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Read me =) The NES already existed when I was born. This one belonged to my uncle and he gave it to me. I used to play video games with my grandfather :) Time to forgive me for : - the bad quality of my video, I have to use my webcam... - the fact that I always say 'so', 'then',... Thanks for watching! =)
Here Is The Closing To The Berenstain Bears:The Bears Christmas 1990 VHS And Here Are The Order: 1.Ending To The Bike Lesson 2.Closing Credits To The Video 3.Copyright Screen 4.Random House Beginner Book Video Collection Trailer 5.FBI Warning Screen That's All. ©1990 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Opening To The Berenstain Bears:The Bears Christmas 1990 VHS And Here Are The Order: 1.Random House Home Video Logo 2.The Berenstain Bears Beginner Book Video Intro 3.Opening To The Video The Bears Christmas That's All. ©1990 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Closing To The Berenstain Bears In The Dark 1989 VHS And Here Are The Order: 1.Ending To The Episode The Berenstain Bears Ring The Bell 2.Closing Credits To The Berenstain Bears In The Dark/The Berenstain Bears Ring The Bell 3.A Southern Star/Hanna Barbera Australia Production Logo 4.New Material Copyright Screen 5.FBI Warning Screen That's All. New Material ©1989 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Opening To The Berenstain Bears In The Dark 1989 VHS And Here Are The Order: 1.Random House Home Video Logo 2.The Berenstain Bears First Time Video Logo 3.The Berenstain Bears Intro 4.Episode Opening Title 5.First Few Seconds Of The Episode That's All. New Material ©1989 Random House Inc.
1) Digimon The Movie TV spot. 2) Fox Kids Digi-Hook Up Sweepstakes spot. 3) Digimon The Movie House Party Sweepstakes spot. I bet Diaboromon was the surprise guest at some kid's house. 4) Digimon The Movie VHS & DVD release tv spot. 5) Digimon season 2 promo. This is retagged, but this one aired a lot during early season 2. 6) Digimon "Ken's Secret" episodic. I should've trimmed that bumper, but ah well. 7) Digimon "The Captive Digimon" episodic. 8) Digimon Bandai toy ad for the D-Terminal and D3 Digivice. 9) Digimon generic promo for the mid section of season 2. 10) Digimon episodic for "United We Stand"/"Fusion Confusion"/"The Insect Master's Trap". 3 new eps in one day! 11) Digimon episodic for "Arukenimon's Tangled Web" & "Ultimate Anti-Hero". 12) Digimon episodic for "Opposites Attract" & "If I Only Had A Heart". 13) Digimon Bandai toy ad for Armor Digivolving Action figures. The heck is with the crabs? 14) Digimon "Cody Takes a Stand" episodic. 15) Digimon World Tour week of Control Spire toppling. 16) Digimon episodic for, I think "Dark Sun, Dark Spore". 17) Digimon Double Digi Week promo. 18) The Legend of the Digi-Destined Digi-Thon promo. 19) Digimon episodic for "The Dark Gate", I believe. DISCLAIMER: Digimon is copyright Bandai and Toei. I don't own any of the characters of likenesses. These promos are for archival, promotional, and nostalgic purposes.
The Moment You Been Waiting For! Is Here! The Closing To The 1988 Print Of The Berenstain Bears And The Truth And Here Are The Order: 1.Ending To The Episode The Berenstain Bears Save The Bees 2.Closing Credits To The Berenstain Bears And The Truth/The Berenstain Bears Save The Bees 3.New Material Copyright Screen 4.FBI Warning Screen That's All. New Material ©1988 Random House Inc.
