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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 and research for the credits is getting pretty diffcult (Gargoyles and Gummi Bears are the only Disney shows so far with some episodes with complete credits on the web.). 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 and the animators (with the exception of Kirk Tingblad) are in their seperate tribute.

7th update: 06/25/2017 - All Profiles Updated! Added Kirk Tingbald and Patricia Peraza profiles!

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.


Donna Alcock

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Beth Gunn and Barbara Ferro)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Beth Gunn and Traci Tolman)
Bearly Alive (with Beth Gunn)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Barbara Ferro and Beth Gunn)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Beth Gunn)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Beth Gunn)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Traci Tolman and Beth Gunn)
The Time Bandit (with Beth Gunn and Traci Tolman)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Traci Tolman)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Traci Tolman)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Traci Tolman)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Traci Tolman and Stephannie Elliott)
Destiny Rides Again (with Traci Tolman)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Traci Tolman)
Stuck On You (with Traci Tolman)

Production Assistant:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Johanne Beaudoin and Yolanda Valdez)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Johanne Beaudoin and Yolanda Valdez)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1- with Peggy Becker, Jacaleen Cotter, Luanne Wood, and Johanne Beaudoin)
Feminine Air (with Samanta Weerasinghe and Johanne Beaudoin)
Save The Tiger! (with Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
Captains Outrageous (with Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 2- with Johanne Beaudoin)
Citizen Khan (with Johanne Beaudoin and Samantha Weerasinghe)
My Fair Baloo (with Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Flight School Confidential (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Jumping The Guns (with Stephannie Elliott, Michael Pappalardo, Luanne Wood and Johnanne Beaudoin)
Louie's Last Stand (with Johanne Beaudoin, Luanne Wood and Stephannie Elliott)
Sheepskin Deep (with Stephannie Elliot, Michelle Pappalardo and Johanne Beaudoin)
Baloo Thunder (with Johanne Beaudoin, Rick West and Michelle Schlicht)
Bullethead Baloo (with Johanne Beaudoin)
The Sound & The Furry (with Johanne Beaudoin, Michelle Schlicht and Marjorie Warman)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Producer)
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Producer)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Assistant Producer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Assistant Producer)
Goof Troop (Assistant Producer)
Quack Pack (Production Manager)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Assistant Producer)

Other Works:
Hey Arnold! (Production Manager, Line Producer)
Curious George The Movie (Assistant Production Manager)
Ben 10 (Producer)
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (Producer)
Ben 10: Omniverse (Producer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer, Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer, Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Mixels (2016) - Producer)
Total Resume Credits: 14 Producer Credits, 3 Production Manager Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit.

Summary: Now known as Donna Smith and is the beloved of fellow TaleSpin storyboarder; David Scott Smith. Donna earned a B.A. in Radio/TV/Film graduating with honors from California State University, Northridge. From her inception at the Walt Disney Company as a live action series development assistant Donna enthusiastically advanced into the company's animation heritage to produce many outstanding successes such as "The Little Mermaid" television series and the evergreen holiday favorite, "Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too." Given the opportunity to break new ground in 1995 with then emerging network Nickelodeon, Donna helped grow their west coast animation facility producing over one hundred episodes of the prime time hit "Hey Arnold". Furthering that growth Donna brought Nick Burbank and Nick New York together to create the bicoastal production pipeline that delivered the Nick Jr. series "Oswald", and their many other popular productions.

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Jeffrey Arthur

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Coordinator:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Post-Production Coordinator)
Ducktales (Post-Production Coordinator)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Production Assistant)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Post-Production Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Post-Production Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Post-Production Supervisor)
Bonkers (Post-Production Supervisor)
Aladdin The Series (Post-Production Supervisor)
Gargoyles (Post-Production Supervisor)
The Mighty Ducks: The Series (Post-Production Supervisor)

Other Works:
NASCAR Racers (Post-Production Coordinator)
Dinozaurs (Post-Production Coordinator)
Flint The Time Detective (Post-Production Coordinator)
Escaflowne (Post Production Supervisor)
Digimon: Digital Monsters (Digimon Tamers) (Post-Production Supervisor)

Animation Debut: Obliteration (1984) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Digimon Tamers (2002) - Post Production Supervision/Transformers: Robots In Disguise - Post Production Supervisior.
Total Resume Credits: 31 Misc Credits.

Summary:

Also known as Jeff Arthur. Other productions as part of post-production include Monster Farm (no relation to Monster Rancher in anyway), Xyber 9: New Dawn, Mad Jack The Pirate, Silver Surfer, Saban's Adventures of Oliver Twist, The Mouse & The Monster, and Bureau of Alien Detectors.

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Anime News Network Profile
Staff Me Up Profile


Brian Baker

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning (Jerry Winicki, Marc Orfanos and Rick Hinson M.P.S.E.)
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Sound Effects Editor)

Other Works:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Editor)
Pound Puppies (Sound Effects Editor)
Snorks (Sound Editor)
The Flintstone Kids (Sound Effects Editor)
The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones (Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985) - Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1990) - Sound Effects Editor.
Most Recent Credits: TaleSpin (1991) - Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 8 Sound Department Credits, 1 Editor Credit.

Summary: Brian started with Hanna Barbara in 1986 with Pound Puppies, Foofur, The Flintstone Kids, Yogi's Treasure Hunt and Snorks along with the television movie The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones. He then did some TMNT sound editing before working for DTVA with Rescue Rangers and TaleSpin.

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Vonnie Batson

TaleSpin Work:

Continuity Coordinator:
All Episodes (with Jim Finch and Kathrin Victor)

Timing Director:
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn, Richard Tureblood and James T. Walker)
War of the Weirds (with Carole Beers, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Continuity Coordinator, Timing Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Slugging & Timing Director)
Darkwing Duck (Continuity Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Continuity Coordinator)
Bonkers (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Gargoyles (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin & King of Thieves (Continuity Coordinator)
Return of Jafar (Continuity Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Continuity Corrdinator)

Other Works:
Boy Who Cried Alien (Final Checker)
Jamal the Funny Frog Dentist (Final Checker)
Ugly Duck-Thing (Final Checker)
King of The Hill (Animation Timer)
Family Guy (Animation Timer)

Animation Debut: Hot Wheels (1969) - Checking/ Skyhawks – Checking.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Timing Director.
Final Credits: Danny Phantom (2005) - Sheet Timer/Fairly OddParents - Sheet Timer.
Total Resume Credits: 11 Misc Credits, 21 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit, 1 Director Credit.

Summary: Batson, who worked from 1966 until her retirement in 2005, was a director of the 1987 Fraggle Rock series. She was sometimes credited as Vonnie Batson-Edelstein. Born in New York on November 5th, 1936, Batson was an ink and paint artist for Bosustow Productions' Oscar-nominated short The Legend of John Henry (1974). For Pantomime Pictures, she was a checker for Hot Wheels and Sky Hawks (both 1969). At Disney, she was a continuity coordinator for the TV series TaleSpin (1990), Darkwing Duck (1991), Goof Troop (1992), Aladdin (1994) and Quack Pack (1996), as well as the direct-to-video feature films The Return of Jafar (1994) and Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1995).She was a timing director for 1990's DuckTales (and that year's DuckTales: The Movie - Treasure of the Lost Lamp). Batson was an animation timer for Film Roman's King of the Hill from 1998 to 1999 and Family Guy from 1999 to 2001. She was a final checker for Nicktoons' ChalkZone in 2002, along with Oh Yeah! Cartoons. Also at Nicktoons, she was a sheet timer for The Fairly OddParents from 2001 to 2003 and Danny Phantom from 2004 to 2005. In movies, she was an animation checker for Amblin Entertainment/Universal Pictures' An American Tail (1986) and Bagsadarian Productions' The Chipmunk Adventure (1987). She was a final checker for Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003), Paramount's first-ever direct-to-video animated movie. Batson also worked for Simba Enterprises, Filmation, Hanna-Barbera, Murakami-Wolf, Animation Camera Service, Filmfair, Cornell-Abood, Baer Animation, Adelaide and Fox. Vonnie passed away on June 16th, 2010.

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Animation Guild In Memoriam


Nanci Battelle

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Assistant:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Post Production Assistant)
Darkwing Duck (Post Production Assistant)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Post Production Assistant)
Raw Toonage (Post-Production Assistant)
Goof Troop (Post-Production Assistant)
Bonkers (Post-Production Assistant, Post Production Supervisor)
Return of Jafar (Script Coordinator)
Aladdin: The Series (Story Supervisor)
Gargoyles (Story Supervisor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Story Coordinator)
Aladdin & The King Of Thieves (Story Coordinator)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Story Coordinator, Script Continuity Coordinator)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Story Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Story Coordinator, Script Continuity Coordinator, Story Supervisor)
Quack Pack (Story Coordinator)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Story Coordinator)
Jungle Cubs (Continuity Coordinator)

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

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant/ Adventures of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant/ Adventures of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Jungle Cubs (1996) - Continuity Coordinator/ Quack Pack - Story Coordinator/ Mighty Ducks The Series - Story Coordinator, Script Continuity Coordinator/ Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles - Story Coordinator/ Gargoyles - Story Coordinator/ Timon & Pumbaa - Story Coordinator, Story Supervisor, Script Continuity Coordinator/ Aladdin & The King Of Thieves - Story Coordinator/ Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh - Story Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 17 Misc Credits, 9 Editorial Department Credits.

Summary: Her real name is now Nanci Schwartz starting in 1993. Nanci started off as a new business supervisor for First Colony Life Insurance Company in 1979 before working on various media gofer roles for Blair Entertainment (1984), J. Walter Thompson Ad Agency (1985), Casanova, Pendrill (1986) and Young & Rubicam Entertainment (1987). She then was hired by Disney in 1988 as a senior and production secretary; in addition to her work as a post-production assistant, and story coordinator for various DTVA roles. She was also part of the localization team for various DTVA shows being broadcasted in other countries until 1997.

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Greg Battes

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
Plunder & Lightning (with Gary Conklin, Bill Lorencz and James Gallego)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Star Is Torn (with Paro Hozumi and Bill Lorencz)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Gary Conklin)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Gary Conklin and Fred Warter)
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Gary Conklin)
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for The Gipper (with Gary Conklin)
Stuck On You
Your Baloo's in The Mail (with Gary Eggleston)
Paradise Lost (with Bill Lorencz)

Disney Work:
Tron (Airbrush Supervisor)
Darkwing Duck (Key Background Stylist)
Goof Troop (Key Background Stylist)
Bonkers (Key Background Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Key Background Stylist)
Quack Pack (Key Background Stylist)

Other Works:
Animaniacs (Background Painter)
God, The Devil & Bob (Animation Director)
Scooby-Doo & Scrappy Doo (Background Stylist)
Baby Blues (Background Painter)
Histeria! (Background Painter)

Animation Debut: The New Shamoo (1979) - Background Artist/ Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo - Background Artist/ Casper & The Angels - Background Artist/ The World's Greatest Superfriends - Background Artist/ The Super Globetrotters - Background Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Key Background Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Baby Blues (2002) - Background Painter/A Baby Blues Christmas Special - Background Key Designer, Background Painter.
Total Resume Credits: 26 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit, 1 Art Director Credit, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary:

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Johanne Beaudoin

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Darkwing Duck (Production Assistant)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Production Assistant)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Production Assistant)
Raw Toonage (Production Assistant)
Goof Troop (Production Assistant)
Aladdin The Series (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Return of Jafar (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Adminstrative Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Administrative Coordinator)
Jungle Cubs (Adminstrative Coordinator)
The Mighty Ducks The Series (Aminstrative Coordinator)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon (Administrative Coordinator)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Adminstrative Coordinator)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (1997) - Administrative Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Misc Credits.

Summary:

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Barbara Beck

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Supervisor:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
Stormy Weather
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Polly Wants a Treasure
Her Chance to Dream
For a Fuel Dollars More

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Post-Production Supervisor & Coordinator)
Ducktales (Post Production Supervisor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Post-Production Coordinator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Post-Production Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (Post-Production Coordinator)

Other Works:
The New Woody Woodpecker Show (Post Production Supervisior)
Star Worms II: Attack of the Pleasure Pods (Assistant Editor)
C-Bear & Jamal (Post-Production Director)
Land Before Time VI: Secret of Sarus Rock (Post-Production Director)
The Chornicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (Executive In Charge of Post Production)

Animation Debut: Muppet Babies (1985) - Film Researcher/ Star Worms 2: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods - Assistant Editor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Post-Production Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Harvey Beaks (2016) - Post-Production Supervisor/Sanjay & Craig - Post-Production Supervisor.
Total Resume Credits: 29 Production Manager Credits, 9 Editorial Department Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 3 Producer Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary: Currently works for Nickeloden Studios on such shows as Monsters VS Aliens, Pig Goat Banana Cricket, Sanjay & Craig and Harvey Beaks as a post-production supervisor.

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Peggy Becker

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1- with Donna Alcock, Jacaleen Cotter, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant/Assistant Producer)
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Producer)

Other Works:
Fraggle Rock The Animated Series (Production Assistant)
Diner (Production Manager)
Globehunters (Line Producer)
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes The Series (Production Manager)
The Magic Paintbrush (Associate Producer)

Animation Debut: Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (1987) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: The Electric Piper (2003) - Line Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Misc Credits, 6 Production Manager Credits, 5 Producer Credits.

Summary: Also worked on Fantastic Four and Iron Man (both from 1996 as an associate producer and on the titles).

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Lisa Bloom

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration for Christopher L. Stone:
For Whom The Bell Klangs (17 - "Tenbula/Scarab Chase")
Jolly Molly Christmas (11 - "Snowflakes" - Rebecca's Theme)
All Episodes With Shere Khan In Them (16 - "Khan Tower")

Disney Work:
It's Pat (Arranging/Orchestration)

Other Works:
The New Lassie (Composer)
Phoenix (Composer)
Batman: The Animated Series (Composer: Additional Music)
Kauai: Island of Beauty (Composer)
Rescuers: Story of Courage: Two Women (Orchestrator)

Animation Debut: The New Lassie (1989) – Composer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Arranging, Orchestration ("Snowflakes", "Khan Tower" , "Tenbula/Scarab Chase")
Most Recent Credits: Soliders Of Misfortune (2017) - Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 8+ Composer Credits, 20+ Music Department Credits.

Summary: Lisa Bloom Cohen creates music for film, television, ballet, musical theatre, and the concert hall. Born to a very musical family and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, Lisa began composing at eight years of age and studied piano throughout her childhood with the renowned Richard Gaw. At the University of California, Berkeley, she studied musical composition and economics, graduating with highest honors. Moving to Los Angeles, she continued her studies with famed motion picture/television composers Earle Hagen and David Raksin. Lisa has composed a number of scores for film and television. Her TV credits include The New Lassie; Batman Animated; The Immortals; and several ABC specials. Much in demand as a film and television music orchestrator for many years, Lisa's credits include Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman; The Stupids; Memoirs of an Invisible Man; Special Effects (IMAX); and Rescuers. Her orchestrations have been performed by the London Symphony and the Prague Radio Symphony. Lisa has also written two musicals, a full-length original score for the renowned Malashock Dance Company, and a variety of orchestral and chamber music.

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Timothy J. Borquez

TaleSpin Work:

Dubbing Mixer:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Sound Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Post Production Sound Supervisor, Supervising Re-recording Mixer, ADR Editor)
Goof Troop (Supervising Sound Editor, Supervising Re-recording Mixer)
Bonkers (Post-Production Sound Supervisor, Re-recording Mixer, Post-Production Sound Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Post-Production Sound Supervisor, Sound Editor, Supervising Re-recording Mixer)
Brave Little Toaster To The Rescue (Sound Recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor)
Brave Little Toaster Goes To Mars (Sound Recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor)
The Proud Family (Sound Mixer & Supervisor)
Special Agent Oso (Supervising Sound Editor, Re-recording Mixer, Sound Re-recording Mixer)
Sofia The First (Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor)
Wander Over Yonder (Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor)

Other Works:
A Whisper Kills (Supervising Sound Editor)
Garfield In Paradise (Sound Editor)
Over The Garden Wall (Supervising Sound Editor, Re-Recording Mixer)
I AM Weasel (Sound Recording Mixer)
Class of 3000 (Supervising Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Insight (1979) - Actor: Billy.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Dubbing Mixer.
Most Recent Credits: Clarence (2017) - Supervising Sound Editor, Re-recording Mixer/OK KO! Let's Be Heroes - Supervising Sound Editor, Re-Recording Mixer/The Powerpuff Girls - Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor/Samurai Jack - Re-recoding Mixer/Adventure Time - Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor/Steven Universe - Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor/We Bare Bears - Re-Recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor/Mighty Magiswords - Re-Recording Mixer/Regular Show - Re-Recording Mixer/Sofia The First - Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 171 Sound Department Credits, 18 Music Department Credits, 7 Editor Credits, 2 Editorial Department Credits, 3 Actor Credits, 1 Composer Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 3 Thanks Credits.

Summary: Tim was born in Los Angeles, California on December 17th, 1959. Tim started working as a stage, film and voice over actor and a musician for Screen Actors Guild and ASCAP in 1976 (and still does work like this to this very day) before moving to Sam Horta Editorial & Sound in 1982-1999 on dubbing and post-production sound recording. He then was the president of Pacifica Media Affliates and Artistic Director of Foothill Performing Arts Council from 1999-2010. He is currently the Post Production Executive and owner of Hacienda Post which is a major post-production sound dubbing company and has won 18 awards since it's inception (10 Emmys, 8 Golden Reel Awards.)

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Bruce Botnick

TaleSpin Work:

Music Engineer/Music Mixer for Christopher L. Stone:
All Episodes (1 - "Opening Air Battle", 2 - "Romantic Theme", 3 - "Wind Surfing/Iron Vulture", 4 - "Pirate Island", 5 - "Kit's Flight", 6 - "Wild Cat's Wild Ride", 7- "Big Battle", 8 - "Cape Suzette", 9 - "Don Karnage's Theme" 19 - "Finale", MGM Studios)
Select Episodes (10 - "Kit's Chase", 15 - "Omen/Storm", 16 - "Khan Tower", 18 - "Baloo Saves The Ship" - Universal Studios)

Disney Work:
Aladdin (Music Mixer & Recordist)
The Mighty Ducks (Music Scoring Mixer)
The Return of Jafar (Music Mixer)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Music Recordist)
Mulan (Score Mixer, Score Recordist)
The Shaggy Dog 2006 Edition (Score Recording & Mixing)

Other Works:
Air Force One (Music Mixer, Score Recordist)
Waterworld (Music Mixer, Music Recordist)
Matinee (Score Mixer, Score Recordist)
Death To Smoocchy (Music Mixer, Music Recordist)
The Mummy (Music Mixer)

Animation Debut: HWY: An American Pastoral (1969) - Sound Engineer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer, Music Mixer.
Most Recent Credits: Classic Albums: The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds (2016) - Himself, audio engineer.
Total Resume Credits: 98 Music Department Credits, 15 Sound Department Credits, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 2 Thanks Credits, 7 Self Credits.

