|Ralph and Rupert|
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The Ralph and Rupert series is a series of brickfilms created by and starring Dave Wardell. It is a dynamic duo brickfilm series that follows Ralph McCormick and Rupert Buckingham who share a house and get into various shenanigans, often as a result of Ralph's stupidity.
The series ran from 2004 to 2005, with the final released film, No News is Good News, promising a continuation that was never produced. Prior to No News is Good News' release, Wardell had also begun scripting a film titled Candyman! The Ralph and Rupert Musical. In 2006, he released a trailer for a Ralph and Rupert film titled Schlockstars, but the film was not completed. Upon returning to brickfilming in 2007, Wardell attempted to produce a Ralph and Rupert Christmas special but was stopped by technical difficulties that prevented his camera from working.
Mad Crazy Scientist (2004)Edit
Ralph takes up inventing and builds a cloning machine, but his clone escapes and begins to wreak havoc.
Magic Marker (2004)Edit
Ralph finds a marker with magical powers that produces anything the holder wishes for.
Ralph talks Rupert into accompanying him to a costume party hosted by their friend Gordon, who has an additional plan up his sleeve.
Ralph and Rupert go to a bank to withdraw their last 100 dollars, and accidentally get caught up with a gang of bank robbers.
No News is Good News (2005)Edit
Ralph and Rupert audition for an opening as newscasters, with some assistance from Gordon.
- ↑ Archive of Dave Wardell's website's Films page
- ↑ Dave mentions upcoming projects
- ↑ Wardell returns to brickfilming and announces the Ralph and Rupert Christmas special
- ↑ Wardell mentions technical difficulties
- ↑ Mad Crazy Scientist release thread
- ↑ Magic Marker release thread
- ↑ Hallowieners release thread
- ↑ Money release thread
- ↑ No News is Good News release thread
|Ralph and Rupert series|
|Mad Crazy Scientist (2004) · Magic Marker (2004) · Hallowieners (2004) · Money (2005) · No News is Good News (2005)|