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TaleSpin Crew Talent Tribute

TaleSpin Voice Talent Tribute
TaleSpin Crew Talent Tribute (Rest Of The Crew)
TaleSpin Animation Talent Tribute
International TaleSpin Voices
TaleSpin Translations Section


Welcome to the first tribute to the men and women behind the series known as TaleSpin. I figured that since the voice talents got their just deserts it was time for the crew to get the same treatment. A lot of people know who Jymn Magon is; however, few know people like James T. Walker or Bob Shellhorn; who worked in the trenches to bring this series forward. This tribute to those people who made this series (and other Disney and non-Disney series) possible. Each credits is listed in pretty much the same way as I did for the Voice Talent Tribute. There is a list of their TaleSpin work; although the main difference is that all of their roles are credited differently (since several members have multiple talents and credits). They are sorted according to episode and most are credited with the people that they worked together with. Then there are the Disney credits that they work with. Note that only their roles are credited and not actual episodes. It would take me too long to record them. Then the Non-Disney credits are issued; with the role that they played in. A total of five credits maximum are recorded for the webpage and more information will be recorded on the additional links present below each summary. Then there is a small summary for each credit listed and a quote from them if need be. You may have noticed that Ginny McSwain, Christopher L. Stone and the animation crews are not on this list. Ginny is in the TaleSpin Voice Talent Tribute (because she worked with the voice talents); Christopher L. Stone's credits and tribute are already done in an editorial I did for him: Christopher L. Stone: The Biggest Unsung Hero in TaleSpin

37th update (05/18/2014)- Reformatted Entire 1st Half Of The TaleSpin Crew Talent Tribute. Several Updates Added.

Note: "Total Resume Credits" is based on what IMDB shows. Actual numbers will most likely be (much) higher considering the amount of work that can be credited and uncredited. All soundtrack credits are from VGMDB which contain the credit lists from the Christopher L. Stone TaleSpin Demo CD; which does not include the entire complete number of soundtracks from the series.


Kurt Anderson

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Mommy for a Day (with Keith Tucker)
Her Chance to Dream (with David Smith)
The Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Rob LaDuca and Chris Rutkowski)
A Spy In The Ointment (with Rob LaDuca and Keith Tucker)
Captains Outrageous (with Rob LaDuca and Chris Rutkowski)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Jill Colbert Trousdale and David Smith)
My Fair Baloo (with Jill Colbert Trousdale, Rob LaDuca and Chris Rutkowski)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with James McLean and Chris Rutkowski)

Disney Work:
The Black Calduron (Assistant Layout)
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard, Key Layout Designer)
Quack Pack (Director)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Storyboard)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Storyboard)
House of Mouse (Storyboard)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Main Title Storyboard)
Tigger & Pooh And a Musical Too (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Smurfs (Layout Artist)
The Kwicky Koala Show (Layout Artist, Character Designer)
The New Woody Woodpecker Show (Director)
The Land Before Time VII: Stone of Cold Fire (Layout Artist)
Balto III: Wings of Change (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: The New Shamoo (1979) - Layout Artist.
DTVA debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Hop (2011) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 18 Animation Department Credits, 29 Art Department Credits, 2 Director Credits.

Summary:

Related to Viki Anderson.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Kurt Anderson's Shared LinkedIn Profile


Viki Anderson

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Ryan Anthony, Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry, John Norton and Sharon Forward)
Plunder and Lightning (Part 3-with Larry Eikleberry, Warren Greenwood, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
On A Wing And A Bear (with Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Roy Wilson)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Roy Wilson)
The Time Bandit (with Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry and Bob Kline)
Gruel & Unusal Punishment (with Jill Colbert Trousdale, Paulette King, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
Destiny Rides Again (with Roy Wilson, Roy Shishido and Paulette King)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1-with Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Assistant Animator – Uncredited)
The Black Calduron (Animator)
Oliver & Company (Animator)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
A Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
The Tigger Movie (Storyboard)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (Storyboard)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Storyboard)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Storyboard)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Storyboard)
Secret Agent Oso (Storyboard)
Sofia The First (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Iron Giant (Storyboard)
The Land Before Time VI: Secret of Sarus Rock (Storyboard)
The Chipmunk Adventure (Animator)
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Assistant Storyboard)
LeapFrog: Learn To Read At The Storybook Factory (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) - Assistant Animator (Uncredited)/Heavy Metal (1981) - Assistant Animator (Taarna segment - as Vicky Wintz).
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Art Department Credits, 8 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Related to Kurt Anderson. Also credited as Vicky (C.) Wintz in Heavy Metal and Heidi's Song.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Viki Anderson's Shared LinkedIn Profile


Ryan Anthony

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Viki Anderson, Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry, John Norton and Sharon Forward)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Warren Greenwood and Roy Wilson)
All Whale That Ends Whale (with Rich Childlaw and George Goode)
On A Wing And A Bear (with Viki Anderson, Larry Eikleberry, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
The Time Bandit (with Viki Anderson, Larry Eikleberry and Bob Kline)
Citizen Khan (with John Dorman and Dan Fausett)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Rich Childlaw and George Goode)
Flying Dupes (With Dale Schott and David Thrasher)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Marsupiliami (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Storyboard)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Additional Storyboard)
Hercules: The Series (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (Storyboard)
Clerks (Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Storyboard)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Captain N: The Game Master (Storyboard)
Adventures In Odyssey: Escape From The Forbidden Matrix (Storyboard)
Tom & Jerry: The Magic Ring (Storyboard)

Animation Debuts: Ducktales (1989) - Storyboard Designer/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Storyboard Designer/ Captain N: The Game Master - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debuts: Ducktales (1989) - Storyboard Designer/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Storyboard Designer.
Final Credits: Tom & Jerry: The Magic Ring (2002) - Storyboard Artist/ The Hunchback of Notre Dame II - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Art Department Credits.

Summary:

Ryan Anthony passed away on May 1st, 2002.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Roman Arambula

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Larry Eikleberry, Jim Willoughby and Roy Wilson)

Disney Work:
TaleSpin is the only work he has done at this time.

Other Works:
Spy Dogs (Storyboard)
Josie & The Pussycats (Layout)
Rocky & Bullwinkle (Animator)
The Addams Family Cartoon (Storyboard)
Tubby the Tuba (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Jot (1967) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist. His only known appearance.
Most Recent Credits: There's No Need To Fear...Underdog Is Here! (2012 - Documentary) – Himself
Total Resume Credits: 8 Art Department Credits, 12 Animation Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1935. Worked for Gamma Productions on "Rocky and Bullwinkle", "King Leonardo", "Hoppity Hooper", "Underdog", "The Beagles", "Go Go Gophers", etc. Drew the "Mickey Mouse" comic strip for Disney from 1975-1990. Román Arámbula worked in animation before he did his first comics work (in Jot in 1967 as his debut). He worked for Hanna-Barbera from 1962 to 1975. He started doing comics for the Disney Studios in the early 1970s. After doing some 'Mickey Mouse' strories for the foreign market, he took over the dialy 'Mickey' strip from Floyd Gottfredson in 1975. He drew the strip until 1989, and from 1984, he also drew the Sunday page. Arámbula has also done illustration work for various Mexican magazines. He returned to animation in the 1990s, working as an assistant director on 'The Oz Kids'.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Interview With Roman Arambula From Animation Guild Blog (Steve Hulett) Part One
Interview With Roman Arambula From Animation Guild Blog (Steve Hulett) Part Two


Andrew Austin

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Save The Tiger (with Sharon Forward, Larry Latham, John Norton and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
Redux Riding Hood (Storyboard)
The Jungle Book Alternative Ending/Jungle Cubs (Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Storyboard Supervisor)
Mickey's House of Villians (Storyboard)
Piglet's Big Movie (Storyboard)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Additional Directing Services)
Bambi II (Additional Story Artist)
Wild About Safety: Timon & Pumbaa Safety Smart Goes Green! (Storyboard)
Wild About Safety: Timon & Pumbaa Saftey Smart At Home (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Animanics (Writer)
Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries (Storyboard)
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Storyboard, Layout)
Siefried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible (Storyboard Cleanup, Storyboard Revisions)
Itsy Bitsy Spider (Layout Artist)

Animation Debut: The Bible: Amazing Book (1988) - Designer (As Andy Austen).
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Storyboard.
Most Recent Credits: Sara Palin: You Betcha! (2011) – Animator.
Total Resume Credits: 12 Animation Department Credits, 21 Art Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Miscellaneous Credits, 2 Thanks Credits.

Summary:

Sometimes known as Andy Austen; Andrew Austin has had 25 years of experience in the field of animation.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Fowler Amusement Company
Official Website


Vincent Bassols

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
Plunder and Lightning (Part 3-with Marsh Lamore)
Vowel Play (with Mircea Mantta and Bob Treat)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Marsh Lamore, Bob Treat and James T. Walker)
Double or Nothing (with Mircea Mantta and Bob Treat)
Feminine Air (with Rick Leon and Bob Treat)
Save the Tiger (with Marsh Lamore)
The Old Man and The SeaDuck (with Bob Treat)
Captains Outrageous
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Marsh Lamore & Bob Treat)
Citizen Khan (with Bob Treat)
Gruel & Unusal Punishment (with Bob Treat)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with James T. Walker)
My Fair Baloo (with Marsh Lamore and Bob Treat)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore and Bob Shellhorn)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Bob Treat)
Jumping The Guns (with Marsh Lamore and Bob Treat)
Sheepskin Deep (with Carole Beers and Bob Treat)
Pizza Pie in the Sky (with Carole Beers)
Destiny Rides Again (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Marlene Robinson May, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)
Mach One For The Gipper (with Bob Treat, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
Stuck On You (with Bob Treat)
The Sound & The Furry (with Carole Beers and Bob Treat)
The Road To Macadamia (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore and James T. Walker)
The Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Marsh Lamore and James T. Walker)
Paradise Lost (with John Kimball, Mitch Rochon and James T. Walker)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Marsh Lamore, Marlene Robinson May, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)

Animation Director:
Paradise Lost (with John Kimball, Mitch Rochon and Bob Zamboni)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Timing Director/Animation Director)
Raw Toonage (Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director/Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director/Timing Director)
Marsupilami (Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Timing Director)
The Brave Little Toaster: To The Rescue (Animation Timing Director)

Other Works:
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (Animation Timing Director)
Batman: The Animated Series (Timing Director)
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Animator)
Dichoso Mordisco (Director)
Phantom 2040 (Director)

Animation Debuts: The Banana Splits Hour (1969) - Animator/ Cattanooga Cats – Animator
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Batman: Mystery Of The Batwoman (2003) Animation Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 55 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit, 3 Director Credits, 2 Writing Credits, 1 Second Unit Director Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:



Additional Credits From IMDB


Bob Baxter

TaleSpin Work:

Overseas Animation Director - Wang Films:
The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink
Bearly Alive
The Old Man and The SeaDuck
Jolly Molly Christmas
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Sheepskin Deep
Mach One for The Gipper

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Darkwing Duck (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Raw Toonage (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Goof Troop (Overseas Animation Supervisor/Animation Supervisor/Animation Director)
Marsupilami (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Bonkers (Unit Supervising Animation Director/Overseas Animation Supervisor)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Supervising Animation Director/Unit Supervising Animation Director)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Supervising Animator - Walt Disney Australia)
Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Aladdin The Series (Supervising Animation Director/Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Quack Pack (Supervising Animation Director: Wang Films)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director/Animator/Supervising Animator - Walt Disney Australia)
Jungle Cubs (Supervising Animator)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Animation Director - Walt Disney Australia)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Supervising Animator: Timon, Pumbaa, Zazu & Rafiki)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Supervising Animator: Max, P.J. & Bobby)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (Second Unit Director: Sydney)
Return to Neverland (Supervising Animation: Captain Hook)
The Jungle Book 2 (Animation Supervisor)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Supervising Animator: Pumbaa, Simba & Hyenas)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (Senior CGI Animation)
Bambi II (Senior CGI Animation)
Brother Bear II (Senior CGI Animation)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Senior CGI Animation)

Other Works:
Animalia (Animator)
Teen Wolf (Animator)
Zigby (Assistant Director)
Pink Panther & Sons (Animator)
The Bearstein Bears: The Hanna Babrera Edition (Animator)

Animation Debut: Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirly/Fonz Hour (1982) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Overseas Animation Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: The Great Gatsby (2013) - Digital Artist (Animal Logic)
Total Resume Credits: 33 Animation Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Visual Effects Credits, 2 Second Unit Credits, 1 Writing Credit.

Summary:



Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog


Carole Beers

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Directors:
The Bigger They Are The Louder They Oink (with Rick Leon, Marsh Lamore, Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
From Here to Machinery (with Marsh Lamore and Bob Shellhorn)
Mommy for a Day (with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Bob Shellhorn and Mircea Mantta)
Bearly Alive (with Mircea Mantta and Richard Tureblood)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Mircea Mantta)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
A Star Is Torn (with Richard Tureblood, Bob Treat, Rick Leon and Marsh Lamore)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with James T. Walker)
War of the Weirds (with Vonnie Baston, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)
The Time Bandit (with Richard Tureblood, Mitch Rochon and Marsh Lamore)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore and Bob Shellhorn)
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Sheepskin Deep (with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Vincent Bassols)
Destiny Rides Again (with Vincent Bassols, Bob Treat, Marsh Lamore, Marlene Robinson May and Bob Shellhorn)
The Sound & The Furry (with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Road to Macadamia (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore and James T. Walker)

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Director)
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation & Timing Directors)
Raw Toonage (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director/Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director/Storyboard Revisions/Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director/Timing Director)
Gargoyles (Animator Director/Timing Director)
Jungle Cubs (Animation Director)
Quack Pack (Animation & Timing Directors)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Additional Animation Director)

Other Works:
I am The Greatest: Adventures of Muhommad Ali (Animation Director, Writer)
The Point! (Animator)
Popeye The Sailor (1960) (Story)
He-Man: Masters of the Universe (1983) (Layout)
An American Tail: Treasure of Manhattan Island (Animation Director)

Animation Debut: The Ten Commandments (1956) - Traveling Mattes (Uncredited)
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) – Director.
Final Credits: Alvin & The Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (Animation Director)
Total Resume Credits: 45 Animation Department Credits, 3 Director Credits, 3 Writing Credits, 3 Art Department Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary:

Carol Ann Beers was born on December 30th, 1935 in Los Angeles County, California. Carole has been in the animation business since 1954 working for many different animation studios including Disney. She was uncredited for travelling matters in the 1956 film The Ten Commandments (The Charlton Heston one). She also worked on several Christmas Specials including Yes Vrigina! There Is A Santa Claus and O'Christmas Tree Cartoon Special. She died on March 16th, 1999 in Solvang, California.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Alan Burnett

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Plunder and Lightning (Act II)
Molly Coddled (Co-Writer with Eric Lewald)
A Baloo Switcheroo (Co-Writer with Ken Koonce and David Wiemers)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Writer)
Ducktales (Story Editor, Writer, Co-Producer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Writer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)

Other Works:
Freakazoid (Writer)
Static Shock (Producer, Supervising Producer)
Superman: The Animated Series (Writer)
The Zeta Project (Supervising Producer)
Ozzy & Drix (Producer)

Animation Debut: Shirt Tales (1982) – Story.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Writer, Story, Co Producer.
Most Recent Credits: Son Of Batman (2014) – Co-Producer
Total Resume Credits: 45 Producer Credits, 37 Writing Credits, 17 Story Editor Credits, 2 Acting Credits, 2 Thanks Credits, 15 Self Credits.

Summary:

He was originally born in Cleveland, Ohio in around 1949. Alan Burnett is a graduate from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in boardcast journalism and then became a graduate from the University of Southern California with a degree in film production. Alan began his career as a page for NBC television and was also an intern for NBC's Children's Programming department. In 1978; Burnett joined Ten-Four Productions and co-produced the first special ever to highlight television commericals; called We'll Be Right Back. Alan then went on to be a staff writer for Hanna-Barbera in 1981 and worked on The Smurfs, The Adventures of Johnny Quest (1980's), Superfriends, Super Powers, Gobots and The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley. He left Hanna-Barbera in 1986 and joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1987 to work on Ducktales, Gummi Bears and Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers. He also wrote the first feature done by WDTVA with Ducktales: The Movie - Treasure of the Lost Lamp and wrote act 2 of TaleSpin's Plunder and Lightning. Plunder and Lightning won an Emmy in 1991. He was the creator of the "Darkwing" in Darkwing Duck when he won an in-house contest to rename the character. Alan would leave WDTVA in 1991 and started work for Warner Brother's in their television division. He has been there ever since; working on Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond and the first Batman animated feature film Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. He is a member of the Writer's Guild of America and has won an award from them recently.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Duane Capizzi

TaleSpin Work:

Story Editor:
Flight of the Snow Duck
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Writer, Story, Story Editor, Teleplay)
Darkwing Duck (Story Editor)
Petal To The Metal (Additional Material)
Bonkers (Supervising Producer, Miranda Episodes, Supervising Story Editor)
Disney's Aladdin: The Animated Series (Writer, Story Editor)
Return of Jafar (Writer)

Other Works:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Writer)
The Big Guy & Rusty (Writer, Supervising Producer)
The Real Ghostbusters (Writer)
Roughneck Chonicles (Writer)
Men In Black: The Animated Series (Writer)

Animation Debuts: A.L.F. The Animated Series (1987) - Story Editor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Story Editor, Teleplay, Writer, Story.
Most Recent Credits: Hardboiled Eggheads (2014) - Writer, Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 25 Writing Credits, 11 Producer Credits, 10 Misc Credits, 2 Self Credits.

Summary:

Duane Capizzi has been a interesting talent in recent years; however, he started his career after graduating from UCLA with a degree in English Literature in 1985. He was a story editor for Alf and Alvin & The Chipmunks. He was a freelance writer thoughout the late 1980's doing such shows as The Real Ghostbusters and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He entered Walt Disney Television Animation in 1990 to start work on the last season of Gummi Bears and story edit the second half of TaleSpin. He was the supervising producer for the first half of Bonkers witch was well done and also worked on Darkwing Duck as a story editor and a writer for the TV series to Aladdin.. He would leave Disney in 1995 to start work on several animation series including being the creator of Big Guy & Rusty, and wrote scripts for Men In Black: The Animated Series.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Kathleen Carr

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Bygones (with Jan Green and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
Disney's Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Storyboards)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboards)
Goof Troop (Storyboards)
PB&J Otter (Storyboards)

Other Works:
Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! (Storyboard)
Snow White & The Magic Mirror (Storyboard)
Meet Julie (Storyboard)
Police Academy The Series (Storyboard)
The Secret of NIHM 2 (Storyboard Artist)

Animation Debuts: Fangface (1978) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Pom Pom & Friends (2012) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 29 Art Department Credits, 8 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Kathleen/Kathy V. Carr (sometimes credited as Kathleen/Kathy Vaslett) has been in the animation industry for 25 years beginning her animation career at Hanna Barbera doing animation and layout. She moved on to Ruby Spears in the layout and background layout in 1982 and ultimately on to storyboarding. She has been employed on to Disney TV working on Gummi Bears, Goof Troop and Tale Spin. She has worked on a variety of productions ranging from series for television to features for DVD's and to theatrical release. She currently works with SD Entertainment (and has since 2005) on My Little Pony, Care Bears, Noddy, and Bob The Builder among others.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog
Official Website


Yi-Chih Chen

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
The Idol Rich (with Bob Kline)
Molly Coddled (with Rich Childlaw and Robert Souza)
Road to Macadamia (with Sharon Forward and John Norton)
Paradise Lost (with Sharon Forward, Chris Rutkowski and Wendell Washer)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
The Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Bravestarr (Storyboard)
Iron Man (Producer, Director)
The Real Ghostbusters (Storyboard)
Xyber 9 (Storyboard)
The Roswell Conspiracies (Storyboard)

Animation Debuts: Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids (1984) – Animator.
DTVA Debuts: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: X-Men Evolution (2001) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 19 Art Department Credits, 7 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Yi-Chih Chin; this young talent began as a student for the California Institute of the Arts. In 1984; he was hired as an artist for Filmation Studios. Between 1984-1998; he was a mainly a storyboard artist for popular cartoons such as She-Ra and BraveStarr. He also produced and directed the last 13 episodes of Iron Man in 1994. In 1999; he left to create his own company called Yi.magination which deals with the convergence of animation and media. He is currently the CEO of that company.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Website


Rich Chidlaw

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
A Touch of Glass (with Jim Mitchell and John Norton)
Molly Coddled (with Yi-Chih Chen and Robert Souza)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Ryan Anthony and George Goode)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Ryan Anthony and George Goode)
The Sound & The Furry (with Holly Forsyth, George Goode and David Prince)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard/Storyboard Clean Up)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard Revisions/Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
Gargoyles (Storyboard)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Storyboard)
Recess (Storyboard)
Belle's Magical World (Storyboard)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Storyboard)
101 Dalimations: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Tarzan & Jane (Storyboard)

Other Works:
AlfTales (Storyboard)
Dan VS. (Storyboard)
Galtar & The Golden Lance (Story Director)
Biker Mice From Mars 2006 Edition (Storyboard)
Gravedale High (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Coonskin (1975) - Ink & Paint Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credit: How To Love A Geek (2014) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 50 Art Department Credits, 2 Animation Department Credits, 1 Producer Credit.

