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The Disney's Animated Storybook adaptation of "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" has Scott McAfee voicing Christopher Robin, Kylie Dempsey voicing Roo, the late Richard Erdman voicing Owl, and the late Joe Baker doing the narration.
Cardcaptors have Animax dub for English version and currently we have Cardcaptors in Nelvana of English Version, it's similar to these anime (Rurouni Kenshin & InuYasha). I think that we should add Animax dub on Cardcaptors, they must have different voice actors/actress than Nelvana.
Rhys Huber did not voices Li Showron for Season 3 so he only voices Li for Seasons 1-2, first film, I check video of Season 3 that who voices Li, Li sound like Jordan Kilik.
Alright, I'll try it on one more admin, but I'm messaging you here because you seem more active here. Please, may I become an admin of the Anime VO Wiki for just a little while in order to recover and transfer all the contents in the deleted pages to another wiki?
I understand, but the problem lies with the fact that the content that would be copied isn't on the site anymore. It's all deleted and the only leftovers are the images. I'm not saying I want to associate this wiki with mine, but I am saying that I want to take those deleted articles off your chest and push them somewhere else that you don't have to worry about.
The Anime VO wiki is obviously a wiki about voice actors of anime, and again I get that. But those now deleted articles that i want to copy are for the most part, not about that, so most of the pages wouldn't be directly coping yours.
And also I'm not asking for admin to make improvements to the site, again it's to gain access to those deleted pages and push them somewhere else, so nobody has to worry about all the lost data. If it'd make you feel any better, once I'm done transferring the pages, if you allow me to become one that is, I'll give my role up and be done with it.
The contents will be next to impossible to restore because the numerous errors/spams etc. will prevent us from ever getting back the content to a state where it's accurate. Most pages with international content was so bad that we had to delete it to make it look proper again.
It would be safer to redo the pages from scratch, because that will take less effort.
If you want the pictures, use the snipping tool on your computer. It's the best way to get the images over to that wiki. I can also help out with the images, I have some on my computer also. I don't know if you care about the release dates. We use it in the titles name on this wiki for example.
Probably everything related to voice over, but for now the priority is animation and anime. I know there is a method to recover deleted pages once you're an admin but I'm not actually sure if you can check the edit history of the page without having to actually bring the page back. But if you can, that's exactly what I'm getting at.
It'd be nice if you can recover all the deleted pictures of credits and such, but I'm very much also interested in gaining the content of the pages as I am honestly not invested in retyping information like Arabic names from the credit pictures alone.
I am not sure if there was actually any errors or spams in any of the international articles, but regardless I'm sure it's nothing we couldn't fix.