germany that produced traditionally-animated cartoons based on fairy tales and concepts, many of which plagiarize the works of Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks, among other companies. These cartoons were criticized for their extremely low-budget animation (done with Amiga Deluxe Paint),[1] repetitive dialogue, lack of dub actors (English dubs usually have only two people voicing all the characters, in some cartoons only one), and...")
  • 22:03, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Lost Deleted Scene) (content was: "''Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'' is a 1971 film directed by Mel Stuart and based off the 1964 novel ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory''. == The Lost Scene == This lost scene from ''Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'' '''was filmed, but in the end, left on the cutting room floor'''. The script for the scene is available to the public in the 2001 book "Pure Imagination". The scene is about a hiker who lost his group on a mountain and then he sees a guru. He asks t...")
  • 22:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Treasure Island (Lost 1920 Silent Film) (content was: "thumb|An advertisement for the film. '''''Treasure Island''''' was a silent adventure film that was released on April 4th, 1920 (though Lon Chaney's website states it was released on March 26th) by Paramount, at the time called Paramount-Artcraft. It was based on the 1883 adventure novel of the same name by Robert Louis Stevenson. Lon Chaney was a major star in this film, and he starred in two roles, thos...")
  • 22:02, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page Tom and Jerry "Yankee Doodle Mouse" (Lost 1943 Cartoon Scene) (content was: "thumb|Poster of the cartoon's reissue. ''Tom and Jerry'' is a Metro Goldwyn Mayer cartoon series about a cat named Tom and a brown mouse named Jerry. They usually face against each other in many gags revolving around slapstick, mainly involving dynamite and other objects. The series ran from 1940 to 1967, and has mainly been making direct-to-video films since then, with an occasional television series. One cartoon that was released in 1943 is titl...")
  • 22:01, 10 August 2022 ThomasandFriendsLover Message Wall contribs deleted page This Man (Cancelled 2010 Horror Film) (content was: "thumb|The original "This Man" image that circulated online '''''This Man''''' was a planned horror film for which the popular creepypasta ''Ever Dream This Man?'' was created. Movie Insider lists Bryan Bertino as director and screenwriter and Ghost House Pictures as the production company. Also listed is Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi as producers. == Background == In 2009, a website called ''Thisman.org'' started to make its way around the i...")
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