Summary: Bruce Botnick is an American audio engineer and record producer, best known for his work with The Doors, and with Love. He engineered Love's first two albums, and co-produced their third album, Forever Changes, with the band's singer-songwriter, Arthur Lee. In November 1970, he took over production of The Doors' L.A. Woman album - their last with lead singer Jim Morrison - after the band's long-serving producer Paul A. Rothchild fell out with the group over the album's direction. Bruce also has a credit as assistant engineer on the Rolling Stones Let It Bleed album. He later produced Eddie Money's first two albums, Eddie Money in 1977 and Life For The Taking in 1978. Botnick also produced two albums for Paul Collins' rock group The Beat, including 1979's The Beat and 1982's The Kids Are The Same. Botnick had a long-running association with film composer Jerry Goldsmith as his scoring recordist and mixer. Botnick first met Goldsmith on 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture and they worked together on most of Goldsmith's film projects - numbering over 100 - from the 1980s through to Goldsmith's death in 2004.

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Darrel Bowen

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Liz Chapman)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Prop Design, Character Design)

Other Works:
Animaniacs (Model Designer)
Larger than Life (Actor- Role of Bearded Trucker)
Road Rovers (Character Design, Prop Design)
The Tick (Prop Design)
Mr. Bogus (Character Design, Clean Up, Storyboard Revisions)

Animation Debut: Muppet Babies (1990) - Model Designer/ Peter Pan & The Pirates - Character Designer/ The Chipmunks: Rockin Through The Decades - Layout Artist/Rugrats - Character Modeler.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Prop Designer.
Most Recent Credits: The Simpsons (2017) - Prop Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 16 Art Department Credits, 14 Animation Department Credits, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Producer Credit.

Summary: Sometimes known as Darrel Fritz; Darrel Bowen grew up in Florida on an interest in drawing. He started his career as early as 14 years old creating one panel gag cartoons on such magazines as the National Enquirer, Boy's Life and Saturday Evening Post. He went to college to learn the marketing side of the business, starting at a local junior college, then onward to Valdosta State College in Georgia and wraps it up at Florida State University. Darrel went on to Walt Disney World and worked on the Space Mountain rollar coaster ride to make money. He heard about the California Institute of the Arts and he attended it in Calfornia. The experience led him to become a full-time artist and he started into the business in 1988; working for visual development on principal character and object designs for a theme park boat ride in Oita, Japan for Landmark Entertainment Group. His first work as an animation artist (non-freelance as he was a freelance character and prop designer starting in 1988.) started with Klasky Csupo Animation with the Rugrats pilot episode in 1989 as a character designer and later to Project X Production on Peter Pan & The Pirates. He worked as a freelancer for many of the major animation studios including Walt Disney Television Animation (mostly on Darkwing Duck and did one TaleSpin episode as a prop designer). He moved to Los Angeles at about the same time. He has worked on various shows since leaving Disney in 1991 and was a character designer on such shows as The Tick, X-Men, Super Dave, Little Shop of Horrors and Road Rovers among them. He also worked with many of the toy and video game industry clients with various projects. In 2001; he got involved on the World Wide Web and worked with Balloon Dog Studios on character designs and created his own company Darrel Bowen Media. That company provides various television show services including storyboard, clean-up, animation, character/prop design and show development. He currently lives in Woodland Hills ,California and was the lead model supervisor for the WB cartoon Static Shock. He currently works on The Simpsons as a prop designer.

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Official Darrel Bowen Website
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Cecil E. Broughton M.P.S.E.

TaleSpin Work:

Supervising Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Supervising Sound Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Supervising Sound Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Supervising Mix Editor)
Quack Pack (Music Editor)
Jungle Cubs (Music Editor)

Other Works:
Into the Homeland (Sound Editor)
The Dalton In Cavale (Sound Editor)
The Jetsons (Music Editor)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (Music Editor)
Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue (Dialogue Exposure)

Animation Debut: The All-New Popeye Hour (1979) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Supervising Editor.
Most Recent Credits: The Grim Adventures Of Billy & Mandy (2004) - Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 29 Music Department Credits, 6 Editorial Department Credits, 33 Sound Department Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit, 1 Editor Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Cecil has been a sound editor for Hanna Barbera since 1981 and has done editing for The Jetsons and the 13 Ghosts Of Scooby Doo. He has also edited the underrated film Into the Homeland in 1987, the WWE Film No Holds Barred in 1989; and the special anti-drug show Cartoon All-Stars to The Rescue before moving to DTVA and doing sound editing for Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers and TaleSpin. Cecil started with Hanna Barbara in 1979 with The All New Popeye Hour. Working for Sam Horta Editorial and Sound he worked on HB (Pirates of Darkwater, Smurfs, Gobots, 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo etc.), Flimation (Ghostbusters, She-Ra etc.) and Sunbrow/TMS (Galaxy High, Visionaries, Bionic Six etc.). Cecil also sound edited The Chipmunk Adventure movie, and Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland along with several CBS Storybreak episodes. Rescue Rangers is his DTVA debut in 1989 and he also did Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop and Quack Pack. He also worked with Focus On The Family Films and then did Johnny Quest 1996 Edition and his most recent credit was Johnny Bravo in 2001.

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Krista Bunn

TaleSpin Work:

Archive Supervisor:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Archive Supervisor)
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Archives Adminstrator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Production Archive Adminstrator)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Supervisor of Archives)
Darkwing Duck (Archives Supervisor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Archives Supervisor)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Archives Supervisor)
Raw Toonage (Supervisor Production Art Services)
Goof Troop (Supervisor Production Art Services)
Bonkers (Supervisor Production Art Services)

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

Animation Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Archive Supervisor/ Ducktales - Production Assistant, Archive Supervisor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Archive Supervisor/ Ducktales - Production Assistant, Archive Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: Bonkers (1993) - Supervisor Production Art Services/ Goof Troop - Supervisor Production Art Services.
Total Resume Credits: 14 Misc Credits, 5 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Krista Bunn is the Digital Media Operations Manager on the DTSS - Creative Technology team. In her 29 years with the Walt Disney Company, Krista has developed expertise in creative content and taxonomy management through many different artwork operational roles she has held. Krista developed and manages the content structure and content securities for Digital Media Center (DMC). Krista oversees taxonomy management for both DCP Merchandise and Publishing business groups. Acting with subject manager expertise, Krista provides guidance and thought leadership to the DMC application team for the application’s content processing tools. Krista started her career with Disney in Production Management for Feature Animation and went on to be part of the TV Animation start-up team as Supervisor of Production Art Services and Promotions. She later moved to DCP as Art Purchasing / R&D Supervisor of Operations which lead to her present role of Digital Media Operations Manager for DTSS. Krista is a traditional (ink and brush) and digital inker and has been a freelance artist for DCP, Disney Records Group, Disney on Ice, Saban Entertainment, Mattel, The Disney Stores, Walt Disney Art Classics, Walt Disney Licensing, and Walt Disney Publishing. In addition, she has provided concept and final venues artworks for California Adventures, Disneyland, Walt Disney World and Euro Disney.

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Derek Carter

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Stylist:
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Kelly Day and Jim Schlenker)
Double or Nothing
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Jim Schlenker)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Jim Schlenker)
My Fair Baloo (with Jim Schlenker)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Kelly Day and Jim Schlenker)

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Storyboard, Key Layout Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Layout Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
Raw Toonage (Key Layout Designer)
Marsupilami (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Layout Designer, Key Background Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
The Return Of Jafar (Key Layout Designer)
Gargoyles (Key Layout Design)
Quack Pack (Key Layout Designer)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (Key Layout Stylist)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Key Layout Designer)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Layout Artist)
Jungle Book 2 (Key Location Designer)
Valiant (Layout Design)
Phineas & Ferb (Layout Designer)
Wild About Safety: Timon & Pumbaa Safety Smart Goes Green! (Design & Color)

Other Works:
The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island (Key Layout Stylist)
An American Tail: Treasure of Manhattan Island (Art Director)
Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows (Environment Designer)
Beverly Hill Teens (Background)
LEGO: The Adventures Of Clutch Powers (Set Designer)

Animation Debut: Ghostbusters (Filmation Edition) (1986) - Background Designer.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Storyboard Artist, Key Layout Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: The Land Before Time XIV: Journey Of The Brave (2016) - Key Layouts.
Total Resume Credits: 41 Animation Department Credits, 11 Art Department Credits, 1 Art Director Credit.

Summary: Sometimes known as Derek Parks Carter and was born in Surrey, UK on October 15th, 1942.

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Animation Insider Interview
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Liz Chapman

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
A Star Is Torn (with Marty Warner)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Marty Warner)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Dennis Greco and Terry Hudson)
Destiny Rides Again (with Dennis Greco and Terry Hudson)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Dennis Greco)
Stuck On You (with Dennis Greco)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Darrel Bowen)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Dennis Greco)
Bygones

Character Design:
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Tom Owens)
Stuck On You (with Tom Owens)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Skip Morgan)

Storyboard:
Baloo Thunder (with Jan Green and David Schwartz)

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Character Design, Storyboard)
Ducktales (Storyboard Designer, Model Designer)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Storyboard Revisions)
Darkwing Duck (Storyboard, Storyboard Cleanup, Prop Designer)
Goof Troop (Storyboard, Prop Designer, Storyboard Revisions, Character Designer)
Bonkers (Storyboard, Prop Designer, Storyboard Revisions, Character Designer)

Other Works:
Muppet Babies (Storyboard Director)
Smurfs (Story Director)
Little Clowns of Happytown (Storyboard)
The Glo Friends (Storyboard)
Alvin & The Chipmunks (Layout)

Animation Debut: Alvin & The Chipmunks (1984) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Storyboard Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Be Mine (2009) - Collaborating Director.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Art Department Credits, 7 Animation Department Credits, 7 Producer Credits, 5 Director Credits, 4 Art Director Credits, 2 Writer Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Now known as Liz Holzman and here's what she said about her: I was born in Oakland , California in 1953. My parents were involved in the arts and sciences: my father had a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Cal Tech and was an accomplished artist in glass; my mother studied Botany and was a watercolorist. I began painting at age 15 and taught myself by studying the works of many artists. After receiving a BA in Art from Mills College I became interested in film and animation and went on to receive an MFA from Cal Arts in Film Graphics, creating three animated films, and becoming a regional finalist in the Student Academy Awards. I worked for 25 years in the animation industry in Los Angeles at several studios, including Disney, and notably, I worked as a director and producer (and occasional writer) for Warner Brothers TV Animation. In this capacity, I received three Emmy Awards as well as other industry recognitions. My filmography includes Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs, Baby Blues, and The Zeta Project. During this period I also was a prolific painter, doing landscapes, portraits and still-lifes, primarily in oils, and experimented with different lighting conditions, including night painting and twilight. In 2003 I moved to Portland, Oregon, and continued painting while freelancing animation work. I taught and was Department Director for Animation and Games at the Art Insitute of Portland from 2006 - 2009. In 2010, I moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana, to become Animation Program Director at the University of St. Francis. Currently I am developing a large scale animation project while continuing painting. Liz Holzman passed away on August 11th, 2014 after a battle with cancer.

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Gary Conklin

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Paro Hozumi and Carol Kieffer Police)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Paro Hozumi)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Greg Battes and Bill Lorencz)
Bearly Alive
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Baloo Switcheroo
Flight of the Snowduck (with Greg Battes)
The Time Bandit
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Fred Warter and Greg Battes)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Flight School Confidential
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Greg Battes)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Greg Battes)

Disney Work:
Tron (Backgrounds)

Other Works:
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Backgrounds)
Heathcliff (Background Painter)
Denver The Last Dinosaur (Backgrounds)
Happily Ever After (Backgrounds)
Blackstar (Backgrounds)

Animation Debut: Plastic Man (1979) - Background Painter/ ABC Weekend Specials: The Incredible Detectives - Background Painter.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: TaleSpin (1991) - Key Background Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Animation Department Credits.

Summary:

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Jacaleen Cotter

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
A Touch of Glass (with Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Idol Rich (with Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
Polly Wants A Treasure (with Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1-with Donna Alcock, Peggy Becker, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
Road to Macadamia (with Michelle Robinson, Michelle Schlicht, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (With Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)
Bygones (with Johanne Beaudoin and Rick West)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Production Assistant)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
Bonkers (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Bonkers (1993) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 6 Misc Credits.

Summary: Her real name is Jacaleen Veber.

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Christine Craig

TaleSpin Work:

Track Reading:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Track Reading)
Goof Troop (Track Reading)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Track Reading)
Bonkers (Track Reading)
Aladdin The Series (Track Reading)
The Return of Jafar (Track Reading)
Gargoyles (Track Reading)
Jungle Cubs (Track Reading)
Quack Pack (Track Reading)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Track Reading)
Timon & Pumbaa (Track Reading)
Belle's Magical World (Track Reading)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Track Reading)
Recess (Track Reading)
Recess: School's Out (Track Reading)
Recess: Taking The Fifth (Track Reading)
Hercules: The Series (Track Reading)
Winnie The Pooh: Season of Giving (Track Reading)
Lloyd In Space (Track Reading)
Filmore! (Track Reading)
Teamo Supremo (Track Reading)
Teacher's Pet (Track Reading)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Track Reading)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Track Reading)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamps's Adventure (Track Reading)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Track Reading)
Kim Possible (Track Reading)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Track Reading)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Track Reading)
Special Agent Oso (Track Reading)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Track Reader.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Track Reader.
Most Recent Credit: Special Agent Oso (2009) - Track Reader.
Total Resume Credits: 11 Misc Credits, 28 Sound Department Credits.

Summary: Christine Craig is a teacher starting with Grace Brethren Elementary School in 1985 until 1988; when she worked for Disney as a track reader for DTVA. Officially retired in 2006 from DTVA to become a teacher again (which she began in 2004) for the Simi Valley Unified School District.

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Skip Craig

TaleSpin Work:

Track Reading:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Track Reading)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Track Reading)
Ducktales (Track Reading)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Track Reading)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Track Reading)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Track Reading)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Track Reading)
Darkwing Duck (Track Reading)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Track Reading)
Pedal To The Metal (Track Reading)
Goof Troop (Track Reading)
Bonkers (Track Reading)
Return of Jafar (Track Reading)
Aladdin The Series (Track Reading)
Gargoyles (Track Reading)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Track Reading)
The Bug Hunt (Track Reading)
A Goofy Movie (Track Reading)
Timon & Pumbaa (Track Reading)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Track Reading)
Jungle Cubs (Track Reading)
Quack Pack (Track Reading)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Track Reading)
The Mighty Ducks: The Series (Track Reading)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (Track Reading)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Track Reading)
Recess (Track Reading)
Pepper Ann (Track Reading)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Track Reading)
Beauty & The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (Track Reading)
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Track Reading)
Belle's Magical World (Track Reading)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Track Reading)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Track Reading)
Clerks (Track Reading)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Track Reading)
Mickey's House of Villains (Track Reading)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Track Reading)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Track Reading)
The Legend of Tarzan (Track Reading)
House of Mouse (Track Reading)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Track Reading)
The Tigger Movie (Track Reading)
Return to Neverland (Track Reading)
Teacher's Pet (Track Reading)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Track Reading)
Grievance Of A Starmaker (Track Reading)
Filmore! (Track Reading)
Kim Possible (Track Reading)
The Jungle Book 2 (Track Reading)
Lloyd In Space (Track Reading)
Dave The Barbarian (Track Reading)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Track Reading)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Track Reading)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Track Reading)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Track Reading)
Mulan II (Track Reading)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Pre-Production Track Editor, Track Reader)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Track Reading)
Leroy & Stitch (Track Reading)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Track Reading)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Track Reading)
The Emperor's New School (Track Reading)
The Fox & The Hound II (Track Reading)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Track Reading)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Track Reading)
Phineas & Ferb (Track Reading)
Tinkerbell & The Lost Treasure (Track Reading)
Special Agent Oso (Track Reading)
Brother Bear II (Track Reading)
Bambi II (Track Reading)
Tarzan II (Track Reading)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Track Reading)
Lilo & Stitch II: Stitch Has A Glitch (Track Reading)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Track Reading)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Track Reading)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Track Reading)
Winniw The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Track Reading)
Stitch: The Movie (Track Reading)
Piglet's Big Movie (Track Reading)
The Legend Of Tarzan (Track Reading)
101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (Track Reading)
Tarzan & Jane (Track Reading)

Other Works:
George of The Jungle 1967 (Editor)
The Dudley Do-Right Show (Additional Voices)
Hoppity Hopper (Editor)
The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show (Editor)
1001 Arabian Nights (Editor)

Animation Debut: 1001 Arabian Nights (1959) – Editor.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Track Reader/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Track Reader.
Most Recent Credits: Phineas & Ferb (2012) - Track Reader.
Total Resume Credits: 99 Sound Department Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 8 Editor Credits, 2 Editorial Department Credits, 1 Actor Credit.

Summary: His real name is known as George B. Craig and was born in November 1931 in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He started his creator as an editor for Jay Ward Productions and edited the famous Rocky & Bullwinkle series and George of The Jungle. He also played a voice for the Dudley Do-Right Show in the 1960's. In 1984; he left Jay Ward Productions and became a Track Reader for Walt Disney Television Animation with The Wuzzles in 1984 and has taken the job ever since.

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Mark R. Crookston

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Sam Horta, Michael Gollom and Paul Diller)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Supervising Sound Editor)

Other Works:
Millennium (Supervising Sound Editor)
A Nightmare Come Ture (Supervising Sound Editor)
Mulligans! (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Setting Sun (Supervising Sound Editor)
L.A. Law (Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Saturday Supercade (1983) - Expediting Assistant/ The Puppy's Further Adventures - Expediting Assistant/ Rubik, The Amazing Cube - Expediting Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sound Editor.
Most Recent Credits: That's Life (2001) - Supervising Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Sound Department Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 5 Editor Credits, 1 Editorial Department Credit.

Summary: Mark has been sound editing productions since 1983 doing the television series Millennium, LA Law and the cartoon show Garfield In Paradise. He also was Supervisor in sound editing for some little known movies such as Mulligans!, A Nightmare Come Ture, The Setting Son, and Tom & Jerry: The Movie. Mark started with Ruby Spears in 1983 as a expediting assistant for Saturday Supercade and Rubik: The Amazing Cube. He then worked on Rose Petal Place, I Love Chipmunks Valentine Special and ABC Weekend Specials. Then it was off doing specials for Garfield and the television series Garfield and Friends; along with Rocko's Modern Life in 1995. He was sound editor for the movie The Hidden in 1987. TaleSpin was his DTVA debut and he worked on Darkwing Duck. From there he did the Tom & Jerry Movie, and then it's L.A. Law, Space: Above & Beyond, Twilight Man, Mulligans!, A Nightmare Come True, Journey To The Heart, The Setting Son, and The Wonder Cabinet.