The Moment You Been Waiting For! Is Here! The Opening To The 1988 Print Of The Berenstain Bears And The Truth And Here Are The Order: 1.Random House Home Video Logo 2.The Berenstain Bears First Time Video Logo 3.The Berenstain Bears Intro 4.Episode Title Card That's All. New Material ©1988 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Closing To Sesame Songs Sing Hoot & Howl 1991 VHS Here Are The Order: 1.Ending To The Video Sesame Songs Sing Hoot & Howl 2.Closing Credits To Sesame Songs Sing Hoot & Howl 3.FBI Warning Screen That's All. ©1991 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Opening To Sesame Songs Sing Hoot & Howl 1991 VHS Here Are The Order: 1.Random House Home Video Logo 2.Children's Television Workshop Logo 3.Sesame Songs Home Video Sing Hoot & Howl Intro 4.Beginning Of The Video Sing Hoot & Howl That's All. ©1991 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Closing To The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers 1988 VHS Here Are The Order: 1.Ending To The Episode The Berenstain Bears And The Disappearing Honey 2.Closing Credits To The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers/The Berenstain Bears And The Disappearing Honey 3.New Material Copyright Screen 4.FBI Warning Screen That's All. New Material ©1988 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Opening To The Berenstain Bears Learn About Stragners 1988 VHS Here Are The Order: 1.Random House Home Video Logo 2.The Berenstain Bears First Time Video Logo 3.The Berenstain Bears Intro 4.Episode Title Card Intro 5.Beginning Of The Episode The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers That's All. New Material ©1988 Random House Inc.
Here Is The Opening To The Berenstain Bears And The Truth (1999 Print) Here Are The Order: 1.Columbia Tristar Home Video Logo 2.Coming Soon To A Theatre Near You Screen 3.Muppets From Space/Elmo In Grouchland Trailer 4.Coming Soon To Home Video Screen 5.Baby Geniuses Trailer 6.Wind In The Willows Trailer 7.Now Available On Home Video Screen 8.Bear In The Big Blue House Videos Trailer 9.The Wubbulous World Of Dr. Suess Videos Trailer 10.FBI Warning Screen 11.Random House Home Video Logo 12.The Berenstain Bears First Time Video Logo 13.The Berenstain Bears Intro 14.Episode Title Card That's All. ©1999 Columbia Tristar Home Video Inc. PS I Also Got The 1988 Print Of The Berenstain Bears And The Truth In Which I'll Be Doing The Opening And The Closing To The 1988 Print To The Berenstain Bears And The Truth Soon! So Stay Tuned!
Just some clips I've put in to show some ways Phenomena (Also known as Creepers on the VHS version in the United States) and Clock Tower. WARNING: Some clips may be frightening, involve disturbing images, violence, and some blood. Although I've shown ittle as I could, there are some clips that contain it.If any of this bothers you, you should close out the window, click the home button, or click another link. If you want to watch anyway you should take caution in watching. For fans of the horror genre, I suggest watching Phenomena or playing Clock Tower! Both are good in my view. Similarity 1 --------------- The clothing is similar. Similarity 2 --------------- I'm unsure if its similar. I felt like showing it. Similarity 3 --------------- Both involve a swarm of bugs. Similarity 4 --------------- In the bathroom, maggots appear. (Random occurance in Clock Tower) Similarity 5 --------------- Both moters show false concern and try to get Jennifer to take something. Similarity 6 --------------- Both mothers are insane and deranged. Similarity 7 --------------- Both Murderers are children and use a pair of scissors. (Apparantley their mothers never told them not to run with scissors =p) Similarity 8 --------------- In some part in the house, there is someone trapped inside. Similarity 9 --------------- When Jennifer purges the pill, Brukener hits Jenniger in the head. And when Mary comes with a gun, Jennifer hits Mary with a board. Similarity 10 ----------------- Jennifer ...
After having found an assortment of old VHS tapes at my parent's house, found what is probably the earliest video footage of myself. This is just a random assortment of moments that took place between 1987 and 1991. A few people asked me about what I was like as a kid, so I tossed this together while I archived a bunch of the old VHS family videos. My parents requested specifically that I did not put anything too weird online. If you want to see my family at its most bizarre, visit them. Warning: This video features children wearing makeup.
