Hey man, I found another batch of dead videos. The good news though is that I'm getting a better handle on how to manage our videos. Anyway, if you've got these and can replace them, that would be great. Otherwise, I can use the thumbnail in place of the videos and delete the description pages. Hope all is well 😊
Just FYI, as an alternative to YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, etc... I've been uploading to streamable.com which is stable and appears to be immune from content flagging at the moment. Not using an account, just tracking my stuff at User:Scarecroe#links
You contributed a lot on both pages, so I'm hoping you can help me figure this out. A specific piece that I'm not sure about -- according to Karen Falk, the final stop on the "Art of the Muppets" tour was at London's Museum of the Moving Image in late 1988. In 2010, you posted here that "Muppets Monsters & Magic" was at London's MOMI in 1989.
I don't know if you remember where any of this came from, but: is it possible that the MOMI/1989 date that you had was actually the closing date for Art of the Muppets' last stop, rather than the first (or second) date of Muppets Monsters & Magic?
The forum thread where I'm working on this is Thread:242440 -- it gets a bit long and complex. :) I'd love any help or thoughts you have. Thanks!
I woud like to use the image as part of the talk / presentation to be filmed and posted online via vimeo. Do you know whetehr the image is under creative commons share alike or whether it is under copyright?
I assume you should credit Disney, as they're the characters' owner and copyright holder. I might've taken it from the Muppets' official Facebook account (though possibly enhanced it, minimally). As this Wiki is not officially linked to Disney/Henson/Sesame, contact official sources to feel safe!
No worries :) Thanks again (from the other thread). As you can tell, I'm doing a lot of clean-up, so I'll upload these ASAP. I had someone run a script to find all our dead videos, so I'll be working on those, too.
I wasn't sure how else to disambiguate. ProSieben's site has video and episodes, but they're either down or just don't work in the states. (Checking timelines from some of the dubbers, it was done in the spring, so Donald Arthur was still around, but it's also why Mogens von Gadow isn't Bunsen; he was in a Hamburg play for several months.)