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Before the movie "The Ring" came out in America, there was a large amount of hidden advertisements through random websites. Some of these include lore of the characters, or knowledge about "the tape"
 
  
These websites can easily be found on the Wayback Machine's web archive service, but not everything has been snapshot. Including 3 Teaser Videos that were hosted on the sites Sadakoisdead.com and Samaraisdead.com
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{{InfoboxLost
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|title=<center>The Ring (teasers and trailers)</center>
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|image=The ring.jpg
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|imagecaption=A poster from the movie.
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|status=<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''</span>
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}}
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Before the 2002 movie ''The Ring'' came out in America, there was a large amount of hidden advertisements through random websites. This ranged from information about the characters, to knowledge about "the tape" itself.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20050103084758/http://www.she-is-here.com:80/ An archived website talking about "the tape".]</ref>
  
The first one Sadako1.mov, was an abstract 30-ish second video
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These websites can easily be found on the Wayback Machine's web archive service, but not everything had been snapshotted. This includes '''three teaser videos''' that were hosted on the sites Sadakoisdead.com and Samaraisdead.com
  
The second one, which the name hasn't been recalled, was more abstract than the first. It apparently contained slight spoilers for the movie
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==Trailers/Teasers==
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===Sadako1.mov===
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This video is said to have been an abstract video, although it's contents aren't exactly known. It is said to have a running time of around 30 seconds.
  
The third video however, titled Bloody1.mov is the most recalled and most notable video, it contained a man with a knife, stabbing himself in his mouth, as if he was brushing his teeth with it.
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===Sadako2.mov===
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The title of this second video is Sadako2.mov. It's been described to be another, even more, abstract video than Sadako1.mov. However, it's also been said to include spoilers of the movie.
  
[[Category:Lost films|Ring lost teaser trailers(2002-2003)]]
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===Bloody1.mov===
[[Category:Miscellaneous lost media|Ring lost teaser trailers(2002-2003)]]
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The third video is the most recalled and most notable video out of the three. It contained a man with a knife, stabbing himself in his mouth, as if he was brushing his teeth with it.<ref> [https://www.movie-list.com/forum/showthread.php?1060-The-Ring-(2-clips)-ADULTS-ONLY! Forum thread in which users talk about the clip.]</ref>
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==Availability==
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Once the marketing was done the websites were shut down making the trailers/teasers lost. It's unknown whether the trailers/teasers would be uploaded to the internet or included in another DVD release.
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
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[[Category:Lost advertising and interstitial material|Ring]]
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[[Category:Completely lost media|Ring]]

Latest revision as of 15:29, 6 May 2020


The ring.jpg

A poster from the movie.

Status: Lost

Before the 2002 movie The Ring came out in America, there was a large amount of hidden advertisements through random websites. This ranged from information about the characters, to knowledge about "the tape" itself.[1]

These websites can easily be found on the Wayback Machine's web archive service, but not everything had been snapshotted. This includes three teaser videos that were hosted on the sites Sadakoisdead.com and Samaraisdead.com

Trailers/Teasers[edit | edit source]

Sadako1.mov[edit | edit source]

This video is said to have been an abstract video, although it's contents aren't exactly known. It is said to have a running time of around 30 seconds.

Sadako2.mov[edit | edit source]

The title of this second video is Sadako2.mov. It's been described to be another, even more, abstract video than Sadako1.mov. However, it's also been said to include spoilers of the movie.

Bloody1.mov[edit | edit source]

The third video is the most recalled and most notable video out of the three. It contained a man with a knife, stabbing himself in his mouth, as if he was brushing his teeth with it.[2]

Availability[edit | edit source]

Once the marketing was done the websites were shut down making the trailers/teasers lost. It's unknown whether the trailers/teasers would be uploaded to the internet or included in another DVD release.

References[edit | edit source]