Saturday, April 3, 2010 Snuggle House Victoria BC Canada UNFUN - www.myspace.com UNLEARN (H)UNDY THOU - www.myspace.com HUMAN DEMISE - www.myspace.com Cops broke up the party before FOOTSIES (www.myspace.com could play. I put this together without much thought with random clips that Mathew (augustusproductions.com filmed, might be a VHS of Hundy Thou down the road. * A BIG APOLOGY TO UNFUN, BATTERY PROBLEMS, SORRY THERE IS SO LITTLE OF YOUR SET AT THE HOUSE *
Dr. Seuss "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish." Animation project by the Walden Jr. High drama class winter term.
random moments at VSA practice. saturday 2/6/10 at vi's house. michael.. just lol.
random moments at VSA practice. saturday 2/6/10 at vi's house. sheila teaching thong how to body roll. xD yeah sorry the video's not that great. =[
I put the Sony Wonder logo and CTW logo in the intro.
I put the Children's Televison Workshop logo in the intro to make it better.
the title says it all
Part 5: All of Thomas Books I got from Railway Series, Old and New Annual Books, Thomas Story Library and more! (I also got the other ones that I dont really bother reading about anymore) Enjoy! Dan5589 NOTE: All Things were Copyrighted to their Respected Owners
Part 4: Few Thomas Cassettes aswell as Railway Stories ones. And All 5 CDs with Michael Angelis narrating each 3 Books from Rev .W. Awdry Books aswell as more Thomas Related CDs. Enjoy! Dan5589 NOTE: All Things were Copyrighted to their Respected Owners
Devil With a Blue Dress was probably filmed in 1986. I was about 20 years old at the time. It was originally conceived as a response to "dance" music videos--by the likes of Madonna and Paula Abdul--that were popular at the time. In the old MGM musicals, dancers like Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly were filmed from head-to-toe, in full-length shots, with as few cut-aways as possible. The audiences were given the visual evidence that the stars could, in fact, dance, and that they had mastered the routines from beginning to end. The '80s music videos had random shots of pop stars doing spin kicks, thrusts, and other Bob Fosse-inspired moves, with close ups and other images inserted after just about every step (see Paula Abdul's video for Straight Up to see what I mean). Paula Abdul, Madonna, and some of the others may have been fine dancers, but the proof wasn't in their music videos: with enough editing, almost ANYONE can be made to look like a competent dancer. And that's where *I* come in As you may have guessed from the video, I am not a trained dancer (but I DID watch a LOT of Adam Ant videos). My brother David and I shot my part in an alley near our house, with no permit or permission. It was all done in one take, no rehearsal. I think a roll of Super 8 film was good for about three and a half minutes, so it was pretty much "One roll, gotta go." I chopped out the parts where I stumbled, forgot the words, or did something that looked especially stupid. (The keyword here is ...
Master of the Flying Gila Monster (full title: Eye of the Mosquito II: Master of the Flying Gila Monster) is a parody of Jimmy Wang Yu's classic kung fu movie, Master of the Flying Guillotine. It was probably filmed between 1984 and 1986; the titles and credits were added in 1986. I was in my late teens/very early 20s when I made it. I play a "duel" role, as the good Mak Chow and the evil Wang Foo Ho. Written, produced, filmed, directed, and edited by Steven A. Ross Additional camera work (and a few stand-in shots) by my brother, David Ross (who did an excellent job). My buddy Jason Lorge provided Mak Chow's voice; I did all of the others. My mother, my father, and my grandfather have blink-and-you'll-miss-'em cameos as Wang Foo Ho's victims. The sound effects were compiled from several kung fu movies onto a single audio cassette. All of the sound was edited with two VCRs and a cassette player. The location shots were filmed in Monterrey Park, which was the most Asian neighborhood in my area in the early '80s. The exterior to the "Shaolin Temple" was actually a supermarket. The TV newscast was just some random bit I filmed off of the local international channel. Whatever the news story had been--disaster, crime, politics--I would have incorporated it into the plot. I still have no idea what the "real story" was, but it gave me an opportunity to steal from SNL's Assassination of Buckwheat sketch. Changeman (and early, Japanese version of the Power Rangers) was the show ...