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Janet Cummings

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/II/IV- with Martha Skwara)
From Here to Machinery
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Star Is Torn
Last Horizons
Jumping the Guns (with Yolanda Rearick)
Louie's Last Stand (with Yolanda Rearick)
Sheepskin Deep (with Robin Draper)
Road to Macdamia (with Yolanda Rearick)

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Color Key Stylist, Color Key Supervisor)
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Color Key Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
Goof Troop (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Gargoyles (Color Key Stylist, Color Designer)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Timon & Pumbaa (Color Key Stylist)
Mighty Ducks The Series (Color Key Supervisor)
Recess (Color Key Stylist)
Hercules The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Color Key Stylist)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's London Adventure (Additional Color Stylist)
The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea (Additional Color Stylist)

Other Works:
Hey Good Lookin (Ink & Paint Supervisor)
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Color Modeller, Ink & Paint Supervisor)
American Pop (Color Model)
Fire & Ice (Color Model)
Animated Stories from the Book of Mormon - The Savior in America (Color Model)

Animation Debut: Heavy Traffic (1973) - Final Checker.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Color Key Stylist, Color Key Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (2001) - Color Key Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 31 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit.

Summary:

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Kelly Day

TaleSpin Work:

Computer Animation:
Plunder & Lightning (with Michael Peraza)
Jolly Molly Christmas

Key Layout Stylist:
Plunder & Lightning (Part II/IV-with Colette Van Mierlo)
Vowel Play (with Jim Schlenker)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Colette Van Mierlo and Frank Paur)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Derek Carter and Jim Schlenker)
Last Horizons (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Save The Tiger (with Colette Van Mierlo)
War of the Weirds (with Jim Schlenker and Colette Van Mierlo)
Captains Outrageous (with Paul Felix and Jim Schlenker)
Louie's Last Stand (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Sheepskin Deep
Baloo Thunder (with Jim Schlenker)
Destiny Rides Again (with Carol Kieffer Police, Paul Felix and Jim Schlenker)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Carol Kieffer Police and Paul Felix)
The Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Stuck On You (with Carol Kieffer Police and Paul Felix)
Paradise Lost (with Colette Van Mierlo)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (With Derek Carter and Jim Schlenker)
Bygones

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Technical Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Technical Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Computer Animator)
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Technical Director)
Raw Toonage (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Computer Graphics)
Bonkers (Computer Animator, Key Layout Designer)
Aladdin The Series (Technical Director)
Gargoyles (Technical Director)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Technical Director)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Technical Director)
House of Mouse (Technical Director)
Little Angelita (Technical Director)
Winnie The Pooh: 123's (CGI Artist)
Little Einsteins (Technical Director)

Other Works:
Alf Tales (Art Director)
Wolfpack Video Game (Background Designer)
Ultrabots Video Game (Modeler)
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Compositing Animator)
Nick's Thanksgiving Fest (Props)

Animation Debut: The Dallas Quest (1984) - Graphics/ Conan: Hall Of Volta - Graphics/ Treasure: In Search Of The Golden Horse - Art Department.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Technical Director.
Most Recent Credits: 13 (2014) - Director.
Total Resume Credits: 15 Animation Department Credits, 9 Art Department Credits, 7 Visual Effects Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Director Credit.

Summary: Kelly Day is a computer graphic and visual effects artist. He has credits in several feature films including most recently in the DreamWorks film "Anchorman." During the 1990's, Kelly was a Technical Director and Producer for Walt Disney Television Animation. He began his career at Disney as a background artist, and eventually established and managed the Walt Disney Television Computer Labs. Kelly has also designed for several animated video games and network cartoon shows, including, Ghost Busters, Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Alf. He received his BA in Industrial Design, Animation and Illustration from California State University, Northridge, in 1979. Kelly currently works for Morphonix LLC from 2004 onwards. Kelly was also working for Gork Enterprises, Graham Morris Animation and Six Foot Two Productions from 2002-2004.

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Chris Dibble

TaleSpin Work:

Music Engineer for Christopher L. Stone:
Jolly Molly Christmas (11 - "Snowflakes - Rebecca's Theme", 12 - "Rebecca Flustered", 13 - "Molly In Christmas Land", 14 - "Molly Sees 'Santa'" - 20th Century Fox.)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (17 - "Tenbula/Scarab Chase" - 20th Century Fox.)

Disney Work:
None available at this time...

Other Works:
The Manchurian Candidate (music mixer, music recordist)
The Talented Mr. Ripley (source music re-mixer, source music recordist)
The Cider House Rules (Music Recording Engineer)
Chocolat (music mixer, music recordist)
Shakespeare in Love (music mixer, music recordist)

Animation Debut: Paul Raymond's Erotica (1982) - Music Recordist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer.
Most Recent Credits: Despite The Falling Snow (2016) - Scoring Engineer.
Total Resume Credits: 99 Music Department Credits, 6 Sound Department Credits, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Chris Dibble is a world-renowned figure in the music recording industry, having been studio manager and chief engineer at the legendary Lansdowne Studios for over 30 years. Chris specialises in music recording and mixing for all kinds of sound-to-picture work. His impressive CV includes many major Film scores, including Billy Elliot, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Chocolat, Notes on a Scandal, Shakespeare in Love and The Talented Mr. Ripley. Chris's most recent work includes recording and mixing the score for La Vie En Rose, the multi-award winning biopic of the life of Edith Piaf. Chris started as a trainee at Lansdowne Studios in 1974 and was promoted to engineer within 18 months. He stayed at Lansdowne until its closure in 2006, during that time his talents were also employed in the USA, Russia and all over Europe. It is Chris’s vision that has established Cream as a world-class facility, combining the latest technology with a classic, traditional studio environment.

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Paul Diller

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Sam Horta, Michael Gollom and Mark R. Crookston)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Pepper Ann (Sound Effects Editor)
Eloise At The Plaza (Sound Effects Editor)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Sound Effects Editor)
Jonas (Sound Effects Editor)

Other Works:
Smallville (Sound Effects Editor)
Witchblade (Sound Editor)
Rosewood (Sound Effects)
Assassins (Sound Editor)
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (Sound Effects Editor)

Animation Debut: Heathcliff (1980) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sound Editor.
Most Recent: iZombie (2017) - Sound Effects Editor/Time After Time - Sound Effects Editor/Six - Sound Effects Editor/The New 30 - Sound Effects Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 194 Sound Department Credits, 1 Editorial Department Credit.

Summary: Paul J. Diller as he is known has been sound editing since 1980. Paul was a sound effects editor for Heathcliff and as has been a sound effects editor since then doing over 170 titles. Sample Resume: Smallville, In Plain Sight, Jonas, Prison Break, American Dragon: Jake Long, North Shore, Tarzan WB version, Night Vision, Nash Bridges, Walker Texas Ranger, Parker Lewis Cannot Lose, Bobby's World, 21 Jump Street and St. Elsewhere.

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Barbara Donatelli

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Part II/IV- with Stephannie Elliott and Traci Tolman)
From Here to Machinery
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Stephannie Elliott)
A Star is Torn
Last Horizons
Save The Tiger! (with Traci Tolman)
Jumping The Guns (with Traci Tolman)
Louie's Last Stand (with Traci Tolman)
Sheepskin Deep (with Stephannie Elliott and Traci Tolman)
Road to Macadamia (with Stephannie Elliott and Traci Tolman)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Stephannie Elliot and Traci Tolman)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Producer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Continuity Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Continuity Coordinator)
Raw Toonage (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
The Bug Hunt (Continuity Coordinator)
Gargoyles (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Continuity Coordinator)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Continuity Coordinator)
The Mighty Ducks The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Continuity Coordinator, Continuity Supervisor)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Continuity Coordinator)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Belle's Magical World (Continuity Coordinator)
Hercules: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Continuity Coordinator, Continuity Checker, Contestant Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Continuity Coordinator)
The Tigger Movie (Continuity Checker)
Little Angelita (Continuity Checker)
Recess: School's Out (Continuity Checker)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Continuity Checker)
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Continuity Checker)
House of Mouse (Continuity Checker)
Piglet's Big Movie (Continuity Checker)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Continuity Checker)
Mulan II (Continuity Checker)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Continuity Checker)
Lloyd In Space (Continuity Checker)
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II (Continuity Checker)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Continuity Checker)
The Buzz On Maggie (Continuity Coordinator)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Checker)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Continuity Coordinator)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Continuity Coordinator)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Continuity Coordinator)

Other Works:
Spiderman (1967) (Animation Checker)
GI Joe: The Movie (Production Manager)
Daffy Duck's Quackbuster (Assistant Coordinator)
The Simpsons (Animation Production Manager)
Meatballs & Spaghetti (Checking Supervisior)

Animation Debut: Spider-Man (1968) - Animation Checker.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer.
Most Recent Credit: Depatie/Freleng Music & Sound Mix-ologists (2016) - Herself/ Depatie/Freleng Odd Couples - Herself/Goodbye Warner Brothers, Hello DePatie-Freleng - Herself/Of Aardvarks, Ants, Inspectors & Cranes - Herself.
Total Resume Credits: 39 Misc Credits, 13 Animation Department Credits, 6 Production Manager Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 4 Self Credits.

Summary:

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Robin Draper

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Jill Stirdivant)
Time Waits for No Bear (with Jill Stirdivant)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
Plunder & Lightning (Act III)
Bearly Alive
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection On You (Act I-with Jill Stirdivant)
On A Wing & A Bear
Flight of the Snowduck
The Time Bandit
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Yolanda Rearick)
Sheepskin Deep (with Janet Cummings)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Yolanda Rearick)
Destiny Rides Again (with Britt Teegarden and Yolanda Rearick)
Stuck On You (with Yolanda Rearick and Britt Teegarden)
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Your Baloo's In the Mail
Paradise Lost (with Marta Skwara, Jill Stirdivant and Britt Teegarden)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Color Key Stylist)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Color Key Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Color Key Stylist)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Color Key Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Goof Troop (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Gargoyles (Color Key Stylist)
Timon & Pumbaa (Color Key Stylist)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey of a Princess (Color Key Stylist)

Other Works:
G.I. Joe- The Movie (Painter)
Transformers - The Movie (Painter)
The Secret of NIMH (Cel Painter)
Animalympics (Ink & Paint)
Starcom: The US Space Force (Character Color Stylist)

Animation Debut: Animalympics (1980) - Ink & Paint Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Color Key Stylist/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Color Key Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Jasmine's Enchanted Tales (2005) - Color Key Stylist/ The Cramp Twins - Color Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit.

Summary: Sometimes credited as Robin Draper Koblin. She worked for thirty years in the Animation Industry on such commercials and films as Charlie the Tuna & Captain Crunch to TV shows and films like The Pink Panther, Marvel's Transformers, Star Wars, Aladdin, Goofy and Duck Tales. She started painting cels early on and ended up choosing the colors for the cartoon characters, their clothing and their props. She works for herself now on various painting, sculpting and creating jewelry basically retiring since 2005.

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Dennis Dreith

TaleSpin Work:

Orchestrations for Christopher L. Stone:
Select Episodes ( 6 - "Wild Cat's Wild Ride", 15 - "Omen/Storm")

Disney Work:
None available at this time.

Other Works:
The Punisher (1989) (Composer)
The Shadow (1994) (Additional Music)
Purple People Eater (Composer)
Party Camp (Composer)
Shout (Music Coordinator)

Animation Debut: Jana Of The Jungle (1978) - Composer/ Battle Of The Planets - Composer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Orchestrations.
Most Recent Credits: Creep Van (2012) - Composer, Soundtrack, Actor - Disgruntled Car Wash Customer #2.
Total Resume Credits: 26 Music Department Credits, 19 Composer Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Dennis Dreith, an accomplished film composer, arranger, and conductor is also known in the motion picture industry as one of the hardest working advocates for musician's rights. Born in Burbank, California, on June 15th, 1948; Dreith showed a remarkable talent for music at an early age. He learned to play a variety of keyboard and reed instruments and while still in his teens. He formed a jazz combo in the late 1960s, and was so good, the late music promoter Ray Bowman scheduled them for a number of Monday night concerts at the legendary Ice House in Pasadena. Dreith grew to work as a musician in the film music industry and eventually worked with the International President of the Recording Musicians' Association (RMA), becoming its president... a post he held for over 15 years. Dennis was also a member and consultant for the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Negotiating Sub-committee for every major electronic media agreement negotiated by them. During that time, he was also AFM liaison to both the Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Special Payments Fund (MPSPF), and the Phonograph Record Manufacturers' Special Payments Fund, even addressing the House Sub-committee on Intellectual Properties in support of Digital Performers Rights legislation in Washington D.C. that was signed into law by President Clinton in November of 1995. In 1996, he traveled to Japan where he negotiated and executed a "Friendship Agreement" between the Musicians Rights Commission of Japan and the RMA, which in turn has resulted in the substantial distribution of Japanese royalties to U.S. recording musicians. Dreith is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund as well as the Independent Administrator of the AFM & AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund, overseeing the Japanese Record Rental Royalty Fund, the AHRA Fund (Audio Home Recording Act), and Digital Performance Royalties on behalf of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). For several years, Dreith has headed his own publishing company "Magic Closet Music" and is a partner in "Maverick Music", a production company scoring for both films and commercials. In addition to his career as an active film, television and advertising jingle composer, he has orchestrated and/or conducted scores for such motion pictures as "Misery", "Addams Family", "Heart and Souls", "A League of Their Own" and many others, providing services to composers John Williams, Lalo Schifrin, Dominick Frontiere, Marc Shaiman, Hans Zimmer, Eliott Goldenthal, Mark Isham and Cliff Eidelman. He was Music Supervisor on several major motion pictures as well as Music Consultant for the legendary Barbra Streisand "New Year's Las Vegas Concert". Dennis Dreith is a frequent and distinguished panelist for music industry seminars and has often been a guest lecturer at a number of universities. He has been a speaker at a variety of music education and related conferences in the United States and recently at the Cannes during the famed film festival there. He is a former member of the faculty at UCLA Extension as well as a past member of the UCLA Advisory Board to the Department of Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts. He lives in Studio City with his wife Leslieanne and daughter Marcella. He enjoys sailing, flying and travel. He is a recognized authority on the history of film music and has composed several classical pieces for orchestra and soloists.

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Sara Duran

TaleSpin Work:

Post Production Manager:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Manager)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Post-Production Manager)
Ducktales (Post Production Manager)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Post-Production Manager)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Post Production Manager)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Post-Production Manager)
Darkwing Duck (Post-Production Manager)
Trail Mix-Up (Post-Production Supervisor)
Aladdin (Post-Production Supervisor)
The Nightmare Before Christmas (Post Production Supervisor)
The Lion King (Post-Production Manager)
Pocahontas (Post-Production Manager)
Runaway Brain (Post-Production Manager)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Director of Post Production)
Hercules (Post-Production Director)
Mulan (Director of Post-Production)
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Manager)

Other Works:
The Dogwalker (Associate Producer, Post-Production Supervisor)
Julie Johnson (ADR Loop Group)
Kiosko (Writer)

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Post-Production Coordinator/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Post-Production Coordinator/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Post-Production Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Post-Production Coordinator/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Post-Production Coordinator/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Post-Production Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Kiosko (2007) - Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 16 Production Manager Credits, 7 Editorial Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary: Sara Duran-Singer, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Post Production is a 25 year veteran with the Walt Disney Studios. Sara started her career in post production at Television Animation overseeing the Disney Afternoon and moved over to Feature Animation to supervise the post work on such titles as “Aladdin”, “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, and “The Lion King”. During her tenure at Feature Animation, Sara significantly expanded the post organization to support a wide variety of projects, including the Pixar films, and was promoted to Vice President of Post Production. While head of the department, Sara lead the transition from film based editing and dailies onto a completely integrated digital workflow including dialogue recording, track reading, picture editing, dailies and final digital and film delivery. Sara is now tasked with the operational and strategic management of all the Post units at Walt Disney Studios, which includes all operational policies and procedures, further development and implementation of digital end to end workflows, and defining and supervising the Studio’s long term archiving and preservation strategies. Sara also is the executive lead on the Studio’s restoration and preservation of the classic animated features such as “Snow White and the Seven Drawfs”, “Lady and the Tramp” and “Sleeping Beauty”. She supervises a team of Disney animation, film and color experts who are charged with restoring and remastering the classics to their original beauty for Home Entertainment release.

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Gary Eggleston

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
Stormy Weather
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play
Her Chance to Dream
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Feminine Air
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Bringing Down Babyface
Baloo Thunder
Bullethead Baloo (with James Galleco and Michael Spooner)
Your Baloo's In The Mail (with Greg Battes)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Layout Artist)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Key Background Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Background Stylist)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Key Background Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Key Background Stylist)
The Little Mermaid (Visual Development Artist)
Darkwing Duck (Key Background Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Background Stylist)
Goof Troop (Key Background Stylist)
Bonkers (Background Development)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Layout Artist)
Gargoyles (Key Background Stylist)
Quack Pack (Key Background Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Key Background Stylist)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (Additional Background)
Jungle Book 2 (Key Background Stylist)
Tarzan II (Background Designer)
Aladdin Magic Carpet Ride (Illustrator)
Hercules VR Ride (Art Director)

Other Works:
The Tick (Background Color Design)
American Pop (Background Assistant)
Animated Stories From The Book Of Mormon: Savior In America (Background Stylist)
Adventures In Odyssey: In Harm's Way (Background Keys)
Adventures In Odyssey: Baby Daze (Background Keys)

Animation Debut: American Pop (1981) - Background Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: The Boondocks (2007) - Color Stylist/ Slacker Cats - Lead Key Background Designer, Lead Key Location Designer/The Drinky Crow Show - Color Director.
Total Resume Credits: 43+ Animation Department Credits, 7 Art Department Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Visual Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Gary M. Eggleston is a graduate from the Art Center College of Design. He has worked mostly for Walt Disney Television Animation over the years; but has been working on several projects before that; including American Pop, and also worked on the Disney feature projects: The Little Mermaid and the television special Mickey's Christmas Carol. Gary has also worked for Nickelodeon, Saban, Marvel, Film Roman, Fred Wolf, Don Bluth, Bakshi, Saul Bass and many others; including working on several Christan productions and the Adventures In Odyssey series. When new technology loomed around; he transfered into Disney's Imagineer Virtual Reality Lab. Gary was last seen working as an art director on several Virtual Reality rides for Disney and was creating Virtual Sets for TV Production. Gary also was an art director for Pier One Imports from 1972 to 1975, producing ads, print promotions, displays, and corporate annual reports in Fort Worth, Texas. As a freelancer; he also did a Monsters Inc. storybook, production designing for the live action film The Quest and also did illustrations and concept painting for the Falcon Gold space adventure series; along with NASA Planetary Exploration.

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Stephanie Elliott

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV- with Barbara Donatelli and Traci Tolman)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Barbara Donatelli)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Scott Wolf)
Double or Nothing (with Scott Wolf)
Captains Outrageous (with Scott Wolf and Traci Tolman)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Traci Tolman)
My Fair Baloo (with Traci Tolman and Scott Wolf)
Sheepskin Deep (with Traci Tolman and Barbara Donatelli)
Pizza Pie in the Sky (with Traci Tolman and Donna Alcock)
Baloo Thunder (with Traci Tolman)
Road to Macadamia (with Traci Tolman and Barbara Donatelli)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Traci Tolman and Barbara Donatelli)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Traci Tolman)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Traci Tolman)
Paradise Lost (with Traci Tolman)
Bygones (with Traci Tolman)

Production Assistant:
Double or Nothing (With Donna Alcock, Luanne Wood and Johnanne Beaudoin)
Last Horizons (With Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Johanne Beaudoin and Yolanda Valdez)
Jumping The Guns (With Donna Alcock, Michelle Pappalardo, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
Sheepskin Deep (with Donna Alcock, Michelle Pappalardo and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Production Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
King of the Hill (Associate Producer)
C-Bear & Jamal (Production Manager)
The Twisted Tales of Felix The Cat (Production Manager)
The Critic (Production Manager)
Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms (Animation Producer)

Animation Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Allen Gregory (2011) - Production Manager.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Misc Credits, 7 Production Manager Credits, 4 Producer Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit.

