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The Horse That Played Centerfield (1979)

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    Mario Apprentice Forum Member New Member

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    Production credits for The Horse That Played Centerfield, an ABC Weekend Special produced by Ruby-Spears Enterprises in 1979.

    (Opening credits)
    Starring the Voices of: John Erwin, Joan Gerber, Allan Melvin, Don Messick, Howard Morris, Alan Oppenheimer, Brad Sanders

    (Closing credits)
    Executive Producers: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
    Producer: Jerry Eisenberg
    Directors: Rudy Larriva, Manny Perez
    Written by: Sheldon Stark
    Based Upon the Novel by: Hal Higdon
    Story Direction: Ron Campbell
    Character Design: Don Morgan
    Production Design: Lew Ott
    Layout Supervision: Dave High, John Ahern
    Models: Alan Huck, Gordon Kent
    Background Styling: Eric Semones
    Backgrounds Painted by: Dave High, Phil Lewis, Bill Lorencz, Michele Moen, F. Montealegre, Phil Phillipson, Gary Selvaggio
    Animation Supervision: Ed Solomon
    Animation: Bob Arkwright, Bob Bachman, John Celestri, Ed DeMattia, Sal Faillace, John Gentilella, Chuck Harriton, Ken Kimmelman, Walt Kubiak, Roger Mejia, Ron Myrick, Karen Peterson, Jim Simon, Paul Sparagano, Richard Trueblood, "Tiger" West, Woody Yocum
    Music: Dean Elliott
    Production Supervisor: Natalie Yates
    Xerography: Ralph Coffman
    Ink and Paint Supervisor: Laura Craig
    Color Key: Kit Harper
    Studio Manager: Jeff Cooke
    Unit Auditor: Henriette Pacile
    Production Assistants: Sandy Benenati, Jodi Berman, Debi Hunn
    Checking: My Bushman, Rena Cappas, Lisa Lydon, Stephen A. Carr
    Editorial Supervisor: David Spence
    Sound Effects Editor: Ron Sawade
    Cel Service: Jerome Stocks, Jim Stocks
    Titles: Robert Schaefer
    Recording Studio: Heider Scoring Service
    Camera: Animation Camera Service
    Dubbing: TV Recorders
    Laboratory: CFI

    (c) Copyright 1979 American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

    Produced by Ruby-Spears Productions, Inc.
    A Filmways Company
    for
    American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

    ~Ben
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    Ooh, good catch, Mario. These one-time productions can be duecedly difficult to chase down. Good of you to transcribe this one. :)
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    And there are three semi-familiar names in the animation booth: Sal Faillace, Bob Bachman and John Gentilella.

    ~Ben

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