Summary: Storyboard artist Rich Chidlaw (born 1951 - sometimes credited as Richard Chidlaw or John Richard Chidlaw) was an artist of underground comix in the 1970s, contributing to several issues of Last Gasp's Cocaine Comix and Forbidden Knowledge Comics as well as Pure Joy Comix. He has worked on the animated series He-Man, Masters of the Universe (he drew 65 episodes of the first season) and Gargoyles (1994). He has been a professional Storyboard artist for over 38 years working for all the big studios such as Disney, Nickelodeon, Fox and Cartoon Network just to name a few.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Company Profile


Victor Cook

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry, Sharon Forward and John Norton)
Feminine Air (with Robert Souza)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with John Norton and Robert Souza)
Flight School Confidential (with Robert Souza)
Bullethead Baloo (with Holly Forsyth and Robert Souza)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard/Storyboard Clean Up/Writer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Gargoyles (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
101 Dalmations: The Animated Series (Director/Producer)
Filmore! (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Director)
Lady & The Tramp: Scamp's Adventures (Storyboard)
Legend of Tarzan (Director)
Tarzan & Jane (Director)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Director)
Lilo & Sitich! The Animated Series (Director)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Director)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Storyboard)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Storyboard)
Mickey's Treat (Director)

Other Works:
My Blueberry Nights (Scene Artist: Memphis)
21 Grams (Painter)
The Simpsons (Storyboard)
Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic (Director)
Hellboy Animated: Blood & Iron (Director)

Animation Debuts: A.L.F. The Animated Series (1988) - Storyboard Artist/ ALFtales - Storyboard Artist/BraveStarr: The Legend - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debuts: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Stoker (2013) - Scenic Foreman/ Robosapien: Rebooted - Scenic Gang Boss/ Scooby-Doo Stage Fright! - Director, Producer/ Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc. - Producer/Supervising Director.
Total Resume Credits: 25 Art Department Credits, 16 Director Credits, 6 Producer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 4 Animation Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 4 Self Credits.

Summary:

Victor Cook is an American television director, writer, and producer. Cook is perhaps best known for producing and developing for television the animated television series The Spectacular Spider-Man along with Greg Weisman. As a child, Cook was a fan of a cartoon series Ralph Bakshi created. In Kindergarten, he would draw characters such as Spider-Man and Speed Racer, which were his "touchstones" in his younger years along with Jonny Quest. As an adult, Cook worked on several different animated projects including Atlantis: Milo's Return, Driving Me Crazy, The Legend of Tarzan, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Darkwing Duck, and Hellboy: Blood and Iron. Working as a director on Hellboy: Blood and Iron, Cook did not come in until after the initial design for the film's style. Cook was called by Sony Entertainment alongside Greg Weisman to help develop a DVD project about Spider-Man. Both of them wanted to use a style from the early comic book publications of the character that showed him younger, which Cook had never seen done before in any adaption. The idea was reformatted to an animated television series, but they still kept a similar chronicle style where, as Cook describes, "each episode stands alone as its own story, but like the comic book itself it’s a saga. Then each three episodes is a story and those three episodes are what would be on the DVD releases." The original title for the series was The Amazing Spider-Man, based on the comic series of the same name, but by mid-2007 the name was changed to The Spectacular Spider-Man, as well a Spider-Man comic series. Both Weisman and Cook wanted to use the style of Sam Raimi, director of the Spider-Man films, as it had "set the bar" for the fluid movement for Spider-Man. As they were on a specific budget, they wanted to allow the animation to "move" more than anything, giving it simple and stylistic designs. He also looked back on Blood and Iron, which had a "fresh, young, look to it" that appealed to him visually. Cook wanted to make an "iconic" Spider-Man for both new and older generations and "really wanted this to be a two dimensional Spider-man that moved like we’ve never really seen him move in animation before." The Spectacular Spider-Man became very successful in its first season on Kids WB! and entered its second season in America in 2009 on Disney XD.

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Carter Crocker

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
The Idol Rich (co-writer with Libby Hinson and Bruce Talkington)
Polly Wants a Teasure (co-writer with Bruce Talkington)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend

Disney Work:
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer, Assistant Story Editor, Teleplay, Story)
Darkwing Duck (Writer, Story Editor)
Goof Troop (Story Editor)
Bonkers (Story Editor)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Writer)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Writer)
Belle's Magical World (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: A Valentine For You (Writer)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Screenplay - Segment "A Very Goofy Christmas")
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Writer, Story Editor)
Return to Neverland (Additional Written Material)
Sabrina The Teenage Witch In: Friends Forever (Writer)
The Jungle Book 2 (Additional Written Material)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: Shapes & Sizes (Writer)
Sofia The First (Writer)

Other Works:
Little People, Big Discoveries (Writer)
Horseland (Story Editor, Co-Writer)
Barney & Friends (Writer)
Madame's Place (Writer)
Nine Dog Christmas (Writer)

Animation Debut: Madame's Place (1982) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Assistant Story Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2013) - Writer/ SheZow – Writer
Total Resume Credits: 50 Writing Credits, 6 Misc Credits.

Summary:

Back in the early 1980′s when Carter Crocker first began writing for television, the landscape was much different than it is today. Animation was done quickly, inexpensively and often poorly; shows were spit out of the production machine like sausage links, and writers were mere assembly line cogs. It was difficult to rise above the herd and make a name for oneself, but he managed to do it by tackling some of the highest profile brands and making them accessible to the widest possible audience. TaleSpin, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Darkwing Duck, RoboCop: The Animated Series, The Jungle Book 2 and Barney – those are just a handful of Carter’s extensive career credits. He continues his impressive run with one of 2013′s major hit series, the Disney ratings giant Sofia the First.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Industry Insider Interview: Writer - Carter Crocker


Jeremy Cushner

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Time Waits for No Bear (Co-Writer with Karl Geurs)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Last Horizons (Co-writer with Dev Ross and Chuck Tately)
Your Baloo's in the Mail

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Raw Toonage (Writer)

Other Works:
Bump In the Night (Screenplay)
Dream Defenders (Writer)
Cro (Writer, Teleplay)
Mighty Max (Writer, Teleplay)
Street Fighter: The Animated Series (Writer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin - (1990) Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Dream Defenders (2013) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Writing Credits.

Summary:

Also was a script adaptor in The Prince Of Tennis (English Dub) in 2006.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Anime News Network Profile


Martin Donoff

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Flight School Confidential
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
TaleSpin is his only works at this time.

Other Works:
Captain Kangaroo (Writer)
Timeline (Writer)
A.L.F.: The Animated Series (Writer)

Animation Debut: Captain Kangeroo (1983) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Writer.
Most Recent Credit: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Total Resume Credit: 4 Writing Credits.

Summary:

Martin Donoff has worked on more than 125 scripts for television and plays in the 1980's and worked on at least two scripts for Disney. He was the Interim Director for creative writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He also founded a creative writing class at Drexel University and has written three books on creative writing.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Martin Donoff's Profile at Fairleigh Dickinson University
Starblind.com


John Dorman

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Citizen Khan (with Ryan Anthony and Dan Fausett)

Disney Work:
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Storyboard/Storyboard Revisionist/Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Beauty & The Beast: Enchanted Christmas (Storyboard)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Storyboard)
Mickey's House of Villains (Storyboard)
Valiant (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Tick (Storyboard)
The Ripping Friends (Storyboard)
Leprechaun (Artwork)
Hey Good Lookin (Assistant Animator)
Tiny Toon Adventures (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: The Nine Lives Of Fritz The Cat (1974) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Storyboard Artist.
Final Credits: Valiant (2005) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 53 Art Department Credits, 9 Animation Department Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 2 Producer Credits, One Sound Credit, One Self (?Archive) Credit.

Summary:

John Dorman was born in 1952. John Dorman is a storyboard artist with over thirty years experience in character development, writing, narrative conceptualization in film, animation, and game development. John Dorman had worked in animation since 1974, primarily as a board artist, designer and art director. At Ruby-Spears, he supervised the development department where he brought on greats like Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, and Doug Wildey. His list of credits range from Ralph Bakshi’s Hey Good Lookin’ to Spumco’s The Ripping Friends to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas. In the 1980s, he worked as a story director on such series as Thundarr the Barbarian, Goldie Gold and Action Jack, Rubik the Amazing Cube, Mister T and Foofur. Dorman’s credits as a storyboard artist include The New Adventures of Batman, Smurfs, Tiny Toon Adventures, The Ripping Friends and the 2005 animated feature Valiant. He also designed characters for several projects, including an animated Police Academy series. John Dorman passed away on January 29th, 2011 in Glendale, California at the age of 58.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog


Mark Edens

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Gruel and Unusual Punishment (with Michael Edens)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Michael Edens)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Michael Edens)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)
Brand Spanking New! Doug (Writer)
Hercules: The Series (Writer)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Writer)
Don't Look Under The Bed (Writer)

Other Works:
The Centurions (Writer)
The Real Ghostbusters (Writer)
Wing Commander Academy (Writer)
Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (Writer)
Luck of The Irish (Teleplay)

Animation Debut: The Prowler (1981) - Additional Dialogue.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Dream Defenders (2011) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 41 Writing Credits, 4 Misc Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Mark Edward Edens and is the brother of Michael Edens.

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Michael Edens

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Gruel and Unusual Punishment (Co-writer with Mark Edens)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (Co-writer with Mark Edens)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (Co-writer with Mark Edens)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)
Brand Spanking New! Doug (Writer)
Hercules The Animated Series (Writer)
Sabrina The Animated Series (Writer)

Other Works:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) (Writer)
Finley The Fire Engine (Writer)
Ultimate Book of Spells (Writer)
The Real Ghostbusters (Writer)
Dog City (Writer)

Animation Debut: The Prowler (1981) - Additional Dialogue.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credit: Dream Defenders (2011) - Writer, Story.
Total Resume Credits: 14 Misc Credits, 41 Writing Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Michael Edens is the brother of Mark Edward Edens.

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Larry Eikleberry

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Victor Cook, Sharon Forward and John Norton)
Plunder and Lightning (Act I/III-with Viki Anderson, Warren Greenwood, Bob Kline, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
On A Wing And A Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Roy Wilson)
The Time Bandit (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony and Bob Kline)
Pizza Pie in the Sky (with Roman Arambula, Jim Willoughby and Roy Wilson)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Don Manuel and Roy Shishido)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Character Designer, Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)

Other Works:
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Character Design)
Filmation's Ghostbusters (Character Design)
Mister T (Layout)
Sports Billy (Layout)
The Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show (Production Designer)

Animation Debuts: Fat Albert & The Crosby Kids (1979) - Layout Artist/ Sports Billy - Layout Artist/ The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse & Heckle & Jeckle - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1989) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Goof Troop (1993) - Character Designer, Storyboard Artist/ Bonkers - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Animation Department Credits, 7 Art Department Credits.

Summary:

Larry started in layout at Filmation in 1979. In the 1980s he alternated amongst Filmation, Hanna-Barbera, Melendez and Ruby-Spears, working on such shows as "Mighty Mouse", "Heckle and Jeckle", "Quacula", "He-Man and Masters Of The Universe", "She-Ra, Princess of Power", "Scooby-Doo", "The Puppy's Adventures", "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show". For Disney he's done storyboards for "New Adventures of Winnie-The-Pooh"and various other shows. And for a decade, he worked in design at Disney merchandising. Larry now devotes his time to landscapes and portraiture, which he is proficient at.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Larry E's Portfolio: Larry Eikleberry
TAG: The Larry Eikleberry Interview Part 1
TAG: The Larry Eikleberry Interview Part 2


Michael Fallows

TaleSpin Work:

Overseas Animation Director - Sunwoo Animation/Walt Disney Animation Japan:
Bullethead Baloo
Stuck On You
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Your Baloo's In the Mail

Storyboard:
Sheepskin Deep (with John Flagg)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Various Roles)
Darkwing Duck (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Goof Troop (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Various Roles)
Marsupilami (Various Roles)
Bonkers (Overseas Animation Supervisor/Timing Director)

Other Works:
Donkey Kong Country (Director)
Miss Spider's SunnyPatch Kids (Producer)
Rolie Polie Olie (Producer)
Babar: The Movie (Animator)
My Little Pony: The Movie (Supervising Animator)

Animation Debut: Take Me Up To The Ball Game (1980) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Various Roles.
Most Recent Credits: Babar & The Adventures of Badou (2011) – Director.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Animation Department Credits, 11 Director Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Mike Fallows came from the Sheridan College in the mid 1970's and started working for Marvel Comics and Nelvana in 1985 as an Overseas Animation Supervisor. He then followed as a freelancer working with Disney Television Animation and Funbag, Phoenix Animation, Bear Spots and Hanna Barbara on various roles. His main role was with Nelvana and Corus Entertainment starting in 1988 and has worked ever since. His works include The Santa Claus Brothers, Rolie Polie Olie, Donkey Kong Country, Jane & The Dragon, The Future is Wild and Pecola among others. His most recent role is a CGI television version of Babar & The Adventures of Badou.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Mike Fallows' LinkedIn Profile


Dan Fausett

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Citizen Khan (with Ryan Anthony and John Dorman)

Disney Work:
The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea (Storyboard)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Storyboard)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Sonic The Hedgehog (1993) (Storyboard)
ALF Tales (Storyboard)
God, The Devil & Bob (Director)
Invasion America (Director, Producer)
Adventures iIn Odyssey: In Harm's Way (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Spider-Man (1981) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist. Only known appearance.
Most Recent Credit: Hulk & The Agents of SMASH (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 44 Art Department Credits, 31 Animation Department Credits, 6 Director Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit, 2 Misc Credits.

Summary:

Born on September 24th, 1965. An highly-experienced storyboard artist with more than 100 movie and TV credits, Dan Fausett has worked on productions including the original BIONICLE® trilogy of DVDs, Space Jam and the X-Men TV series.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Dan Fausett's LinkedIn Profile
Official Website


John Flagg

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Sheepskin Deep (with Mike Fallows)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Return to Neverland (Storyboard)
Handy Mandy (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Hey Arnold! (Storyboard)
The Magic School Bus (Storyboard)
Beetlejuice: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Bob & Margaret (Storyboard)
Fievel's American Tales (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Droids (1985) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Pac-Man & The Ghostly Adventures (2013) - Storyboard Artist/ Emma's Wings: A Bella Sara Tale - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 42 Art Department Credits, 8 Animation Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

John Flagg has been a freelance storyboard artist in the industry for the last 25 plus years. He has supervised layouts at Nelvana for the past two years. Mr. Flagg has had a prolific career supervised layouts for over hundred different productions in both animation and live-action. John Flagg has also worked as a storyboard artist on animated shows such as Rupert: The Animated Series, Babar: The Animated Series, Eckhart, My Pet Monster, The Backyardigans, Teddy Ruxpin, Arthur, Stick'en Around, Flying Rhino Junior High and Boyz Stuff, Girlz Stuff.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Holly Forsyth

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Polly Wants A Treasure (with George Goode)
Vowel Play (with David Smith and Vincent Trippetti)
A Bad Reflection On You (with George Goode)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (With George Goode)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 2- with George Goode)
Bullethead Baloo (with Victor Cook and Robert Souza)
The Sound & The Furry (with George Goode, Rich Childlaw and David Prince)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Storyboard)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Storyboard Designer)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard)
The Lion King (Layout Drawing - Laughing Hyenas)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search For Christopher Robin (Storyboard)
Belle's Magical World (Storyboard)
Pocahontas 2: Journey To A New World (Storyboard)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (Storyboard)
The Tigger Movie (Storyboard)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
House Of Mouse (Storyboard)
The Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
Kim Possible (Storyboard)
The Emperor New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Storyboard)
Bambi II (Storyboard)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Storyboard)
Tigger & Pooh & A Musical Too (Storyboard)
Tinker Bell & The Lost Treasure (Story)
Secret Agent Oso (Storyboard)
Sofia The First (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Jasper: A Story About A Mule (Character Designer)
Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island (Assistant Animator: Bridging Sequences)
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (Assistant Animator: Bridging Sequences)
Love Thy Neighbour (Storyboard)
The Grinch Grinches The Cat In The Hat (Assistant Animator)

Animation Debut: Fangface (1978) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventure Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 41 Art Department Credits, 9 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:



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Sharon Forward

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry and John Norton)
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV-with John Norton, Frank Paur, David Schwartz, Lonnie Thompson and Wendell Washer)
From Here To Machinery (with John Norton)
Lost Horizons (with Larry Houston and John Norton)
Save The Tiger (with Andrew Austin, Larry Latham, John Norton and David Schwartz)
Louie's Last Stand (with Frank Paur and Lonnie Thompson)
Road To Macadamia (with Yi-Chih Chen and John Norton)
Paradise Lost (with Yi-Chih Chen, Chris Rutkowski and Wendell Washer)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Pocahontas 2: Journey To A New World (Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search For Christopher Robin (Storyboard)
Lion King 2: Simba Pride (Storyboard)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamps Adventure (Storyboard)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Storyboard)
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame 2 (Storyboard)
The Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
Mulan 2 (Storyboard)
The Emperor New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Additional Storyboard)
Leroy & Stitch (Additional Storyboard)
Kim Possible (Storyboard)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Storyboard)
Tigger & Pooh & A Musical Too (Storyboard)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Storyboard)
Secret Agent Oso (Storyboard)
Phineas & Ferb (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Dink: The Little Dinosaur (Storyboard)
Beethoven The Series (Storyboard)
A Snow White Christmas (Layout)
Sectaurs (Titles)
It's Punky Brewster (Story Director Supervisor)

Animation Debut: Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids (1979) - Layout Artist/ Flash Gordon - Layout Artist/ Sports Billy - Layout Artist/ The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse & Heckle & Jeckle - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credit: Secret Agent Oso (2010) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 43 Art Department Credits, 8 Animation Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Sharon Forward (sometimes credited as Sharon Rolni(c)k) started working in animation at the age of 24. She moved from layout to storyboard the following year, and has been storyboarding ever since. Her focus is telling stories that entertain and challenge the viewer. She graduated from Long Beach State, focusing in Portrait Sculpture, and moved into Fashion Illustration before working in the animation field. Sharon received her Masters in Humanities/Art from CSUDH in 1996. Her employers have included Filmation, Ruby Spears, Disney, Universal and various freelance jobs. She is currently working for Disney.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Facebook Profile
Official Blog
TAG Blog - The Many Storyboards Of Sharon Forward Part One
TAG Blog - The Many Storyboards Of Sharon Forward Part Two


Karl Geurs

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Time Waits For No Bear (Co-writer with Jeremy Cushner)

Story Editor:
Stormy Weather
From Here To Machinery
Mommy For A Day
Her Chance to Dream
The Balooest Of The Bluebloods
Double Or Nothing
War Of The Weirds
Captain Outrageous
Jolly Molly Christmas
The Road To Macadamia
The Romance Of The Red Chimp
The Baloo's In The Mail
Paradise Lost

Disney Work:
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer, Director, Producer)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Writer)
Goof Troop (Story Editor, Writer)
Bonkers (Story Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Detective Tigger (Director)
Quack Pack (Story Editor)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Searching of Christopher Robin (Writer, Director, Producer)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Director, Producer, Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Writer)
The Jungle Book 2 (Additional Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: 123s (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Writer)

Other Works:
Dugeons & Dragons (Story Editor)
Baby Looney Tunes (Story Editor)
Little People, Big Discoveries (Producer, Writer, Story Editor)
Star Trek: The Next Generation (Writer)
The C.B. Bears (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Necromancy (1972) - Editor: Video.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Writer, Director, Producer.
Most Recent Credits: Pom Pom & Friends (2012) - Writer/ Barney: Clean Up! Clean Up!
Total Resume Credits: 14 Art Department Credits, 9 Producer Credits, 9 Misc Credits, 25 Writing Credits, 4 Director Credits, 4 Production Manager Credits, 1 Editorial Department Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Born Karl Peter Geurs on June 1st, 1948 in Los Angeles, California.

