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25th May '17 12:35:28 AM SmytheOrdo
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* In general, tokusatsu from before the days of home video formats are harder to track down, but many, such as OsamuTezuka's Thunder Mask from the 1970s, and several tokusatsu from the 1950s-early 1970s such as Sonny Chiba adventure ''Allah no Shisha'' and many of Nippon Gendai's television shows are lost due to varying factors such as rights issues in the case of many 1970s shows or lack of video preservation.
23rd May '17 9:46:43 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* The Inauguration Gala of John F. Kennedy in 1961, intended to be shown on NBC, was never broadcast due to a blizzard-induced power outage in the Beltway, and was presumed lost forover 50 years, only premiering on PBS in June 2017.

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* The Inauguration Gala of John F. Kennedy in 1961, intended to be shown on NBC, was never broadcast due to a blizzard-induced power outage in the Beltway, and was presumed lost forover for over 50 years, only premiering on PBS in June 2017.
23rd May '17 9:46:30 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* The Inauguration Gala of John F. Kennedy in 1961, intended to be shown on NBC, was never broadcast due to a blizzard-induced power outage in the Beltway, and was presumed lost forover 50 years, only premiering on PBS in June 2017.
20th May '17 5:19:14 PM nombretomado
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* Due to changeovers in the front office of TNT, eleven episodes of the WallStreet show ''Bull'' have never been shown in the United States. These changes delayed the showing of the series ''Breaking News'' until Bravo picked it up in 2002.

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* Due to changeovers in the front office of TNT, eleven episodes of the WallStreet Wall Street show ''Bull'' have never been shown in the United States. These changes delayed the showing of the series ''Breaking News'' until Bravo picked it up in 2002.
16th May '17 5:37:37 PM nombretomado
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** Frost got his start in television by fronting a trio of satirical sketch series ''Series/ThatWasTheWeekThatWas'' (aka ''[=TW3=]''; 1962-63), ''Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life'' (1964-65), and ''The Frost Report'' (1966-67) which launched or boosted the comedy writing and performing careers of many British comedians, including all five British [[Creator/MontyPython Pythons]], [[Series/TheGoodies Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie]], [[TheTwoRonnies Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett]], [[Series/YesMinister Antony Jay, Jonathan Lynn]], [[Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue Barry Cryer, and Willie Rushton]]. The broadcast runs of the first two series are mostly complete (''[=TW3=]'' is missing just one episode of 37, while only two of the 62 episodes of ''Not So Much a Programme'' are known to be lost; each series is also missing one pilot episode), but ''The Frost Report'' (which featured John Cleese, Ronnie Corbett, and Ronnie Barker as regular sketch performers) is missing 14 out of 29 episodes, all but one from Series 2. Fortunately, audio recordings exist for every missing episode.

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** Frost got his start in television by fronting a trio of satirical sketch series ''Series/ThatWasTheWeekThatWas'' (aka ''[=TW3=]''; 1962-63), ''Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life'' (1964-65), and ''The Frost Report'' (1966-67) which launched or boosted the comedy writing and performing careers of many British comedians, including all five British [[Creator/MontyPython Pythons]], [[Series/TheGoodies Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie]], [[TheTwoRonnies [[Series/TheTwoRonnies Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett]], [[Series/YesMinister Antony Jay, Jonathan Lynn]], [[Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue Barry Cryer, and Willie Rushton]]. The broadcast runs of the first two series are mostly complete (''[=TW3=]'' is missing just one episode of 37, while only two of the 62 episodes of ''Not So Much a Programme'' are known to be lost; each series is also missing one pilot episode), but ''The Frost Report'' (which featured John Cleese, Ronnie Corbett, and Ronnie Barker as regular sketch performers) is missing 14 out of 29 episodes, all but one from Series 2. Fortunately, audio recordings exist for every missing episode.
10th May '17 11:42:32 AM mlsmithca
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* Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet: Subverted and/or played with, with the "Blackout" (a.k.a. "Business as Usual") episode. Said episode originally aired as the last of the 4th season, and was the last episode Creator/JohnnyDepp appeared in (a 5th, last Season without him followed). When the series was released on DVD, this episode wasn't included on the Season 4 DVD-box, baffling fans as to why it wasn't included. The episode was however put on the ''5th'' Season DVD box - now retroactively renamed to be the 1st episode of Season 5, instead of the last episode of Season 4. Doing so enabled the distributors to [[https://www.amazon.com/21-Jump-Street-Season-5/dp/B000E5KULU/ref=sr_1_1/136-4431481-8079104?ie=UTF8&qid=1492707989&sr=8-1&keywords=21+jump+street+season+5 put Johnny Depp's image prominently on the Season 5 DVD-box]], even though he really hadn't been in Season 5 at all, and in this DVD-box only features in ''1'' of the 24 episodes.
* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'', another PBS show, only had 9 episodes of it's 65-episode run released to home video, and copies of other episodes are very hard to find, seeing as it has not been aired since 2002.

