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Goldie Gold/thundarr Combined Credits (1981)

Discussion in 'Additions, Corrections, Comments or Suggestions' started by ScoobyDoo1976, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. For those of you in the know, Goldie Gold and Action Jack was actually paired with Thundarr the Barbarian for the 1981-82 season (both shows were produced by Ruby-Spears, then newly acquired by Taft which already then owned Hanna-Barbera).

    The above link takes you to those rare closing credits.

    Executive Producers: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears

    Directors: Rudy Larriva, John Kimball

    Story Editor: Steve Gerber

    Story: Buzz Dixon, Mark Evanier, Martin Pasko, Ted Pederson, Jeffrey Scott, Roy Thomas, Christopher Vane

    Supervising Story Direction: John Dorman

    Story Direction: Kurt Conner, Rick Hoberg, Mario Piluso, Dick Sebast, Hank Tucker, Doug Wildey, Bill Wray, Louis Woodbury, Bob Kline

    Starring the Voices of: Nellie Bellflower, Henry Corden, Sonny Melendrez, Bob Ridgely, Judy Strangis

    Additional Voices: Booker Bradshaw, Peter Cullen, Alan Dinehart, Walker Edmiston, Avery Schreiber, Stacy Keach, Sr., William Woodson, Terry McGovern, Nancy McKeon, Shep Menken, Lyle Talbot, Al Fann, Janet Waldo, Keye Luke

    Voice Direction: Alan Dinehart

    Models Supervision: Ric Gonzalez

    Models: Alan B. Huck

    Character Design: Jack Kirby, Ric Gonzalez

    Layout Supervision: Larry Huber

    Layout: Kathleen Carr, Hak Ficq, Paul Gruwell, Rick Hoberg, Leo W. Swenson, Fred Irvin, Mario Piluso, Aaron St. John, Wallace Sides, Ian McKenzie

    Westwind Productions Layout Supervision: John Ahern

    Layout: Marcia Bales, Garold Barton, Dan Bolick, Stue Heimdal, Steven Keele, David Kern, Henry Krieger, Ren Olsen, Frank Paur, Keith Sargent, Scott Strong, Mark Swan, Karen Thurman, Doug Vandergrift

    Background Layout Supervision: David High

    Background Layout: John F. Guerin, Bruce Zick

    Titles: John Dorman

    Lettering: Bob Schaefer

    Animation Supervision: Milt Gray and Bill Reed

    Background Styling: Eric Semones

    Color Key: Bunny Semones

    Production Coordinator: Loretta High

    Animation Checking: Patricia Blackburn, Patty Burns, Steven Carr, Norell Nixon

    Assistants to the Executive Producers: Erika Grossbart and Kayte Kuch

    Production Assistants: Joyce Benson, Bryna Melnick, Teri Taylor, Debby Ruby, Cathy Rose

    Studio Manager: Jeff Cooke

    Music: Dean Elliott

    Supervising Film Editor: Chip Yaras

    Effects Editors: Jack Durney, Peter Grives, Karla McGregor, Kevin Spears

    Music Editors: Steve Danforth, Denise O'Hara

    Negative Cutting: Mary Nelson

    Laboratory: C.F.I.

    Re-Recording: T.V.R.



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