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Ed Ghertner

TaleSpin Work:

Director:
Stormy Weather
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play
Her Chance to Dream
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing (Co-director with Larry Latham)
The Old Man and the Sea Duck
War of the Weirds (Co-director with Jamie Mitchell)
Captains Outrageous
Jolly Molly Christmas (Co-director with James T. Walker)
My Fair Baloo

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Layout Artist)
The Black Cauldron (Layout Artist)
The Great Mouse Detective (Layout Artist)
Ducktales (Key Layout Stylist)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Art Director, Producer, Key Layout Designer)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Key Layout Designer)
Beauty & The Beast (Layout Supervisor)
The Lion King (Key Layout Artist/Workbook Artist)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Art Director)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Layout Supervisor, Visual Development)
The Making of The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Himself)
Mulan (Key Layout Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Art Director)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Layout Supervisor)
The Making of Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Thanks, Himself)
A Tale As Old As Time: Making of Beauty & The Beast (Himself)
Lorenzo (Layout)
The Little Matchgirl (Layout Supervisor)
Leroy & Stitch (Location Designer)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Location Designer)
Tinker Bell & The Great Fairy Rescue (Location & Prop Designer)
Sofia The First (Location Designer)

Other Works:
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Layout Artist)
Garfield Christmas Special (Layout Design)
Garfield in Disguise (Layout)
Curious George The Movie (Workbook)
The Simpsons (Character Layout Consultant)

Animation Debut: The Lord Of The Rings (1978) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales - (1987) Key Layout Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Bob's Burgers (2013) - Layout Artist/ Sofia The First (2014) - Location Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 25 Animation Department Credits, 3 Art Director Credits, 6 Art Department Credits, 2 Producer Credits, One Director Credit, 2 Thanks Credits, 3 Self Credits.

Summary:

His real name is Edward L. Ghertner and was born in Texas in 1957. Ed is a renowned Layout Artist and Character Layout Artist who has spent over thirty years in film and animation. He started work on The Lord Of The Rings animated movie in 1978. and even handled a Muppet for the first Muppet Movie (uncredited I'm sure). He has worked at Disney Studios and Disney TV. He has worked on some of the great Disney classics including "The Fox and the Hound" (which he debuted in Disney after graduating from college), "Beauty and the Beast", "The Lion King", and the "Huntchback of Notre Dame" and "Mulan." In addition to working with Disney, Ed has worked on the "Curious George" and The Simpsons. Ed is an active member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Academy of television Arts and Sciences, Creative Talent Network.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Ed Ghertner Interview At Character Design
Ed Ghertner's Unofficial Profile


George Goode

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Holly Forsyth)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Ryan Anthony and Rich Childlaw)
A Bad Reflection on You (with Holly Forsyth)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Holly Forsyth)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Holly Forsyth)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Ryan Anthony and Rich Childlaw)
The Sound & The Furry (with Holly Forsyth, Rich Childlaw and David Prince)

Character Design:
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Skip Morgan,Tom Owens and Kenny Tompkins)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Star Trek: The Animated Series (Layout Artist)
PK & The Kid (Assistant Camera)
InHumanoids: The Movie (Main Title Creator)
Officer & A Gentleman (Concept Research)
Transformers (Model/Background Design, Storyboard)

Animation Debuts: My Favorite Martians (1973) - Layout Artist/ Mission: Magic! - Layout Artist/ Star Trek: The Animated Series - Layout Artist/ Lassie's Rescue Rangers - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Final Credits: Spider-Man (1995) - Storyboard Artist/ Johny Quest Vs. The CyberInsects - Design Supervisor, Storyboard Director
Total Resume Credits: 31 Animation Credits, 15 Art Department Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 1 Camera & Electrical Department Credit.

Summary:

George Goode (sometimes credited as George Foster Goode) was born in 1952. He started his animation career in 1973 worked on the animated version of Star Trek as a Layout Artist. He would work for Filmation, Hanna Barbera, DePatie-Frelang, Marvel, Ruby-Spears (with his work on the Transformers) and then Disney with TaleSpin in 1990 as a storyboard artist and did character design for Whom The Bell Klangs (I'm not sure if he did Kathy Dodd or Klang's character designs). George Goode passed away on November 11th, 1994.

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Jan Green

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Stormy Weather (with Swinton Scott and David Smith)
Double or Nothing (with Warren Greenwood and Keith Tucker)
The Old Man And The SeaDuck (with David Smith and Wendell Washer)
War of the Weirds (with Keith Tucker)
Baloo Thunder (with Liz Chapman and David Schwartz)
Bygones (with Kathleen Carr and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard, Storyboard Clean Up)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions, Supervising Animation Director)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Super 6 (Layouts)
Kwicky Koala Show (Story Director)
Scooby & Scrappy-Doo (Story Director)
Fangface (Story Director)
Josie & The Pussycats (Layouts)

Animation Debut: The Alvin Show (1961) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Quack Pack (1996) – Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 71 Art Department Credits, 9 Animation Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary:

Also credited as Jan Strejan.

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Warren Greenwood

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
It Came From Beneath The SeaDuck (with Ryan Anthony and Roy Wilson)
Plunder & Lightning (Part 3-with Viki Anderson, Larry Eikleberry, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
Bearly Alive (with Bob Kline)
Double Or Nothing (with Jan Green and Keith Tucker)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Gargoyles (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective The Series (Storyboard)
Two Moon Junction (Storyboard)
Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (Storyboard)
Darkstalkers (Storyboard)
Alien Racers (Writer)

Animation Debut: The Fantastic Four (1978) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credit: Alien Racers (2005) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 30 Art Department Credits, 3 Animation Department Credits, 2 Writer Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Warren "William" Greenwood. He used to do an insane strip called "Space Dog" for the underground "Cocaine Comix". The first strip of "Space Dog", is about the intrepid canine explorer hauling a shipment of coke across the galaxy with his naked girlfriend. It had nudity and a satiric/approving attitude toward drug use and it's everything underground comics were back then: dangerous and fun and just plain weird. Since then he's worked a few odd storyboarding jobs and stuff - he wrote for "Alien Racers" and did storyboarding for "TMNT".

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Official Website


Terence Harrison

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
Time Waits For No Bear (with John Kimball, Rick Leon, Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
Stormy Weather
Mommy for a Day (with John Kimball)
Her Chance to Dream (with Bob Shellhorn)
A Spy in the Ointment
War of the Weirds
The Time Bandit (with John Kimball, Richard Tureblood, Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
Jolly Molly Christmas
Your Baloo's In the Mail
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The Black Cauldron (Animator)
Fluppy Dogs (Timing Director)
Ducktales (Director)
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Animation Director, Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Timing Director)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Director)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Animation & Timing Director)
Quack Pack (Timing Director)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Animation Director)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Animation Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Animation Director, Director)

Other Works:
In a Nutshell (Animator)
Rocket Robin Hood (Animator)
A Flintstone Christmas (Animator)
11 Steps to Survival (Animator)
Dick Deadeye, or Duty Done (Animator)

Animation Debut: Foo-Foo (1960) - Animator, Director.
DTVA Debut: The Black Cauldron (1985) – Animator.
Final Credits: Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (1999) - Animation Director, Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 54 Animation Department Credits, 14 Second Unit Director Credits, 5 Director Credits.

Summary:

Born in 1932 in England. Harrison was an animator and director on Halas and Batchelor's Foo-Foo (1960). Harrison directed three shorts for the National Film Board of Canada, which included In A Nutshell (1971), Tilt (1972) and 11 Steps to Survival (1973). His other animator credits include Rocket Robin Hood (1966), Wacky Races (1968), The Remarkable Rocket (1974), Max And Mortiz (1977), A Flintsone Christmas (1977), Dynomutt: Dog Wonder (1978), Challenge Of The Superfriends (1978) and Scooby Doo & Scrappy Doo (1979). He worked as an animator and assistant director on The Kwicky Koala Show (1981) and served as a unit director on The Addams Family animated series (1973). For Disney, he was an animator on The Black Cauldron (1985). He was a timing director for Ducktales: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (1990). Harrison had directed 20 episodes of the Ducktales TV series. Additionally, he worked on several direct-to-video projects for the studio, such as Mighty Ducks: The Series (1997) and Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (1999) as animation and timing director; and Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search For Christopher Robin (1997) as animation director. Passed away Febuary 28th, 2007 in England.

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Libby Hinson

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich (Co-writer with Bruce Talkington and Carter Crocker)
Mommy a Day
Her Chance to Dream
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
The Old Man and the Sea Duck
Jolly Molly Christmas
The Ransom of the Red Chimp

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
Raw Toonage (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)

Other Works:
Cro (Writer)
The Secret Garden (Writer)
Horrible Histories (Writer)
Starhill Ponies (Writer)
Big Bad Beetleborgs (Writer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credit: Kid's Ten Commandments: Stolen Jewels, Stolen Hearts (2003) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Writer Credits.

Summary:



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Larry Houston

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Lost Horizons (With Sharon Forward and John Norton)

Disney Work:
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Storyboard)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Pocket Dragons (Storyboard)
Spawn (Storyboard)
X-Men (Director, Storyboard)
The Accuser (Co-Producer)
Fat Dog Mendoza (Producer)

Animation Debut: The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour (1980) - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (2012) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 51 Art Department Credits, 10 Producer Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 4 Director Credits, 2 Camera/Electrical Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

Larry F. Houston (sometimes credited as Larry Dallas) is a regular artist for Stan Lee media for the past 20 plus years. Before he become an animation artist; he was a system analyst and technician for several major computer compaines. He began working for Marvel in the 1980's on the syndicated series Spiderman series. He has worked on multiple projects as a producer, storyboard artist and director on series such as the Fantastic Four, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, Spawn, The Mighty Orbits and Batman: The Animated Series. He has also drawn several comic books including All-Star Squadron, DNAgents and his own creation known as the Vanguards.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Website


John Kimball

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Terence Harrison, Rick Leon, Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Robert Taylor, Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/III/IV - with Richard Trueblood and Bob Zamboni)
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day (with Terrance Harrison)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Star is Torn
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Richard Tureblood and Bob Zamboni)
Last Horizons
Flight of the Snowduck (with Bob Zamboni and Marsh Lamore)
Save The Tiger!
The Time Bandit (with Terence Harrison, Richard Tureblood, Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1- with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
My Fair Baloo (with Rick Leon and Mircea Mantta)
Jumping The Guns (with Marsh Lamore)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
Louie's Last Stand (with Marsh Lamore)
Sheepskin Deep (with Marsh Lamore and Rick Leon)
Road to Macadamia (with Marsh Lamore and Mitch Rochon)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Mitch Rochon)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, Mitch Rochon and Bob Zamboni)

Timing Director:
Stormy Weather (with Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
Plunder and Lightning (Part 4-with Marsh Lamore)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Bob Treat and Marsh Lamore)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, Mitch Rochon and James T. Walker)

Disney Work:
Dad, Can I Borrow The Car? (Additional Photographer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Director, Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director)
Raw Toonage (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director)
Marsupilami (Animation Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Return of Jafar (Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Timing Director, Animation Director)
The Bug Hunt (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Gargoyles (Storyboard Revisions)
Quack Pack (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Timing Director)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Animation Director)
Hercules The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Timing Director)
The Weekenders (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Raggedy Ann & Andy: Musical Adventure (Animator)
The 2000 Year Old Man (Animator)
It's Punky Brewster (Director)
Alvin & The Chipmunks (Director)
Chalkzone (Director)

Animation Debut: Stop, Look & Listen (1967) - Additional Voice.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Director, Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: ChalkZone (2004) – Director.
Total Resume Credits: 27 Director Credits, 29 Animation Department Credits, 2 Camera/Electrical Department Credits, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary:

John Kimball is a second-generation animator, director, and designer in the L.A. animation industry. Born in 1941, John was surrounded by jam sessions and art classes from an early age. His father, you see, was Ward Kimball, and something of a Renaissance man, being a professional musician and illustrator above and beyond his day job as a directing animator on a string of Disney animated features. John Kimball returned to the Disney Company in 1987, during the formative years of a new corporate division called "Disney Television Animation." . Over the next decade and a half, Mr. Kimball worked on a string of TV Animation projects, everything from episodics to direct-to-video features. (He worked, for example, on the first sequel to the theatrical feature Aladdin.). Over time, John grew more and more frustrated with his work at Disney TVA, because the division limited the responsibilities of directors. His last gig before retirement, directing episodes of Nickelodeon's Chalk Zone.

Additional Credits From IMDB
TAG Blog: The John Kimball Interview Part 1
TAG Blog: The John Kimball Interview Part 2
TAG Blog: The John Kimball Interview Part 3


Paulette King

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Viki Anderson, Jill Colbert Trousdale, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
Destiny Rides Again (with Roy Wilson, Viki Anderson and Roy Shishido)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard Clean Up)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard Revisions)
Goof Troop (Storyboard Revisions)
Bonkers (Storyboard Revisions)

Other Works:
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Assistant Animator)
Happily Ever After (Assistant Animator)
Pinocchio & The Emperor of the Night (Assistant Animator)
Bravestarr: The Legend (Special Effects Assistant Animator)

Animation Debut: Pinocchio & The Emperor Of The Night (1987) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credit: Bonkers (1993) - Storyboard Revisions.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Art Department Credits, 3 Animation Department Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary:



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Bob Kline

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
The Idol Rich (with Yi-Chih Chen)
Plunder and Lightning (Part I- With Larry Eikleberry and Hank Tucker)
Bearly Alive (with Warren Greenwood)
The Time Bandit (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony and Larry Eikleberry)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Pedal To The Metal (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Gargoyles (Development Designs, Director, Producer)
The Mighty Ducks: The Series (Storyboard)
Belle's Magical World (Director,Producer)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard, Director)
Kim Possible (Storyboard)
House of Mouse (Storyboard)
Mickey, Donald Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Art Director)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Art Director)
Minnie's Bow-Toons (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Animaniacs (Director)
The Space Sentinels (Storyboard Director)
Dungeons & Dragons (Main Title)
G.I. Joe (Storyboard)
He-Man: Masters of the Universe (1983) (Storyboard)

Animation Debuts: My Favorite Martians (1973) - Layout Artist/ Mission: Magic! - Layout Artist/ Lassie's Rescue Rangers - Layout Artist/ Star Trek: The Animated Series - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1988) - Storyboard Artist/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Minnie's Bow-Toons (2011) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 37 Art Department Credits, 14 Animation Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 5 Director Credits, 5 Art Director Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Bob Kline is a thirty-three year veteran of the animation business. From 1973 to 1987 he worked at a variety of studios that produced series television animation. They included Filmation, Ruby & Spears and Marvel. His job titles during those years included layout artist, storyboard artist, storyboard supervisor, development artist, key background painter, and character designer. Among the shows Bob contributed to are Star Trek: The Animated Series, Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids, The New Adventures of Batman , Tarzan, Lord Of The Jungle, Blackstar, Flash Gordon, He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe, Thundarr The Barbarian, GI Joe, Dungeons & Dragons, Muppet Babies, My Little Pony, Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series. In 1987, Disney Television Animation hired Bob. His initial involvement was on the first season of the New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh series doing storyboards and design development. Following that he did storyboards for Adventures of The Gummi Bears, and development art for TaleSpin and Darkwing Duck. After that he became development art director contributing to such projects as Bonkers and Gargoyles. As a producer/director Bob helmed Belle's Magical World. As director, he worked on several episodes of Gargoyles and Hercules: The Series. Prior to taking on the art direction chores for Cinderela III: A Twist In Time, Bob was an art director on Mcikey, Donald & Goofy - The Three Musketeers. Bob spent four years in the Air Force as an illustrator, and attended both the California State University at Long Beach and the Art Center College of Design. In the late sixties and early seventies Bob contributed to several fanzines including G.B. Love’s The Rocket’s Blast Comic Collector, Jan Strnad’s Anomly and Gary Groth’s The Fantastic Fanzine.

"There was an attempt from the very beginning to make this a unique show."- Comments about the effort to make this a unique series.

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Company Website


Ken Koonce

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Bearly Alive (Co-writer with David Weimers and Dave Stefan)
On a Wing and a Bear (Co-writer with David Weimers)
A Baloo Switcheroo (Co-writer with David Weimers and Alan Burnett)
The Time Bandit (Co-writer with David Weimers)

Story Editor:
Vowel Play (Co-writer with David Weimers)
Bearly Alive (Co-writer with David Weimers)
On a Wing and a Bear (Co-writer with David Weimers)
A Baloo Switcheroo (Co-writer with David Weimers)
The Time Bandit (Co-writer with David Weimers)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (Co-writer with David Weimers)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (Co-writer with David Weimers)
Sheepskin Deep (Co-writer with David Weimers)
Pizza Pie in the Sky (Co-writer with David Weimers)

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Story Editor, Writer)
Ducktales (Writer, Story Editor, Story, Script, Teleplay, Co-Producer, Producer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Story Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Material)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Story Editor, Script Consultant, Writer)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Writer, Story Editor)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Writer)
Legend of Tarzan (Writer)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Writer)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Writer)

Other Works:
Amazing Feats of Young Hercules (Writer)
Galaxy High School (Head Writer)
Harry & The Hendersons (Writer)
Muppet Babbies (Writer)
Sitting Ducks (Writer)

Animation Debut: Jayce & The Wheeled Warriors (1985) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Writer, Story Editor.
Most Recent Credit: Krypto The Superdog (2005) - Writer/ Brandy & Mr. Whiskers – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 30 Writer Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 2 Producer Credits.

Summary:

Ken Koonce graduated from South Illinois University at Carbondale.

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Rob LaDuca

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
Mommy for a Day (with Terry Hudson)

Storyboards:
A Spy in the Ointment (with Kurt Anderson and Keith Tucker)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Kurt Anderson and Chris Ruthkowski)
Captains Outrageous (with Kurt Anderson and Chris Ruthkowski)
My Fair Baloo (with Kurt Anderson, Jill Colbert Trousdale and Chris Ruthkowski)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard, Overseas Animation Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Prop Design)
Aladdin The Series (Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Director, Producer)
Winnie the Pooh: Boo To You Too (Director)
Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Storyboard Designer)
Disney Princess Stories Volume 2: Tales Of Friendship (Director)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Director)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Director)
Mickey's Adventures In Wonderland (Director)
Mickey's Treat (Director)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Director)
Mickey Mouse's Clubhouse (Director)
Mickey Saves Santa & Other Mouseketales (Director)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Voice of Crab #2, Executive Producer)

Other Works:
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Movie Sqeuence)
The Plague Dogs (Senior Assistant Animator)
Joseph: King of Dreams (Director)
Star Wars: Episode 6- Return of the Jedi (Effects Animator)
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Assistant Animator)

Animation Debut: Tubby The Tuba (1975) - Inbetween Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Jake & The Neverland Pirates (2014)- Voice of Crab #2, Executive Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Art Department Credits, 14 Director Credits, 6 Producer Credits, 7 Animation Department Credits, 4 Visual Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Actor Credit.

Summary:

Rob LaDuca is an American animation producer, director, storyboard artist and animator who debuted with Tubby The Tuba in 1975. In 1979 he was assistant animator on the animated TV film A Family Circus Christmas where he worked together with Glen Keane. A year earlier he was assistant animator on Lord of The Rings. In 1981 he animated American Pop followed the following year by The Plague Dogs. He was effects animator on Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan and Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi and directed the Dreamworks sequel to The Prince of Egypt Joseph: King of Dreams. Then in 2003 he directed a number of episodes of Tutenstein. Rob LaDuca joined Disney TV animation department in the mid-1980's as storyboard designer on a Gummi Bears episode. He then moved to Ducktales where he storyboarded a number of episodes. In the mid-1990's he directed and produced a sequence of Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie followed by helming the first Lion King sequel Simba's Pride. In 2006 Rob directed episodes of Lilo & Stitch: The series and both produced and directed Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.

