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davidlynch.com Rarities.

Postby LandonRode » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:02 pm

From my understanding, Dynamic: 01 doesn't have all of the content that was on Lynch's website while it was still active, and I'm pretty sure the Lime Green Set Mystery Disc doesn't fill in all the gaps. So for someone who was never a member of the website, and who only possesses Dynamic: 01 and the Mystery Disc...what am I missing? All I know about the old site is that it had a chat, some original series, that it was interactive, featured a weather report, and had some hidden clips such as a slow zoom-in of Laura Palmer ala the ending scene of Fire Walk With Me. I've seen Dumbland and Rabbits and all the Out Yonders I can, but I don't even know how many Out Yonders there were. And I'm not even sure what the site looked like, or how 'interactive' it was. Can anyone describe more of the site, give me a recalled walk-through? Or, even better, does anyone have some sort of archive of all the stuff that's since never seen the light of day? I'd be glad for either, because I feel I missed a huge opportunity to see Lynch content.

Any other rare clips, not from the site, is great too, for example I never knew about the film discussed in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=60
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Postby LandonRode » Thu Jun 14, 2012 3:44 pm

I've been doing some digging, most of it unsuccessful, but I may as well start something up while I've got anything at all. I was thinking about turning this thread into an archive of content not available on DVDs (that's the key here) such as stuff that was on the now-defunct website or just never mass-produced. The more people give the more I will update this post and probably eventually the first post itself should this prove successful and turn into an archive. So far the only new thing I've discovered about the site is that there were secret codes on certain Lynch dvds, and that you could input them into a phone booth on the website for secret vids. But again, I have no clue what any of this looked like.

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*Phone Booth : This was a section of the pay site that allowed the input of codes in order to watch special videos. One of these is a deleted scene from Eraserhead, introduced by Lynch himself. The code itself was from a (very) hidden extra on the Eraserhead 2000 DVD. I can't find it online, which fills me with a sadness. Apparently Darkened Room was initially only available through solving a puzzle featuring Frank Booth's Mask, but Darkened Room is now available on the Dynamic:01 DVD. If you watch Darkened Room, though, there's a code written on a piece of paper in the prologue about Bananas, which was also used to unlock yet another video, though I can't find anything about its content.
*Original Series : This was a section of the site for original series. "Rabbits" (sans episode 6) has been put on DVD as part of the Lime Green Set's Mystery Disc. "Dumbland" has been released on its own and is featured as its own disc on the Lime Green Set. 3 episodes of "Out Yonder" (which might be all of them) have been released on the Dynamic:01 DVD and the Lime Green Set's Mystery Disc. I read someone discussing this section and they also mentioned something called "Pierre and Sonny Jim", which led me to a strange video with inflated rubber gloves with Dumbland-esque faces on them.
All of the Original Series content not available on DVD:
*Rabbits Episode 3 (Rebekah) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xLYo85DeK8
*Pierre and Sonny Jim: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JY69kb64M_8

Documentaries and Other Stuff:
*Meditation Creativity Peace: This is explained and available for download (for free!) here: http://www.curzoncinemas.com/film_on_de ... ity-peace/ & The site says it best: "The film documents David Lynch’s 16 country tour in 2007-2009 where he gave talks concerning meditation and his creative process."
*Rare Bluebob interview: This was a weird interview shown on french television, relating to the Bluebob music album with John Neff, featuring a shirtless Lynch smeared in grease and a naked woman emerging from a blue-lit cave. There's a story of how this video came to light from Neff himself in this thread, as well as a link to the video: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=60
*Twin Peaks FWWM 20th Anniversary Art Exhibit: This was hosted in 2012 and is mostly self-explanatory, it was an exhibit featuring high-end fanart, essentially. Images from the artists involved are available at this site (some of the pieces, at this time, are still available for purchase): http://www.copronason.com/tpreview2/
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Re: davidlynch.com Rarities.

Postby Montana » Tue Jul 03, 2012 7:38 am

LandonRode wrote:*Phone Booth : This was a section of the pay site that allowed the input of codes in order to watch special videos. One of these is a deleted scene from Eraserhead, introduced by Lynch himself.


What was this scene? Did you see it?
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Postby dugpa » Wed Jul 04, 2012 7:52 am

There was a yahoo group back in the day that archived everything even down to transcripts of the chat logs when David would enter and chat with fans. Someone even wrote a program and posted them to a site called the members lounge. You may have luck finding this in web archives as the original sites are no longer up. Try this one. I can't see if any content is up on my iPad and recall that a lot of it was done in flash.

http://web.archive.org/web/200602051943 ... ounge.net/
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Postby kafard » Wed Jul 04, 2012 11:03 am

Zygron! I still have the prog XY room !
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Postby kafard » Wed Jul 04, 2012 3:02 pm

http://www.kafard.com/nudes.swf
http://www.kafard.com/paintings.swf

(only in flash)


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and a video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--Lw6SdiDg8

I must have a cd with some other things about davidlynch.com, but I don't know where.....
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Postby kafard » Thu Jul 05, 2012 10:01 am

I found this too...
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Re: davidlynch.com Rarities.

Postby LandonRode » Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:17 pm

Montana wrote:
LandonRode wrote:*Phone Booth : This was a section of the pay site that allowed the input of codes in order to watch special videos. One of these is a deleted scene from Eraserhead, introduced by Lynch himself.


What was this scene? Did you see it?


Unfortunately no, hence the interest.

dugpa wrote:There was a yahoo group back in the day that archived everything even down to transcripts of the chat logs when David would enter and chat with fans. Someone even wrote a program and posted them to a site called the members lounge. You may have luck finding this in web archives as the original sites are no longer up. Try this one. I can't see if any content is up on my iPad and recall that a lot of it was done in flash.

http://web.archive.org/web/200602051943 ... ounge.net/


It sounds amazing but unfortunately I don't see anything.

kafard wrote:http://www.kafard.com/nudes.swf
http://www.kafard.com/paintings.swf

(only in flash)


---------------------------
and a video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--Lw6SdiDg8

I must have a cd with some other things about davidlynch.com, but I don't know where.....


Wow, thanks! This and the other stuff you posted gives me a pretty good idea of how it looked.
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