July 15th, 2006


Wombles on YouTube

Here are England's famous Wombles on YouTube!

In 1974 they were England's #1 selling pop group. An amazing feat for a fictious band for kids.

I heard thier music years ago but never saw any clips of the TV show or any TV appearances until now. These videos were made in the late 90's when thier music was re-released on CD. PS: if anyone has any Wombles videos that not in PAL format (only NTSC) let me know. I would love to see them.


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Casting Call!

We are presently looking for any interested parties in the Long Island area that want to lend a paw with the upcoming OMGWTF! Furries II.

The OMGWTF! Furries II Trailer

Some filming will happen tomorrow (Attn: amadeus_of_dk and afreaknanimal between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM, and every Sunday thereafter. We currently need some people for various roles, including:

TV Anchorpersons & Field Reporters
An actor playing an indicted fursuited children's performer.
Marty (unless wants to, which we aren't certain about)
Winklypoo (Largest role we're offering, babyfur)
Security Guards/Order of the Coat

Additionally, anyone with experience, we love having some technical staff. We will be filming in the evenings on Thursdys and all-day on Sundays.

Also, we're shipping our new DVD, OMGWTF! Furries: Unlimited Geekdom for all orders placed via PayPal on our website. In addition to the original short-film with some touched-up audio (i.e., the MegaToys sketch), it includes two "Making Of" style featurettes entitled Don't and True Fur, as well as our Lost spoof LOL, and some other stuff. We're also resuming our podcast, and http://www.umgotts.com is the place for that. A preview for the first OMGWTF! can be found on YouTube here, along with a sketch from the film, Tio Kaye y Dos (El Griffion Rantioso).

- Kem