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Space Stars (1981) - End Credits

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    ClassicTVMan81X Inbetweener Forum Member New Member

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    If you guys missed out saving the previous posting I did for the Space Stars end credits, here they are for you to see again...

    Executive Producers: Joseph Barbera and William Hanna
    Producers: Gerard Baldwin, Oscar Dufau
    Directors: Ray Patterson, George Gordon, Rudy Zamora
    Story Supervisor: Ray Parker
    Story Editors: Len Janson, Chuck Menville, Kathleen Barnes, David Wise
    Story: Kathleen Barnes, Ray Colcord, Dianne Dixon, Diane Duane, Scott Edelman, Donald Glut, Orville Hampton, Andy Heyward, Len Janson, Earl Kress, Chuck Menville, Frances Novier, J. Michael Reaves, Reed Robbins, Jim Ryan, David Villaire, David Wise, Marc Scott Zicree
    Story Directors: Tom Bird, Barrington Bunce, Ron Campbell, Robert Dranko, Jan Green, Gary Goldstein, Cullen Houghtaling, Chris Jenkyns, Emilie Kong, Larry Latham, Ron Maidenberg, Mario Piluso, Mike Sekowsky, Al Wilson, Tom Yakutis, Alan Zaslove
    Recording Director: Gordon Hunt
    Assistant to Mr. Hunt: Ginny McSwain
    Voices: Michael Bell, Keene Curtis, Richard Erdman, Virginia Gregg, Darryl Hickman, David Hubbard, Allan Lurie, Sparky Marcus, Chuck McCann, Don Messick, Gary Owens, Mike Road, Stanley Ralph Ross, Steve Spears, John Stephenson, Alexandra Stoddart, B. J. Ward, Lennie Weinrib, Frank Welker, Mike Winslow
    Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke
    Title Design: Bill Perez
    Musical Director: Hoyt Curtin
    Musical Supervisor: Paul DeKorte
    Design Supervisor: Bob Singer
    Character Design: Judie Clarke, Jean Gilmore, Jack Kirby, Jesse Santos
    Layout Supervisor: Don Morgan
    Key Layout: John Tucker
    Layout: Kurt Anderson, Owen Fitzgerald, Drew Gentle, George Goode, Mike Hodgson, Mike Kawaguchi, Mark Kirkland, Ken Landau, Hal Mason, Darrell McNeil, Mike O'Mara, Maurice Pooley, Darrell Rooney, Linda Rowley, Mike Sekowsky, Dean Thompson, David Thwaytes
    Animation Supervision: Jay Sarbry, Don Patterson
    Animation: Frank Andrina, Warren Batchelder, Carole Beers, Becky Bristow, Oliver Callahan, Lars Calonius, Rudy Cataldi, Zeon Davush, Joan Drake, Hugh Fraser, Lennie Graves, Jeff Hall, Terry Harrison, Fred Hellmich, Bob Kirk, T. C. Lennon, Rick Leon, Hicks Lokey, Mircea Manta, Bob Matz, Lori McLaughlin, Ken Muse, Costi Mustatea, Ron Myrick, Karen Peterson, Barney Posner, Morey Reden, Kunio Shimamura, Ken Southworth, Dave Tendlar, Dick Thompson, Bob Tyler, James Walker
    Assistant Animation Supervisor: John Boersema
    Background Supervisor: Al Gmuer
    Backgrounds: Lorraine Andrina, Fernando Arce, Susan Broadhurst, Dario Campanile, Dennis Durrell, Flamarion Ferreira, Martin Forte, Andrea Freeman, Bob Gentle, James Hegedus, Eric Heschong, Jim Hickey, Paro Hozumi, Mike Humphries, Brian Karwan, Phil Lewis, Jeffrey Long, Michele Moen, Michael Morgan, Andy Phillipson, Phil Phillipson, Bill Proctor, Jeff Richards, Jeff Riche, Ron Roesch, Dennis Venizelos
    Checking and Scene Planning: Jackie Banks, Debra Smith
    Xerography: Star Wirth, Dan Forster
    Ink and Paint Supervision: Alison Victory, Margaret Hale
    Sound Directors: Richard Olson, Joe Citarella
    Technical Supervisor: Jerry Mills
    Camera: Allen Childs, Candace Edwards, Curt Hall, Raymond Lee, Ralph Migliori, Joe Ponticelle, Sherry Popovich, Terry Smith, Neil Viker, Roy Wade
    Supervising Film Editor: Larry C. Cowan
    Dubbing Supervisor: Pat Foley
    Music Editors: Daniels McLean, Terry Moore, Joe Sandusky, Robert Talboy
    Effects Editors: Michael Bradley, Cecil Broughton, Sue Brown, Catherine MacKenzie, Joe Reitano, Kerry Williams
    Show Editor: Gil Iverson
    Negative Consultant: William E. DeBoer
    Production Manager: Jeffrey Kahan
    Post-Production Supervisor: Joed Eaton
    Executives in Charge of Production: Margaret Loesch, Jayne Barbera

