The Lost Media Wiki

The Lost Media Wiki

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About

The Lost Media Wiki[1] is a community dedicated to locating and preserving media that is considered "lost" or difficult to find. As of April 21, 2017 the site features 347 content pages on television programs, their episodes, films, television identification packages, commercials, and video games with each page describing the piece of media, why it's considered lost and it's current status.

History

According to it's "About" page, The Lost Media Wiki was originally hosted on Wikia until 2014 when it moved to it's own host under it's own domain name, a process that took until mid 2015.[2] The site has been chronicled by TV Tropes.[8]

Features

The Lost Media Wiki contains 347 content pages, each about a film, television program or episode, television identification package, video game etc. that the community consideres lost or difficult to find. A typical page usually gives a description of the piece of lost media, it's current status (either Lost, Found, Partially Lost/Found or Existence Unconfirmed) and the current efforts to retrieve and preserve that piece of media.[3]

Notable Subjects

A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie

"GREAT FILM VERY CREATIVE" -TRACY LEVITZ FILM LOOK MAGAZINE "HILARIOUS, FUN, FOR EVERYONE!" ROBERT FRITZ "FANTASTIC, A TOTAL CROWD PLEASER" LARRY FIELDS TONO FILMS IN OVISIM FILMSPRESENTS A DAY WITH SPONGEBog SQHAREPANTS THE MOVIE SPECIAL EDITION DVD VIDEO UNAUTHORIZED MOCKUMENTARY

The Lost media Wiki has received some media attention[9] for attempting to locate the unreleased 2011 mockumentary A Day With Spongebob Squarepants: The Movie which it currently describes as "Unproduced".[4] On August 28, 2015 The Lost Media Wiki forums user "hastingsfag" created a thread entitled "A Day With Spongebob Squarepants" hoping to get help in locating the mockumentary.[5] As of September 4, 2016 they have managed to obtain an interview with Lorenzo Holley, ostensibly the president of Reagal Films, the company that produced the film.[6] In the interview, Holley stated that a remake might be in the works, with funding being seeked through Kickstarter.



Pinwheel's Clock Man

The Lost Media Wiki community has also been trying to track down the alleged Clock Man stop motion animated segment from the 1977-1984 children's television series Pinwheel which it currently categorizes as "Lost (Existence Unconfirmed)".[7] The segment's unconfirmed status has sparked debate as to weather or not it it really existed with some people dismissing it as Creepypasta. the Search has led to the discovery of several Pinwheel episodes thought to be lost.

Cracks

The site is also responsible for finding "Cracks,"[10] a notorious animated Sesame Street that had been considered lost for years until it was sent to the site's founder in late 2013. In the short, a girl begins making imaginary friends with animals she sees in the cracks of her bedroom wall until a "Crack Monster" begins bellowing at them all.



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Jack the Dipper
Jack the Dipper

The concept of media becoming "lost" to time is fascinating to me, and I've looked at the wiki since it was on Wikia, but I wish their new site's formatting wasn't so god awful and they had an easier to read font. The old Wikia looked so much better.

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