Summary: Was credited in Ducktales as Barbara Brysman.

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Ron Eng

TaleSpin Work:

Foley Design:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Petal To The Metal (Sound Editor)
Goof Troop (Foley Editor)
Beauty and The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (Supervising Sound Editor)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Co-Supervising Sound Editor)
Doug's First Movie (Sound)
The Tigger Movie (Sound Editor)
Recess: School's Out (Sound Designer)
Return to Neverland (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Jungle Book 2 (Supervising Sound Editor)
Teacher's Pet (Supervising Sound Editor)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Supervising Sound Editor)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Supervising Sound Editor)
Tarzan II (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Supervising Sound Editor)
Brother Bear II (Co-Supervising Editor)
Tinker Bell (Supervising Sound Editor)

Other Works:
Lost In Space (Sound Editor)
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (Sound Effects Editor)
Rules of Engagement (Sound Editor)
Private Lesson II (Foley Editor)
Mulholland Dr. (Sound Re-Recording Mixer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Foley Designer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Foley Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Twin Peaks (2017) - Sound Supervisor, Re-Recording Mixer.
Total Resume Credits: 96 Sound Department Credits, 1 Special Effects Credit, 2 Composer Credits, 1 Producer Credit.

Summary: Also known as Ronald Eng, this man has been a sound effects and foley designer since 1989 when he originally was a musician in Florida. His first production after TaleSpin (which he won a Golden Reel Award for Foley Design) was the movie sequel Private Lessons II and he has worked on such movies as Independence Day, Anaconda, Lost in Space: The Movie and Star Trek: Insurrection. He also worked on a few cartoon movies such as The Wild Thornberry's Movie, Jungle Book 2, Recess: Schools Out and Peter Pan 2: Return to Neverland. In 2003; Ronald is still a sound producer working on The Hunted and American Wedding. He also founded his own company in 2002 which has been dissloved recently. He also works for Sony Pictures as a sound editor.

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Paul Felix

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Carol Kieffer Police)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Carol Kieffer Police)
The Idol Rich (with Michael Spooner)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Carol "Kieffer" Police)
Molly Coddled (with Michael Spooner)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Carol Kieffer Police)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act II- with Michael Spooner)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Carol Kieffer Police)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Michael Spooner)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Carol Kieffer Police)
Captains Outrageous (with Kelly Day and Jim Schlenker)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Carol Kieffer Police)
Citizen Khan (with Michael Spooner)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Michael Spooner)
Flight School Confidential (with Michael Spooner)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Michael Spooner)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Carol Kieffer Police)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Carol Kieffer Police)
Destiny Rides Again (with Kelly Day, Carol Kieffer Police and Jim Schlenker)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Carol Kieffer Police and Kelly Day)
Stuck On You (with Kelly Day and Carol Kieffer Police)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer, Character Designer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer)
Raw Toonage (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Layout Designer)
The Return of Jafar (Layout Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
Gargoyles (Development Designs)
A Goofy Movie (Layout Keys)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Layout Design)
Mulan (Character Design, Visual Design)
Tarzan (Principal Location Design)
The Emperor's New Groove (Production Design)
Lilo & Stitch (Production Design)
Brother Bear (Visual Development)
The Story Room: The Making of Lilo & Stitch (Himself)
Bolt (Art Director)
Super Rhino (Art Director)
The Princess & The Frog (Additiona Production Support)
Big Hero 6 (Production Designer)
Zootopia (Departmental Leadership - Walt Disney Animation Studios)
Inner Workings (Production Designer)

Other Works:
Ring Raiders (Storyboard Clean Up)
Captian N: The Game Master (Visual Development)
ALF: The Animated Series (Storyboard Clean Up)
Little Golden Book Land (Storyboard Clean Up)
ALF Tales (Storyboard Clean Up)

Animation Debut: ALF Tales (1988) - Storyboard Cleanup/ A.L.F. - Storyboard Cleanup.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Key Layout Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Inner Workings (2016) - Production Designer/Zootopia - Departmental Leadership - Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Total Resume Credits: 18 Animation Department Credits, 8 Art Department Credits, 3 Art Director Credits, 4 Production Designer Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Self Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Paul Felix is a visual development artist whose credits include Disney feature animation titles like Mulan, Brother Bear, The Little Mermaid, Lilo & Stitch, Tarzan and The Emperor’s New Groove.

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Barbara Ferro

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Donna Alcock and Beth Gunn)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Donna Alcock and Beth Gunn)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Producer)
Ducktales (Assistant Producer)
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Assistant Producer)

Other Works:
Fraggle Rock (Assistant Producer)
Muppet Babies (Assistant Producer)
Nancy Drew: Secret of the Scarlet Hand (Videogame- Vice President of Development)
Nancy Drew: Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake (Videogame- Vice President of Development)
Edgar & Ellen (Executive Producer)

Animation Debut: InHumanoids (1986) - Production Manager.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Assistant Producer.
Most Recent Credits: Edgar & Ellen (2008) - Executive Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 6 Producer Credits, 3 Production Manager Credits, 4 Misc Credits.

Summary: Barbara Ferro started work as floater for Norman Lear Production at around 1982 after moving from Wisconsin to Los Angeles. A floater was someone who did the little stuff around the set such as give drinks to the actor, assemble press kits and handling casting and PR relations (she worked with All In The Family as a floater). She left Norman Lear Productions in 1984 and worked as a Production Assistant at Marvel's cartoon television division working on such cartoons as Fraggle Rock (animated) and Muppet Babies. She left that job in 1988 to become one of the beginners of the Golden Age of Walt Disney Television Animation as an Assistant Producer of Ducktales and Winnie The Pooh among others. She stayed in that job until 2001 when she finally decided to leave and move back to Wisconsin to work for Karen Johnson Productions as Vice President of that company. That company designs multimedia products and was responsible for several Nancy Drew Personal Computer Games and also worked with Activision from 2008-2010. Since 2012; Barbara is working for Hanson Dodge Creative as Senior Project Manager.

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Jim Finch

TaleSpin Work:

Continuity Coordinator:
All Episodes (with Vonnie Batson and Kathrin Victor)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Continuity Coordinator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Continuity Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Continuity Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Raw Toonage (Continuity Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Continuity Coordinator)
Bonkers (Continuity Coordinator)
The Return of Jafar (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Gargoyles (Continuity Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Continuity Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Continuity Coordinator)
Jungle Cubs (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Continuity Coordinator)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Continuity Coordinator)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Continuity Coordinator)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Continuity Coordinator)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Continuity Coordinator)
Clerks (Continuity Coordinator)
The Legend of Tarzan (Continuity Coordinator)
Mickey's House of Villains (Continuity Coordinator)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Continuity Coordinator)
House of Mouse (Continuity Coordinator)
Mulan II (Continuity Coordinator)
The Buzz On Maggie (Coninuity Coordinator)
Bambi II (Continuity Coordinator)
Kim Possible (Continuity Coordinator)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Continuity Coordinator)

Other Works:
Pole Position (Associate Producer)
Hercules & Xena: The Animated Movie - The Battle For Mount Olympus (Animation Checker)
Star Chaser: The Legend of Orin (Scene Planner)
The Fonz & The Happy Days Gang (Checking & Scene Planning)
The Flintstones Comedy Show (Checking & Scene Planning)

Animation Debut: The Flinstone's Comedy Show (1980) - Check & Scene Planning.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Continuity Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2011) - Continuity Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 33 Misc Credits, 5 Animation Department Credits, 1 Producer Credit.

Summary: Sometimes credited as James P. Finch.

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James Gallego

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
Plunder & Lightning (Act IV- with Bill Lorencz and Greg Battes)
Save The Tiger!
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Christine Maltese)
Bullethead Baloo (with Gary Eggleston and Michael Spooner)
The Sound & The Furry

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Key Background Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Background Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Art Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Art Director)
Tummy Trouble (Background Artist)
Darkwing Duck (Art Director)
Pedal to the Metal (Key Background Stylist)
Goof Troop (Art Director)
The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series (Art Director)
Bonkers (Art Director)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Art Director)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Key Background Stylist)
Return of Jafar (Art Director)
Quack Pack (Key Background Stylist)
Timon & Pumbaa (Key Background Stylist)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Art Director)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Key Background Stylist)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Art Director)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Art Director)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Art Director)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (Background Painter)
The Princess & The Frog (Background)

Other Works:
The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse (Art Director)
Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theather (Color Stylist)
Rocko's Modern Life (Background Painter)
All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (Background Color Key)
The Boondocks (Color Stylist)

Animation Debut: Kidd Video (1984) - Color Designer.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Guardians Of Galaxy (2016) - Background Painter.
Total Resume Credits: 40 Animation Department Credits, 4 Art Director Credits.

Summary: James Gallego is a graduate of the Art Centre College of Design in Pasadena; he began his career as an illustrator for several animation studios including DIC, Hanna-Barbera, Ruby-Spears, Universal, MGM, Warner Brothers, Marvel and Nickeloden. He joined Walt Disney Television Animation in 1988 and worked as an art director on nearly every television series up to 1995. He then move to DisneyToons to work on the Hunchback of Notre Dame and Pocahontas sequels. Since 2009; he returned to Nickelodeon studios to work on visual development and digital painter.

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Philip Giffin

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration for Christopher L. Stone:
Jolly Molly Christmas ( 12 - "Rebecca Flustered")

Disney Work:
The Little Mermaid (Orchestrator)
Darkwing Duck (Composer)
The Barefoot Executive 1995 Edition (Composer)
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes 1995 Edition (Composer)
That Darn Cat 1996 Edition (Composer: Additional Music)
First Kid (Composer: Additional Music)
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Additional Music)

Other Works:
Boomtown (Composer)
Kudzu (Composer)
Doctor Dolittle (additional orchestrator)
Die Hard 2 (orchestrator)
The Last Boy Scout (orchestrator)

Animation Debut: Kudzu (1977) – Composer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Orchestrator, Arranger.
Most Recent Credits: Amityville: The Awakening (2017) - Composer: Additional Music.
Total Resume Credits: 38 Composer Credits, 34 Music Department Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit.

Summary: Griffin grew up in Wooster, Ohio.At age nine, Giffin got his first real guitar. Soon thereafter he formed a band and has been in some form of ensemble ever since. It wasn’t until his senior year of high school that Giffin began formally studying music. He studied piano, music theory and music composition. While a senior, his father showed him an ad in the jazz magazine Down Beat for Berklee School of Music in Boston. Giffin applied and was accepted. While at Berklee, Giffin scored a documentary titled "Kudzu" for a Boston University student. The film went on to receive numerous awards including an Academy Award nomination. After four years at Berklee, Giffin graduated with honors and stayed in Boston for three more years touring with nightclub bands. Although he had never been to California, he decided that Los Angeles was the place to live if he were to pursue TV and film composing. He left Boston, stopped at his home in Ohio, bought an old car and drove to Los Angeles. Giffin continued to orchestrate and write cues for Michael Kamen on such film as "Die Hard" (I and II) and "Lethal Weapon" (I and II). Richard Gibbs also hired Giffin as an orchestrator and music producer on film projects. He worked with him on the first season of the Fox hit TV series "The Simpsons." Through another Gibbs recommendation, Giffin achieved his first solo composing assignment, scoring the animated Disney series "Dark Wing Duck." "Dark Wing Duck" incorporated a full orchestra into the weekly series. The assignment opened other doors for Giffin in television and feature scoring from comedies such as "Muppets Tonight" and "Beethoven’s 4th" to dramas such as "Deadly Relations" and "Boomtown." Philip Giffin and his wife Karen live in Southern California with their two children. When Giffin is not in the studio scoring TV and movies, he continues to produce records. He recently produced his wife, Karen Blake’s album titled, "Small Potatoes."

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Jim Gilstrap

TaleSpin Work:

Lead Vocals - "Spin It" Opening Theme:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Dinosaurs (Vocalists)

Other Works:
8 Simple Rules (Backup Singer - All I Want For Christmas)
Grease (Background Vocalist)
Good Times (Lyrics)
Try Seventeen (Lyrics)
Swing Your Daddy (Singer)

Animation Debut: Good Times (1974) - Performer "Good Times"/ 99 & 44/100% Dead - Performer "Easy, Baby".
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Performer "Spin It!".
Most Recent Credits: Mike & Mike (2016) - Performer: Good Times/Norman Lear: Just Another Version Of You - Performer: Good Times/The Simpsons - Singer.
Total Resume Credits: 12+ Soundtrack Credits, 6 Actor Credits, 3 Music Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Gilstrap was born November 10, 1946 in Pittsburg, Texas to Jodie and Pearlie Mae (Tolbert) Gilstrap. He began his career in the music industry when he returned from serving in the Vietnam War . Early groups he worked with include the Doodletown Pipers and The Cultures. In the early 1970s, Gilstrap was one of the backing vocalists in Stevie Wonder's backing outfit, 'Wonderlove', appearing on Wonder's albums, Talking Book and Innervisions. Gilstrap sang the opening two lines of the Wonder song, "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" (with Lani Groves singing the next two lines). He subsequently signed a recording contract with Chelsea Records in 1975. His recording of the Kenny Nolan penned "Swing Your Daddy" was a #4 hit in the UK Singles Chart in April 1975, and reached #10 in the U.S. Billboard Black Singles chart. Gilstrap also recorded two albums of his own during the 1970s. The first, titled Swing Your Daddy, contained three more singles in "I'm on Fire" (covering 5000 Volts; it made #78 in the US), "House of Strangers" and "Put Out the Fire." The second album, Love Talk (1977), was not as successful. He worked as a session artist for the UK singer Elkie Brooks on her album Live and Learn (1979), among other performances. He can be heard in a vocal performance on Quincy Jones' 1974 jazz-funk composition "Soul Saga (Song Of The Buffalo Soldier)", from Jones' Body Heat album. Gilstrap has also provided the male lead vocals for the theme music to the 1970s television program Good Times. He performed as a background vocalist for the film Grease (1978). "I've Got You Where I Want You" (1975) was used in the soundtrack of the film Three Days of the Condor. In addition, he sang the theme song for the 1990s cartoon series TaleSpin. More recently he did an original song for the Japanese film Survive Style 5+ entitled "A Lament". He worked with the group Side Effect on their track "Run, Run, Run" that was released on Bell Records.

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Michael Gollom

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Sam Horta, Mark R. Crookston and Paul Diller)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Sound Effects Editor)
The Little Mermaid, The Animated Series (Sound Effects Editor)
Goof Troop (Sound Effects Editor)
Bonkers (Sound Effects Editor)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Sound Effects Editor)
Quack Pack (Sound Editor)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Supervising Sound Editor)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Supervising Sound Editor)
Mickey's House of Villains (Supervising Sound Editor)
Legend of Tarzan: The Animated Series (Supervising Sound Editor)
Tarzan & Jane (Supervising Sound Editor)
The House of Mouse (Supervising Sound Editor)

Other Works:
L.A. Law (Dialogue Editor)
St. Elsewhere (Dialogue Editor)
Law & Order (Sound Editor)
Sliders (Sound Editor)
The Oblongs (Supervising Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Cagney & Lacey (1981) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sound Editor.
Most Recent Credits: God Of War II (2007) - VP of Interactive Services: In-Game Cinematics.
Total Resume Credits: 64 Sound Department Credits, 3 Actor Credits, 1 Editor Credit, 1 Editorial Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 2+ Thanks Credits.

Summary: Michael Gollom has been a regular Dialogue and Sound Editor since 1981 when he worked as a Sound Effects Editor for Cagney & Lacey. Between 1982 and 1995 he has done at least 40 top television shows in the sound department including Demolition Man, The Ren & Stimpy Show and Doogie Howser MD. When Sony's PlayStation became a powerful brand; he was the sound director behind two key Universal franchises (formally Sony franchises): Spyro The Dragon and Crash Bandicoot. He also worked on cartoons such as Biker Mice From Mars, Rocko's Modern Life and many of the DTVA shows in the start of 1990. Recently; he was finally heard as a voice actor for the PlayStation 2 videogame: Jak & Dexter: The Precursor Legacy playing the role of The Oracle. Michael Gollom started Technicolor Interactive in 2005 afterwards doing sound editing for the Blue Dragon, Gears of War, Jade Empire, Mass Effect, and Scarface games among others. He is currently working with Thoughtlmprint Solutions as EVP Business Development as of March of 2014.

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Dennis Greco

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
Save The Tiger! (with Marty Warner)
Captains Outrageous (with Terry Hudson)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Terry Hudson and Marty Warner)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Terry Hudson)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Liz Chapman and Terry Hudson)
Pizza Pie In the Sky (with Terry Hudson)
Baloo Thunder (with Terry Hudson)
Destiny Rides Again (with Liz Chapman and Terry Hudson)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Liz Chapman)
Stuck On You (with Liz Chapman)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Liz Chapman)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Key Layout Designer)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Prop Design)
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Layout Designer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Prop Designer)
Aladdin The Series (Prop Designer)
Return of Jafar (Key Layout Designer)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Prop Design)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Additional Visual Design)
Treasure Planet (Addtional Visual Development)
Lion King 1 1/2 (Production Design)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Production Designer)
Home On The Range (Additional Visual Development)
Meet The Robinsons (Visual Development)
Tinker Bell (Location Designer)
Tinker Bell & The Lost Treasure (Location & Prop Designer)
Tinker Bell & The Great Fairy Rescue (Location & Prop Designer)
Tinker Bell: Pixie Hollow Games (Prop Designer)
Frankenweenie (Art Department Illustrator: Los Angeles)
Tinkerbell & The Pirate Fairy (Background Designer)
Dragon Empire (Visual Development)
Penn Zero: Part Time Hero (Background Designer)
Elena of Avalor (Location Designer)

Other Works:
Cats Don't Dance (Visual Development)
ALF Tales (Prop Designer)
The What A Cartoon Show (Background Layout)
California Raisins (Background Layout)
Lazer Tag Academy (Background Layout)

Animation Debut: The Chipmunks Go To The Movies (1986) - Background Layout Artist/ Lazer Tag Academy - Layout Artist, Background Layout Artist/ Punky Brewster - Background Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Prop Designer/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Key Layout Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Elena of Avalor (2016) - Location Designer/Rock Dog - Concept Artist/Superbook - Environment Designer, Props, Concept Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Animation Department Credits, 22+ Art Department Credits, 3 Production Designer Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: From Dennis Greco's website: I have been in Animation for 29 years starting off at a small spin off studio from Hanna Barbera called Ruby Spears. I stayed in the TV side of the industry for several years working on dozens of TV series. My first feature film was Rescuers Down Under and have since worked on 10 feature films, at least 15 videos and several shorts. I started as a layout artist but as the years went on and technology changed from 2d to 3d I went into the production design aspect of the industry. I am very lucky to be one of the few traditional pencil artists left in the animation 3d world.