    A HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTION
    © 1981 Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.

    NOTE: Although the end credits have a 1981 copyright date (so as to it coinciding with the 1981-82 season it finally became part of), it should be known that this series was slated to be part of the NBC 1980-81 Saturday morning lineup, but due to the actors' strike of 1980, it was held back until the 1981-82 season. Additionally, had the series aired in the 1980-81 season as originally intended, it was also to show the various "Space Science" bumpers before and after most segments (Space Mystery, Space Mix, Space Code, et al), another new Herculoids episode, as well as edited Jetsons reruns.

    When shown in syndication as a 30-minute series, there were two versions of this show: the USA Cartoon Express reruns had one segment each of Space Ghost, Teen Force and The Herculoids while on Nickelodeon (?) the Teen Force segments were substituted with Astro & the Space Mutts segments.

    ~Ben
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    Bravo, sir, for keeping excellent track of particulars and air dates. Much of the Database was built upon recognizing the efforts of the animators and production staff, the "lunch box heroes" as Bill Hanna put it, that daily march to their stations and physically build the cartoons. Any further information that puts names to animated production, or the when / how cartoons were packaged and broadcast spackles the holes in this Temple of Truth. I applaud your dedication, Ben. [thumbup]
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    On the DVD, the correct order of segments for the first episode of Space Stars was:
    Space Ghost (1) - "Microworld"
    Teen Force - "Nebulon"
    The Herculoids - "The Firebird"
    Space Ghost (2) - "Planet of the Space Monkeys"
    Astro & the Space Mutts - "Will the Real Mr. Galaxy Please Stand Up"
    Space Star Finale - "Polaris"
    Space Code of the Week: QPMBSJT, which is revealed to be POLARIS (the Space Star Finale of the week) when you go back one letter.

    ~Ben
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    regular voice cast:
    Narrator for all segments: Keene Curtis

    "Space Ghost"
    Space Ghost: Gary Owens
    Jan: Alexandra Stoddart
    Jayce: Steve Spears
    Blip: Frank Welker

    "Teen Force"
    Kid Comet: Darryl Hickman
    Elektra: BJ Ward
    Moleculad: David Hubbard
    Astromites Plutem and Glax: Michael Winslow
    Uglorr: Allen Lurie

    "The Herculoids"
    Zandorr, Igoo, Tundro: Mike Road
    Tara: Virginia Gregg
    Dorno: Sparky Marcus
    Zok, Gloop, Gleep: Don Messick

    "Astro and the Space Mutts"
    Astro: Don Messick
    Dipper, Commander: Lennie Weinrib
    Cosmo: Frank Welker
    Space Ace: Michael Bell
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    Thought Mike Road voiced Zok, just like he did in 1967.
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    Pretty sure Don Messick did the vocals for Zok the laser dragon.

    Mike Road's deeper voice did the roars for Tundro the rhino and Igoo the rock ape.
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    This is dave- I guess I am not logged in at the moment...

    In any case, I just spent a couple hours going over this series. The crew/cast should all be good. I could NOT verify many opg the air dates, so I put this all in as unknown dates. I did pair up the first show as you specified. If you can get me additional shows paired up, I can maybe get some more shows all dated...

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