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Old 06-24-2012, 10:44 AM   #41
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Attention! I refreshed my transcripts of 1-7 episodes. They're perfect now.

Thanks to gobo!!!

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Old 06-24-2012, 12:29 PM   #42
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He was nice enough to briefly answer some of my Turtles script questions so it was cool!
Do tell us!
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:55 AM   #43
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I asked Moss about both scripts and how he came up for them. Shredderville was always meant to be like It's A Wonderful Life. I have always been a big fan of Splinter Vanishes so I asked him was there any decision made from a story point of view for having the Turtles split up to go lead everyday lives. His answer was that he didn't have anything big planned for that story, the episode is just supposed to play on the fear of waking up to see your parents have disappeared. Now who said the Fred Wolf series wasn't deep and only made of goofy, camp plots?

I also asked what it was like working with David Wise and Moss said he didn't work much with David but thinks he's very funny and very prolific.
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Old 06-30-2012, 06:59 AM   #44
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I asked Moss about both scripts and how he came up for them. Shredderville was always meant to be like It's A Wonderful Life. I have always been a big fan of Splinter Vanishes so I asked him was there any decision made from a story point of view for having the Turtles split up to go lead everyday lives. His answer was that he didn't have anything big planned for that story, the episode is just supposed to play on the fear of waking up to see your parents have disappeared. Now who said the Fred Wolf series wasn't deep and only made of goofy, camp plots?

I also asked what it was like working with David Wise and Moss said he didn't work much with David but thinks he's very funny and very prolific.
Cool; thanks for sharing!
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:04 PM   #45
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I asked Moss about both scripts and how he came up for them. Shredderville was always meant to be like It's A Wonderful Life. I have always been a big fan of Splinter Vanishes so I asked him was there any decision made from a story point of view for having the Turtles split up to go lead everyday lives. His answer was that he didn't have anything big planned for that story, the episode is just supposed to play on the fear of waking up to see your parents have disappeared. Now who said the Fred Wolf series wasn't deep and only made of goofy, camp plots?

I also asked what it was like working with David Wise and Moss said he didn't work much with David but thinks he's very funny and very prolific.
I wish someone could publish a book about the 1987 TMNT show, going through all episodes with interviews with the creators, and and epsiode title reference, other works they are based on and stuff. I agree, deep musn't be dark.

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Old 05-26-2019, 11:48 AM   #46
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Mobster From Dimension X Script and Storyboards

Here is the script and some storyboards for "Mobster From Dimension X" from Season 10.
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Here is the script and some storyboards for "Mobster From Dimension X" from Season 10.
Thanks for sharing, but the storyboards are a fan recreation from the script.
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Thanks for sharing, but the storyboards are a fan recreation from the script.
Oh, my mistake. It should have been obvious from the modern font used. They're still fun to look at though.
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