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William Griggs

TaleSpin Work:

Supervising Music Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Sam Horta, Mark R. Crookston and Paul Diller)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Sound Editor)
The Little Mermaid, The Animated Series (Sound Effects Editor)
Goof Troop (Music Editor)
Bonkers (Sound Editor, Music Editor)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Supervising Music Editor, Supervising Sound Editor)
Jungle Cubs (Supervising Music Editor)
Quack Pack (Supervising Sound Editor)
Mighty Ducks (Supervising Sound Editor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Supervising Sound Editor)
Pepper Ann (Supervising Sound Editor)
Belle's Magical World (Supervising Sound Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Supervising Sound Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Foley Editor, Supervising Sound Editor)
Hercules: The Series (Foley Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (Supervising Sound Effects Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Spookable Pooh (Supervising Sound Editor)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Supervising Sound Editor)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventures (Sound Editor)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Supervising Sound Editor)
Kim Possible (Sound Editor, Re-Recording Mixer)

Other Works:
Monkey Magic (Sound Re-Recording Mixer)
Cross Of Fire (Sound Editor)
Lawless (Supervising Sound Editor)
The Replacements (Sound Editor)
The Byrds Of Paradise (Dialogue Editor)

Animation Debut: Johnny Quest (1986) - Supervising Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Supervising Music Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Snowflake (2016) - Re-recording Mixer.
Total Resume Credits: 54 Sound Department Credits, 14 Music Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: William Griggs retired from sound and music editing in 2004 to become an operations manager for Irving Oil and a delivery manager for Palmer Gas Ermer Oil Company from 2010 to 2014 before returning to sound editing.

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Beth Gunn

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck (with Donna Alcock and Barbara Ferro)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I- with Donna Alcock and Traci Tolman)
Bearly Alive (with Donna Alcock)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Donna Alcock and Barbara Ferro)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Donna Alcock)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Donna Alcock)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Traci Tolman and Donna Alcock)
The Time Bandit (with Donna Alcock and Traci Tolman)

Disney Work:
There are no works at this time.

Other Works:
Jem! (Production Manager)
The Snorks (Production Manager)
Princess Tenko & The Guardians Of Magic (Production Manager)
Conan the Adventurer (Production Manager)
Bad Dog (Production Manager)

Animation Debut: Jem! (1985) - Production Manager/The Snorks - Production Manager, The Smurfs - Production Manager, Superfriends - Production Manager.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer.
Most Recent Credits: Clone High (2003) - Line Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 23+ Production Credits.

Summary: Also known as Beth Gunn-Osborn; Beth has had over 20 years of experience on television and animation. She started her career at Hanna Barbera in the mid 1980's on shows such as The Snorks, The New Jetsons, Superfriends and the sixth season of the Smurfs. She has since worked for many compaines since and has worked on such projects as My Little Pony, X-Men, The Tick, Conan The Adventurer, Exosquad and Muppet Babies. She was director of production for Fox Family Worldwide in the 1990's and was an assistant producer for TaleSpin during the same time period. Like Jeffrey Arthur; she was director of production to shows such as Monster Farm (no relation to Monster Rancher), NASCAR Racers, Flint The Time Detective, The Avengers, and Xyber 9: New Dawn among others.

"I think that this show will definitely be geared for an older audience." - Comment on TaleSpin's target age group.

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Thomas A. Harris

TaleSpin Work:

Music Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Brian F. Mars)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Timon & Pumbaa (Sound Effects Editor)
Belle's Magical World (Sound Effects Editor)
The Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Sound Effects Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series (Sound Effects Editor)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Sound Effects Editor)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Supervising Foley Editor)

Other Works:
ER (ADR Supervisor, Dialogue Editor)
Third Watch (ADR Supervisor, Dialogue Editor)
The West Wing (Supervising Sound Editor/Designer)
Ren & Stimpy (Sound Effects Editor)
Sisters (Dialogue Editor)

Animation Debut: Cousins (1989) - Assistant Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Just Add Magic (2017) - Supervising Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 34 Sound Department Credits, 1 Music Department Credit.

Summary: Thomas started mostly as a sound editor for the movie Cousins in 1989; then it was mostly television series from there: Bobby's World, Garfield & Friends, Life Goes On, The Cosby Mysteries, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, ER, The West Wing, Third Watch, Lost, Six Degrees, Eli Stone and FlashForward. Fringe is his most recent credits. He did several DTVA shows including Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, The Mighty Ducks, and Timon & Pumbaa; along with Ren & Stimpy non-DTVA animation wise.

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Jennifer Harrison

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning (with Craig Paulsen, David Lynch and Thomas Needell)
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Last Horizons
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Apprentice Editor, Dialogue Editor)
Ducktales (Apprentice Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Dialogue Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Editor)
Goof Troop (Dialogue Editor)
Gargoyles (Assistant Film Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Assistant Film Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Assistant Film Editor)
Quack Pack (Assistant Film Editor)
Recess (Assistant Film Editor)
Pepper Ann (Assistant Film Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Assistant Film Editor)
Hercules: The Series (Assistant Film Editor)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (First Assistant Film Editor)
Clerks (Assistant Film Editor)
Kim Possible (Assistant Film Editor)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Assistant Film Editor)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Assistant Editor)
The Emperor's New School (Assistant Film Editor)
Sofia The First (Assistant Film Editor, Assistant Editor)
Elena Of Avalor (Assistant Editor)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Apprentice Editor, Dialogue Editor/ Ducktales - Apprentice Editor/ TaleSpin - Assistant Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Apprentice Editor, Dialogue Editor/ Ducktales - Apprentice Editor/ TaleSpin - Assistant Sound Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Elena Of Avalor (2016) - Assistant Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Editorial Department Credits, 4 Sound Department Credits.

Summary: Now known as Jennifer Jordan. She started with TaleSpin in 1990 and has been working with DTVA ever since ending with Elena Avalor in 2016.

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Rich Harrison

TaleSpin Work:

Managing Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger!
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Last Horizons
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Managing Sound Editor, Post-Production Supervisor)
Wuzzles (Post-Production Supervisor)
Fluppy Dogs (Post-Production Supervisor)
Ducktales (Managing Sound Editor, Supervising Editor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Managing Sound Editor, Supervising Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Managing Sound Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Managing Film Editor, Supervising Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Managing Film Editor)
Petal To The Metal (Supervising Editor)
Goof Troop (Managing Film Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Managing Film Editor)

Other Works:
Virus (Sound Editor)
Mortal Fears (Sound Editor)
Too Young to Die? (Sound Effects Editor)
Final Jeopardy (Sound Editor)
Oz (Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: The Runaway (1961) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985) - Managing Sound Editor, Post-Production Supervisor/ The Wuzzles - Post-Production Supervisor.
Final Credits: Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (1999) - Managing Film Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Editorial Department Credits, 109 Sound Department Credits, 3 Production Manager Credits, 31 Editor Credits, 3 Music Department Credits.

Summary: Richard Harrison was born on May 30th, 1937. Rich Harrison began his career at Hal Dennis Productions in 1955, delivering editorial equipment. I still don’t know how he lugged all of those Moviolas in and out of editing houses! Soon after leaving Hal Dennis, he freelanced, renting cutting rooms here and there, and working for a variety of producers. In the mid-’60s, he landed at Murakami-Wolf Films as an animation and sound editor, while keeping his other clients. He worked on many memorable animated works, including Marlo Thomas’s Free to Be You and Me, Peter Yarrow’s Puff the Magic Dragon and Fred Wolf’s Oscar-winning animated short, The Box, and The Point. In 1977, The Extraordinary Adventures of the Mouse and His Child hit movie theatres. It was at my dad’s studio that I remember watching those reels and being captivated by the clickety-click of his Moviola. Forever the freelancer, my father divided his time handily between animation and live action, including ABC’s Movies of the Week, television’s Cagney & Lacey and a cornucopia of Saturday morning cartoons. His time off was often spent deep-sea fishing off Mexico’s coast. Rich received many Emmy nominations. He won two: for The Murder of Mary Phagan and Disney’s Duck Tales. After retiring in 1996, he and his wife moved outside of Nashville, Tennessee. Richard passed away on March 25th, 2010 at the age of 72.

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Joseph Hathaway

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Supervisor:
Plunder & Lightning
Molly Coddled
Vowel Play
A Bad Reflection on You
A Spy in the Ointment
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Double or Nothing
Feminine Air
Last Horizons
Flight of the Snowduck
Save The Tiger
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous
The Time Bandit
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Bullethead Baloo
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One For The Gipper
Stuck On You
The Sound & The Furry
The Road to Macadamia
The Ransom of the Red Chimp
Your Baloo's In the Mail
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Post-Production Supervisor)
Ducktales (Post-Production Supervisor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Post-Production Supervisor)
Darkwing Duck (Post-Production Supervisor)
Goof Troop (Post-Production Supervisor)
Marsupilami (Post-Production Supervisor)
Return of Jafar (Post-Production Supervisor)
Aladdin The Series (Post-Production Supervisor)

Other Works:
Zack & Miri Make a Porno (Digital Preview Colorist)
Pushing Daisies (Digital Intermediate Colorist)
Death Race The Movie 2008 Edition (Digital Preview Colorist)
Money Train (Digital Colorist)
Duma (Colorist)

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Post-Production Supervisor/ TaleSpin - Post-Production Supervisor/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Post-Production Supervisor.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Post-Production Supervisor/ TaleSpin - Post-Production Supervisor/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Post-Production Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: Bunker Hill (2009) - Digital Color Timer/ The Good Wife - Digital Color Timer, Final Colorist/ Children Of The Corn - Digital Color Timer/ Serious Moonlight - Digital Color Timer/ Pushing Daisies - Digital Color Timer/ Crash - Digital Color Timer/ He's Just Not That Into You - Digital Color Timer.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Editorial Department Credits, 10 Production Manager Credits, 4 Visual Effects Credits.

Summary:

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Rick Hinson (M.P.S.E)

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning (with Jerry Winicki, Marc Orfanos and Brian Baker)
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Last Horizons
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Assistant Sound Editor)
Fluppy Dogs (Assistant Sound Editor)
Ducktales (Sound Editor)
New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Sound Effects Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Sound Effects Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Dialogue Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Sound Effects Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Sound Editor)
Pedal To The Metal (Sound Editor)
Goof Troop (Sound Effects Editor)
One Saturday Morning (Supervising Sound Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Season of Giving (Sound Editor)
The Proud Family (Supervising Sound Editor)

Other Works:
The Sopranos (Sound Effects Editor)
Ally McBeal (Sound Effects Editor)
Boston Public (Sound Effects Editor)
Dino Babies (Sound Effects Editor)
DarkStalkers (Sound Effects Editor)

Animation Debut: Adventures of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Sound Effects Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Dinosaur Train (2016) - Supervising Sound Editor/Alpha & Omega: Dino Digs - Sound Designer/Alpha & Omega 7: The Big Fureeze - Sound Designer/Camp WWE - Sound Designer/It's A Boy - Sound Designer/Called Home - Sound Designer/The Charmed Life Of John Weld - Sound Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 217 Sound Department Credits, 3 Editorial Department Credits, 10 Editor Credits, 1 Transportation Department Credit.

Summary: Rick Hinson is the most famous sound editor of all. Many top American Television shows, cartoons and television movie have his name posted on the credits somewhere. He began his career in 1983 sound editing the cartoon "Alvin & The Chimpmunks". In 1986; he began sound editing live-action television with LA Law, and television movies with Lone Gone in 1987. Since then; he has sound edited the most popular shows alive on television including The X-Files, The Sopranos, Ally McBeal, Boston Public and Pasadena among the as many as 140+ shows credited to him. He has done cartoon shows such as Static Shock, Street Fighter: The Animated Series, Angry Beavers and Life With Louie among many. His television movie credits include Invasion, Deadly Web. A Stranger To Love and Spring Fling!. He was also an editor for The Secret Garden, Legend of the Firefly Marsh and December. He was the president of the Motion Picture Sound Editors guild and has lighten his workload quite a bit; however, he was seen sound editing Clifford's Puppy Days and Scooby-Doo & The Legend of The Vampire recently.

Please note: M.P.S.E stands for "Motion Picture Sound Editor"; an organization which Rick Hinson was the President. He is also the beloved of TaleSpin writer, Libby Hinson.

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Sam Horta

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Michael Gollom, Mark R. Crookston and Paul Diller)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (Editor - Tricks Of Our Treat, The Plausible Impossible, Man & The Moon/Sound Editor: Help Wanted: Kids)
The Brave Little Toaster (Sound Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Supervising Editorial Consultant)
Goof Troop (Sound Editor, Editorial Consultant)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Supervising Editor, Editorial Consultant, Supervising Sound Editor, )
Bonkers (Supervising Picture Editor, Editorial Consultant)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Sound Editor)

Other Works:
He-Man & The Masters of The Universe (1983) (Music Editor)
Remington Steele (Sound Editor)
Hollywood Shuffle (Sound Editor)
Popeye Doyle (Sound Editor)
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Supervising Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1955) - Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sound Editor.
Final Credits: Bobby's World (1996) - Supervising Editorial Consultant.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Music Department Credits, 97 Sound Department Credits, 22 Editor Credits, 17 Editorial Department Credits, 1 Production Manager Credit.

Summary: Sam Horta began as a Disney in-betweener in 1952; and then transferred to the editorial department. He worked with UPA in the 1960's and Filmnation until 1977 when he founded Horta Editorial and Sound Department in Burbank California. He started his sound editing with The Man From Button Willow movie in 1965 along with the original Batman television series in 1966 as a music editor. He also worked as a sound editor for the original Star Trek series in which his last name was used for the rock creatures in the episode "Devil In The Dark". He won an Emmy in 1981 with his sound work in Hill Street Blues and has edited classics such as Mr. Magoo and Gerald McBoing Boing. The list of clients that he edited sounds for includes Hanna-Barbera (Cow & Chicken), Film Roman (Garfield & Friends), Warner Brothers, Disney and Nickelodeon (Hey Arnold!). Sam Horta passed away in the mid 1990's. (My sources are conflicted. One AWN report claims it's 1999; others claim that it was before that around the middle of 1995).

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Paro Hozumi

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Gary Conklin and Carol Kieffer Police)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Gary Conklin)
The Idol Rich (with Fred Warter)
Molly Coddled (with Fred Warter)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Fred Warter)
A Bad Reflection On You (with Bill Lorencz and Fred Warter)
A Star is Torn (with Greg Battes and Bill Lorencz)

Disney Work:
Wuzzles (Key Background Stylist)
Fluppy Dogs (Key Background Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Background Stylist)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Background Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Key Background Stylist)
Bonkers (Key Background Stylist)
Return of Jafar (Background Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Key Background Stylist)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Key Background Stylist)
Quack Pack (Key Background Stylist)
Pooh's Grand Adventures: Search of Christopher Robin (Background Stylist)
Belle's Magical World (Background Stylist)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Background Stylist)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Key Background Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Background Stylist)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Key Background Stylist)
House of Mouse (Key Background Painter)
The Jungle Book 2 (Key Background Stylist)
Piglet's Big Movie (Key Background)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Background)
Mulan 2 (Additional Key Background Painter)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Additional Key Background Painter)

Other Works:
The Smurfs (Background Stylist)
Kwicky Koala Show (Background Stylist)
Oz (Background Stylist)
A Flintstone Christmas (Background Stylist)
Superman (Background Stylist)

Animation Debut: Mahotsukai Sally (1968) - Animation Director.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) - Background Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 85+ Animation Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Also known as Katsuyoshi Hozumi. Paro Hozumi was born in 1938 in Izumizaki, Japan. After he graduated he went to Toei Animation in 1960; and started worked as a painter and background designer for Okami Shonen Ken (Wolf Boy Ken) in 1963. He also worked on the following productions, all from Toei Animation: Rainbow Sentai Robin (1966), Sally The Witch (1966), Akko's Secret (1969), Moretsu Ataro (1969), Tiger Mask (1969), Sarutobi Ecchan (1971), Ali Baba & The 40 Thieves (1971), Mazinger Z (1972), Dororon Enma-Kun (1973) and Witch Meg-Chan (1974). From there, he moved to North America and started on Once Upon A Girl... in 1976 before starting with Hanna Barbera on CB Bears in 1977. He has worked mostly with Hanna Barbera and Ruby-Spears before debuting on The Wuzzles for DTVA in 1985. Pooh's Heffalump Movie in 2003 was his most recent credit.

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Youtube Documentary - From 1990. Sadly; there is no English translation.


Terry Hudson

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Idol Rich (with Marty Warner)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III)
Mommy for a Day (with Rob LaDuca)
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
Her Chance to Dream
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection on You (Act I- with Marty Warner)
On A Wing & A Bear
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
A Baloo Switcheroo
Double or Nothing
Flight of the Snowduck
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous (with Dennis Greco)
The Time Bandit
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act I- with Dennis Greco)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Dennis Greco)
My Fair Baloo
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Liz Chapman and Dennis Greco)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Dennis Greco)
Baloo Thunder (with Dennis Greco)
Destiny Rides Again (with Liz Chapman and Dennis Greco)

Disney Work:
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Character Designer)
Ducktales (Model Designer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Prop Design)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Prop Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Prop Designer)
Raw Toonage (Prop Designer)
Pedal To The Metal (Prop Designer)
Marsupilami (Prop Designer)
Goof Troop (Prop Designer)
Bonkers (Prop Designer)
Return of Jafar (Prop Designer)
Timon & Pumbaa (Digital Storyboard Artist)
Around The World With Timon & Pumbaa (Digital Storyboard)
Aladdin The Series (Prop Designer)
Stand By Me (Digital Storyboard)
Quack Pack (Digital Storyboard)
The Mighty Ducks: The Series (Lecia Editor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Digital Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Story Reel Editor)
Pepper Ann (Lecia Editor)
101 Dalmatians The Series (Lecia Editor)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Prop Designer)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (Prop Designer)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Prop Designer)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Prop Designer)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Prop Designer)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Prop Designer)
The Replacements (Prop Designer)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Prop Designer)
The 7D (Prop Designer)

Other Works:
Welcome to Earth Volume 1 (Actor-Himself)
The Smurfs (Layout Artist)
The Jetsons (Layout Artist)
The Plague Dogs (Animator)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (Layout Artist)

Animation Debut: The Plague Dogs (1982) - Animator/ Pac-Man - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Character Designer.
Most Recent Credit: The 7D (2016) - Prop Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 20 Animation Department Credits, 33 Art Department Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit, 2 Editorial Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: From Hudson's Official Website: I was a freelance contributor of story and gag ideas to "Sherman on the Mount", a nationally syndicated comic strip and series of greeting cards. Developed and established the use of Leica Reels/Animatics on the MAC for series and development production at Disney T.V.A. (starting with the Quack Pack series). This entailed working out the best hardware and software, how best to use the tool from an animation point of view, and establishing with the Producers and Directors and Production Manager the most efficient workflow for implementing the Animatics. Leica Reel Editor on several development shows, theatrical shorts, and T.V. specials and series including: Frankenstein (proposed theatrical production), Monkeyman O'Brien, Kid Supreme, Sumosaurs, Stand By Me/Yummy, Yummy, Yummy (Timon & Pumbaa shorts), Winnie The Pooh direct-to-home video, Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh, Mighty Ducks: The Series, 101 Dalmatians: The Series and Pepper Ann (development and production). From 2000-2001 Manager of Visual Communications and Digital Resources for Synergy/Publicity at Disney T.V.A. Prior to establishing the Leica Reel process I worked on a concept for a CD-ROM game based on the TaleSpin series. This work included such software as HyperCard, Director, Photoshop and DeBabelizer and involved knowledge of both interactive scripting and image compression. I also prepared promotional material using compression technology (both graphic and video) for use on the web for the Return of Jafar direct-to-home video. He began his career in 1977 for Halas & Batchelor Animation as an animator and assistant for various commercials and television series.