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Marsh Lamore

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Rick Leon and Richard Tureblood)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Carole Beers, Rick Leon, Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
The Idol Rich (with Mircea Mantta, Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
Plunder & Lightning (with Vincent Bassols, John Kimball, Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn, James T. Walker)
From Here to Machinery (with Carole Beers and Bob Shellhorn)
Mommy for a Day (with Carole Beers, Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
Molly Coddled (with Micrea Mantta and Richard Tureblood)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Vonnie Baston, Bob Shellhorn, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
A Bad Reflection On You (Part 1-with Mircea Mantta, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
A Star is Torn (with Richard Tureblood, Carole Beers, Bob Treat and Rick Leon)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Carole Beers, Bob Shellhorn, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Bob Treat and Rick Leon)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Vincent Bassols, Bob Treat and James T. Walker)
Last Horizons
Flight of the Snowduck (with Bob Treat and John Kimball)
Save The Tiger (with Vincent Bassols)
The Time Bandit (with Richard Tureblood, Carole Beers and Mitch Rochon)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1-with John Kimball, Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
My Fair Baloo (with Vincent Bassols and Marsh Lamore)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Vincent Bassols, Carole Beers and Bob Shellhorn
Flight School Confidential
Jumping The Gunss(with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Louie's Last Stand (with Kathrin Victor)
Baloo Thunder (with Bob Treat and James T. Walker)
Destiny Rides Again (with Vincent Bassols, Carole Beers, Marlene Robinson May, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)
Road to Macadamia (with Vincent Bassols, Carole Beers and James T. Walker)
The Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Vincent Bassols and James T. Walker)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Vincent Bassols, Marlene Robinson May, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)

Animation Director:
Flight of the Snowduck (with Bob Zamboni and John Kimball)
Captains Outrageous (with Bob Shellhorn)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1-with Vincent Bassols)
Citizen Khan (with James T. Walker)
Jumping The Guns (with John Kimball)
Louie's Last Stand (with John Kimball)
Sheepskin Deep (with John Kimball and Rick Leon)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Bob Zamboni, Rick Leon and Mitch Rochon)
Road to Macadamia (with John Kimball and Mitch Rochon)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Timing Director)
Marsupilami (Animation Director)
Raw Toonage (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Animation Director, Timing Director)
The Return of Jafar (Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Gargoyles (Storyboard Revisions)
The Mighty Ducks The Series (Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Quack Pack (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Jungle Cubs (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Pocahontas 2: Journey To A New World (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Additional Animation Director)
Hercules The Series (Animation Director)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Animation & Timing Director)
Clerks (Timing Director)
The Legend of Tarzan (Timing Director)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Timing Director)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Timing Director)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Additional Timing Director)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Timing Director)
101 Dalmatians: Patch's London Adventure (Timing Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)
Kim Possible (Timing Director)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Animation Timing Director)

Other Works:
The Super Mario Brothers Super Show (Storyboard Slugger)
Star Trek: The Animated Series (Animator)
Sonic The Hedgehog (Storyboard Slugger)
The Space Sentinels (Animation Director)
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Director)

Animation Debut: The Archie Show (1968) - Animator/ Fantastic Voyage - Animator/ The Batman/Superman Hour – Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1989) - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2005) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 73 Animation Department Credits, 2 Art Department Credits, 9 Director Credits.

Summary:

Sometimes credited as Marshall La More.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Larry Latham

TaleSpin Work:

Director:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Act II-IV)
From Here to Machinery
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Spy in the Ointment
Double or Nothing (Co-director with Ed Ghertner)
Last Horizons
Save the Tiger
Jumping the Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
The Road to Macadamia
The Ransom of Red Chimp
Paradise Lost

Post-Production Producer:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III)
The Old Man and The SeaDuck
The Time Bandit
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Stuck On You
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Storyboard:
Save The Tiger (with Andrew Austin, Sharon Forward, John Norton and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
Fluppy Dogs (Storyboard Designer)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Raw Toonage (Producer)
Bonkers (Director)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Marsupilami (Series Development)
101 Dalmatians: A Pups' Tale (Director)

Other Works:
The Tick (Cartoon) (Storyboard)
Babes In Toyland (Storyboard)
An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (Storyboard, Director, Producer)
Wing Commander: Academy (Producer)
Super Power Team: Galactic Guardians (Producer)

Animation Debut: The Worm Eaters (1977) - Sound Recordist.
DTVA Debut: Fluppy Dogs (1986) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Curious George (2008) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 36 Art Department Credits, 9 Producer Credits, 5 Director Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Sound Department Credit, 1 Actor Credit.

Summary:

Larry Latham; like many who join the field of animation had a life-long interest in the field. Born in Oklahoma City; Larry is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a degree in motion picture production. Larry had some stints as a sound recordist, production manager, still photographer, editor and was even an actor until 1979. He began his career by being in a training course for assistant animators at Hanna-Barbera. Two months later; he was hired as an apprentice at storyboard design by the studio and he worked there for eight years. He went from artist to producer and contributed to such shows as The Snorks, The Smurfs, newer versions of the Flintstones, Richie Rich and Scooby-Doo among them. He left Hanna-Barbera and the animation field for a few years to train as a director for the American Film Institute (AFI). He returned to Disney in 1989 and made a huge impact as a director for TaleSpin's pilot episode "Plunder and Lightning" which went on to win one of TaleSpin's two Emmy noiminations. He also worked on Bonkers (the shorts; not the tv show bearing the same name) and Raw Toonage before leaving in 1993 to become a freelance director and storyboard artist working on the American Tail sequel, Babes in Toyland and The Tick. He was also known for his interactive work on CD-ROM from Electronic Arts and worked on interactive productions such as Wing Commander Academy, "Mr. Zickerfoose", "Galloping Tintypes" and "Turbo Math 3D". He is not related to Moondog Spot from professional wrestling in anyway.

"We all have high standards and we try to achieve things that have never been seen before, things that stimulate our imagination...."- Larry Latham On TaleSpin's High Standard.
"Quite simply; we wanted real acting...That's why we cast real actors, not cartoon voices." - Larry Latham On The Cast.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Larry Latham LinkedIn Profile


Rick Leon

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Bob Shellhorn)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Marsh Lamore and Richard Tureblood)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
The Idol Rich (with Marsh Lamore, Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
Stormy Weather (with John Kimball and Bob Shellhorn)
Plunder & Lightning (Part I-with Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
Mommy for a Day (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
Her Chance to Dream (with Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
A Star is Torn (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Bob Treat and Richard Tureblood)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Bob Treat and Marsh Lamore)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Carole Beers, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
A Bad Reflection On You (with Jamie Mitchell and Mitch Rochon)
Feminine Air (with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Destiny Rides Again (with Bob Zamboni and Michael Svayko)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Bob Shellhorn, Bob Treat and James T. Walker)

Animation Director:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Robert Taylor, John Kimball and Bob Zamboni)
Molly Coddled (with James T. Walker)
Feminine Air (with James T. Walker)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with James T. Walker)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1- with John Kimball, Marsh Lamore and Bob Zamboni)
My Fair Baloo (with John Kimball and Micrea Mantta)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Mircea Mantta)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with John Kimball and Bob Zamboni)
Sheepskin Deep (with Marsh Lamore and John Kimball)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Marsh Lamore, Bob Zamboni and Mitch Rochon)
Stuck On You (with Michael Svayko and Bob Zamboni)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Director, Timing Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Director, Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director)
Raw Toonage (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Marsupilami (Timing Director)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Return of Jafar (Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director, Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Jungle Cubs (Animation Director, Timing Director)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Animation Director)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Animation & Timing Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Timing Director)
Filmore! (Timing Director)
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Timing Director)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Timing Director)
Kim Possible: A Stitch In Time (Timing Director)
Kim Possible (Timing Director)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Animation Timing Director)
American Dragon Jake Long (Timing Director)
Leroy & Stitch (Timing Director)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Timing Director)
The Empreror's New School (Timing Director)
Special Agent Oso (Timing Director)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Codename: Kid Next Door (Timing Director)
The Jetsons (Animation Director)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (Animation Director)
The Kwicky Koala Show (Animator)
Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo (Animator)

Animation Debut: Scooby's Laff-A Lympics (1978) - Animator/ Challenge Of The Superfriends - Animator/ Godzilla – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Timing Director, Director.
Most Recent Credits: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2011) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 82 Animation Department Credits, 2 Second Unit Director Credits, 3 Director Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Art Department.

Summary:



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Eric Lewald

TaleSpin Work:

Writer:
Molly Coddled (Co-writer with Alan Burnett)
Citizen Khan

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Story)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Writer)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Story Editor, Executive Story Editor)

Other Works:
Stargate: Infinity (Producer)
Young Hercules (Head Writer)
Incoming Freshmen (Writer, Director, Producer, Actor- Luggage Man)
Apple Valley Knights (Executive Producer, Director)
Beetlejuice: The Cartoon (Story Editor)

Animation Debut: Incoming Freshmen (1979) (Writer, Director, Producer, Actor- Luggage Man)
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Dream Defenders (2013) - Writer/ NFL Rush Zone: Season Of The Guardians – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 17 Misc Credits, 31 Writer Credits, 8 Producer Credits, 2 Director Credits, One Actor Credit.

Summary:

Eric Lewald graduated from UT in 1976 with one of the first BAs in Cinema Studies (put together through the College Scholars program).His Scholars thesis consisted of devising and teaching a film appreciation course within the UT "honors" department. Immediately after graduation, Eric and fellow College Scholar Glenn Morgan produced a low-budget feature film, "Incoming Freshmen," which was shot in and around UT, with a cast and crew made up almost entirely of UT students. The completed film was sold to Cannon Films and was released world-wide in 1979. After work on a couple more independent movies, Eric moved to Los Angeles in the early 80s and found his niche as a writer/showrunner in television. His breakthrough came with the sale of a story idea to Hanna-Barbera Productions which was co-written by yet another UT College Scholar, John Loy. Since then Eric has written or supervised the writing of nearly 500 half-hour television episodes, primarily in animation. The studios he has worked for include Disney, Universal, Warner Brothers, MGM, and Twentieth Century Fox, and the series he has supervised have appeared on all of the major television networks. His first major supervisory position was on the animated "Beetlejuice" series for Fox. That led to Eric's being hired to develop and run the 76-episodes of "X-Men: The Animated Series,"a number-one rated series that had two more UT College Scholars -- Mark Edens and Michael Edens -- as its principal writers. Other action series, like "Street Fighter," for the USA Network, "Gargoyles," for ABC, and "RoboCop," at MGM, followed. Eric returned to live-action writing as the supervising producer of the series "Young Hercules," for Universal, a 50-episode companion piece to the more adult "Hercules" and "Xena" series of the late 90s. After over 15 years in the production side of television, in 2001 Eric took a four-year stab at the executive side as Senior Vice-President, Creative Affairs, for a medium-sized production house, DIC Entertainment ("Madeline," "Inspector Gadget," etc.). There he oversaw the contributions of many of the same writers and artists that he had worked with in the past. On the side, Eric and two other UT grads, Glenn Morgan and Bill Nation, own and run the nationally recognized motorcycle dealership, Pro Italia Motors, which can be seen in the "Day in the Valley" episode of the HBO series "Entourage." He is the husband of Juila Jane Lewald (Julia Jane Roberts).

Additional Credits From IMDB
Eric Lewald Profile


Julia Jane Lewald

TaleSpin Work:

Writer:
All's Whale That Ends Whale
Feminine Air (Co-writer with Bruce Talkington)
Jumping the Guns (Co-Writer with Steve Roberts)
The Sound and the Furry

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Teleplay)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Writer)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Writer)

Other Works:
Ultimate Book of Spells (Writer)
Young Hercules (Head Writer)
Avengers (Story Editor)
Lucky (Actor- Nun)
Bureau of Alien Detectors (Story Editor)

Animation Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Dream Defenders (2013) - Writer/ NFL Rush Zone: Season Of The Guardians – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 7 Misc Credits, 32 Writing Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 2 Actress Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Julia Jane Lewald (also known as Julia Jane Roberts) is married to fellow TaleSpin script writer Eric Lewald.

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Jymn Magon

TaleSpin Work:

Co-Conceptual Producer:
All Episodes (With Mark Zaslove)

Supervising Producer:
All Episodes

Story Editor:
A Touch of Glass
It Came From Beneath the Sea Duck
Plunder & Lightning
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection on You
For Whom the Bell Klangs
My Fair Baloo
Louie's Last Stand
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for the Gipper
Stuck on You
The Sound & The Furry

Story Writer:
A Bad Reflection On You (Act II)

Disney Work:
Mickey Mouse Disco (Music Producer, Lyrics "Mousetrap")
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Supervising Producer, Writer, Story Editor)
Ducktales (Writer, Teleplay, Story Editor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Story Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer, Story Editor)
A Goofy Movie (Additional Materials)
Quack Pack (Writer, Story Editor)
The Book of Pooh (Writer)
The Book of Pooh: Stories From The Heart (Writer)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Writer)
The House of Mouse (Writer)
Mickey's House of Villains (Writer)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Writer)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (Writer)
Belle's Princess Stories (Writer)
Dumbo Tales/Campfire Tales/Aseop's Fables (Writer)
Mommy & The Headbangers (Co-Creator/Development)

Other Works:
Archie's Weird Mysteries (Story Editor)
Casper: A Spirited Beginning (Writer)
A Christmas Carol (Adaptation)
Casper Meets Wendy (Writer)
All Dogs Go To Heaven's Christmas Carol (Writer)

Animation Debut: Mickey Mouse Disco (1980) - Music Producer, Composer: "Mousetrap".
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Story Editor, Story, Teleplay, Writer.
Most Recent Credit: Maryoku Yummy (2010) - Head Writer/ Guardian Of The Power Mask - Writer/ Gormiti: The Lord of Nature Returns - Writer/ Strawberry Shortcake: The Berryfest Princess – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 37 Writer Credits, 11 Misc Credits, 5 Producer Credits, 2 Acting Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Born in Detroit, Michigan on December 7th, 1949. Known as a fan of "Omaha the Cat Dancer" and furry-type stories; Jymn Magon began work as a music producer and song writer for Mickey Mouse Disco in the late 1970's. Along with Gary Krisel; Jymn started work in Walt Disney Television Animation in 1984 with Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears as a writer, supervising producer and story editor and pieced together Esiner's idea with Art Villeto. He also wrote several scripts for such DTVA shows as Winnie The Pooh, Ducktales and wrote the pilot for Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers. He is known for putting TaleSpin together in just three days back in 1988 along with another screenwriter Mark Zaslove when TaleSpin was approved. He also went on to write episodes for Goof Troop and Quack Pack (his episode writing was quite good; although I think he's a better leader than writer) . He left Disney in 1996 to work on serveral Casper sequels as a writer and a few Christmas shows. He did try a hand in freelance writing for Mouseworks and House of Mouse before becoming an independent writer outright. In the fall of 1998; Jymn Magon visited the Unofficial Kit Cloudkicker Homepage and wrote a counter editorial to my profile on Kit. He continues to work as a writer for various projects.

"TaleSpin was probably the best series I worked on...It's not your typical sort of animated television program. There's something here that I think touches a sort of 'fantasy nerve' in people & they say: Wow, that's diffrent! I'm gonna watch that show!" - Comment On TaleSpin In General.
"We're very excited about the animation technology. When you see the plane come zooming towards you, it's quite a trill"- Comment On TaleSpin Being The First DTVA Show To Use Computers For Animating The Airplanes.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog
Official Website


Mircea Mantta

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
A Touch of Glass (with James T. Walker)
The Idol Rich (with James T. Walker)
Polly Wants A Treasure (with James T. Walker)
Vowel Play
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1- with Jamie Mitchell)
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 2)
My Fair Baloo (with Rick Leon and John Kimball)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Rick Leon)
Bringing Down Babyface (with James T. Walker)
Bullethead Baloo (with Mitch Rochon and Bob Zamboni)
The Sound & The Furry
Flying Dupes (with Bob Shellhorn)

Timing Director:
A Touch of Glass (with Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Carole Beers, Rick Leon, Marsh Lamore and Bob Shellhorn)
The Idol Rich (with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
Molly Coddled (with Marsh Lamore and Richard Tureblood)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Bob Shellhorn and Carole Beers)
Vowel Play (with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Bearly Alive (with Carole Beers and Rich Tureblood)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Carole Beers)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1-with Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
Double or Nothing (with Vincent Bassols and Bob Treat)
Bullethead Baloo (with Bob Shellhorn, Michael Svayko and Bob Zamboni)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director, Supervising Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director, Director)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Animation Director, Director, Associate Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Quack Pack (Animation Director)
Jungle Cubs (Director)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Animation & Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Hercules: The Series (Animation Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Timing Director)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Additional Timing Director)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Timing Director)
Kim Possible: A Stitch In Time (Timing Director)
Piglet's Big Movie (Timing Director)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Timing Director)
American Dragon Jake Long (Timing Director)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Timing Director)
The Emperor's New School (Timing Director)
Phineas & Ferb (Timing Director)
Special Agent Oso (Timing Director)
Sofia The First (Timing Director)

Other Works:
The Smurfs (Animator)
Casper & The Angels (Animator)
Random! Cartoons (Sheet Timer)
Catscratch (Sheet Timer)
Shirt Tales (Animator)

Animation Debut: The World's Greatest Superfriends (1979) - Animator/ Casper & The Angels - Animator, Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo – Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of The Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Timing Director, Supervising Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2014) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 56 Animation Department Credits, 4 Director Credits, 1 Second Unit Director, 3 Art Department Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Mircea Mantta had been an animator in his native Romania for eight years before he came to Los Angeles to work for Hanna-Barbera in 1979. In the 'seventies and 'eighties he directed and sheet-timed for Hanna-Barbera on "Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo", "Pac Man", "The Little Rascals", "Richie Rich", "The Kwicky Koala Show", and "Smurfs"; Ruby-Spears on "Bunnicula, the Vampire Rabbit"; and Filmation on "She-Ra: Princess of Power". In his eighteen years at Disney he's worked as a timing and animation director on the "TaleSpin", "Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers" and "Gargoyles" series; as well as the Teacher's Pet, DuckTales: The Movie - Treasure of the Lost Lamp, Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh, Gargoyles: Brothers Betrayed, Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving, Piglet's Big Movie and Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time projects ... and he produced the "101 Dalmatians" series. (A busy guy, Mr. Mantta.) And along the way he married Lyn Mantta, the Guild's office manager and guiding spirit.

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Don Manuel

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Mach One for The Gipper (with Larry Eikleberry and Roy Shishido)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Mighty Orbits (Storyboard)
Regin of the Monster (Storyboard)
He-Man: Masters of the Universe (1983) (Storyboard)
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Storyboard)
X-Men (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour (1980) - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: The Avengers: Earth's Mightest Heroes (2012) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 32 Art Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

Sometimes known as Don C. Manuel.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Don Manuel's LinkedIn Profile


James McLean

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Jill Colbert Trousdale and David Smith)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Kurt Anderson and Chris Ruthkowski)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)

Other Works:
He-Man: Masters of the Universe (1983) (Layout)
Hotdog (Titles)
Frontline (Graphics)
The Mansion Cat (Character Animation Layouts)
The New Shamoo (Layout)

Animation Debut: Hot Dog (1970) - Title Sequence.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Tweety's High Flying Adventure (2000) - Storyboard Artist/ The Mansion Cat - Character Animation Layouts.
Total Resume Credits: 15 Animation Department Credits, 11 Art Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Sometimes credited as Jim McClain or Jim McClean. Graduated from Cal State S.F. in 1974 and officially started work in animation in 1978 until 2000. He is a member of the Kala Art Institute since 2004 and now lives in Oakland, California.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Jamie Mitchell

TaleSpin Work:

Director:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale that Ends Whale
A Bad Reflection On You (Part II)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds (Co-director with Ed Ghertner)
For Whom the Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Bullethead Baloo
The Sound & The Furry
Flying Dupes

Post-Production Producer:
Captains Outrageous
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Mach One for the Gipper

Animation Director:
A Bad Reflection On You (with Mircea Mantta, Mitch Rochon and James T. Walker)
Flight School Confidential (with James T. Walker)

Timing Director:
A Bad Reflection On You (Part 2-with Mitch Rochon and Rick Leon)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Timing Director, Associate Director, Character Designer)
Ducktales (Timing Director, Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director, Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Director, Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too! (Director, Producer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Supervising Producer, Director)
Aladdin The Series (Director, Animation Director, Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Timing Director)
Mickey's House of Villians (Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)
Special Agent Oso (Director)
Sofia The First (Director, Producer)

Other Works:
Hey Arnold! (Supervising Producer, Supervising Director)
Planet Kate (Creator)
Fatherhood (Director)
Shooters (Actor – Leper)
Love Thy Neighbour (Timing Director)

Animation Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Timing Director.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2014) - Director, Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 15 Director Credits, 16 Animation Department Credits, 7 Producer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Production Manager Credit, 1 Art Department Credit.

