The Mr. Men Show (partially found music videos of British American children's animated TV series; 2008-2011)

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Screencap of the music video.

Status: Partially Found

During the Mr. Men Show's run, a bunch of exclusive music videos were created on various forms, such as YouTube and the official website prior to its shutdown in 2013. After the show's cancellation, a bunch of them were removed either because the user who had worked for the show removed them from their YouTube page, or the website was shut down afterwards. Some users recorded most of the songs when the official website was still active, but in low quality.

As of November 2020, the UK versions of the exclusive music videos from the official website are still available on Cúla 4's website through a hidden URL (though the link might not work at times).[1] The FLV files have been archived on January 24, 2021[2] in case Flash animation ceases or when that site gets shutdown.

Music Videos[edit | edit source]

  • Theme Song Remix - An exclusive music video created for the website. It vanished sometime after the site was revamped in 2011, though the audio for an alternate version can be found on Jared Faber's SoundCloud.[3]
  • Beachin' with the Boombox - An exclusive music video created for the website based on the song that appeared in the episode "Beach". It vanished sometime after the site was revamped in 2011. A scene of the music video was seen in Mark Risley's demo reel.[4]
  • Dillydale Dance Floor - An exclusive music video created for the website based on the song that appeared in the episode "Mall". It vanished sometime after the site was revamped in 2011.
  • Bump in the Night - An exclusive music video created for the website based on the song that appeared in the episode "Night". It vanished sometime after the site was revamped in 2011. A scene of the music video was seen in Keith Holven's animation reel.[5]
  • Bumpity Bump Bump - An exclusive music video created for the website based on the song that appeared in the episode "Boo-Boos/Doctors and Nurses". It vanished sometime after the site was revamped in 2011.
  • Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay - A song sang by Mr. Rude about himself. It was originally posted on YouTube sometime after the show ended by a user who worked for the show that went by the name dwaskemo[6] but was removed afterwards. Online user MrNormalDraws contacted some of the staff members of the show, such as composer Jared Faber who did the music, and Mr. Rude's actor Joey D'Auria. Faber told him he remembers it, but he doesn't know if he still has it or not.[7]

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