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Leona Jernigan

TaleSpin Work:

Script Coordinator:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Stormy Weather
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV- with Anita Lish)
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Star is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Mirith Schilder)
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
Flight of the Snowduck
Save The Tiger!
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous
Jolly Molly Christmas
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Marie Sager)
Baloo Thunder
Road to Macadamia
Your Baloo's In the Mail
Paradise Lost (with Anita Lish)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones (with Anita Lish)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Script Coordinator)
Ducktales (Script Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Script Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Script Coordinator)
Bonkers (Script Coordinator)
Gargoyles (Script Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Script Coordinator)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Script Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Script Coordinator)
Jungle Cubs (Script Coordinator)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Script Coordinator)
101 Dalmatians The Series (Script Coordinator)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's London Adventure (Script Coordinator)
The Tigger Movie (Script Coordinator)
Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (Script Coordinator)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Script Coordinator)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Script Coordinator)
Mickey's House of Villains (Script Coordinator)
Return to Neverland (Script Coordinator)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Script Coordinator)
House of Mouse (Script Coordinator)
The Jungle Book 2 (Script Coordinator)
Kim Possible (Script Coordinator)
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (Script Coordinator)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Script Coordinator)
Leroy & Stitch (Script Coordinator)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Script Coordinator)
The Replacements (Script Coordinator)
The Emperor's New School (Script Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Script Coordinator)
Special Agent Oso (Script Coordinator)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Script Coordinator)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Script Coordinator)
Kick Buttowski: The Suburban Daredevil (Script Coordinator)
Gravity Falls (Script Coordinator)
Fish Hooks (Script Coordinator)
Sofia The First (Script Coordinator)
Motorcity (Script Coordinator)
Mickey Mouse (Script Coodrinator)
The 7D (Script Coordinator)
Billy Dilley's Super-Duper Subterranean Summer (Script Coordinator)
Tangled: The Series (Script Coordinator)
The Lion Guard (Script Coordinator)
Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil (Script Coordinator)
Future-Worm! (Script Coordinator)
Milo Murphy's Law (Script Coordinator)
Elena of Avalor (Script Coordinator)
Pickle & Peanut (Script Coordinator)
Wander Over Yonder (Script Coordinator)
Ducktales 2017 (Script Coordinator)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Script Coordinator/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Script Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Script Coordinator/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Script Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Ducktales (2017) - Script Coordinator/Mickey Mouse - Script Coordinator/Billy Dilley's Super-Duper Subterranean Summer - Script Coordinator/Tangled: The Series - Script Coordinator/The Lion Guard - Script Coordinator/Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil - Script Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 73 Misc Credits.

Summary: Her real name is Leona Beckert since 2003. She works as a script coordinator for Disney from 1988 to present.

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Debra Jorgensborg

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
Stormy Weather
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play
Her Chance to Dream
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger! (with Yolanda Rearick and Britt Teegarden)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Baloo Thunder
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Color Stylist – Uncredited)
The Black Calduron (Color Model)
The Great Mouse Detective (Color Modeler)
Fluppy Dogs (Key Color Modeler)
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Additional Color Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Color Key Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
The Return of Jafar (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Pocahontas (Color Model Assistant)
Runaway Brain (Color Modeler)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Color Stylist)
Quack Pack (Color Key Stylist)
Hercules (Color Stylist)
Tarzan (Color Stylist)
Mulan (Color Stylist – Uncredited)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Color Key Stylist)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Color Model Stylist)
Treasure Planet (Model Stylist)
Home On The Range (Color Stylist)
The Little Matchgirl (Color Modeler)

Other Works:
Tale of Tillie's Dragon (Ink & Paint Supervisor)
G.I. Joe: The Movie (Painter)
Transformers: The Movie (Painter)
My Little Pony: The Movie (Painter)
The Secret Of NIMH (Animation Color Stylist)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) - Color Stylist (Uncredited).
DTVA Debut: Fluppy Dogs (1986) - Key Color Modeler.
Most Recent Credits: The Little Matchgirl (2006) - Colort Modeler.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Animation Department Credits, 3 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Sometimes credited as Debbie Casillas.

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Christopher Keith

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Dubbing Supervisor:
Plunder & Lightning (Act II-IV)
Last Horizons
Flight of the Snowduck
Save The Tiger!
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Captains Outrageous
The Time Bandit
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Bullethead Baloo
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One For The Gipper
Stuck On You
The Sound & The Furry
The Road to Macadamia
The Ransom of the Red Chimp
Your Baloo's In the Mail
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
TRON (Camera Schedule Coordinator)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Darkwing Duck (Sound Dubbing Supervisor, Post-Production Supervisor)
Pedal To The Metal (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Raw Toonage (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Goof Troop (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Bonkers (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Return of Jafar (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Aladdin The Series (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Quack Pack (Sound Dubbing Supervisor)
Secretariat (Visual Effects On-Set Coordinator)

Other Works:
Evan Almighty (Visual Effects Plate Manager Second Unit)
Scary Movie 2 (Visual Effects Data Manager)
Family Guy (Post-Production Supervisor)
The Adventures of ARK (Post-Production Supervisor)
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (Visual Effects Digital Coordinator: Pixel Magic)

Animation Debut: TRON (1982) - Camera Schedule Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sound Dubbing Supervisor.
Most Recent Credits: The Young Messiah (2016) - Visual Effects Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Production Manager Credits, 14 Sound Department Credits, 1 Editorial Department Credit, 16 Visual Effects Credits, 3 Producer Credits, 2 Editor Credits, 1 Camera/Electrical Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: From Christopher Keith himself: Chris started his professional career as an assistant editor cutting commercials. Chris then worked in the mailroom at Disney, and because of his editing experience, he was pulled to begin work on the visual effects for the Walt Disney film TRON. Continuing with VFX, Chris worked on Buckeroo Banzai, and Captain Eo. After working on the VFX for Superman IV, Chris produced his first feature film, Dead Silence, written, starring and co-directed by his brother, Clete. His next job took on the role of facilities manager for DreamQuest, working on Total Recall and The Abyss. Chris then explored the world of animation for 9 years as a post production supervisor working for Disney, New World, Columbia TriStar and MGM. With his post supervisor job during the day, Chris found time to team up with his brother, Clete, and revived the popular play, The William. All the profits for the five-week run were donated to the Special Olympics. Chris then produced The Fool, a 35mm film, written and starring his brother, Clete. The Fool was rated one of the top 5 most watched short films on the Sci-Fi channel that year. Following on the heels of The Fool, Chris was the post production supervisor for the 20th Century Fox television hit, Family Guy. Then, while working on the VFX for Scary Movie 2, and Hart’s War, Chris produced, shot and edited Instant Trauma, in which Clete starred, wrote and directed. After his position as VFX digital manager for Legally Blonde 2, he worked on the VFX for the Universal Studios film, Evan Almighty. Then, Chris produced and edited 3 Days Blind, a full length feature film written and directed by Clete. He then worked on the VFX for Walt Disney’s Secretariat, as well as producing and editing “KOFA Refuge – Unexploded Ordnances” for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In 2010 - 2012, Chris worked on the VFX for The Help and Fright Night for DreamWorks, along with Gangster Squad, Thunderstruck, Beautiful Creatures, and The Conjuring. Currently, Chris is in the process of aquiring the funds to produce the feature film, Ginormous, written by, and to be directed by, Clete. Chris is also involved in Clete’s most recent play, The Different Shades Of Hugh, which had it’s world premiere January 24, of 2014, at the well renowned The Road Theatre Company.

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Robert Kraft

TaleSpin Work:

Songs Producer:
"Spin It" (All Episodes)
"I'm Gone" (Plunder & Lightning Act I)
"Home is Where the Heart Is" (Plunder & Lightning Act II)
"Sky Pirates Theme" (Plunder & Lightning Act III)
"Monkey in Your Tank" (For a Fuel Dollars More)
"Friends for Life" (Road To Macadamia)

Disney Work:
The Little Mermaid (Music Producer)
The Muppets Christmas Carol (Executive Music Producer)

Other Works:
Hudson Hawk (Story, Composer, Music Supervisor)
Swing Kids (Music Producer, Music Re-Recorder)
Who's The Boss? (Composer)
Heartbreak Hotel (Music Supervisor)
Deadly Pursuits (Story, Teleplay)

Animation Debut: Fame (1984) - Producer, Music, Lyrics, Song Producer/Who's The Boss? - Composer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Song Producer.
Most Recent Credits: The King's Daughter (2017) - Executive Music Producer.
Total Resume Credit: 25+ Music Department Credits, 14 Soundtrack Credits, 8 Composer Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 300+ Producer Credits, 2 Thanks Credit, 3 Self Credits.

Summary: Robert Kraft is an American songwriter, film music composer, recording artist and record producer. He has been the chief executive of Fox Music Inc. since 1994, becoming President in 1998. Robert Kraft attended the Lawrenceville School and graduated cum laude from Harvard University in 1976. In 1989, Kraft co-produced the Academy Award-winning song, "Under The Sea", plus the Grammy Award-winning double-platinum soundtrack of The Little Mermaid, along with co-authors Howard Ashman and Alan Menken. Kraft also co-produced the long-charting soundtrack on Billboard's Jazz charts, Swing Kids. In 1992 Kraft founded the record label, Jim Henson Records, and as the Vice President of Music at Jim Henson Productions, inaugurated their music division. In 1992, Kraft was nominated for an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, and a Golden Globe Award for co-writing "Beautiful Maria of My Soul", the theme song from the Warner Bros. feature, The Mambo Kings. Kraft was also the film's composer and Executive Music Producer, producing the Gold soundtrack, which spent four weeks at Number One on Billboard's Latin Music chart. In 1999, with songwriter Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and film composer George Fenton, Kraft was nominated for a second Golden Globe for co-writing the song, "How Can I Not Love You" for the 20th Century Fox film, Anna and the King. As a writer, Robert Kraft's other feature film credits include story co-author (with Bruce Willis) and score co-composer (with Michael Kamen) on the Tri-Star film, Hudson Hawk. He produced the Grammy-nominated soundtrack for the Jim Henson Productions' film, The Muppet Christmas Carol, and composed the score to the Warner Bros. feature, Seven Minutes in Heaven. Kraft was songwriter and musical producer on Adventures in Babysitting and Heartbreak Hotel. His television credits include co-writing theme songs for Who's The Boss? and Day by Day, as well as writing new themes for Wide World of Sports and songs for Fame. Kraft supervises the music for all Fox Filmed Entertainment motion pictures. In 2013, Kraft founded Kraftbox Entertainment, a Music and Media production and consulting firm. Current projects include "When Albums Ruled The World", a documentary broadcast on BBC 4 (February 2013), "Wheels of Steel"(a comedic series for CBS Studios), and "No Can Do", an original musical feature set in NYC. Additional Kraftbox activities include Music Consulting for Warner Brothers Records, 21st Century Fox Studios, and Maker Studios, the multi-channel network based in Culver City, CA. Kraft was the chief executive of Fox Music Inc. from 1994 until October 2012, supervising the scores and soundtracks for over 300 Fox Filmed Entertainment motion pictures. Highlights during his tenure at Fox include the record-breaking scores and soundtracks from Avatar, Titanic, Waiting to Exhale, Moulin Rouge!, Garden State, Romeo + Juliet, The Full Monty, Ice Age, Dr. Dolittle, Bulworth, Walk the Line, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Once, Juno., Slumdog Millionaire, Black Swan,[5] Rio, and "Life of Pi". Kraft's division, Fox Music, also supervised the music for Twentieth Century Fox Television hits such as "Ally McBeal" and "X-Files", as well as shows "24", "American Dad!", "Family Guy", and "The Simpsons". Since 1994, television soundtracks from Fox Music have included the worldwide platinum albums from "Ally McBeal" and "X-Files", plus hit compilations from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Dark Angel", "The Simpsons", "Roswell" and "24".Since Kraft became chief executive in 1994, Fox Music was responsible for the worldwide sales of over 60 million albums, producing 3 Platinum, 6 Multi-Platinum and 6 Gold records. Under his leadership, Fox Music garnered 10 Academy Award nominations, winning 4 Academy Awards, 20 Golden Globe nominations (including 5 Golden Globe Awards), 61 Emmy nominations with 11 wins, and 49 Grammy nominations including 14 Grammy Awards.

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Gary Krisel

TaleSpin Work:

President of WDTVA (1990):
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Winnie The Pooh For President (Music Producer)
Mickey Mouse Disco (Music Producer)
The Wuzzles (President of WDTVA- 1985)
Adventures of the Gummi Bear (President of WDTVA- 1985)
Fluppy Dogs (President of WDTVA – 1986)
Ducktales (President of WDTVA- 1987)
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (President of WDTVA- 1988)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (President of WDTVA- 1989)
Darkwing Duck (President of WDTVA- 1991)
Raw Toonage (President of WDTVA – 1992)
Marsupilami (President of WDTVA – 1992)
Goof Troop (President of WDTVA- 1992)
The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series (President of WDTVA- 1992)
Raw Toonage (President of WDTVA - 1992)
Bonkers (President of WDTVA- 1993)
Gargoyles (President of WDTVA- 1994)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (President of WDTVA- 1994)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon (President of WDTVA - 1995)

Other Works:
Invasion (Head Of DreamWorks Television Animation)

Animation Debut: Winnie The Pooh For President (1976) - Music Producer.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - President of WDTVA (1985).
Most Recent Credits: Invasion (1997) - Head Of DreamWorks Television Animation.
Total Resume Credits: 18+ Misc Credits.

Summary: His full name is Gary Randolph Krisel; he was born on May 13, 1950 in Santa Monica, California. He is a gradute of Principia College in Elsah, Illinois in 1972 with a BA in business adminstration. He began as a partner of the American Renaissance Film in Los Angeles between 1972 and 1973. He joined Disney in 1973 as a staff assistant to the director of marketing in Disneyland and upgraded his position to manager of research to Disneyland in 1974. He then went on to be manager of Disneyland Records in 1975. He then worked at Walt Disney Music Company from 1976 to 1986 (becoming president in 1981). He then went on to become the exective VP of Walt Disney Television Animation in 1985 and president of network television for Walt Disney Studios in 1986 and was in that position until 1995 when he left Disney along with Gargoyles creator Greg Weisman. He currently lives peacefully with his wife and two children and his latest position in still unknown at this point although he has was signed with Dreamworks in 1995.

"From the very beginning, we tried to create something that had never been done before. The image of Kit skipping along the clouds on a surfboard behind an airplane gave everyone that sense of Disney magic and excitement right away. We knew we were on the right track to creating a turly unique show." - Comments On TaleSpin & Kit Cloudkicker.

"The humor in the show is a little more sophisticated than what you might expect for an animated series. I definitely think ' 'TaleSpin' is for the whole family to enjoy" - Comments on TaleSpin's comedy.

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Anita Lish

TaleSpin Work:

Script Coordinator:
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
A Touch of Glass
Plunder & Lightning (with Leona Jernigan)
For a Fuel Dollars More
A Bad Reflection On You
Flight of the Snowduck (with Leona Jernigan)
For Whom the Bell Klangs
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Marie Sager)
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for The Gipper
Stuck On You
Paradise Lost (with Leona Jernigan)
Bygones (with Leona Jernigan)

Disney Work:
Goof Troop (Script Coordinator)
Bonkers (Production Assistant, Script Supervisor)
Marsupilami (Script Supervisor)
Return of Jafar (Script Supervisor)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Script Supervisor)
Aladdin The Series (Script Supervisor)
Gargoyles (Script Supervisor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Script Manager)
Aladdin: King of Thieves (Script Supervisor)
The Mighty Ducks The Series (Script Supervisor, Script Department Manager)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Script Supervisor)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Script Department Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Script Supervisor, Script Department Manager)
Quack Pack (Script Supervisor)
Jungle Cubs (Script Department Manager)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Script Department Manager)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (Script Coordinator, Script Department Manager)
Teacher's Pet (Script Manager)
Clerks (Script Manager)
The Legend of Tarzan (Script Manager)
Return to Neverland (Script Supervisor)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Head Of Script Development)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Production Secretary)
Brother Bear 2 (Script Coordinator)
101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (Script Department Manager)
Tarzan & Jane (Script Department Manager)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Script Department Manager)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Script Department Manager)

Other Works:
Dennis The Menance: In Cruise Control (Script Coordinator)
Horseland (Script Supervisor)
Inspector Gadget's Last Case: Claw's Revenge (Script Coordinator)
Fly Me To The Moon 3D (Script Supervisor)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Script Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Script Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Jake & The Neverland Pirates (2014) - Production Secretary.
Total Resume Credits: 31 Misc Credits.

Summary: She currently works for DTVA again in 2011 to now on production and continues to work with Cookie Jar Entertainment on coordinating development since 2008.

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Bill Lorencz

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Act II-IV- with Greg Battes, James Gallego and Gary Conklin)
From Here to Machinery
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 2- with Paro Hozumi and Fred Warter)
A Star is Torn (with Greg Battes and Paro Hozumi)
Last Horizons
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 2- with Fred Warter)
Citizen Khan (with Fred Warter)
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
The Road to Macadamia
The Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost (with Greg Battes)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Key Background Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Background Stylist)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Key Background Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Key Background Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Background Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Key Background Stylist)
Marsupilami (Key Layout, Key Background Stylist)
Goof Troop (Key Background Stylist)
Bonkers (Key Background Stylist)
Return of Jafar (Key Background Stylist)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Key Background Stylist)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Background)
Jungle Cubs (Key Background Stylist)
Hercules (Background)
Tarzan (Journeyman Backgrounds)
The Emperor's New Groove (Background Assistant)
Little Angelita (Background Stylist)
One By One (Background)
Home On The Range (Background)
Tarzan 2 (Background Designer)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Key Background Stylist)
The Little Matchgirl (Background)

Other Works:
Heathcliff (Background Painter)
Animated Stories From The Book of Mormon- The Savior in America (Background Stylist)
The Secret of NIMH (Color Story Sketch)
An American Tail (Background Stylist)
The All New Superfriends Hour (Background Stylist)

Animation Debut: The All New Superfriends Hour (1977) - Background Artist.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Key Background Stylist.
Final Credits: The Little Matchgirl (2006) - Background Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 37 Animation Department Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Also known as William Lorencz who was a background artist who worked in the business for over forty years at most of the studios that existed during that four decade span. They included Bluth, Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Film Roman, MGM and Warner Bros Animation among a host of others. Passed away on January 15th, 2006.

