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Could it work?


Is this the generation that has now NEVER HEARD of AMV's?

This 90's-anime fan now feels so old.


You're not alone. You would think people could find AMVs on Youtube featuring the two. I still have my old ones from downloading back from 1999 and early 2000s just for the awesome nostalgia.

Just look up older anime titles (80s and 90s anime, usually action) and you'll find some classic amvs on youtube.
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Posted 10/24/17 , edited 10/25/17

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Ejanss wrote:
Is this the generation that has now NEVER HEARD of AMV's?

This 90's-anime fan now feels so old.


You're not alone. You would think people could find AMVs on Youtube featuring the two. I still have my old ones from downloading back from 1999 and early 2000s just for the awesome nostalgia.

Just look up older anime titles (80s and 90s anime, usually action) and you'll find some classic amvs on youtube.


On the subject of old anime AMV's:
The one holy-grail I've been searching for for literally the last twenty-five years is said to be the very FIRST AMV ever made, the opening-ceremony film for AnimEast ('91-'92?) that set the entire history of anime to Dvorak's New World Symphony, 4th Mv. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9OBf8f55tU ), starting with Gundam and Patlabor battles, and ending with the liftoff from Wings of Honneamise.
It's one of the greatest videos ever made--considered on a historical par with the Daicon IV video--and I used to have it on VHS back in the old club days before it was somehow taped over by mistake.

Anyone similarly geezer enough to have ever seen this, let alone a clue to who/where might have an archive copy for posterity?
Every time I try to search "AMV" and "Dvorak New World", all I get are a bunch of danged One Piece tributes.
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Posted 10/24/17 , edited 10/25/17

Ejanss wrote:


ghostlygirl wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
Is this the generation that has now NEVER HEARD of AMV's?

This 90's-anime fan now feels so old.


You're not alone. You would think people could find AMVs on Youtube featuring the two. I still have my old ones from downloading back from 1999 and early 2000s just for the awesome nostalgia.

Just look up older anime titles (80s and 90s anime, usually action) and you'll find some classic amvs on youtube.


On the subject of old anime AMV's:
The one holy-grail I've been searching for for literally the last twenty-five years is said to be the very FIRST AMV ever made, the opening-ceremony film for AnimEast ('91-'92?) that set the entire history of anime to Dvorak's New World Symphony, 4th Mv. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9OBf8f55tU ), starting with Gundam and Patlabor battles, and ending with the liftoff from Wings of Honneamise.
It's one of the greatest videos ever made--considered on a historical par with the Daicon IV video--and I used to have it on VHS back in the old club days before it was somehow taped over by mistake.

Anyone similarly geezer enough to have ever seen this, let alone a clue to who/where might have an archive copy for posterity?
Every time I try to search "AMV" and "Dvorak New World", all I get are a bunch of danged One Piece tributes.


Thats the sad thing about older amvs and living before the internet boom of youtube downloads. If you find something you love and don't keep it or lose it, its gone forever. And good luck trying to find it.
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Posted 10/24/17 , edited 10/25/17

Ejanss wrote:

On the subject of old anime AMV's:
The one holy-grail I've been searching for for literally the last twenty-five years is said to be the very FIRST AMV ever made, the opening-ceremony film for AnimEast ('91-'92?) that set the entire history of anime to Dvorak's New World Symphony, 4th Mv. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9OBf8f55tU ), starting with Gundam and Patlabor battles, and ending with the liftoff from Wings of Honneamise.
It's one of the greatest videos ever made--considered on a historical par with the Daicon IV video--and I used to have it on VHS back in the old club days before it was somehow taped over by mistake.

Anyone similarly geezer enough to have ever seen this, let alone a clue to who/where might have an archive copy for posterity?
Every time I try to search "AMV" and "Dvorak New World", all I get are a bunch of danged One Piece tributes.

It isn't the oldest I'm aware of, but I don't suppose you mean this AMV?
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Posted 10/24/17 , edited 10/25/17

iriomote wrote:


Ejanss wrote:

On the subject of old anime AMV's:
The one holy-grail I've been searching for for literally the last twenty-five years is said to be the very FIRST AMV ever made, the opening-ceremony film for AnimEast ('91-'92?) that set the entire history of anime to Dvorak's New World Symphony, 4th Mv.

It isn't the oldest I'm aware of, but I don't suppose you mean this AMV?



THAT'S IT!!!!!

AnimeCon '91, I recall that's the one:
Although a cleaner copy seems to be here--How could this have been on YouTube for six years and I didn't know?

Still brings a tear to the eye of us old club-generation fans...
Now, time to pass it on to the youngsters who didn't even grow up with the Daicon IV video.
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well.. Bang dream, K-On.. it seems a possibility
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