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* Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet: ''Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet'': Subverted and/or played with, with the "Blackout" (a.k.a. "Business as Usual") episode. Said episode originally aired as the last of the 4th season, and was the last episode Creator/JohnnyDepp appeared in (a 5th, fifth and last Season season without him followed). When the series was released on DVD, this episode wasn't included on the Season 4 DVD-box, baffling fans as to why it wasn't included. The episode was however put on the ''5th'' Season DVD box - now retroactively renamed to be the 1st episode of Season 5, instead of the last episode of Season 4. Doing so enabled the distributors to [[https://www.amazon.com/21-Jump-Street-Season-5/dp/B000E5KULU/ref=sr_1_1/136-4431481-8079104?ie=UTF8&qid=1492707989&sr=8-1&keywords=21+jump+street+season+5 put Johnny Depp's image prominently on the Season 5 DVD-box]], even though he really hadn't been in Season 5 at all, and in this DVD-box only features in ''1'' of the 24 episodes.
* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'', another PBS show, only had 9 episodes of it's its 65-episode run released to home video, and copies of other episodes are very hard to find, seeing as it has not been aired since 2002.
10th May '17 10:20:08 AM mimitchi33
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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'', another PBS show, only had 9 episodes of it's 65-episode run released to home video, and copies of other episodes are very hard to find, seeing as it has not been aired since 2002.
20th Apr '17 11:32:06 PM mlsmithca
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** ''Series/TheLikelyLads'' ran for 20 episodes across three series from 1964-66; twelve episodes are missing. Its 1970s sequel series, ''Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?'', is intact.

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** ''Series/TheLikelyLads'' ran for 20 episodes across three series from 1964-66; twelve 1964-66. Twelve episodes are missing. lost; the surviving episodes include just one from Series 2 ("The Last of the Big Spenders", which was recovered in 2001) and two from Series 3, while audio exists for a further four episodes from Series 3. Its 1970s 1973-74 sequel series, ''Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?'', is intact.intact, as is the 1967-68 radio version which adapted sixteen television scripts (including nine of the lost TV episodes).
20th Apr '17 10:11:42 AM LB7979
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* Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet: Subverted and/or played with, with the "Blackout" (a.k.a. "Business as Usual") episode. Said episode originally aired as the last of the 4th season, and was the last episode Creator/JohnnyDepp appeared in (a 5th, last Season without him followed). When the series was released on DVD, this episode wasn't included on the Season 4 DVD-box, baffling fans as to why it wasn't included. The episode was however put on the ''5th'' Season DVD box - now retroactively renamed to be the 1st episode of Season 5, instead of the last episode of Season 4. Doing so enabled the distributors to [[https://www.amazon.com/21-Jump-Street-Season-5/dp/B000E5KULU/ref=sr_1_1/136-4431481-8079104?ie=UTF8&qid=1492707989&sr=8-1&keywords=21+jump+street+season+5 put Johnny Depp's image prominently on the Season 5 DVD-box]], even though he really hadn't been in Season 5 at all, and in this DVD-box only features in ''1'' of the 24 episodes.
16th Apr '17 10:58:33 AM mlsmithca
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* The television version of ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'' ran for seven series from 1956-61 for a total of 63 episodes, of which 26 are lost. The first four series were broadcast live and only occasionally captured on telerecordings if a technician or actor wanted a viewable copy; the first series is completely lost, while only one episode from the second series[[note]] the only surviving television episode to feature Kenneth Williams[[/note]] and five each from the third and fourth were preserved. Off-air audio recordings exist of a further six episodes from the fourth series. The remaining three series were pre-recorded on videotape and survive in their entirety. See MissingEpisode/{{Radio}} for the radio episodes lost.

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* Creator/TonyHancock may be one of the most beloved British comedians to this day, but not much remains of his television career.
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The television version of ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'' ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'', regarded as the father of the BritCom genre, ran for seven series from 1956-61 for a total of 63 episodes, of which 26 are lost. The first four series were broadcast live and only occasionally captured on telerecordings if a technician or actor wanted a viewable copy; the first series is completely lost, while only one episode from the second series[[note]] the only surviving television episode to feature Kenneth Williams[[/note]] and five each from the third and fourth were preserved. Off-air audio recordings exist of a further six episodes from the fourth series. The remaining three series were pre-recorded on videotape and survive in their entirety. See MissingEpisode/{{Radio}} for the radio episodes lost.lost.
** Hancock's series for Creator/{{ITV}} have fared even less well than his BBC series, and only the efforts of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society to KeepCirculatingTheTapes has allowed what has survived to be viewed by contemporary audiences.
*** The sketch series ''Jack Hylton Presents the Tony Hancock Show'' ran for two series of six episodes each in 1956 and 1957; the entire 1956 series exists in the British Film Institute archives, but the 1957 episodes are lost, and information about their casts and content remains vague.
*** The 1963 series ''Hancock'', which returned to the sitcom format pioneered by the BBC series, ran for 13 episodes in 1963; the BFI have a complete set of tapes but only six of them are known to circulate. Rumour holds that Tony's brother Roger had personally put the brakes on the series ever seeing a legitimate DVD release, and since Roger's death in 2011, his son Tim has continued to impose the ban.
*** The 1966 series in which Tony acted as compère for a sketch variety series live from the ABC Theatre Blackpool ran for eight episodes; only Episode 7 is known to survive. The successor series ''Hancock's'' in which Tony played a nightclub manager for the "link segments" ran for six episodes in 1967; an off-air recording of the end of one episode is all that survives.
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