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David Lynch

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning (with Craig Paulsen, Thomas Needell and Jennifer Harrison)
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Last Horizons
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Assistant Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Assistant Sound Editor)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Assistant Editor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Assistant Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Sound Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Sound Editor)
Goof Troop (Sound Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Sound Effects Editor)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Sound Effects Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Sound Effects Editor)
Jungle Cubs (Sound Effects Editor)
Hercules (Sound Effects Editor)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Sound Editor)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Sound Effects Editor)
Filmore! (Sound Effects Editor)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Sound Effects Editor)
American Dragon: Jake Dragon (Sound Effects Editor)
The Replacements (Sound Effects Editor)
Tarzan & Jane (Sound Effects Editor)

Other Works:
Whipped (Assistant Editor: Second Unit)
Greydog (Sound Effects Editor)
Malcom In The Middle (Sound Effects Editor)
Supernatural (Sound Effects Editor)
Lady D (Sound Effects Editor)

Animation Debut: Alvin & The Chipmunks (1988) - Assistant Editor/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Assistant Editor/ Ducktales - Assistant Editor.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Assistant Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Tommy Benjamin (2014) – Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 27 Sound Department Credits, 9 Editorial Department Credits, 1 Composer Credit.

Summary: No relation to David Keith Lynch; he started with Alvin & The Chipmunks in 1988 along with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as an assistant editor around the same time. He then went onto DTVA with Ducktales in 1988 and worked the majority of his career there until 2006 with The Replacements. As an aside; he also did an episode of Malcom In The Middle in 2000, the movie Whipped in around the same time, Greydog, Frankenstein mini-television series in 2004, Supernatural, several shorts for Warner Brothers Motion Picture Imaging in 2008 for Swahili audiences. Currently works for NBCUniversal in their sound department since 2012. Currently runs his own company David Lynch Music since 2009 as a composer and musician.

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Cristy Maltese

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with James Gallego)
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
The Little Mermaid (Background Painter)
Rescuers Down Under (Background Painter)
Beauty & The Beast (Background Painter)
Aladdin (Background Painter)
Pocahontas (Background Painter)
Dinosaur (Art Director)
Celebrating Dumbo (Herself/Thanks)
Home On The Range (Background Supervisor)
The Cat That Looked At A King (Art Director)
Enchanted (Background Painter)
Bolt (Pre-Production Team)
Glago's Guest (Visual Development)
Brother Bear 2 (Additional Art Director)

Other Works:
Popeye & Son (Key Background)
Foofur (Key Background)
Smurfs (Key Background)
Adventures in Odyssey: Once Upon An Avalanche (Background Keys)
Adventures in Odyssey: Star Quest (Background Keys)

Animation Debut: The Flintstone Kids (1986) - Key Background Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Norm Of The North (2016) - Supervisor: Color & Lighting.
Total Resume Credits: 15 Animation Department Credits, 4 Art Director Credits, 2 Art Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Also known as Christy Maltese Lynch.

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Hummie Mann

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration for Christopher L. Stone:
All Episodes ( 1 - "Opening Air Battle", 3 - "Wind Surfing/Iron Vulture", 4 - "Pirate Island", 5 - "Kit's Flight", 7 - "Big Battle", 9 - "Don Karnage's Theme", 15 - "Omen/Storm", 19 – "Finale".)
For Whom The Bell Klangs ( 17 - "Tenabula/Scarab Chase")
Jolly Molly Christmas ( 13 - "Molly In Christmas Land")

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Co-arranger of Theme Song)

Other Works:
That's Entertainment III (Orchestrator)
Addams Family Values (Orchestrator)
A Few Good Men (Additional Orchestrator, Music Producer)
City Slickers (Conductor)
Sticks & Stones (Composer)

Animation Debut: Fame (1984) - Orchestrator, Composer.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Co-Arranger: "Rescue Rangers Theme"
Most Recent Credit: The Automat (2018) - Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 50 Composer Credits, 36 Music Department Credits, 7 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Sound Department Credit, 3 Thanks Credits.

Summary: He is best known for his scores to the Mel Brooks films Robin Hood: Men in Tights and Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Mann was awarded an Emmy for arranging Billy Crystal's opening number for the 1992 Academy Awards and another Emmy in 1996 for an episode of Showtime's miniseries Picture Windows called "Language of the Heart". He was nominated for two more for arrangements on the series Moonlighting. In addition to composing for television and film, Mann has orchestrated several film scores including Addams Family Values, Sister Act, and Georgia Rule. In 1997, Mann established the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program in Seattle, Washington to instruct students in film scoring, music technology, songwriting for film, and video game audio. This program merged with the Seattle Film Institute in 2011 and became accredited to confer a Masters of Music degree in Film Composition. In 2010 Mann was cited as one of the top 10 Leaders in Learning by Variety magazine.

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Brian F. Mars

TaleSpin Work:

Music Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (With Thomas A. Harris)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
The Brave Little Toaster (Music Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Sound Editor)
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Supervising Music Editor)
Goof Troop (Music Editor)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Music Editor)
Bonkers (Supervising Music Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Music Editor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Music Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Supervising Music Editor)
Quack Pack (Supervising Music Editor)
Jungle Cubs (Supervising Music Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Supervising Music Editor)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Music Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Supervising Music Editor)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Music Editor)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Sound Editor)
Kim Possible (Sound Editor)

Other Works:
Baby Blues (Sound Editor)
Bionicle: Mask of Light (Sound Editor)
All Hands On Deck (Sound Editor/Sound Supervisor)
Love Thy Neighbour (Sound Editor/Sound Supervisor)
Chowder (Sound Effects Editor)

Animation Debut: Ghostbusters (1986) - Music Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Editor
Most Recent Credits: Voltron (2017) - Dialogue Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Music Department Credits, 31 Sound Department Credits, 4 Editor Credits, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Brian started music editing for Filmation in 1986 with Ghostbusters, She-Ra and Bravestarr. He also worked for Film Roman with Garfield & Friends (and several Garfield television movies), Bionic Six, and The Ren & Stimpy Show. He debuted on DTVA doing the Brave Little Toaster movie and then TaleSpin, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop, The Little Mermaid animated series, Quack Pack, Aladdin animated series, Timon & Pumbaa, and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command in 2000. He did a brief stint of dialog editing for Town & Country and Touch My Girl; before returning to animation with Xialion Showdown, My Gym Partner's A Monkey, Chowder (his most recent credit), Johnny Bravo and The Life & Times of Juniper Lee.

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Marlene Robinson May

TaleSpin Work:

Supervising Timing Director:
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Bob Shellhorn)
The Idol Rich (with Bob Shellhorn)
Stormy Weather (with Bob Shellhorn)
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day (with Bob Shellhorn)
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Bob Shellhorn)
Bearly Alive
Her Chance To Dream
All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Bob Shellhorn)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Bob Shellhorn)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1)
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Bob Shellhorn)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Bob Shellhorn)
War of the Weirds (with Bob Shellhorn)
The Time Bandit (with Bob Shellhorn)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Bob Shellhorn)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Bob Shellhorn)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Bob Shellhorn)
Sheepskin Deep (with Bob Shellhorn)
Bullethead Baloo
Destiny Rides Again (with Bob Shellhorn)
Mach One for the Gipper
Stuck On You
The Sound & Furry (with Bob Shellhorn)
The Road to Macadamia (with Bob Shellhorn)
The Ransom of the Red Chimp
Your Baloo's In the Mail
Paradise Lost (with Bob Shellhorn)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Bob Shellhorn)
Bygones
Flying Dupes

Timing Director:
Destiny Rides Again (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and Bob Treat)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Vincent Bassols, Marsh Lamore, Bob Shellhorn and James T. Walker)

Disney Work:
Donald Duck Shorts (Breakdown Artist)
Von Drake Shorts (Breakdown Artist)
Goofy's Freeway Shorts (Breakdown Artist)
Sleeping Beauty (Breakdown Artist)
101 Dalmatians (Breakdown Artist)
The Sword In The Stone (Breakdown Artist)
Mary Poppins (Breakdown Artist)
Jungle Book (Breakdown Artist)
Ducktales (Supervising Timing Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Supervising Timing Director)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Supervising Timing Director)
Ducktales: The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Overseas Producer)
Darkwing Duck (Supervising Timing Director)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Supervising Timing Director)
Raw Toonage (Supervising Timing Director)
Goof Troop (Supervising Timing Director)
Bonkers (Continuity Coordinator, Supervising Timing Director, Supervising Final Checker)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Timing Director)

Other Works:
Siegfried & Roy: Masters of The Impossible (Sheet Director)
Fat Albert (Animator)
Bobby's World (Timing Director)
Santa Bugito (Timing Director)
Ed, Edd & Eddy (Timing Director, Animation Director)

Animation Debut: Donald Duck/Ludwig Von Drake/Goofy's Freeway Shorts (1955) - Breakdown Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Supervising Timing Director/Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Supervising Timing Director.
Most Recent Credits: Gurl (2017) - Director.
Total Resume Credits: 78 Animation Department Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 4 Director Credits.

Summary: Marlene is a ture veteran of the animation industry in every sense of the word. Like many artists; she graduated from the California Institute of the Arts, and also attended the Los Angeles Art Center and Otis Art Institute. She started her career in 1955 with the Walt Disney Company and worked as an in-between artist and a breakdown artist in serveral Disney shorts featuring Donald Duck and Ludwig Von Drake and several Disney feature films including the original Jungle Book, Sleeping Beauty and the original 101 Dalmations animated feature. When she wasn't working on Disney projects; she would be doing freelance animation for several comericals including the Yellow Submarine and the Peanuts Comic Strip. She left Disney in 1964 to work for Hanna-Barbera Productions as an assistant animator for Space Ghost, The Jetsons and The Flinstones (the original series). She worked for Chuck Jones in 1968 in the same position on several television specials including Cat In A Hat, Horton Hears A Who and even a Bugs Bunny special. She did various commericals in the 1970's under the roles of Key Assistant, Animation Checking, Coordinator, and Animated Checking and did commericals for Burger King, Keebler Cookies and Charlie The Tuna. She was also a producer and animator of several medical films for John Whiley Productions in New York for use in school textbooks. She worked as an animator for many compaines during the 1970's and 1980's as an animator, animation director and timing director for such productions as Fat Albert, Sports Billy and The Lone Ranger for Filmation in the late 1970's. She returned to Hanna in the early 1980's for Rock Odyssey and Heidi's Song before working for Ruby-Spears in the mid 1980's where she worked on a number of productions as an Overseas Supervisor for Hanho Studios and Toei.Marlene returned to Disney in the late 1980's to work as a Supervising Timing Director for Walt Disney Television Animation (Ducktales) and also worked overseas with Disney TV's oversea's animation department (WD Japan, Sun Woo, Wang Films etc.). She left Disney after Goof Troop was completed to work as a freelance animation director for Universal (Widget and Exo-Squad); then she worked with several compaines between 1993-present on several projects (X-Men, Bobby's World, Duckman, Earthworm Jim, Mighty Ducks and many others which are listed on her official website). Marlene Robinson May is currently a retired member of the M.P.S.C. Local 839 and still works as a freelance timing and animation director with her recent project being Ed, Edd & Eddy. She currently lives in Port Angeles, Washington State.

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Tim Mertens

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Assistant Editor:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Sam Horta, Michael Gollom and Paul Diller)
Time Waits For No Bear
A Touch of Glass
It Came from Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich
From Here to Machinery
Mommy for a Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
All's Whale That Ends Whale
For a Fuel Dollars More
On A Wing & A Bear
A Star Is Torn
A Spy in the Ointment
A Baloo Switcheroo
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
War of the Weirds
For Whom The Bell Klangs
Citizen Khan
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In The Mail
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Sound Editor)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Picture Editor)
Goof Troop (Sound Editor)
A Goofy Movie (Assistant Sound Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Sound Editor)
Pocahantas (First Assistant Editor)
Tarzan (Associate Editor)
Brother Bear (Additional Voice, Editor)
Bolt (Voice: Bobby, Editor)
Tangled (Voice: Guard #3, Editor)
Tangled Ever After (Editor)
Wreck-It Ralph (Voice: Brad, Editor)
The Cat That Looked At A King (Editor)
Paperman (Additional Editor)
Get A Horse! (Additional Thanks)
Big Hero 6 (Voice: Additional Voice, Editor)

Other Works:
The Ren & Stimpy Show (Sound Editor)
Hunter (Post-Production Coordinator, Editor)
Copasetic (Editor)
Rocko's Modern Life (Film Editor)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Sound Editor.
Most Recent Credit: Gigantic (2020) - Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 5 Sound Department Credits, 8 Editoral Department Credits, 11 Editor Credits, 5 Actor Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Began his career on TaleSpin working as an assistant for Sam Horta Editoral.

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Interview
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Colette Van Mierlo

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Carol Kieffer Police)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Ed Wexler)
Stormy Weather (with Jim Schlenker)
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV- with Kelly Day)
From Here to Machinery (with Ed Wexler)
Mommy for a Day (with Jim Schlenker)
Her Chance to Dream (with Jim Schlenker)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Kelly Day and Frank Paur)
A Star Is Torn (with Ed Wexler)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Jim Schlenker)
Save The Tiger (with Kelly Day)
Last Horizons (with Kelly Day)
War of the Weirds (with Kelly Day and Jim Schlenker)
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand (with Kelly Day)
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Kelly Day)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Jim Schlenker)
Paradise Lost (with Kelly Day)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Background Stylist, Key Layout Design)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Key Layout Design)
Timon & Pumbaa (Key Layout Designer)
Quack Pack (Key Layout Designer)
Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Key Layout Designer)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Key Layout Designer)
The Tigger Movie (Key Layout Design, Key Location Designer)
Jungle Book 2 (Key Location Designer)
Lion King 1 1/2 (Location Desginer)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Key Location)
Piglet's Big Movie (Key Location Designer)
Valiant (Layout Design)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Location Designer)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Location Designer)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Location Designer)
Tinkerbell & The Lost Treasure (Title & End Credit Art)
Phineas & Ferb (Location Designer)
Phineas & Ferb The Movie: Across The Second Dimension (Location Designer)
Gravity Falls (Location Designer)
Sofia The First (Prop Designer, Location Designer)
Elena Of Avalor (Location Designer, Prop Designer)

Other Works:
Mom's Day Off (Book) (Illustrated)
Animaniacs (Background Layout Designer)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987 Edition (Background Layout)
ALF Tales (Background Designer)
Pound Puppies & The Legend of Big Paw (Designer)

Animation Debut: The Real Ghostbusters (1986) - Key Background Designer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Key Layout Designer.
Most Recent: Lady Bug (2017) - Victim #9.
Total Resume Credits: 27 Animation Department Credits, 16 Art Department Credits, 1 Actress Credit, 1 Sound Department Credit.

Summary: Also known as Colette Van Mierlo-Wheeler.

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Olivia Miner

TaleSpin Work:

Talent Coordinator:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Production Manager)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Talent Coordinator, Production Manager)
Ducktales (Production Manager)
The New Adventures of the Winnie The Pooh (Talent Coordinator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Talent Coordinator)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Talent Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Talent Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Talent Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Talent Coordinator)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Production Manager/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Manager, Talent Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Production Manager/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Manager, Talent Coordinator.
Most Recent Credit: Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving (1999) - Talent Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Misc Credits, 4 Production Manager Credits.

Summary:

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Skip Morgan

TaleSpin Work:

Character Design:
A Touch of Glass (With Tom Owens and Len Smith)
The Idol Rich (with Tom Owens)
Molly Coddled (with Tom Owens)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Tom Owens)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Tom Owens)
A Bad Reflection on You (with Kenny Tompkins, Tom Owens and Len Smith)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Tom Owens and Len Smith)
Feminine Air (With Tom Owens and Kenny Tompkins)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act II- with George Goode, Tom Owens and Kenny Tompkins)
Citizen Khan (with Len Smith)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure
Flight School Confidential (with Kenny Thompkins)
Bringing Down Babyface
The Sound & The Furry
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Liz Chapman)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Tom Owens)
Flying Dupes

Disney Work:
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Assistant Art Director)
Ducktales (Assistant Art Director)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Art Director)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Assistant Art Director)
Ducktales: The Movie - Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Production Director)

Other Works:
James Bond Jr. (Character Designer)
The Smurfs (Layout Artist)
Pac-Man (Layout)
The Toxic Crusaders (Background Layout)
Blackstar (Layout)

Animation Debut: The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour (1980) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Associate Art Director.
Most Recent Credits: James Bond Jr. (1991) - Character Designer/ Toxic Crusaders - Background Layout Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Animation Department Credits, 2 Art Department Credits, 1 Art Director Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary: Started in 1980 after moving from Kansas to Los Angeles. After working on various cartoon production companies; he was hired by Disney in 1984 and by 1985; worked up to the art department and was the driving force behind five of the Disney Television Animation cartoons: Ducktales, Rescue Rangers, Gummi Bears, Winnie The Pooh and of course, TaleSpin. However; by 1990, he was burned out and stepped down to take the director of consumer products in 1992 until his retirement in 2007.

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Flathead Beacon Story


Wade Zia Nassir

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Assistant:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
No Credits present at this time.

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Production Assistant/ The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant/ TaleSpin (1991) - Post-Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Misc Credits, 1 Editorial Department Credit.

Summary: Also known as Wade Nassir.

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Thomas Needell

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Adventures of Gummi Bears (Assistant Sound Editor)
Ducktales (Apprentice Editor, Assistant Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Assistant Sound Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Apprentice Editor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Assistant Editor)

Other Works:
Prison (Sound Editor)
Distinguished Gentleman (Dialogue Editor)
Beverly Hills Cop III (Assistant Sound Editor)
Saving Grace (Supervising Sound Ediotr)
PCU (Assistant Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: The Witches Of Eastwick (1987) - Sound Editor (Uncredited)/Prison - Assistant Sound Editor Trainee/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Assistant Sound Editor.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Assistant Sound Editor/ Ducktales - Assistant Editor, Apprentice Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Advice (2015) - Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Editorial Department Credits, 16 Sound Department Credits, 2 Editor Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Actor Credit, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Animation Department Credit, 1 Camera/Electrical Department Credit, 1 Producer Credit..

Summary: Born in Summit, New Jersey on January 15th, 1961. A Unversity of Maryland B.A. student from 1979-1983; he started as an uncredited sound editor in The Witches of Eastwick in 1987 (at Rubber Dubbers) and TMNT; then with Prison in 1988 (at The Film Business). Also at the beginning of 1987; he was an assistant for DTVA starting with Gummi Bears and Ducktales. After finishing with TaleSpin in 1991 he focused on sound editing movies such as Independence Day, The Cable Guy, Clear & Present Danger, Beverly Hills Cop 3, PCU, Blind Side and Cop & 1/2. The upcoming short Advice is his most recent credit.

