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Ocarinas in Media; In reference and use
Topic Started: 25 Apr 2008, 09:57 AM (35,009 Views)
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IchibodCrane
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I heard vaguely about an ocarina reference on an episode of The Beverly Hillbillies, not that I've seen it. :pendant:
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ZaffiroRubino
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Only one anime I watch, 'GeGeGe No Kitaro'. It was made in the 80s, or so I hear...:ocarina:
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Does anybody know what type of ocarina they use in the pokemon movie? I've never seen on like that before... But it is nice...
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ZaffiroRubino
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I highly doubt its a real kind of ocarina, but it would be nice to have one like that ^.^
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I thought of another one! There is an english style ocarina in Jim Hensons's Dark Crystal. I can't remember what those creatures are, the ones who raised the female gelfling, but one of them was playing an ocarina with six holes on top. It's the scene where the female gelfling introduces those other creatures to the male gelfling, and there's some sort of celebration, I think. I haven't seen that movie in a long time, but I just remember that one scene.
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ZaffiroRubino
Apr 27 2008, 06:22 AM
I highly doubt its a real kind of ocarina, but it would be nice to have one like that ^.^

I have seen an old dial ocarina. The dial changed the key of the instrument, not the note.
I guess I'll have to make a section for TV shows too.
I wish I knew which episode.

EDIT: I went with the newest GeGeGe no Kitaro movie because I cannot seem to find any footage of Kitaro using the ocarina to summon Ittan Momen in the 1984 version or any other.
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ZaffiroRubino
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I can send you part of one of the episodes where he summons him. But it's a little while in the part to show it ^.^; Still a good anime though :D
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That would be great.
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ZaffiroRubino
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5:14-5:20, time when he pulls it out to when he puts it away.

Here you go for the list! :cookie:
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Wow. He uses the ocarina to summon, turns it into a staff, then uses it as a pen in that episode. ROFL
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I know XD It can turn into a whip (or so I heard) and play music on it which has the power to deal damage certain ghosts. (also what I heard from Wiki)

Its a fairly good anime :D I loves it ^.^
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I added My Nieghbor Totoro, Lexx, Dragonball Z #13, Toonami Commercial, Minish Cap, Naruto, and two live performances of Wild Thing!
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Added Haré+Guu (Jungle Wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu) thanks to Foxxy Rin! :nod:

:whistle: "The Ocarina will welcome you back!"
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ImmortalOffspring
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Yar. Does not the game Link's Awakening contain an ocarina?
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I don't have Link's Awakening, but was told it was a whistle. :?

EDIT: There is an ocarina. It will be added soon ;)
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In the LEXX clip, the oc part is at 3:10

I might tab that song sometime, it's a nice little one :)
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Here is a clip featuring an ocarina. it says it's from a ps1 game called Lunar: Silver Star Story

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDmncfwu9zs
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Always happy to see more media references. Thanks Rin! :kiss:

I still laugh at the Lexx clips. She doesn't hold it like a transverse but has
both hands on one side to cover up the fact that she is not actually playing! :XD:
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I'll check out the Link's Awakening later today.

Must play through it for the.... tenth time. :nod:
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Rombrent
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where is the source on "ocarina solo" from 1907.

I thought 1907 was part of the "silent movie" era?
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I saw it mentioned on a UK website that also talked about Maynard G. Krebs, but I confirmed it using The Internet Movie Database. Sound Mix is by Cinematophone and it seems to be in the Synchronized To Record / Early Sound section. I would assume that would mean it has sound.

:D
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In Jungle Wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu, the ocarina was mentioned again in episode 3 of the "DELUXE" series. Link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nIEyFN4x0AA

So, I watched the Minish Cap clip, and noticed that that song he plays is the same as the hidden flute's song in one of the Mario games *forgets which one*


MODedit please use the edit button =) Myung
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I can't find a clip of it being used, but in .Hack//SIGN, the characters use a "Sprite Ocarina" to teleport from one area to another. I don't think it's ever actually played though - they just hold it up in the air and warp.
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Sprite Ocarina

thats what all i could find about that :P
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I added Tu Vuo' Fa' L'Americano, which is a fun song in and of itself. Ocarina starts at 1:52, but you can see him pull it out of his coat pocket a bit earlier than that.
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hey moonsyne theres another ocarina in bleach episode 129. they're sitting in the car and a little girl is playing it. Here's a clip: it's about 9 min into it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MS_xHz7lkg

actually, there are ocarinas in bleach episodes 128-131, but they're all the same exact ocarina except for the one in 129 and 1 at the very end of episode 131, so iono if u wanna include them....
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Just a heads up, I am slowly making my own video clips, with intro and endings, and am replacing the links to other people's videos with my own created ones.