Summary:



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Jim Mitchell

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
A Touch of Glass (With Rich Childlaw and John Norton)

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Animator)
The Black Cauldron (Assistant Animator)
The Great Mouse Detective (Animator)
Ducktales (Storyboard)
Oliver & Company (Storyboard, Story)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Storyboard)
Tokyo Disneyland - Meet the World (??)
Disney Comic/Disney Adventure (Layout Cover)
Enchanted (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Courage the Cowardly Dog (Storyboard Supervisor)
Sliders (Storyboard)
Planetfall Video Game (Character Design, Concept)
Muppet Treasure Island Video Game (Advisor)
Mechwarrior 2 Video Game (Animator)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (2014) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 17 Art Department Credits, 11 Animation Department Credits, 2 Visual Effects Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary:

Another talent that began in Disney's Animation Feature Department in 1981 as an animator for Fox & The Hound. He was the storyman for a promo called Tokyo Disneyland- Meet the World Animation. He animated serveal feature films until 1986 then left to work on several projects for Cannon Films (Over the Top) and other clients until 1988 (Landmark Entertainment, Southern Star Productions and Rich Entertainment Animation). He returned to Disney to become a storyboard artist and designer for Walt Disney Television in 1989. Ducktales and TaleSpin were his only works for DTVA until he moved to senior character artist in creative development in 1990. He did a number of functions including artwork for Disney Comics and cover layout design for Disney Adventures Magazine. He left Disney in 1993 to presue other creative works; including working with theme park attractions and Interactive properties as Jefferson Eliot Design (from 1990-1998). In 1996; he worked with Universal Studio on the tv show Sliders as a storyboard artist. He returned to Disney for a brief time to work as storyboard consultant for Disney Imagineering Theme Park Production before returning to animation in 2000 for Stretch Films and working on Courage The Cowardly Dog". He also worked with Activision on several video games including Mechwarrior 2. He was also an avid scuba diver since 1972 and has done artwork for scuba textbooks for several non-profit organizations. He also has an interest in underwater photography and oceanic natural history. Jim also is a member of the California Art Club and Comic Art Professional Society.

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Russell Mooney

TaleSpin Work:

Overseas Animation Producer - Sunwoo Animation:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich
Plunder & Lightning (Act IV)
From Here to Machinery
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Her Chance to Dream
A Bad Reflection On You
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
Citizen Khan
My Fair Baloo
Flight School Confidential

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Overseas Animation Director, Animation Producer)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Overseas Animation Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Overseas Animation Director, Producer)
Darkwing Duck (Overseas Animation Director, Producer, Post Production Producer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Overseas Animation Director, Timing Director)
Raw Toonage (Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Overseas Animation Director, Animation Director, Timing Director)
Bonkers (Timing Director)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Animation Supervisor)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Animation Director)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
The Replacements (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Animation Supervisor)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (Animation Supervisor)

Other Works:
Mucha Lucha (Animation Producer)
Rocko's Modern Life (Animation Producer)
Duckman (Animation Producer)
Chalk Zone (Animation Producer)
The Centurions (Associate Producer)

Animation Debut: Yellow Submarine (1968) - Inbetween Artist (Uncredited).
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Overseas Animation Director, Animation Producer/ Adventures of the Gummi Bears - Overseas Animation Director, Animation Producer.
Most Recent Credits: Plastic Man (2013) - Overseas Animation Supervisor.
Total Resume Credits: 72 Animation Department Credits, 3 Producer Credits, 10 Director Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 2 Art Department Credits.

Summary:

Russell Mooney is a very experienced talent in the field of animation; having more than 25 years of experience. He has been in many positions; from storyboard, voice talent recording, design, film and video editing, sound effects, music spotting, dubbing , animation directing, slugging, and many others. He started as a Freelance Television Commerical Animator and director in 1976 (and continued on until 1983) working on various Bubblicious commericals, Newport, Smokey The Bear, Chevron, Levi's, Superscope, several newspapers, MacDonald's, Freedent and a even a promo for Woody Allen's "A Midsummer Nights Sex Comedy" to name just a few. His first work as a film and television animator began in 1977 on the feature film "The Mouse and His Child" followed by "Fire & Ice", Heavy Metal and Rolling Stone Magazine Television Special in 1980. He got into the cartoon business in 1984 being an overseas supervisor and associate producer for Nippon Sunrise and Toei Dogo Studio in Japan on such shows as "Roboforce", "Turbo Teen" and "The Centurions". He joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1986 working on The Adventures of the Gummi Bears as the overseas animation producer and supervisor for several studios (Walt Disney Japan, Hanho, Sun Woo, A-1 Studio, T.M.S. and Cuckoo's Nest.) and worked on every Disney series up to Goof Troop before moving on in 1993. He worked as a freelance timing director starting in 1993 on such shows as Duckman, Edith Ann, Mighty Max and The Mask. He was seen recently working on the Chalkzone television series and was doing a sequel to Charolette's Web. He recently founded Russ Mooney Animation and has been working on four projects to be released in the near future: Cap'n Jack (Bobtown Ink- WW1 style series), Flamingo Court, Beach Bunnies and Kameleon Kid (for Jamie Diaz, a Oh Yeah! Cartoon).

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Bruce Morris

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Double or Nothing

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Animator)
The Great Mouse Detective (Story Adapted to Writer)
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
The Little Mermaid (Model Maker, Layout Designer, Visual Development Artist)
Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable (Director)
Pocahontas (Story)
Hercules (Story)
Finding Nemo (Story)
The Princess & The Frog (Story)

Other Works:
Tazmania (Writer)
Tom & Jerry Kids Show (Story)
Droopy's Master Detective (Storyboard)
Denver the Last Dinosaur (Story)
Planet 51 (Storyboard Writer)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Jack The Giant Slayers (2013) - Storyboard Artist: The Third Floor.
Total Resume Credits: 14 Art Department Credits, 10 Writer Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 3 Director Credits, 3 Animation Department Credits, 2 Misc Credits.

Summary:

Known as Bruce M. Morris and raised in Oahu, Hawaii on Kaneohe Marine Corps base. Bruce Morris has been successful in telling tales with a visual acuity for close to two decades. He recently worked with Disney Feature Animation on "The Princess and the Frog." He's worked for Disney as a story artist on Pixar's "Finding Nemo" and as a visual development artist on "The Little Mermaid," and worked as a freelance producer and director for DreamWorks and Warner Bros. Afraid of anything that smacked of real work, Mr. Morris learned to draw and how to tell stories visually. This launched his career at the Walt Disney Studios as an animator, and he subsequently used his unique visuals and storytelling ability to get into the Disney Animation Story Department. Believing firmly in the “Poetry of visuals” and the “Character of dialogue”, to date he has been a key writer and visual storyteller on over fourteen animated features including The Great Mouse Detective, The Little Mermaid, Pocahontas, Hercules, Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron, Finding Nemo, Curious George, Planet 51, and The Princess and the Frog. In addition to his feature work, Bruce has written, produced and directed for animated television series and is currently working on the young adult fantasy book cycle Dimitri’s Garden and writing an animated feature, Betty 99. He is an alumni and past professor of Story Development for California Institute of the Arts and a member of the Animation Writers of America and the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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John Norton

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry and Sharon Forward)
A Touch of Glass (With Rich Childlaw and Jim Mitchell)
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV - with Sharon Forward, Frank Paur, David Schwartz, Lonnie Thompson and Wendell Washer)
From Here to Machinery (with Sharon Forward)
Last Horizons (with Sharon Forward and Larry Houston)
Save The Tiger (with Andrew Austin, Sharon Forward, Larry Latham and David Schwartz)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Victor Cook and Robert Souza)
Jumping The Guns (With Wendell Washer)
Road to Macadamia (with Yi-Chih Chen and Sharon Forward)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Wendell Washer)

Disney Work:
TRON (Effects Animator, Pre-Production Concepts, Production Storyboard)
Something Wicked This Way Comes (Animator)
The Brave Little Toaster (Layout Artist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
A Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
Redux Riding Hood (Storyboard)
Tarzan (Storyboard)
The Emperor's New Groove (Additional Story)
Brother Bear (Story)
Home on the Range (Additional Story)
Chicken Little (Story)

Other Works:
The Killing Fields (Thanks)
Animalympics (Story)
The Chipmunks Adventure (Storyboard, Animator)
Star Chaser: The Legend of Orin (Animator)
Little Dracula (Background Designer, Character Designer)

Animation Debut: Animalympics (1980) - Character Development, Story, Art Director, Animator.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Chicken Little (2005) - Story Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Art Department Credits, 7 Animation Department Credits, 5 Writing Credits, 2 Visual Credits, 1 Art Director Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary:



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Eduardo Olivares

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Frank Paur and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
The Lion King (In-between artist: Timon & Pumbaa)
The Brave Little Toaster To The Rescue (Storyboard)

Other Works:
She-Ra: The Princess of Power (Animator)
Scooby & Scrappy Doo (Animator)
Kwicky Koala Show (Animator)
Jabberjaw (Animator)
The Simpsons (Layout Artist)

Animation Debut: Freedom Is (1976) - Animator/ Jabberjaw – Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Profugas del destino (2010) – Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 48 Animation Department Credits, 11 Art Department Credits, 1 Composer Credit.

Summary:



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Frank Paur

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with David Schwartz)
Plunder & Lightning (Act IV-with Sharon Forward, John Norton, Lonnie Thompson and Wendell Washer)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Eduardo Olivares and David Schwartz)
Louie's Last Stand (with Sharon Forward and Lonnie Thompson)

Key Layout Design:
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Kelly Day and Colette Van Mierlo)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Gargoyles (Supervising Producer, Director)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Spawn (Director)
Abraham & Isacc (Supervising Animator)
Men In Black: The Series (Director, Producer)
Batman: The Animated Series (Director)
Invasion America (Character Design)

Animation Debut: Thundarr The Barbarian (1981) - Layout Artist/ Goldie Gold & Action Jack (Layout Artist).
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: NFL Rush Zone: Season Of The Guardians (2013) - Art Director.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Art Department Credits, 27 Animation Department Credits, 12 Director Credits, 6 Producer Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Art Director Credit.

Summary:

Frank Paur has been in animation since 1981, when he began drawing layouts for Thundarr the Barbarian as a summer job between semesters at Brigham Young University where he was studying fine art and illustration. Since then, he has been involved in some of the most groundbreaking animated series in television including: Batman the Animated Series, Disney’s Gargoyles, Men in Black the Animated Series, and X-Men Evolution. In 1999, he was awarded the primetime Emmy for best animated program one hour or more for his work on Todd McFarlane’s Spawn the Animated Series. Recently Frank has been collaborating with Marvel Entertainment bringing to life such characters as The I nvincible Iron Man, Doctor Strange, The Mighty Thor, The Incredible Hulk, and Wolverine, for the animated Direct to DVD market.

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Official Website


Cathryn Perdue

TaleSpin Work:

Writer:
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for the Gipper

Disney Work:
Goof Troop (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)
Quack Pack (Writer)

Other Works:
The Promise of Love (Actor- Lynn)
Nutcracker: Money Madness & Murder (Actor- Nancy Jones)
Dink: The Little Dinosaur (Writer)
Baby Girl Scott (Actress - Jenny)

Animation Debut: The Promise of Love (1980) - Actress: Lynn.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) – Writer.
Most Recent Credit: Quack Pack (1996) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 5 Writer Credits, 3 Actress Credits.

Summary:



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David Prince

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
The Sound & The Furry (with Holly Forsyth, George Goode and Rich Childlaw)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King & Thieves (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Storyboard)
The Tigger Movie (Additional Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to The Sea (Storyboard)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp: Scamps Adventure (Storyboard)
Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Storyboard)
Piglet's Big Movie (Additional Storyboard)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Storyboard)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Storyboard)

Other Works:
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Animator)
Wolverine & The X-Men (Storyboard)
Heidi's Song (Assistant Animator)
Smurfs (Storyboard)
Denver, The Last Dinosaur (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Heidi's Song (1982) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures (2011) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Art Department Credits, 6 Animation Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:



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Brian Ray

TaleSpin Work:

Oversea Animation Director - Walt Disney Animation Japan:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Stormy Weather
Plunder & Lightning (Act 3)
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
A Baloo Switcheroo
Double or Nothing
Flight of the Snowduck
Save The Tiger
Captains Outrageous
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Louie's Last Stand
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
The Sound & The Furry
Road to Macadamia
Paradise Lost
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Animation Producer, Overseas Animation Director)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Animation Producer: Tokyo, Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Ducktales (Overseas Animation Supervisor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Timing Director, Overseas Animation Producer)
Goof Troop (Timing Director)
Raw Toonage (Timing Director)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Timing Director, Continuity Coordinator)
Bonkers (Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Timing Director)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Timing Director - Studio B)
Timon & Pumbaa (Exposure Sheets)

Other Works:
Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Lipchort)
Madeline: May Fair Madeline (Storyboard Slugger)
Transformers (Storyboard)
Ed, Edd and Eddy (Exposure Sheet Director)
GI Joe: The Movie (Animation Supervisor)

Animation Debut: Peter & The Magic Egg (1983) - Assistant Animator/ Fire & Ice - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Overseas Animation Supervisor/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Overseas Animation Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: Leapfrog: A Tad Of Christmas Cheer (2007) - Sheet Director.
Total Resume Credits: 38 Animation Department Credits, 5 Art Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Known as Brian E. Ray and currently works at Laughing Lions Productions.

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Steve Roberts

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Flight of the Snow Duck
Jumping the Guns (Co-writer with Julia Jane Lewald)
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Writer, Story Editor)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Writer)
Return Of Jafar (Writer)
Quack Pack (Writer)
Timon & Pumbaa's Wild Adventure: Live & Learn (Writer: Law of the Jungle)
Timon & Pumbaa (Writer, Story Editor)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Writer)
House of Mouse (Writer)

Other Works:
Redwall: The Animated Series (Teleplay, Writer Season 1)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) (Writer)
Queen of Swords (Producer, Writer)
Max Headroom (Writer, Producer)
Crique du Soleil: Journey of Man (Writer)

Animation Debut: Sir Henry At Rawlinson End (1980) - Director, Screenplay.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: 22 Hours (2008) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 31 Writer Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 4 Producer Credits, 1 Director Credit.

Summary:



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Mitch Rochon

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
A Bad Reflection On You (Act II- with Jamie Mitchell and James T. Walker)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Bob Zamboni, Marsh Lamore and Rick Leon)
Bullethead Baloo (with Micrea Mantta and Bob Zamboni)
Road to Macadamia (with John Kimball and Marsh Lamore)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with John Kimball)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, John Kimball and Bob Zamboni)

Timing Director:
A Bad Reflection On You (Act II- with Rick Leon and Jamie Mitchell)
The Time Bandit (with Richard Tureblood, Marsh Lamore and Carole Beers)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, John Kimball and James T. Walker)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Timing Director, Animation Director, Supervising Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director, Timing Director)
The Little Mermaid (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Gargoyles (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Animation Director)
Quack Pack (Timing Director)
Jungle Cubs (Animation Director)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search For Christopher Robin (Animation Director)
Belle's Magical World (Director, Timing Director)
Hercules: The Series (Animation Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Timing Director)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Timing Director)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Animation Director)
The Replacements (Timing Director)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Animation Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Spring Time With Roo (Timing Director)
Special Agent Oso (Timing Director)
Phineas & Ferb (Timing Director, Animation Director)

Other Works:
The Chipmunk Adventure (Animation Director)
Starchaser: Legend of Orin (Animator)
Challenge of the Superfriends (Animator)
Wonderwoman (Animator)
Heavy Metal (Key Animator)

Animation Debut: Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure (1977) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Timing Director/ Adventures of The Gummi Bears - Supervising Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Phineas & Ferb (2012) - Timing Director, Animation Director.
Total Resume Credits: 52 Animation Department Credits, 2 Director Credits, 2 Art Department Credits.

Summary:



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Don Rosa

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
I Only Got Ice For You
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck

Disney Work:
Donald Duck Comics (Writer)
Uncle Scrooge Comics (Writer)

Other Works:
There are no other credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 1 Writer Credit. (Does not include the number of comic books he written which may be in the hundreds; mostly for Donald Duck & Uncle Scrooge comics.)

Summary:

Born Keno Don Hugo Rosa in Louisville, Kentucky on June 29th, 1951; Don Rosa is is an American comic book writer and illustrator known for his stories about Scrooge McDuck, Donald Duck and other characters created by Carl Barks for Disney comics, such as The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck. He wrote three scripts for TaleSpin; only two made it to air and it was given as a retirement gift to him.

"'TaleSpin' was an interesting show -- it was based on old adventure movies of the 1930’s which was certainly one of my interests! I soon was getting enthusiastic about giving it my best shot. I even did storyboards for my own scripts for free, trying to make myself valuable. A screenwriter who can also do his own storyboards was just as rare as a comic writer who can draw his own scripts. It turned out that I wrote the first two episodes of the show that were animated in Korea or France (Disney no longer did their own animation), though they were not the first episodes broadcast. The two episodes were 'It Came from Beneath the Seaduck' (a parody of 1950’s giant-monster movies), and 'I Only Have Ice for You' (they liked puns as story titles). I recall that the first script was animated almost exactly the way I wrote it, while the second one was altered totally. But the producers were very gracious; I had written that second script based on the story synopsis they had given me, and they later said that they needed to see that synopsis in script form to realize that it would not work, so I still received full pay and a good review." - Don Rosa, Don Rosa Collection Book Set.

Unofficial Don Rosa Website


Dev Ross

TaleSpin Work

Story Writer:
A Star is Torn
Last Horizons (with Chuck Tately and Jeremy Cushner)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Story, Teleplay)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Teleplay, Voice Dialogue Director, voice of Jermey's Mother)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Writer)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Writer)
Raw Toonage (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)
Return of Jafar (Writer)
Aladdin The Series (Writer)

Other Works:
The Book of Virtues (Writer)
Balto 2: Wolf Quest (Writer)
Land Before Time IV: Journey to the Mist (Writer)
Land Before Time III: Time of Great Giving (Writer)
Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (Writer)

Animation Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Story, Teleplay.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Story, Teleplay.
Most Recent Credits: The Rocks (2013) - Writer, Actress: Tourist.
Total Resume Credits: 19 Writing Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 3 Actress Credits.

Summary:

Dev Ross has worked as a professional actor, writer and director for the last 25 years. She is a graduate from UCLA who studied theatre and creative dramatics. She spent six years as a staff writer for WDTVA on several shows up to Aladdin: The Animated Series and is responsible for writing four of the Land Before Time movies along with Balto II: Wolf Quest for Universal. She has also written several scripts for PBS cartoons and has done several voices (most notable is The Book of Virtues Animated Series). She is now a freelance worker in Sedona, Arizona for the Arizona Commission on the Arts as a teacher; however, she is also continuing her role as a children's entertainment writer in Hollywood.