A Hard Day's Life was originally a collection of random shots that I took while I was learning to use my Super 8 camera. It was one of the first movies finished for Temple City High School's Dragonflicks Film Class, which was started by Ms. Carolyn "Corky" Dunn in the early '80s. When the footage was roughly assembled together, it looked like some of the wacky song clips by the Beatles and the Monkees. There were four members in those bands, and our footage featured four members of the so-called Steve Ross Klan (SRK), so the film became our version of A Hard Day's Night: it was fine-tuned and edited into A Hard Day's Life. It now serves as a living yearbook for Temple City High School circa 1982-1984. A Hard Day's Life is also dedicated to the memory of Timothy S. Pinkham, a great friend, and one of the funniest, most creative guys I have ever had the honor of knowing. Written, produced, filmed, directed, and edited by Steven A. Ross Starring Scott Buehl, Tim Pinkham, Vallen Thomas, and Steven A. Ross Also featuring Frank Alioto, Andy Nahabedian, Patrick Robinson, Shawn Payne, Todd Plaas, Darin Johnson, Jason Lorge, Lana Alley, Glenn Lamar, and Mike Gerard Scott "Otto" Buehl was our "wild man." He was into the Beatles and played guitar, he was the one with a girlfriend, and he was the one who instigated most of our grossest gags and practical jokes. One day, he declared that he wanted to be known as "Otto." Later, someone on campus had been successful in converting ...
I believe this video copy of Arthur's Teacher Trouble is rare. The only logo that is on this tape is the Children's Book-of-the-Month-Club instead of the Random House Home Video logo.
From The Arthur VHS Collection!
From Random house videos from 1990, 1991 And 1992.
What if Renaissance Pictures' logo existed in the 1980s, and they produced "The Berenstain Bears" instead of Southern Star/HB Australia Productions? "The Berenstain Bears" © 1985 by Random House and the Berenstain Family; Renaissance Pictures logo is © 1993. I am not making any money off of this.
Here are all of the Sesame Street: Start-To-Read Videos and the three books on each tape. You can not find these tapes anywhere except eBay probably and maybe your local library if you're lucky.
Here is GE's awesome 60-second commercial that was shown repeatedly throughout the 2002 Winter Olympics, featuring ATC's "Around the World (La La La La La)" as the background song. During the 2002 olympics, I put a VHS tape in and just recorded a bunch of random commercials, and I was lucky to get the tape on in time to get this one, minus a few seconds at the beginning. This was probably my favorite commercial out of all of them, and was the first thing I ever heard "Around the World" in, and the song's been a huge favorite of mine ever since.
Here Is My Arthur VHS Collection
TIGS (Totally Interactive Game Show) took the radical approach of totally (ahem) borrowing Games World's idea of inviting viewers to phone in to play computer games using the telephone keypad. These games weren't exactly "Ronseal" though, as TIGS wasn't quite exactly what it said on the tin, unless "Press 4" really is totally interactive. Two kids who were picked at random from a premium rate phone line battled it out in games set underwater (press 4 to avoid the sharks), in caves (press 4 to avoid the boulders) or on a football field (press 4 to avoid the defenders) The three winners went on to the Scalextric-type final, using real model cars on a real model track (The Devil's Track). Points were scored by staying in the correct gear. Too slow, not enough points; too fast, crash. Three crashes meant game over. The cars never really crashed of course (far too expensive on a CITV budget) so a camera effect simulated the crash. The highest score would have taken home a Super Nintendo, or something similar, if they weren't already at home. This full episode was taken from a home recording on a VHS tape back in november 1995. I've split it into three parts, as YouTube will only allow 10 minutes for each upload. From what I can tell, it appears most people have forgotten about TIGS Plus it seems that I'm probably the only person on the planet to have a full episode from the 1st and only series. The show was scrapped after only being on air from 25th October to 13th December ...