This is mostly because 1- Some Youtube videos have been taken down
2- Some are too long and 3- It's spiffy!
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Pyromanaic21
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sweet...that's awesome...those vids look really nice!!!
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Walden
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Speaking of "Sprite Ocarina", there was one of the lemon-lime softdrinks which had an ad on television a few years ago that was spoofing Zamfir (the famous panpiper) album ads with a parody ad for an ocarina player. I remember seeing it on broadcast television sometime in the early 2000's. Clayzeness used to have it up on their site but now I can't find it.
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I did a youtube search and found this, but no Ocarina Player commercial :(
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3dnW8QJxHD0
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Walden
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Okay, I ran a Yahoo search and found the Clayzeness page for the Ocarina Sprite Commercial: http://www.clayz.com/notes.html
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Much appreciated. Added: Yablo: Master of the Ocarina!

Edit: If anyone knows where I can find Mr. Roger's Nieghborhood #1299 season 6 episode 39 called "Potato Bugs and Cows" which first aired 4/12/1973, I would be grateful for a link!
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Insomnia and TCM has paid off again as I watch a scene from Thousands Cheer (1943) where a reprised "I Dug a Ditch" by Kathryn Grayson (and mens chorus) features a brief look at some large ocarinas played by service men as they walk her home. I have yet to find footage of it, and not much footage at all outside of the infamous USO show.
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I've discovered another for you guys.
Penelope! A wonderful movie.



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Its just in gegege no kitaro its considered a flute not an ocarina. thay also change the shape for some reason in the movie
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Goatmon
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I appreciate what you're doing here, Moon, but I hate sitting through videos that include details that could just be put in the video description.

I'd rather the video just include the video, not extra details I can glance over while watching the actual video, rather than stare for 15 seconds wiating for the video to begin.
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Many of the clips are cut down from hour long episodes or movie segments.
I don't think that a few seconds is too much to wait through compared to that.

;)

Just wait until I finish the Lexx video. it takes parts from several hour long episodes
(as soon as I find one more episode. SO close...)
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28 Sep 2008, 04:03 PM
Many of the clips are cut down from hour long episodes or movie segments.
I don't think that a few seconds is too much to wait through compared to that.

;)

Just wait until I finish the Lexx video. it takes parts from several hour long episodes
(as soon as I find one more episode. SO close...)
That's really beside the point.

It's a matter of practicality to me; The video info is there on the side, ready to be read if I care to know any details. Including them in the actual video before anything has actually begun is kind of annoying and a waste of youtube features.

Example; For my duet video I just included some annotations that popped up during the video without really getting in the way, and it directed people to the guy who helped me make the video without dragging out the time of the video itself.

If you just like including a little intro to the start of every video, that's your call, I'm just sharing my point of view with you here. =P
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I appreciate your opinion. I started doing these before youtube had that feature. While annotation is neat in some videos, it has been annoying in others. I guess everything in moderation.

I admit that I did not design these with the idea that someone would watch all of them together at one time. I thought people would pick and choose clips that they have not heard of or seen only, and members will be viewing only the new ones as they are added. I can imagine watching them all at once could be repetitive. It is not how I imagined the list to be used.

I hoped that people would stumble across the set while looking for one topic on youtube, and discover ocarinas and the TON in the process.
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How about Rurouni Kenshin? :hi:
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Actually when I was trying to make an ocarina my dad was watching Penelope and I saw that part and was thinking "No way, is that an ocarina...?"

And what do you know? It is!

And I remember seeing that Doug episode a million years ago. Skeeter made it out of a stale cafeteria roll if I remember right.
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1953 - Stalag 17

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Video 1 - ocarina sighting @ 3:30, 9:45

video 2 - ocarina sightings or a mention @ 3:42, 7:40

Joey, (played by Robinson Stone) is a shellshocked airman who speaks very little, but is always playing an ocarina.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046359/


1941 Meet John Doe Gary Cooper

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1965 - Addams Family "Thing Is Missing"

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EPISODE

After an altercation with Uncle Fester, Thing suddenly disappears from his box, and the family begins to suspect foul play. At the end Lurch gives Thing an ocarina as a "Welcome Home" present. (2:17 from the end of the episode)
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Speckles, you are a treasure! Have a cookie :cookie: :cookie:

I just wish Hulu videos were downloadable.
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Moonsyne
3 Oct 2008, 08:22 AM
Speckles, you are a treasure! Have a cookie :cookie: :cookie:

Mmmmm.... thanks, I love cookies! *mouth full* :chew:
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