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Chris Rutkowski

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Kurt Anderson and Rob LuDuca)
Captains Outrageous (with Kurt Anderson and Rob LuDuca)
My Fair Baloo (with Kurt Anderson, Rob LuDuca and Jill Colbet Trousdale)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Kurt Anderson and James McLean)
Paradise Lost (with Yi-Chih Chen, Sharon Forward and Wendell Washer)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard, Storyboard Cleanup)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
The Bug Hunt (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Storyboard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Storyboard)
Clerks (Storyboard)
The Weekenders (Storyboard)
Kim Possible (Storyboard)
Legend of Tarzan (Storyboard)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Storyboard)

Other Works:
King of the Hill (Storyboard: Film Roman)
Biker Mice From Mars 2006 Edition (Storyboard: Film Roman)
Rock A Doodle (Assistant Animator)
What's New Scooby Doo? (Title Designer)
ALF Tales (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Starchaser: The Legend of Orin (1985) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Bob's Burgers (2014) – Storyboards.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Art Department Credits, 1 Visual Credit, 7 Animation Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Chris was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He used to be a music composer and arranger before moving on to storyboard artist and worked for Walt Disney Television Animation with TaleSpin in 1990. He has worked for Disney's Television Animation division ever since working on nearly every Disney cartoon ever created including the most recent Kim Possible. He also worked on a couple of DisneyToon movies such as Aladdin The King of Thieves, The Mighty Ducks Movie and Return of Jafar pilot. He also worked on King of the Hill most recently.

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Dale Schott

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Flying Dupes (with Ryan Anthony and David Thrasher)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer, Overseas Animation Supervisor)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Franklin (Story Editor)
Moville Mysteries (Story Editor)
Rupert (Director, Writer)
Hoze Houndz (Writer)
Secret World of Benjamin Bear (Writer)

Animation Debut: Take Me Up To The Ball Game (1980) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Overseas Animation Supervisor, Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Ella (2013) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 8 Art Department Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 5 Director Credits, 15 Writer Credits, 9 Animation Department Credits, 1 Second Unit Director Credit.

Summary:

Dale Schott was born and raised in Norfolk, ON Canada and is the third Canadian animator from Nelvana Studios to work on a TaleSpin episode . He graduated from an animation program that was started at Sheridan College and began as a director of animation in the 1980's for Nelvana Studios. He went on to direct the two Nelvana Care Bear movies (not the DIC versions), Rock & Rule and the Ewoks TV series. He's been involved with the famous (in Canada anyway) Rupert animated TV series, Franklin (as a story editor), Stickin Around and Moville Mysteries. On December 11th, 2002; Dale was commended for a Recognition of Achievement by the Ontario government. Dale is still working in animation today with Telefilm Canada on two new projects: Hoze Hounds VI and The Secret World of Benjamin Bear. New projects include Kid Vs. Kat, Rated A For Awesome, Carl Squared, Chop Socky Chooks and even wrote a short for Johnny Test!

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David Schwartz

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Frank Paur)
Plunder & Lightning (Act II- with Sharon Forward, John Norton, Lonnie Thompson and Wendell Washer)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Eduardo Olivares and Frank Paur)
Save The Tiger (with Andrew Austin, Sharon Forward, Larry Latham and John Norton)
Baloo Thunder (with Liz Chapman and Jan Green)
Bygones (with Kathleen Carr and Jan Green)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (writer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series (Writer)
Pedal To The Medal (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard, Producer)
Gargoyles (Development Designs)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Legend of Tarzan (Storyboard)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Storyboard)
Teamo Surpemeo (Storyboard)
Clerks (Storyboard)
Tarzan & Jane (Storyboard)
Dave The Barbarian (Storyboard)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Additional Storyboard)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Storyboard)
Leroy & Stitch (Storyboard)
Kim Possible (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Captain Simian & The Space Monkey (Director)
Jumanji (Director)
Channel Umptee-3 (Director)
Rugrats (Storyboard)
Dot & Spot's Magical Christmas Adventure (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: ALF Tales (1988) - Storyboard Artist/ A.L.F. - Storyboard Artist/ Slimer! & The Real Ghostbusters - Storyboard/ Ducktales – Writer.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Curious George Swings Into Spring (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 36 Art Department Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit, 4 Director Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

David started his career differently than most of the crew on this tribute as he began as a private boardcaster; with many years of experience under his belt. For two years he was a morning disc jockey at WNYG in New York City, and then moved to Youngstown, Ohio for WKBU television station and became it's art director. He also during this time; worked as a freelance magazine illustrator and comic book artist. He wrote and draw art for such publications as TV Guide, many of the major comic book publishers, Game Magazine and Scholastic Magazine. That experience was the stepping stones to a career of animation as David moved to Los Angeles in 1987 and began his animation run at DIC Enterprises on shows Alf, Alftales and Slimer! And The Real Ghostbusters. He joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1989 and has been a regular contributor to DTVA ever since.

Additional Credits From IMDB
David's LinkedIn Profile


Jeffrey Scott

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
My Fair Baloo
Paradise Lost

Disney Work:
Disney Sunday Night Movie: Starbike (Writer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer)
Ducktales (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
PB&J Otter (Writer)

Other Works:
Dragontales (Writer)
Adventures of Sonic The Hedgehog (Writer)
James Bond Jr. (Writer, Story Editor)
The Three Stooges Go Around the World In A Daze (Actor- Timmy)
The Muppet Babies (Writer)

Animation Debut: The Three Stooges Go Around The World In A Daze (1963) - Actor: Timmy.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Dragon Age: Blood Mage No Seisen (2012) – Screenplay.
Total Resume Credits: 46 Writer Credits, 13 Misc Credits, 2 Actor Credits, 1 Art Department Credit, 1 Producer Credit.

Summary:

Jeffrey Scott was originally born as Jeffrey Alan Maurer in Hollywood, California and is a famous writer and was a little-known child actor. His parents were famous in their own ways; his father (Norman) was the creator of the first 3D comic book and Joan Howard was the daughter of Three Stooges' very own Moe Howard. Jeffrey began his career as a child actor in motion pictures; including two Three Stooges films which were produced and directed by his father at the time. Six years later; he has wrote a screenplay for the final Three Stooges movie; but it was shelved because the replacement for Larry Fine demanded a huge limo that the producers couldn't afford. While studying art and getting is major in Motion Pictures & Television from UCLA; Jeffrey inked comic books for Western Publishing Company (Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Coyote & Roadrunner, Daffy Duck among them). In a semi-famous American moment; Jeffrey created serveral pieces of art including an American Flag made of US one dollar bills. It still flies today in the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library. He officially changed his name from Alan Maurer to Scott after marrying Sonya Kroch because of people misspelling his original name. Jeffrey started his animation and writing career in 1976 as an assistant story editor and co-story writer for Dynomutt: Dog Wonder and a co-writer of the little known cartoon Clue Club, both from Hanna-Barbera. Within a year; he became a full time writer; penning 39 episodes of Superfriends. To keep himself even more creative; he started to pen live-action television scripts in 1979 with The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo and Lobo in 1981 for Universal. In 1982; Jeffrey Scott made a bit of history again by writing the first 3D (kind with glasses) animated feature: Starchaser: The Legend of Orin. His first Disney work was the Disney Sunday Night Movie: Starbike in 1985 and he wrote about a dozen Disney Television Animation scripts; the last show being PB&J Otter. Jeffrey has written over 600 television scripts for all the major American animation studios in existance and has done a number of scripts for several studios in Europe in recent years (Includes: Zorro: The Animated Series, Ducktales, Dragontales, Mr. Baby and Mega Man among others). He also has penned a number of live action movies and serveral live-action television scripts over the years (Includes: Wake, Rattle & Roll, The Married Couple, Mr. Merlin and Kiss of Death (an internet movie in 2001). In 1988 he managed the worldwide rights to the Three Stooges until 1994 and even wrote a live-stage show version of the Three Stooges at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Scott continues to develop and write stories for various mediums and various genres and has completed his first book "How To Write Animation". Jeffrey currently lives peacefully in Los Angeles.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Jeffrey Scott Website


Swinton O. Scott III

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Stormy Weather (with Jan Green and David Smith)

Disney Work:
Goof Troop (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Simpsons (Director)
God, The Devil & Bob (Director)
What's New Scooby Doo? (Director)
C-Bear & Jamal (Creative Producer)
Static Shock (Producer)

Animation Debut: Fitness & Me: Why Exercise? (1984) - Animation Artist/ The Get Along Gang - Storyboard Artist/ Heathcliff & The Catillac Cats - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Pound Puppies (2013) - Storyboard Artist/ Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest - Supervising Timing Director/ The Looney Tunes Show – Director.
Total Resume Credits: 12 Art Department Credits, 16 Animation Department Credits, 7 Director Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 1 Second Unit Director Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Known as Swinton O'Neil Scott III. Worked for Disney Television Animation from 1987-1991 doing storyboard cleanup. Started with Tom Carter Productions in 1982 and his most recent work has been with Hasbro and is now returned to DTVA on unknown future projects.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog


Bob Shellhorn

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Richard Tureblood)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Rick Leon)
A Touch of Glass (With Mircea Mantta and Richard Tureblood)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Carole Beers, Rick Leon, Marsh Lamore and Mircea Mantta)
The Idol Rich (with Mircea Mantta, Marsh Lamore and Rick Leon)
Stormy Weather (with Jom Kimball and Rick Leon)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I- with Rick Leon, Marsh Lamore and James T. Walker)
From Here to Machinery (with Carole Beers and Marsh Lamore)
Mommy for a Day (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Richard Tureblood)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Mircea Mantta and Carole Beers)
Her Chance to Dream (With Rick Leon and James T. Walker)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Vonnie Baston, Marsh Lamore, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Carole Beers, Rick Leon and Richard Tureblood)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1-with Marsh Lamore, Mircea Mantta and Richard Tureblood)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
War of the Weirds (with Vonnie Baston, Carole Beers and Bob Treat)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore and Vincent Bassolls)
Bullethead Baloo (with Mircea Mantta, Bob Shellhorn, Michael Svayko and Bob Zamboni)
Destiny Rides Again (with Vincent Bassols, Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Marlene Robinson May and Bob Treat)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Bob Treat, Vincent Bassols and James T. Walker)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Rick Leon, Bob Treat and James T. Walker)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Marsh Lamore, Vincent Bassols, Marlene Robinson May and James T. Walker)
Bygones (with James T. Walker)

Animation Director:
Her Chance to Dream (With Terence Harrison)
Captains Outrageous (with Marsh LaMore)
Flying Dupes (with Mircea Mantta)

Supervising Timing Director:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Marlene Robinson May)
The Idol Rich (with Marlene Robinson May)
Stormy Weather (with Marlene Robinson May)
Plunder & Lightning
Mommy for a Day (with Marlene Robinson May)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Marlene Robinson May)
Vowel Play
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Marlene Robinson May)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Marlene Robinson May)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 2)
Balooest of the Bluebloods
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Marlene Robinson May)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Marlene Robinson May)
Double or Nothing
Feminine Air
Flight of the Snowduck
Save The Tiger!
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds (with Marlene Robinson May)
Captains Outrageous
The Time Bandit (with Marlene Robinson May)
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Marlene Robinson May)
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Marlene Robinson May)
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping the Guns
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Marlene Robinson May)
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep (with Marlene Robinson May)
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again (with Marlene Robinson May)
The Sound & The Furry (with Marlene Robinson May)
Road to Macadamia (with Marlene Robinson May)
Paradise Lost (with Marlene Robinson May)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Marlene Robinson May)

Overseas Animation Producer:
Last Horizons

Disney Work:
Winnie The Pooh & A Day For Eeyore (Key Assistant Animator)
Ducktales (Timing Director, Supervising Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation & Timing Director, Storyboard Clean Up)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director. Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Cartoon All-Stars to The Rescue (Director)
The Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo Show (Animator)
As Told By Ginger (Animation Timer)
Dennis The Menace: The Animated Series (Director)
My Little Pony: The Movie (Animation Director)

Animation Debut: Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy - The Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1989) - Supervising Timing Director, Timing Director/ Ducktales - Timing Director, Supervising Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: NFL Rush Zone: Guardians Unleashed (2013) - Sheet Timer.
Total Resume Credits: 47 Animation Department Credits, 8 Director Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 2 Art Department Credits, 1 Sound Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

He was a producer and director on Muppet Babies and All-New Dennis the Menace. His directing work includes shows such as The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, Smurfs, Jem, G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Darkwing Duck and The Wild Thornberrys. Recently he has been working as an animation timer on D.C. Comics's direct-to-video releases such as Batman: Under the Red Hood and Superman/Batman: Apocalypse.

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Roy Shishido

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Destiny Rides Again (with Roy Wilson, Viki Anderson and Paulette King)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Don Manuel and Larry Eikleberry)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions)
Bonkers (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions)
Mickey's Laugh Factory (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Storyboard)
House of Mouse (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Toto Lost In New York (Director, Storyboard)
Animaniacs (Storyboard)
Transformers (Storyboard)
Underground Adventure (Director)
Who Stole Santa (Director)

Animation Debut: The Littles (1983) - Storyboard Artist/ La Image - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Dinosaur Train (2013) - Storyboard Artist/ NFL Rush Zone: Season of The Guardians - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 32 Art Department Credits, 4 Director Credits, 2 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Rhoydon Shishido; and from his own blog: I am a storyboard artist. I was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii. Even before my graduation with a BFA in character animation from the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California, I have been employed in the industry. While jobs in animation have been growing increasingly scarce and difficult to acquire, I have managed to work continuously in animation. I started my career as a storyboard artist with D.I.C., and over the years I have used my storyboard skills for studios such as Sony’s Adelaide Production, Disney, Imagi, Warner Brothers, Hyperion, Hanna-Barbera Productions, and over 20 other well known animation studios. I have done freelance and advertising artwork for a large number of agencies with clients such as Gallo, Isuzu automobiles, Paramount, Fox Video, and many, many others.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Blog
Official Website


David Smith

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Stormy Weather (with Swinton Scott and Jan Green)
Vowel Play (with Holly Forsyth and Vincent Trippetti)
Her Chance to Dream (with Kurt Anderson)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Jan Green and Wendell Washer)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Kurt Anderson and Jill Colbert Trousdale)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Jill Colbert Trousdale and James Mclean)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer, Storyboard)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Storyboard)
Mursupilami (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin (Story)
The Lion King (Developmental Artist (Uncredited))
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Storyboard)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Additional Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Storyboard)
Tarzan II (Storyboard)
Mulan II (Storyboard)
Tinker Bell (Storyboard)
Special Agent Oso (Storyboard)
Sofia The First (Storyboard)

Other Works:
The Powerpuff Girls (Storyboard)
Looney Tunes: Back In Action (Storyboard)
Epic (Storyboard, Development)
Asterix in Britain (Assistant Animator)
The Raccoons & The Lost Star (Assistant Animator)

Animation Debut: The Racoons & The Lost Star (1983) - Assistant Animator/ The Care Bears In The Land Without Feelings - Animator/ Rock & Rule - Inbetween Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Storyboard Designer/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Storyboard Designer, Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent: Henry & Me (2014) – Storyboards.
Total Resume Credits: 33 Art Department Credits, 13 Animation Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Visual Effects Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary:

David Scott Smith is an artist, writer, filmmaker, and graduate of Canada's world renowned Sheridan College Classical Animation Program. His past writing has been in the form of screenplays and storyboarding for major motion picture studios. He now lives in Los Angeles.

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Robert Souza

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Molly Coddled (with Yi-Chih Chen and Rich Childlaw)
Feminine Air (with Victor Cook)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Victor Cook and John Norton)
Flight School Confidential (with Victor Cook)
Bullethead Baloo (with Victor Cook and Holly Forsyth)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard, Storyboard Cleanup)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Story Art & Design)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
A Goofy Movie (Story Art & Design)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Storyboard)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Storyboard)
Pepper Ann (Storyboard)
The Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
Mickey's Camp Fire Tales (Storyboard)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Storyboard)
The Empreror's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Storyboard)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Storyboard Artist)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Storyboard)
Kim Possible (Story Art & Design)
Tinker Bell (Story Art & Design)
Dumbo Short (Story Art & Design)

Other Works:
Super Mario Brothers Super Show (Storyboard)
The King & I (Storyboard)
Shrek (Story Assistant)
Dead Space: Downfall (Storyboard)
Ultimate Avengers II (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: The Super Mario Brothers Super Show (1989) - Character Designer, Prop Designer, Storyboard Artist/ Captain N: The Game Master - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Art Department Credits, 3 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Known as Robert Lopaka Souza.

Additional Credits From IMDB
LinkedIn Profile
Official Blog #1
Official Blog #2
Songbids Profile


Dean Stefan

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive (Co-writer with Ken Koonce and David Weimers)
Sheepskin Deep

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)
Quack Pack (Writer)
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too (Writer)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (Writer)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Writer)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Friendly Tails (Writer)

Other Works:
He-Man: Masters of the Universe (2002) (Writer, Story Editor)
Rainbow Fish (Writer)
Extreme Ghostbusters (Writer, Story Editor)
Jackie Chan Adventures (Producer, Story Editor)
Octonauts (Writer)

Animation Debut: Divorce Court (1984) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: The Trials Of Darksmoke (2014) - Actor: Council Of Elders/ Transformers: Rescue Bots – Writer.
Total Animation Credits: 42 Writer Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Also known as Dean Stefan, he started his career writing episodes for Divorce Court in 1986. Then he continued to Walt Disney Television Animation in 1989 with Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers and wrote/story edited episodes for popular Walt Disney Television Animation shows for about five years before leaving Disney in 1994 to become an independent story editor, writer and producer. He has worked as one ever since with such shows as Dragon Tales, The Mask, Iron Man, Men In Black: The Animated Series and the theatrical short: CatDog - Fetch. Dean is also a professional songwriter and musician who recently co-wrote the music for Sony Music's "Direct from Neptune Bay, Songs from Rainbow Fish".

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Jan Strnad

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Stormy Weather
Captains Outrageous

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
Return of Jafar (Writer)
Aladdin The Series (Writer)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chornicles (Writer)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Writer)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Writer)
Sabrina The Animated Series (Writer)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Writer)
House of Mouse (Writer)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (Writer)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Writer)

Other Works:
Spiderman (1995) (Writer)
Amazing Feats of Young Hercules (Writer)
Piratenet (Co-Creator)
Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles (1987) (Writer)
Young Hercules (Writer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Batman: Black & White (2009) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 24+ Writing Credits.

Summary:

Originally lived in Kansas City, Missouri and now resides in Los Angeles. Jan Strnad is a well-known comic book writer who worked on such projects as Risen: A Supernatural Thriller, several Spiderman and Star War comics (including four Droids comics). While he is not writing comic books; he's doing cartoon shows starting with TaleSpin in 1990 with Stormy Weather and Captains Outrageous. He as worked on several WDTVA shows after that including the Return to Jafar film and Hercules: The Animated Series. He also worked on other productions outside of Disney with Spiderman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles , Harold & The Purple Crayon, Micronauts and most recently Sitting Ducks. He was also working on a novel and a couple of internet animated series called Bludd and Piratenet.

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Steve Sustarsic

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Save The Tiger
Baloo Thunder
Bygones

Disney Work:
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer, Story, Teleplay)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)

Other Works:
The Jeffersons (Writer)
9 To 5 (Writer)
Small Wonder (Writer)
Alice (Writer)
Babes (Writer)

Animation Debut: The Jeffersons (1981) - Story, Writer.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1989) - Teleplay, Story, Writer.
Most Recent Credits: Word Girl (2013) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 44 Writing Credits, 12 Producer Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 1 Actor Credit.

Summary:

Also known as Steven Sustarsic, this writer is a graduate at the USC School of Cinema. He has become a writer for the last 20 years writing such television live-action shows such as Newhart, Alf, The Jackie Thomas Show, Parker Lewis Cannot Lose, Good Life, Tom, Wild Oats, The New Love American Style, What's Happening Now? and Manhattan, AZ. He has also wrote cartoon series such as Dilbert, Bump In The Night, Mighty Max and Duckman. He also created Cleghorne!, Secret Service Guy and the famous Wild Thornberry TV series; plus the cinema feature bearing the same name. Stephen has also worked on DTVA and won an emmy for The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh in 1988 and worked as a freelancer on TaleSpin with four great episodes. He also worked on two movies: The Next One and The Flintstones and most recently worked on Word Girl and even Johnny Test.

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Ellen Svaco

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Bringing Down Babyface (with Colleen Taber)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)

Other Works:
Living Single (Writer)
Murphy Brown (Writer)
All Dogs Go To Heaven (Writer)
Can't Hurry Love (Executive Story Editor)
Daddy's Girls (Writer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1991) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) – Writer.
Most Recent Credits: All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (1996) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Writing Credits.