Enjoy! The rest of the story will be on the next video.
Here's another random set of movie promos (and 1 wrestling promo) from "Request" PPV, circa March 1996 (the movies are from 1995). The promos include: Dangerous Minds WWF In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies (listed as just In Your House on the promo) Seven A Walk In The Clouds Under Siege 2: Dark Territory The Prophecy Jade: The Director's Cut Copycat The Brothers McMullen (partial)
Miss Lou-lou is trying out her "wings"
This is the pride and joy of the "LOST FOREVER VHS RESTORATION PROJECT." This video was originally made as part of my final writing assignment for 12th grade English. We had to write a long report on something and then make a presentation to the class. My topic was special effects in the movies and as part of my oral presentation I made this short film. Before anyone starts asking - Yes, the title is spelled correctly. I was trying to spoof the Matrix. This short was also created before I was ever involved in any type of film or TV production class. Taped on an old Hi8 camera and then edited with Adobe Premiere, Photoshop and various other effects programs. I was most pissed about losing this film when my computer crashed, so now it is wonderful that a copy emerged on a random VHS at my house. This is the only finished copy that exists of this film so sit back and enjoy courtesy of ZIGGY FILMS LTD. STARRING... Dan Albrecht - Martrix Guy Scott Albrecht - Agent Peter Albrecht - Voice
This is a look at the lighter-side of Steve Coley, Larry Johnson, and Ronn Carter back in 1985. This marketing music video (for some reason) worked good to land High School Proms (believe it or not). I think it worked because we were the first to produce a video illustrating our work. This video worked 100% of the time to promote our (then) BAMM-DJ company. You're watching part ONE. Click here to see PART TWO www.youtube.com Song performed by Ready For The World, "Oh Sheila" We entertained at Wedding Receptions, Proms, High School Balls, Company Christmas Party, Birthday Parties, etc for 18-years. The locations for this music video: Opening shot, leaving a random house up the street from the Ugly Duck. Arriving at our studio--then the Ugly Duck, now Prevots. Inside the studio took place at the Terrace, which was the most popular hang out of the day in Concord. Dance party was shot at an actual event inside the Antioch Fair Grounds (or Contra Costa County Fair). For the record, we had the largest DJ set-up, as far as we knew, and in retrospect to the late 1980's it actually looked good at the time. There were always two DJ's at every event, probably just to lug around all of this massive equipment. Yes, we know that DJ's today only carry with them an MP3 player and two small speakers and charge 5X what we charged, however we had talent, the sweetest pure sounding audio system anywhere, we had bass in reserve, and we regularly visited our local Record stores to PURCHASE our ...
My review of possible the greatest wrestling book ever To Buy The Book www.randomhouse.ca highspots.com Hitman Wrestling With Shadows Documentary: www.amazon.com (VHS) www.amazon.com (DVD) www.amazon.ca (VHS)
A synch between Tim Burton's James and the Giant Peach and the Smashing Pumpkins.
Another nostalgic romp through VHS heaven, featuring: Bounty (Taste of Paradise) Vector (Midland Bank) Persil Liquid (Summer of 88) Pedigree Chum Maxwell House (Get the taste get the max) Budweiser (The Eagle has Landed) Sanyo Video Hamlet Cigars (Airport) Heineken beer (Painting dog) Persil Powder (Customs) The Sun Royal Souvenir Sticker Album Captain birdseye fish fingers Whitbread Best bitter (What are we Talking?)
Me and some people at my friends house sitting about and a funny noise occurs.
UPDATE!: My friend and I got the whole Pooh Corner Too Smart For Strangers Special up here on youtube, ,here are the links: Part 1: www.youtube.com Part 2: www.youtube.com Part 3: www.youtube.com Part 4: www.youtube.com part 5: www.youtube.com Enjoy! and Taking Back Sunday Still Sucks.