Summary:

Sometimes credited as Ellen M. Svaco.

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Michael Svayko

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
Bullethead Baloo (with Mircea Mantta, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Zamboni)

Animation Director:
Destiny Rides Again (with Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
Mach One for The Gipper
Stuck On You (with Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Supervising Timing Director, Timing Director)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director, Timing Director, Director, Storyboard Revisions)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Storyboard Revisions)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director)

Other Works:
CatDog (Supervising Storyboard Director, Animation Director)
Hey Arnold! (Storyboard Director)
Cartoon All-Stars To The Rescue (Director)
Fire & Ice (Layout Artist)
As Told By Ginger (Animation Timing Supervisor)

Animation Debut: American Pop (1981) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Timing Director/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Timing Director/ Adventures of the Gummi Bears - Timing Director.
Final Credits: CatDog (2005) - Animation Director.
Total Resume Credits: 20 Animation Department Credits, 5 Art Department Credits, 4 Director Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary:

Also known as Mike Charles Svayko Junior. Michael was born on June 2nd, 1954. 1976 graduate of Rockford College (Rockford, Illinois). Was given its Alumni Association's Award of Distinction in recognition of his success as an animator. He passed away on December 3rd, 2002.

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Colleen Taber

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Bringing Down Babyface (with Ellen Svaco)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)

Other Works:
Living Single (Writer)
Murphy Brown (Writer)
Whose Line is It Anyway? (Creative Consultant)
Union Square (Story Editor)
All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (Writer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1991) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) – Writer.
Most Recent Credit: All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (1996) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 8 Writer Credits.

Summary:



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Bruce Talkington

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
The Idol Rich (with Libby Hinson and Carter Crocker)
Polly Wants a Teasure (with Carter Crocker)
Feminine Air (with Julia Jane Lewald)

Story Editor:
The Idol Rich
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale that Ends Whale
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
Citizen Khan

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Writer, Story, Teleplay)
Fluppy Dogs (Writer)
Ducktales (Writer, Script, Story, Teleplay)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Story Editor, Associate Story Editor, Assistant Story Editor, Writer, Story, Teleplay)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Teleplay)
Darkwing Duck (Writer, Story Editor)
Goof Troop (Writer, Additional Voices)
Bonkers (Writer, Story Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Writer)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Story Editor)

Other Works:
Little People, Big Discoveries (Writer)
Clifford The Big Red Dog (Writer)
Goodbye Curel World (Actor- Role of Martin)
Billy (Actor- Role of Arthur Milliken)
Scuffy The Tugboat (Writer)

Animation Debut: Billy (1979) - Actor for Arthur Milliken.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Writer, Story, Teleplay.
Final Credits: Little People: Big Discoveries (2002) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 18 Writer Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 5 Actor Credits.

Summary:

Bruce was born on May 13th, 1949 in Washington, DC. Bruce passed away on November 20th, 2000 in Los Angeles County, California.

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Chuck Tately

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection on You (Act I)
Last Horizons (with Jeremy Cushner and Dev Ross)
Louie's Last Stand
The Incredible Shrinking Molly

Song Lyrics:
"Monkey in Your Tank" (For a Fuel Dollars More - with Michael & Patty Sliversher)

Disney Work:
Goof Troop (Writer)

Other Works:
WWE Tough Enough (Writer)
Me & Mr. C (Writer)
The Amazing Race (Field Producer)
Step By Step (Writer)
The Family Man (Writer)

Animation Debut: The Fall Guy (1986) – Story.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Writer, Song Lyric Writer: "Monkey In My Tank".
Most Recent Credits: America's Next Top Model (2013) - Segment Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 3 Producer Credits, 10 Writer Credits, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Camera/Electrical Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary:

He began visual arts career in high school through flip page animation comics.

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Robert Taylor

TaleSpin Work:

Director:
I Only Have Ice for You
Time Waits for No Bear
It Came from Beneath the Sea Duck
Plunder & Lightning (Act I)
Bearly Alive
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection On You (Act I)
On Wing & A Bear
A Baloo Switcheroo
Flight of the Snow Duck
The Time Bandit
For Whom the Bell Klangs (Act I)
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Pizza Pie in the Sky
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for the Gipper
Stuck on You

Animation Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Bob Zamboni and Terrance Harrison)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with John Kimball, Rick Leon and Bob Zamboni)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I- with Richard Tureblood and Bob Zamboni)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Richard Trueblood and Bob Zamboni)
The Time Bandit (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Richard Tureblood and Bob Zamboni)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Bob Zamboni)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Goof Troop (Supervising Producer)
Bonkers (Director, Supervising Producer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Animation Director, Timing Director, Storyboard)

Other Works:
Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (Writer, Animator)
Heidi's Song (Director)
What's So Funny? (Coordinating Producer)
Garfield In Paradise (Animator)
Hey Good Lookin (Animator)

Animation Debut: So Sorry, Pussycat (1961) – Designer.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Puppy (2013) - Associate Producer/ Despicable Me 2 - Associate Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 27 Art Department Credits, 7 Producer Credits, 79 Animation Department Credits, 18 Director Credits, 5 Writer Credits, 1 Production Designer Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 3 Thanks Credits.

Summary:

Sometimes known as Bob Taylor; this talent brings over 40 years of experience to the animation industry. Robert began his career as an animator for famous Terrytoons (1960's) such as Mighty Mouse, Deputy Dawg and Heckle & Jeckle. Then he continued his career as an animator of little known animation shorts; with the first one being "Thief from Baghdad" which was released in 1967. In 1974; he played a key role as a writer and animator in the famous R-rated cartoon movie "Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat". In the 1980's he worked with major animation studios starting with Hanna-Barbera with Huck Finn, Abbott & Costello (both animated seres) and The Smurfs. He was the director of a animated movie called Heidi's Song in 1982. He also worked for Paramount and did a version of Popeye. He also joined Film Roman in 1987 to work on Garfield In Paradise Speical and was seen at Melendez Production working on Peanut Specials. He joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1989; starting with a storyboard for Rescue Rangers and then was premoted to work as a director for TaleSpin and later a supervising producer for Goof Troop and Bonkers (Lucky episodes).

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Myspace Website


Lonnie Thompson

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV-with Sharon Forward, John Norton, Frank Paur David Schwartz and Wendell Washer)
A Star Is Torn (with Wendell Washer)
Louie's Last Stand (with Sharon Forward and Frank Paur)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Storyboard)
The Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (Storyboard)
Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World (Storyboard)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to The Sea (Storyboard)
The Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
Mulan II (Storyboard)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Storyboard)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Storyboard)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Storyboard)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Storyboard)
Special Agent Oso (Storyboard Revisionist)
Sofia The First (Storyboard Revisionist, Storyboard)

Other Works:
Bugs Bunny Superstar (Thanks)
Katy (Layout)
The Charmkins (Model Designer)
The New Adventures of Zorro 1981 Edition (Storyboard Supervisor)
Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Bugs Bunny Superstar (1975) - Special Thanks.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2014) - Storyboard Revisionist, Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 42 Art Department Credits, 13 Animation Department Credits, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary:

Her real name is Lonnie Lloyd. Lonnie Lloyd began as a layout artist at Filmation in 1976, working on "Space Sentinels" and "The New Adventures of Batman". By 1979 she was storyboarding at Hanna-Barbera, before returning to Filmation and then back to H-B to work on "The Smurfs." She was credited with storyboard work on Marvel's "Dungeons and Dragons", and she worked on the 1981 Heavy Metal feature (question: was there anyone in animation in 1981 who didn't work on the Heavy Metal feature?). Since the mid-1980s she has storyboarded for Disney on such projects as "The Return of Jafar," "Aladdin and the King of Thieves," "Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin," "Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World," "The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea" and "The Jungle Book 2". She was not the inspiration behind Gadget in Rescue Rangers; as it was something Tad Stones was joking about.

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David Thrasher

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Flying Dupes (with Ryan Anthony and Dale Schott)

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Storyboard Direction)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Storyboard Direction)
Brand Spanking New! Doug (Storyboard Direction)

Other Works:
Captain Zed & The Zee Zee Zone (Storyboard Artist)
Captain N & The Adventures of Super Mario Brothers 3 (Storyboard Artist)
The Care Bears Movie (Storyboard, Layout Stylist)
Metric (Animator)
My Pet Monster (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Metric (1974) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1990) - Storyboard Direction.
Most Recent Credits: Oscar's Orchestra (2002) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 20 Art Department Credits, 14 Animation Department Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

David is a believer of high art; however it didn't stop him from becoming an animator. David started his career playing around in the music industry like so many young people did during that time in the 1960's. He lived in Oakville, Ontario and studied classical animation at Sheridan College. He began his animation career in 1974 with the National Film Board of Canada as the lead animator in the short film called Metric. He was then hired by Nelvana Studios in the 1980's and worked as a Layout director and storyboard for The Care Bears Movie. He also worked on Captain N & The Adventures of Super Mario Brothers 3 (season 2 of Captain N: The Game Master) in 1990 and the little known project Captain Zed & The Zee Zee Zone. He left Canada soon afterwards and decided to practice high art in the Caribbean where he now lives to this date; painting full time. He currently also works as an English Lecturer at Rajamangala University and a Linguistic Dept Art Instructor at Sirindhorn School in Surin, Thailand.

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BVI Profile
David Thrasher's Resume on Facebook


Traci Tolman

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Director:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich
Plunder & Lightning (with Donna Alcock, Barbara Donatelli, Stephannie Elliott and Beth Gunn)
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play (with Scott Wolf)
All's Whale That Ends Whale
A Bad Reflection On You
A Spy in the Ointment (with Scott Wolf)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
Flight of the Snowduck (with Donna Alcock and Beth Gunn)
Save The Tiger! (with Barbara Donatelli)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Scott Wolf)
War of the Weirds (with Scott Wolf)
Captains Outrageous (with Scott Wolf and Stephannie Elliot)
The Time Bandit (with Donna Alcock and Beth Gunn)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Donna Alcock)
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Donna Alcock)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Stephannie Elliot)
My Fair Baloo (with Scott Wolf and Stephannie Elliot)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns (with Barbara Donatelli)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Donna Alcock)
Louie's Last Stand (with Barbara Donatelli)
Sheepskin Deep (with Stephannie Elliott and Barbara Donatelli)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Stephannie Elliott and Donna Alcock)
Baloo Thunder (with Stephannie Elliott)
Bullethead Baloo
Destiny Rides Again (with Donna Alcock)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Donna Alcock)
Stuck On You (with Donna Alcock)
The Sound & The Furry
Road to Macadamia (with Stephannie Elliott and Barbara Donatelli)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Barbara Donatelli and Stephannie Elliott)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Stephannie Elliot)
Paradise Lost (with Stephannie Elliot)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Stephannie Elliot)
Bygones (with Stephannie Elliot)
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Assistant Producer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Assistant Producer)
Pocahontas (Production Manager)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Assistant Producer)

Other Works:
Joseph: King of Dreams (Associate Producer)
All Hands on Deck (Producer)
Love Thy Neighbour (Producer)
The Croods (Global Department Manager: Dreamworks Animation)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer.
Most Recent Credit: The Croods (2013) - Global Department Manager: Dreamworks Animation.
Total Resume Credits: 7 Producer Credits, 1 Production Manager Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Now known as Traci Tolman Mars.

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Bob Treat

TaleSpin Work:

Timing Director:
Vowel Play (with Mircea Mantta and Vincent Bassols)
A Star is Torn (with Carole Beers, Richard Tureblood, Rick Leon and Marsh Lamore)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Vincent Bassols, Bob Treat and James T. Walker)
Double or Nothing (with Micrea Mantta and Vincent Bassols)
Feminine Air (with Vincent Bassols, Rick Leon and Bob Treat)
Flight of the Snowduck (with John Kimball and Marsh Lamore)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Vincent Bassols)
War of the Weirds (with Vonnie Baston, Carole Beers and Bob Shellhorn)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Vincent Bassols)
Citizen Khan (with Vincent Bassols)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Vincent Bassols)
My Fair Baloo (with Vincent Bassols and Marsh Lamore)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Vincent Bassols)
Jumping The Guns (with Vincent Bassols and Marsh Lamore)
Sheepskin Deep (with Vincent Bassols and Carole Beers)
Baloo Thunder (with Marsh Lamore and James T. Walker)
Destiny Rides Again (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore, Carole Beers, Marlene Robinson May, and Bob Shellhorn)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Vincent Bassols, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
Stuck On You (with Vincent Bassols)
The Sound & The Furry (with Vincent Bassols and Carole Beers)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Timing Director)
Bonkers (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Timing Director)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Animation Director)
Hercules: The Series (Animation Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Timing Director)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Timing Director)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Timing Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Timing Director)
Kim Possible (Timing Director)
American Dragon Jake Long (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Jem! (Sequence Director)
Katy (Animator)
My Little Pony (Director)
Transformers (Director)
G.I. Joe (Supervising Director)

Animation Debut: Raggedy Ann & Raggedy Andy: The Pumpkin Who Cannot Smile (1979) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Timing Director/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Timing Director/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Kim Possible (2007) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 46 Animation Department Credits, 7 Director Credits, 1 Art Department Credit.

Summary:

Robert Treat (born 1949 in Toledo, Ohio) is an American animation director. He began in the field of animation in at late 70s, and his work has included directing on Inhumanoids, My Little Pony 'n Friends, My Little Pony: The Movie, G.I. Joe, Jem, Muppet Babies, House of Mouse, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop and Kim Possible. Treat is also an avid artist having studied fine art at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and has carved out a career for himself in abstract art using the medium of pigmented molten beeswax. He currently resides in San Diego.

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Vincent Trippetti

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Vowel Play (with Holly Forsyth and David Smith)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard Clean Up)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Monster Mash (Storyboard Revisions)
Our Friend, Martin (Design Stylist, Storyboard Design)
Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (Storyboard Supervisor, Storyboard)
Jem! (Storyboard)
Phantom 2040 (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: G.I. Joe: Revenge Of Cobra (1984) – Designer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Jackie Chan Adventures (2000) - Storyboard Artist, Director/ Monster Mash - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Art Department Credits, 4 Animation Department Credits, 3 Director Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

He is also known as Vincenzo Trippetti.

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Jill Colbert Trousdale

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Viki Anderson, Paulette King, Hank Tucker and Roy Wilson)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Kurt Anderson and David Smith)
My Fair Baloo (with Kurt Anderson, Rob LaDuca and Chris Ruthowski)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with James Mclean and David Smith)

Disney Work:
The Black Cauldron (Additional Animator)
Fluppy Dogs (Production Designer)
Ducktales (Character Designer, Storyboard Designer)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Pedal To The Metal (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard, Storyboard Revisionist)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Jungle Cubs (Storyboard)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
The Huncback of Notre Dame II (Storyboard)
Sofia The First (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (Storyboard)
Ni Hao Kai-lan (Writer, Storyboard)
Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! (Storyboard)
Capitol Critters (Storyboard)
Hoomania (Character Designer)

Animation Debut: Hoomania (1985) - Character Designer, Storyboard Artist/ The Black Cauldron - Additional Animator/ Punky Brewster: The Series - Layout Artist/ The Chipmunks Go To The Movies - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Fluppy Dogs (1986) - Production Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Sofia The First (2014) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Art Department Credits, 7 Animation Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary:



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Ken Tsumura

TaleSpin Work:

Associate Producer:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
Stormy Weather
Plunder & Lightning
From Here to Machinery
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection On You
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Double or Nothing
Feminine Air
Last Horizons
War of the Weirds
The Time Bandit
Citizen Khan
For Whom The Bell Klangs

Disney Work:
Wuzzles (Post-Production Coordinator)
Fluppy Dogs (Post-Production Coordinator)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Post-Production Coordinator)
Ducktales (Post-Production Coordinator)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Producer, Overseas Production Coordinator – Japan)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Assistant Producer)
Disney/PIXAR's Planes (Co-Producer)

Other Works:
Eight Crazy Nights (Executive Producer)
The Simpsons (Co-Producer, Overseas Animation Director)
Joseph: King of Dreams (Producer)
The Critic (Animation Co-Producer)
Do The Bartman (Associate Producer)

Animation Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Post Production Coordinator, Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Post-Production Coordinator, Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: Disney/PIXAR's Planes (2013) - Co-Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Editorial Department Credits, 13 Producer Credits, 3 Production Manager Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Ken Tsumura was a graduate at the University of South California with B.A. degrees in both Cinema/Television and East Asian Languages and Cultures. Early in his career he worked for Walt Disney Television Animation in 1987 working on Ducktales and Gummi Bears on Post-Production before moving up the ranks to Assistant Producer in Winnie The Pooh and then all the way up to associate producer for TaleSpin. He left Disney suddenly in mid-production to work for the creators of the Simpsons as a Co-Animation Producer for a while and then worked on the Critic afterwards. He also worked on the music video "Do the Bartman" a video about Bart Simpson's school concert turned ugly. He returned in 2000 to work with Dreamworks Home Video to produce Joseph- King of Dreams and The Prince of Egypt (as a Supervising Production Manager) and then finally worked on his first full-length animated feature as an executive producer for Eight Crazy Nights written by Adam Sadler. Most recently Senior VP, Production & Technology, at Canada's Mainframe Entertainment, Ken Tsumura's production credits include Curious George (executive producer), Father of the Pride (producer) and Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (executive producer). During the past 22 years, Tsumura has worked on projects at such prominent companies as Dreamworks Animation, Walt Disney Animation, Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Gracie Films and Electronic Arts. He then returned to Disney working on the Disney/PIXAR OAV, Planes.

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Hank Tucker

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Roy Wilson)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Viki Anderson, Larry Eikleberry, Warren Greenwood, Bob Kline and Roy Wilson)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Roy Wilson)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry and Roy Wilson)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Part 1-with Viki Anderson and Roy Wilson)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Viki Anderson, Jill Colbert Trousdale, Paulette King and Roy Wilson)

Disney Work:
Pete's Dragon (Inbetween Artist)
The Rescuers (Inbetween Artist)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Storyboard Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard, Producer)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Storyboard)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Storyboard)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Producer, Executive Producer, Storyboard)
Bonkers (Producer, Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)
A Goofy Movie (Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Storyboard Director)
Mickey's House of Villains (Storyboard)
Winnie The Pooh A Very Merry Pooh Year (Storyboard)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Storyboard)
Valiant (Lead Storyboard)
Enchanted (Storyboard)
Secret Agent Oso (Storyboard)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Storyboard)
Tinker Bell: Secret of The Wings (Storyboard)
Disney/PIXAR's Planes (Storyboard)
Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Titan A.E. (Storyboard)
The Tick (Storyboard, Director)
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Key Animator)
Heavy Metal (Storyboard)
Staurt Little 2 (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Pete's Dragon (1977) - Inbetween Artist (Uncredited)/ The Rescuers - Inbetween Artist (Uncredited).
DTVA Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Storyboard Artist, Storyboard Director.
Most Recent Credits: Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy (2014) - Storyboard Artist/ Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return - Storyboard Artist/ Postman Pat: The Movie - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Art Department Credits, 4 Producer Credits, 2 Director Credits, 10 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Henry Tucker, he has been at Disney Television Animation since 1985 and has done storyboards for nearly every series produced by the division. Hank began his career at Film Fair Inc. and moved to Disney Features in 1976 where Henry worked on The Rescuers and Pete's Dragon. He also worked on the animated version of The Lord of the Rings, a number of Charlie Brown specials, the movie Heavy Metal and a number of shows from Ruby-Spears and Marvel Productions. Recently; he was seen doing storyboards for the animated series The Tick and the animated movie Titan A.E.

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Keith Tucker

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboards:
Mommy for a Day (with Kurt Anderson)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Kurt Anderson and Rob LaDuca)
Double or Nothing (with Jan Green and Warren Greenwood)
War of the Weirds (with Jan Green)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard Designer)

Other Works:
Henry Hugglemonster (Storyboard)
Exosquad (Storyboard)
Robocop 3 (Storyboard)
My Little Pony: Twinkle Wish Adventure (Storyboard)
The Thing (1982) (Animator: Title Sequence)

Animation Debut: The Thing (1982) - Animator: Main Title Sequence, VCE.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Storyboard Designer/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Henry Hugglemonster (2013) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 44 Art Department Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 1 Visual Credit.

Summary:

Keith Tucker is a special storyboard artist in the sense that he had moved from California to Hawaii in 1975 and worked there until the early 1980's when the special effects boom began in Hollywood. He was an effects animator working for productions such as Star Trek II, Robocop III, Conan and The Thing. He returned to Hawaii where he now works and lives in Maui and has considerable experience of living on all four islands in Hawaii. Keith is best known for making Emmy-winning animation at Warner Brother with such hits as Pinky & The Brain and Animaniacs. He also worked at Marvel on X-Men and Spiderman (new versions) and has worked on live action concepts and various videogames.

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The Official Keith Tucker Website


Richard Tureblood

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with John Kimball, Robert Taylor and Bob Zamboni)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Bob Zamboni and Robert Taylor)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Bob Zamboni and John Kimball)
The Time Bandit (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Robert Taylor and Bob Zamboni)

Timing Director:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
A Touch of Glass (With Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Marsh Lamore and Rick Leon)
Mommy for a Day (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
Molly Coddled (with Micrea Mantta and Marsh Lamore)
Bearly Alive (with Carole Beers and Mircea Mantta)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Marsh Lamore, Vonnie Baston, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
A Bad Reflection on You (Act I - with Marsh Lamore, Mircea Mantta and Bob Shellhorn)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Rick Leon, Carole Beers and Bob Shellhorn)
On A Wing & A Bear (with James T. Walker)
A Star Is Torn (with Rick Leon, Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore and Bob Treat)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)
The Time Bandit (with Mitch Rochon, Marsh Lamore and Carole Beers)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Timing Director, Storyboard Revisions, Animation Director)
Bonkers (Producer, Storyboard Revisions, Director, Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Timing Director)
Gargoyles (Timing Director)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Monster Mash (Timing Director)
Sonic The Hedgehog (Animation Timing, Storyboard Slugger)
The Smurfs (Animator)
Scooby-Doo & Scrappy Doo (Animator)
He-Man: The Masters of the Universe (1983) (Director)

Animation Debut: Yogi's Gang (1973) – Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Timing Director/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Cliffords' Really Big Movie (2004) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Animation Department Credits, 9 Director Credits, 4 Art Department Credits, 4 Producer Credits.

Summary:

Richard Tureblood has had over 30 years of experience in the field of animation. He began his career in the 1970's as a "go-fer" for Hanna-Barbera and has worked in pretty much worked in every capacity in the animation industry, from animator for Hanna-Barbera, a director for Filmation, and has worked for most of the animation studios in certain roles. He joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1988 to work on Winnie The Pooh and finished in 1995 with Gargoyles. He was also seen freelancing in the early 1990's being a storyboard slugger for Sonic The Hedgehog. Although there has been few records of recent work; he was seen working as a timing director for Monster Mash.

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Len Uhley

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Plunder and Lightning (Act III)
From Here to Machinery
War of the Weirds
Stuck on You
The Road to Macadamia

Script Consultant:
Pizza Pie in the Sky

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Writer, Teleplay)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Teleplay, Writer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Story, Teleplay)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Marsupilami (Writer)
Pedal To The Metal (Screenplay)
Bonkers (Writer, Story Editor)
Quack Pack (Writer)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Writer)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Writer)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Writer)

Other Works:
Justice League (Writer, Story)
Ozzy & Drix (Writer)
Static Shock (Writer, Story Editor)
X-Men (Writer)
X-Men: Evolution (Writer)

Animation Debut: Holmes & Yo-Yo (1976) – Teleplay.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Writer, Teleplay.
Most Recent Credit: Ben 10: Onmiverse (2013) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 51 Writer Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

Jymn Magon hired Len on the advice of voice actor Michael Rye back in 1985.

Additional Credits From IMDB


James T. Walker

TaleSpin Work:

Director:
Jolly Molly Christmas (Co-director with Ed Ghertner)
Baloo Thunder
Your Baloo's in the Mail
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Animation Director:
A Touch of Glass (With Mircea Mantta)
The Idol Rich (with Mircea Mantta)
Molly Coddled (with Rick Leon)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Mircea Mantta)
All's Whale That Ends Whale
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 2-with Jamie Mitchell and Mitch Rochon)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Rick Leon)
Feminine Air (With Rick Leon)
Citizen Khan (with Marsh Lamore)
Flight School Confidential (with Jamie Mitchell)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Mircea Mantta)
Baloo Thunder

Timing Director:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I-With Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
Her Chance to Dream (With Rick Leon and Bob Shellhorn)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Vonnie Baston, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Richard Tureblood)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Carole Beers, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and Richard Tureblood)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Carole Beers)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore and Bob Treat)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Vincent Bassols)
Baloo Thunder (with Bob Treat and Marsh Lamore)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Vincent Bassols, Bob Treat and Bob Shellhorn)
Road to Macadamia (with Vincent Bassols, Carole Beers and Marsh Lamore)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Vincent Bassols and Marsh Lamore)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, John Kimball and Mitch Rochon)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore, Marlene Robinson May and Bob Shellhorn)
Bygones (with Bob Shellhorn)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Timing Director, Producer)
Goof Troop (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Marsupilami (Animation Director)
Raw Toonage (Animation Director)
Bonkers (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)

Other Works:
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (Animator)
Transformers (Squence Director)
Hey Good Lookin (Assistant Animator)
The Mansion Cat (Animation Director)
Batman Beyond: The Movie (Animation Director, Timing Director)

Animation Debut: Shinbone Alley (1971) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Director/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Brotherhood of the Popcorn (2014) – Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 119 Animation Department Credits, 3 Second Unit Credits, 9 Director Credits, 3 Producer Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Art Department Credit, 1 Sound Department Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary:

Born September 17th, 1948 in Hollywood, California; James Tim Walker is a 10-time Emmy nominated animation artist with over 30 years experience in the industry. His first job was on Shinbone Alley as an assistant director in 1971. He won the Emmy award in 2004 for his work on the animation series Samurai Jack. Tim is currently working in the Warner Bros. animation dept. He started out in the 70's as an animator on What's New, Mr. Magoo?, Super Friends and Godzilla. By the mid-80's he'd transitioned into directing, and worked on shows including The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, Dungeons and Dragons, DuckTales, Smurfs and Muppet Babies. More recently he has worked as a timing director on Justice League, Samurai Jack, and the D.C. Comics direct-to-video releases.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Website


Wendell Washer

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV-with Sharon Forward, John Norton, Frank Paur David Schwartz, Lonnie Thompson and Wendell Washer)
A Star Is Torn (with Lonnie Thompson)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Jan Green and David Smith)
Jumping The Guns (with John Norton)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with John Norton)
Paradise Lost (with Yi-Chih Chen, Sharon Forward and Chris Rutkowski)

Disney Work:
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Ducktales (Storyboard)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Storyboard, Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Pedal To The Metal (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
The Return of Jafar (Storyboard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Storyboard)
Gargoyles (Storyboard Revisions)
Quack Pack (Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search of Christopher Robin (Storyboard)
Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Storyboard)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Lady & Tramp 2: Scamps Adventure (Storyboard)
The Tigger Movie (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Tom & Jerry: The Magic Ring (Storyboard)
Star Trek: The Animated Series (Layout Artist)
The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse (Additional Voices)
Caper Town Cops (Storyboard)
Fraggle Rock Cartoon (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids (1972) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Bratz: Genie Magic (2006) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 57 Art Department Credits, 11 Animation Department Credits, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

Raised in Chicago, Illinois, Wendell comes from an artistic background and studied drawing since he was a child at the Art Institute of Chicago. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Cartooning from the Chicago Academy of Fine Art. He started his career at Marvel Productions with Fraggle Rock and Muppet Babies; which that show won two Emmies in the 1980's. He also worked on Transformers and G.I. Joe for Ruby-Spears. He then went to Walt Disney Television Animation in 1985 and worked as a storyboard artist and Developmental Artwork from Gummi Bears to Hercules: The Animated Series in 1999. He also did two voice acting roles: one for the new Mighty Mouse series and Ducktales: The Movie. He also worked on several of the direct-to-video Disney films and the title gags for The Tigger Movie. He was also seen working for Warner Brothers in recent years working on Baby Looney Tunes, Baby Blues, Tom & Jerry direct-to-video , and was working on Fox Family /Saban web episodes for What's With Andy? and with Universal Studios on the Woody Woodpecker Show. He is currently seeking other venues at this writing.

Additional Credits From IMDB
The Official Wendell Washer Website


David Weimers

TaleSpin Work:

Story Writer:
Bearly Alive (Co-writer with Ken Koonce and Dave Stefan)
On A Wing & A Bear (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
A Baloo Switcheroo (Co-writer with Ken Koonce and Alan Burnett)
The Time Bandit (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)

Story Editor:
Vowel Play (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
Bearly Alive (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
On A Wing & A Bear (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
A Baloo Switcheroo (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
The Time Bandit (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
Gruel & Unusal Punishment (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
Sheepskin Deep (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)
Pizza Pie in the Sky (Co-writer with Ken Koonce)

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Writer, Story Editor)
Ducktales (Writer, Story Editor, Script, Story, Teleplay, Co-Producer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer, Story Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Story Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Material)
Jungle Cubs (Story, Teleplay)
Legend of Tarzan (Writer)

Other Works:
Clifford the Big Red Dog (Writer)
Galaxy High School (Writer)
The New Casper Animated Series (Writer)
Jayce & The Wheeled Warriors (Writer)
Gadget & The Gadgetinis (Writer)

Animation Debut: Jayce & The Wheeled Warriors (1985) - Writer/ The Wuzzles (1985) - Writer, Story Editor.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Writer, Story Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Makeup Wars (2013) - Casting Director.
Total Resume Credits: 17 Writer Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 1 Casting Director Credit.

Summary:

According to David Weimers' himself: For over 25 years, I had the privilege of being a writer and producer of television comedies in Hollywood. In 1984, my writing partner, Ken Koonce, and I were the first writing/producing team hired by Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenburg when they took over the Walt Disney Company; Ken and I wrote and produced the company's first animated television series, "The Wuzzles." The following year, we were part of the team that created "DuckTales." We wrote, produced and I was the voice director of nearly half of the 126 episodes that are available. The show became a worldwide hit. After the success of that show, my career soared—I wrote and produced hits at Universal Studios such as "Coach", "Major Dad", and "Harry and the Hendersons" both as a writing team and on my own. Over the years I was nominated for 5 Emmy Awards and won the Emmy in 1988 for writing "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies." In 1988 I was nominated for the prestigious Humanitas Award, the award given to Hollywood's most humanizing script of the year. Over the course of my television career, I worked on dozens of comedies and have written, produced and voice-directed over 150 half hour shows that made the air. And there is a pile of scripts written that never saw daylight. Time and time again, the studios asked me to transform properties they owned into television series. Sometimes it was a movie, such as "Baghdad Café" and "Teen Wolf"; sometimes it was a book, such as "Clifford, the Big Red Dog." In turn, this became an opportunity for me to work with some of the greatest artists in America today. Often, those talented individuals brought my visions to life by designing characters or creating settings for animated series. Now that I'm retired from the television industry, I realized it was time to stop leaning on those great artists and start doing it for myself. I am now living in La Jolla, California.

Additional Credits From IMDB
David Weimer's Offical Website


Jim Willoughby

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Roman Arambula, Larry Eikleberry and Roy Wilson)
Stuck On You (with Roy Wilson)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Jetsons: The Movie (Storyboard)
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Layout Artist)
Pup Named Scooby-Doo (Storyboard)
Fangface (Layout Artist)
Tiny Toon Adventures (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Star Trek: The Series (1973) - Layout Artist/ Lassie's Rescue Rangers - Layout Artist/ Treasure Island - Layout Artist/ Mission Magic! - Layout Artist/ My Favorite Martians - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Storyboard Artist.
Final Credits: Droopy: Master Detective (1993) - Storyboard Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 30 Animation Department Credits, 22 Art Department Credits.

Summary:

Jim was born in Toronto, Ohio on April 22nd, 1928. Drawing on the folklore and legends surrounding cowboys, Willoughby is able to present a humorous view of the lives they lead. The author is no stranger when it comes to cowboys and western lore. From 1978 to 1988 he sculpted Western subjects, and had these then cast in bronze. His first casting was of an Indian woman with a pot on her head, and was purchased by none other than the Duke himself, John Wayne! Willoughby’s career includes working for more than 20 years as a layout artist and storyboard artist for various animation studios, including Hanna Barbera. He is the author and illustrator of several books. Among these, he illustrated Arizona Humoresque, also published by Pelican. Jim Willoughby has collaborated with his wife, Sue, on their next book, A Dude’s Guide to the West. Jim passed away December 11th, 2004.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Memorium


Roy Wilson

TaleSpin Work:

Storyboard:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Hank Tucker)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Ryan Anthony and Warren Greenwood)
Plunder & Lightning (Act III-with Viki Anderson, Larry Eikleberry, Warren Greenwood and Hank Tucker)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Hank Tucker)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Viki Anderson, Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry and Hank Tucker)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Viki Anderson)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Viki Anderson)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1-with Viki Anderson and Hank Tucker)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Viki Anderson, Jill Colbert Trousdale, Paulette King and Hank Tucker)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Roman Arambula, Larry Eikleberry and Jim Willoughby)
Destiny Rides Again (with Viki Anderson, Roy Shishido and Paulette King)
Stuck On You (with Jim Willoughby)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Storyboard)
Ducktales (Art Director)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard)
Goof Troop (Producer)
Raw Toonage (Storyboard)
Bonkers (Storyboard, Director)
Aladdin The Series (Storyboard)

Other Works:
Annabelle's Wish (Director)
Pup Named Scooby Doo (Storyboard)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (Supervising Director)
Spiderman & His Amazaing Friends (Layout Artist)
Catdog (Storyboard)

Animation Debut: Emergency +4 (1974) - Layout Artist, Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Storyboard Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Nine Dog Christmas (2004) - Concept, Writer, Animation Producer, Character Designer/ Dragon's Rock – Director.
Total Resume Credits: 41 Art Department Credits, 26 Animation Department Credits, 4 Producer Credits, 3 Director Credits, 3 Art Director Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary:

Roy Wilson was born in Saskatchewan, Canada. He moved to Los Angeles in 1965 to study illustration from the Art Center College of Design. He went on to Disney to work on Disney features after gradulation. He left Disney around 1975 to find his own company which works on parade floats and also became a freelance storyboard artist. He worked as a freelance artist for The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo, Spiderman & His Amazing Friends and A Pup Named Scooby Doo Roy Wilson returned to Disney in 1990 to start work on TaleSpin and has worked on serveral WDTVA series as a storyboard artist including Bonkers and Goof Troop. He soon left Disney to become a director for Annabelle's Wish and a storyboard artist for CatDog.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Bob Zamboni

TaleSpin Work:

Animation Director:
I Only Have Ice for You (with Terrance Harrison and Robert Taylor)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Rick Leon and Robert Taylor)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Robert Taylor, John Kimball and Rick Leon)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III-With John Kimball, Robert Taylor and Richard Tureblood)
Bearly Alive
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear (with Richard Tureblood and Robert Taylor)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with John Kimball and Richard Tureblood)
Flight of the Snowduck (with John Kimball and Marsh Lamore)
The Time Bandit (with Terence Harrison, John Kimball, Richard Tureblood and Robert Taylor)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1-with John Kimball, Marsh Lamore and Rick Leon)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Robert Taylor)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with John Kimball and Rick Leon)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon and Mitch Rochon)
Bullethead Baloo (with Micrea Mantta and Mitch Rochon)
Destiny Rides Again (with Rick Leon and Michael Svayko)
Stuck on You (with Rick Leon and Michael Svayko)
Paradise Lost (with Vincent Bassols, John Kimball and Mitch Rochon)

Timing Director:
Bullethead Baloo (with Micrea Mantta, Bob Shellhorn and Michael Svayko)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Oversea Animation Director, Timing Director)
Ducktales (Timing Director)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Director, Overseas Animation Director, Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Animation Director, Timing Director, Storyboard Revisions)
Bonkers (Storyboard Revisions, Animation Director)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Animation & Timing Director)
Quack Pack (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Jungle Cubs (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Timing Director, Animation Director)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search of Christopher Robin (Animation Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Animation Director, Timing Director)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Timing Director)
Mickey's House of Villains (Timing Director)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Timing Director)
House of Mouse (Timing Director)
Kim Possible (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Garfield in Paradise (Animator)
Shinbone Alley (Assistant Animator)
Carlton Your Doorman (Animator)
The Recluctant Dragon (Animator)
The World of Strawberry Shortcake (Animator)

Animation Debut: Shinbone Alley (1971) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Overseas Animation Director, Timing Director.
Final Credits: Kim Possible (2003) - Timing Director.
Total Resume Credits: 43 Animation Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Art Department Credits.

Summary:

Robert G. Zamboni was born on March 28th, 1939 and passed away on June 5th, 2002 in Valley Village, California.

Additional Credits From IMDB


Mark Zaslove

TaleSpin Work:

Co-Conceptual Producer for TaleSpin:
All Episodes (With Jymn Magon)

Story Writer:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/IV)
A Spy in the Ointment
For Whom the Bell Klangs

Story Editor:
I Only Have Ice for You
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Star is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
Last Horizons
Save The Tiger
Baloo Thunder
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (??)
The Black Cauldron (??)
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Teleplay, Writer, Story Editor)
Ducktales (Writer, Teleplay, Script)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Writer, Story Editor, Voice Director, Producer)
Oliver & Company (??)
The Little Mermaid (??)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Writer, Story Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too! (Writer)
Bonkers (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Writer)
The Book of Pooh (Writer)
The Book of Pooh: Stories From The Heart (Writer)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Writer, Story Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Writer)

Other Works:
Cro (Voice Dialogue Director)
Bump In The Night (Co-Producer)
Maniac Magee (Teleplay)
The Secret of Anastasia (Writer)
Lazytown (Story Consultant)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) – Unknown.
DTVA Debut: Aventures of The Gummi Bears (1986) – Teleplay, Writer, Story Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Secret Millionaires Club (2013) – Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 35 Writer Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 6 Producer Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Acting Credit.

Summary:

He started out in animation screenwriting in the mid 1980s, cutting his teeth on the Disney movies The Fox and the Hound, The Black Cauldron, The Little Mermaid and Oliver and Company and shows such as Challenge of the GoBots. By the late 1980s he had become a staff writer for Walt Disney Television Animation, working on many of the well-known Disney cartoons from that era. He served as an episode writer and story editor for The New Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh, in which his personal writing style of subtle humor and underlying intelligence became apparent. In 1989, in order to fill a major gap in Disney's production schedule, he co-developed a new series with fellow staff writer Jymn Magon called TaleSpin, for which they ironed out the concept in only three days. They both oversaw the expedited production of the show, which went from a rough draft concept to completed episodes in less than a year. The show became the first new series created for the newly formed Disney Afternoon. He left Disney around 1992. Shortly after, he developed a cartoon series for Film Roman based on the Mighty Max line of toys, aptly named Mighty Max. This series is a great example of the characteristics that defined his career: stories driven by three-dimensional characters, intelligent dialog chock-full of hidden yet relevant references, and zany situations. He also helped develop the ABC Saturday morning cartoon Cro in 1993. He reunited with Jymn Magon in 1994 for Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. Other notable series co-developed by Zaslove include Bump in the Night and The Legend of Calamity Jane. Mark Zaslove was an uncredited crew member (along with Roque Ballesteros, Lyla Warren, Jeff Biancalana, Alan Lau, Warren Graff and Kenn Navarro) on Space Jam, Quest for Camelot and The Iron Giant. He met Roque, Lyla, Jeff, Alan, Warren and Kenn again as he was working on the ultroviolent Happy Tree Friends. In 1998, Palisades Films optioned feature rights to Zaslove's script Sincerely Maggie based on the life of singer/songwriter Maggie Louie but the film was never produced. Zaslove jumped into the international scene in the 2000s, serving as a story consultant and show writer for the children's series LazyTown, produced in Iceland. He also became heavily involved in the emerging entertainment industry in India as well as making his foray into live-action writing and directing. He is a two-time Emmy award winner and a recipient of the Humanitas Prize. - Source, Wikipedia.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Interview With Mark Zaslove - Industry Insider


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