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Don Nemitz

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration for Christopher L. Stone:
A Bad Reflection On You ( 18 - "Baloo Saves The Ship")

Disney Work:
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (orchestrator: Double Agent, Hero In The Family, Young Harry Houdini)
The Rescuer's Down Under (orchestrator)
Honey I Blew Up The Kid (orchestrator)
Inspector Gadget 1999 Live Action Edition (orchestrator)
Angels In The Infield (orchestrator)
The Emperor's New Groove (orchestrator)
Snow Dogs (Orchestrator)
Return To Neverland (orchestrator)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Arranger: "Belle's On Ice")
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Orchestrator)
Chicken Little (Orchestrator)
Brother Bear 2 (Orchestrator)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Orchestrator)

Other Works:
The Pacifier (orchestrator)
The Whole Ten Yards (orchestrator)
Bad Santa (orchestrator)
Elf (orchestrator)
Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams (orchestrator)

Animation Debut: Dallas (1978) – Orchestrator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Orchestrator/Arranger.
Most Recent Credits: Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (2007) - Orchestrator
Total Resume Credits: 142 Music Department Credits, 2 Composer Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits.

Summary: Born Donald Joseph Nemitz on January 2nd, 1943. He mentored Don Grady. Don started in a local rock band working for nightclubs as a moonlighter while studying in college. After earning his degree; he taught a jazz program in Salt Lake City Utah; then moved to LA and met Bruce Broughton. He then starting working as an Orchestartor on Dallas and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century television series in 1978/1979. He also did some composing for Remington Steele. He continued to do orchestrations until 2006 with Everyone's Hero being his most recent known credit. He has almost 140 productions to his resume. Sample resume: Christmas With The Kranks, Bad Santa, Elf, Gods & Generals, The Scorpion King, Jay & Slient Bob Strike Back, Spy Kids, Scary Movie, Teaching Mrs. Tingle, Liar Liar, Little Giants, Honey I Blew Up The Kid, The Simpsons television series, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and The Ice Pirates. Silverado actually got an Academy Award nomination. He has been working on commercials in recent years (according to an interview he did in early 2009.

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Marc Orfanos

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
The Wuzzles (Editor)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Sound Editor)
Fluppy Dogs (Assistant Editor)
Ducktales (Sound Effects Editor)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Sound Effects Editor)
Phineas & Ferb (Track Reader)

Other Works:
The Get Along Gang (Sound Effects Editor)
Company (Live-Stage) (Sound Design)
Life With Louie (Sound Editor)
Rubik, The Amazing Cube (Sound Effects Editor)
Saturday Supercade (Sound Effects Editor)

Animation Debut: Saturday Supercade (1983) - Sound Effects Editor/ Rubik The Amazing Cube - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) – Editor.
Most Recent Credits: Phineas & Ferb (2009) - Track Reader.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Sound Department Credits, 1 Editor Credit, 1 Editorial Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Marc started with the Saturday Supercade doing sound editing for several Donkey Kong shorts and Rubik, The Amazing Cube in 1983 for Ruby Spears, and then DIC for The Get Along Gang in 1984. Other than a stint with Life With Louie in 1994/1995 for FOX; he has been mostly doing DTVA productions starting with the Wuzzles, Ducktales, Gummi Bears, Rescue Rangers, TaleSpin and the Fluppy Dogs special. His most recent credit is Phineas & Ferb as a track reader (!!); although he has been a substitute teacher for the Conejo Valley Unified School District since 2006; and has been a tutor since 1995; along with a history teacher as Saint Nicholas Middle School for 11 months between 2005 and 2006. He also became a freelance track reader since 1994.

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Tom Owens

TaleSpin Work:

Character Design:
Time Waits For No Bear (with Toby Shelton)
A Touch of Glass (With Skip Morgan and Len Smith)
The Idol Rich (with Skip Morgan)
Stormy Weather (with Len Smith)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Toby Shelton)
Molly Coddled (with Skip Morgan)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Skip Morgan)
Vowel Play (with Len Smith)
Bearly Alive (with Toby Shelton)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Skip Morgan)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1-with Skip Morgan and Len Smith)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Toby Shelton)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Skip Morgan and Len Smith)
Feminine Air (with Skip Morgan and Kenny Tompkins)
Last Horizons (with Kenny Thompkins)
Flight of the Snowduck
For Whom The Bell Klangs (with Kenny Tompkins, Skip Morgan and George Goode)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
My Fair Baloo (with Len Smith)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Kenny Tompkins)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Liz Chapman)
Baloo Thunder (with Len Smith)
Destiny Rides Again
Mach One for the Gipper
Stuck On You (with Liz Chapman)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Skip Morgan)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Character Design)
Goof Troop (Character Design)
The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series (Character Design)
Bonkers (Character Design)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Character Design)
Shnookums & Meat (Character Design)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Character Designer)

Other Works:
Killer Tomatoes Eat France! (Camera Operator)
Toto Lost In New York (Character Design)
Nome Prince & the Magic Belt (Character Design)
Ren & Stimpy (Director/Storyboard/Character Layout)
Captain Sturdy (Character Design)

Animation Debut: Beany & Cecil (1988) - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Character Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) - Story Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 34 Animation Department Credits, 6 Art Department Credits, 5 Actor Credits, 4 Director Credits, 2 Writer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Tom Owens was a student of the Calfornia Institute of Arts where he majored in Character Animation in 1989. He started his career as a layout artist for John K.'s Beany and Cecil in 1988 with DIC Animation and then moved onto Warner Brothers to work as the character layout artist in Tiny Toon Adventures in 1989. He then moved on to Walt Disney Television Animation to work on character design for every series up to 1997. In February of 1994 he moved on to Games Animation to work with John K. on Ren & Stimpy until May 1995. He then went to Universal Studios to work on The Baby Huey Show and The New Woody Woodpecker Show until 1996. He then worked as an assistant director for Film Roman on Blues Brothers. He then became an animator for Dreamworks in 1997; working on The Prince of Egypt, The Road to El Dorado and Spirit. He was recently seen working for Big Idea Productions as a storyboard artist for Jonah, and various Veggietales and 321 Penguins productions. He has since worked at Dreamworks; being a driving force for Kung-Fu Panda, Monsters VS. Aliens, Madagascar and How To Train Your Dragon among others.

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Michelle Pappalardo-Robinson

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV- with Michelle Schlicht, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Johanne Beaudoin and Luanne Wood)
Jumping The Guns (with Donna Alcock, Stephannie Elliott, Luanne Wood and Johanne Beaudoin)
Sheepskin Deep (with Donna Alcock, Stephannie Elliott and Johanne Beaudoin)
Road to Macadamia (with Johanne Beaudoin, Michelle Schlicht, Jacaleen Cotter and Luanne Wood)
Ransom of the Red Chimp (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Your Baloo's In The Mail (with Johanne Beaudoin and Rick West)
Paradise Lost (with Johanne Beaudoin and Michelle Schlicht)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Raw Toonage (Assistant Producer)
Bonkers (Assistant Producer)
Stand By Me (Associate Producer)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Production Manager)
Pocahantas (Production Manager)
Timon & Pumbaa (Associate Producer)
Around The World With Timon & Pumbaa (Associate Producer)
Quack Pack (Associate Producer)
Schnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon (Associate Producer)
Return to Neverland (Line Producer)
Piglet's Big Movie (Producer)
Brother Bear 2 (Production Manager)
Treasure Planet (Line Producer)
Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Producer)
Sofia The First (Trainer)

Other Works:
The Critic (Production Manager)
Army Wives (Associate Producer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant/The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant/The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Sofia The First (2014) - Trainer/Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Producer Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 2 Production Manager Credit.

Summary: Now known as Michelle Pappalardo-Robinson and sometimes credited as Michelle Robinson; she entered Walt Disney Television Animation in around 1988 with Winnie The Pooh TV series as a production assistant. She moved up to Production Manager with the Aladdin & The King of Thieves DisneyToon movie in 1996. She is now a full-blown producer now and was the producer of the recent DisneyToon movie Piglet's Big Movie and was a line producer of the Peter Pan sequel. She is now currently working on another DisneyToon movie for 2005. Currently at Disney Television Animation as Director, Production as Production Executive on Sofia the First, in addition to overseeing Training/Enrichment and Recruitment.

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Craig Paulsen

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Sound Editor:
Plunder & Lightning
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
The Balooest of the Bluebloods
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Double or Nothing
Last Horizons
Save the Tiger!
The Time Bandit
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In the Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of The Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Assistant Sound Editor)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Assistant Editor)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Editor)
Ducktales (Assistant Editor)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Assistant Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Dialogue Editor)
Bonkers (Dialogue Editor)
Aladdin The Series (Dialogue Editor)
Fantasia/2000 (Sound Editor)
Dinosaur (Assistant Editor)
Home on The Range (First Assistant Editor)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Editor)

Other Works:
James Bond Jr. (Editor)
Barnyard (Animation Editor)
Ice Age: The Meltdown (Associate Editor)
Madagascar (First Assistant Editor)
Family Dog (Assistant Editor)

Animation Debut: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) - Assistant Editor/ Dark Tower - Production Assistant/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Assistant Editor/ Ducktales - Assistant Editor.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Assistant Editor/ Ducktales - Assistant Editor.
Most Recent Credits: The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania! (2017) - Editor/Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown - Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Editor Credits, 17 Editorial Department Credits, 3 Sound Department Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 2 Director Credits, 2 Producer Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Animation Department Credit.

Summary: Born in Esterville, Iowa, Paul went to high school in Dubuque and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Iowa. He continued my post-graduate education at Humboldt State University, where he received a Master of Arts Degree in Film and Television. He began his professional career in TV Animation as a Sound Editor. For his editing efforts, his have been nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for his work on Disney’s ‘Talespin’ and ‘Ducktales’. He also won a Golden Reel in Sound Editing for his work on ‘Talespin’. Later, he went to work for Disney Feature Animation as a First Assistant Editor on ‘Fantasia 2000’, ‘Dinosaur’ and ‘Home on the Range’. He have also worked on Ice Age 2, Barnyard, and ReAnimated. He is a member of the Editor’s Guild, Motion Picture Sound Editors and a voting member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He have also written fourteen screenplays, written and directed two micro-budgeted feature films as well as two One Act Plays. His film ‘Romp’ played in Park City, Utah during the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. His second feature, 'A Long Day's Nightmare', won the Gold Eddy at the CRI Film Festival. He continue to write original screenplays that he hopes to produce and direct as well as edit features. Recently, he went to Bagnone, Italy to edit his first HD feature, a dark comedy titled 'Biscotti Rotti' (he Said So LIttle), written and directed by Lydzia Englert and produced by Stefano Azario. Currently, He is editing the Nickelodeon animated television series 'Back at the Barnyard', from O Entertainment. He is also editing a documentary titled GENOMANIA, produced by Paragon Media in Oakland, CA and CONVENTION, a feature film written by esteemed political writer Norman Solomon.

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Michael Peraza

TaleSpin Work:

Computer Animation:
I Only Have Ice For You
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/II/IV-with Kelly Day)

Disney Work:
The Watcher In The Woods (Conceptual Artwork)
The Fox & The Hound (Layout Artist)
TRON (Layout Artist)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Layout Artist)
The Great Mouse Detective (Layout Artist)
Something Wicked This Way Comes (Layout Artist)
The Black Cauldron (Layout Artist)
Return To OZ (Layout Artist)
Ducktales (Key Layout)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Designer)
The Little Mermaid (Art Director)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Computer Animation)
Beauty & The Beast (Layout Artist)
Darkwing Duck (Conceptual Artist)
Goof Troop (Designer)
Aladdin (Layout Artist)
The Proud Family (Director of Photography, Art Director)
Jungle Book II (Art Director)
Tarzan II (Art Director)
Tinkerbell (Art Director)
Ducktales: Remastered (Layout Artist)

Other Works:
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Model Maker, Animation Director)
The Chipmunk's Adventure (Storyboard)
Channel Umptee-3 (Director)
Anastasia (Production Designer)
Primetime (Visual Development)

Animation Debut: The Watcher In The Woods (1980) - Conceptual Artwork.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Layout Artist.
Most Recent Credit: My Little Pony: The Movie (2017) - Production Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 10+ Animation Department Credits, 4 Art Director Credits, 2 Visual Effects Credits, 7 Art Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Production Designer Credits.

Summary: His real name is Michael Peraza Jr. Michael Peraza has worked as a designer for the major Hollywood studios along with commercial clients from McDonalds to Chevrolet and print media companies ranging from Southern Living to Disney Press. Worked directly with licensees to translate Disney material into variety of merchandise ranging from plush toys, books, magazines to playsets and happy meals. Supervised layout and background staff and responsible for Graphic Design from concept to press kits for feature and TV. Key Designer for "Mickey's Christmas Carol," “Great Mouse," ”Little Mermaid," Concept Designer for “Beauty and the Beast” and "Aladdin." Responsible for treatment, concept & Viz-Dev presentations for “DuckTales," “Primetime," “Darkwing Duck”, & “Goof Troop”. Art Directed “Proud Family” through Hyperion Studios for Disney Channel. Contributed conceptual artwork to “Watcher in the Woods," “Tron," “Return to Oz," “Jungle Book 2," and “Tarzan 2," and "Tinkerbell." Contributed graphic and animation for Disneyland, DisneyWorld and Epcot. Production Designer on Fox's full length feature, "Anastasia".

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Patricia Peraza

TaleSpin Work:

Computer Animation:
I Only Have Ice For You (With Michael Peraza
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/II/IV-with Kelly Day and Michael Peraza)

Disney Work:
Tron (Inbetweener)
The Fox & The Hound (Effects Assistant Animator)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Effects Animator)
The Black Cauldron (Effects Animator)
The Great Mouse Detective (Effects Animator)
Ducktales (???)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Computer Animator)
Beauty & The Beast (???)
The Proud Family (Background Layouts)

Other Works:
Warlock (Effects Animator - Perptual Motion Pictures)
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Additional Computer Animator)
Garfield In Disguise (Effects Animator)
Rover Dangerfield (???)
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures The Movie (Effects Animator)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) - Effects Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (1990) - Computer Animation.
Most Recent Credit: The Proud Family (2002) - Background Layouts.
Total Resume Credits: 8+ Visual Effects Credits, 2+ Animation Department Credits.

Summary: Patty has the distinction of being the first female hired by the Walt Disney Studio from Cal Arts. Her first assignment was working on the motorcycles for the original motion picture Tron. From there she inbetweened on features along with various Epcot projects which resulted with being promoted to breakdown, then assistant animator. One of her early opportunities to animate came on Mickey’s Christmas Carol. She was still classified as an assistant animator but enjoyed animating cigar puffs from Pete, whispy snow gusts, candle flame lighting by Jimminy and much more. Along with many of the top animators at the studio she was asked to help with the big push to get EPCOT ready for its opening. She was also assigned to animate all effects single handedly for Meet The World for Tokyo Disneyland. These were animated on 3 Cinemascope fields! When Ron Miller viewed her animation of the earthquakes, volcanic eruption and storms forming the island of Japan, he immediately promoted Patty to full animator. She became the first female effects animator at the Walt Disney Studios and at that time the only female animator in both the character and effects animation department. She also was able to animate on other full length animated features including The Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective. Patty was then asked by Disney management to serve as project lead for a newly proposed film based on the traditional story Beauty and the Beast working closely with Don Hahn and Mel Shaw. In addition to features she animated effects for television commercials for Disney with Glenn Keane doing the character. She also animated effects for live action features including Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure and Warlock. Patty animated effects for Dale Baer Studio, Film Roman and Warner Brothers. While raising a family, Patty somehow found time to work on numerous television and direct to video projects including Ducktales, Talespin, Garfield, Tom and Jerry, Rover Dangerfield, and Proud Family. She currently creates “Art for the Park” with original creations sold at Disneyland Art Gallery and throughout the Disney company.

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Carol "Kieffer" Police

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Paul Felix)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Colette Van Mierlo)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Paul Felix)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/II- with Paul Felix)
Bearly Alive
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Paul Felix)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Paul Felix)
A Baloo Switcheroo
Flight of the Snowduck (with Paul Felix)
The Time Bandit
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Paul Felix)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Paul Felix)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Paul Felix)
Destiny Rides Again (with Paul Felix, Kelly Day and Jim Schlenker)
Mach One for The Gipper (with Kelly Day and Paul Felix)
Stuck On You (with Paul Felix and Kelly Day)

Key Background Stylist:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Gary Conklin and Paro Hozumi)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Key Layout)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Key Layout Stylist)
Petal To The Medal (Key Layout)
Raw Toonage (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Layout Designer)
Return of Jafar (Key Layout Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
A Goofy Movie (Layout Keys)
Quack Pack (Key Layout Designer)
Home on The Range (Layout Stylist)
Bambi II (Art Director)
Tinker Bell (Art Director)
Frozen (Visual Development)
Minnie's Bow Toons (Background Designer)
Mickey Mouse (Location Designer)

Other Works:
Jem! (Layout Stylist)
Quest for Camelot (Art Director)
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Landscapes)
Little Nemo In Slumberland (Background Sketch)
Barbie & The Rockers: Out Of This World (Key Background Designer)

Animation Debut: The Lord Of The Rings (1978) - Landscape Painter.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Key Layout Artist.
Most Recent Credits: Mickey Mouse (2015) - Location Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Animation Department Credits, 3 Art Department Credits, 4 Art Director Credits, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary: Carol Kieffer Police attended the Art Center College of Design. During that time she majored in Illustration with a passion for traditional painting and figure drawing, and an emphasis on fashion and editorial illustration.. She graduated from Art Center at the top of her class with distinction.Carol began work on the Ralph Bakshi Animated Feature Lord of the Rings. For the next three years she worked between Art Babbit and Richard on many animated television commercials as Designer, Stylist, Animator, Effects Artist, Director, Art Director, and Background Painter: receiving an American Broadcasters Assn. Award and inclusion in FILMEX. She also worked with Glen Fleck, Inc. as a color consultant on projects for IBM, and continued actively in her freelance advertising and fashion illustration business. Carol supervised the background department for the 3-D animated feature Starchaser. She trained artists for production, in addition to keying sequences and spending time in Korea training a large crew to paint. She then joined Marvel productions after the birth of her second daughter as a Key Layout and Development artist for a variety of TV and feature projects. She left Marvel to work with TMS productions as a Development Artist on the feature Little Nemo with Brian Froud and Corney Cole. Shortly after Nemo, Carol began work with Disney Television Animation. She used her skills as a Stylist, Painter and Color Key, Art Director, Development and Photoshop Artist on Television, Direct to Video, and Theatrical Releases. Carol also freelanced on theme park designs for Universal and Landmark Productions. Warner Bros. then recruited Carol to help them start their new feature animation division, where she recruited artists stateside and in England and she helped develop training programs for incoming artists. She acted as Key Art Director for Development and Presentation and Art Director for their first feature Quest for Camelot (overseeing all production and character design, merchandising, maquette building,). Carol was a Location Development artist on the Dreamworks CGI feature, Shrek. , and taught at California Institute of the Arts. She joined Disney Feature Animation where she developed the movie Sweating Bullets with directors Mike Gabriel and Michael Giamo, and finished the production design and layout styling for Home on the Range. She developed character and costume design, as well as location and color styling on The Snow Queen (later named Frozen) for Disney Feature Animation. Recently she finished Art Directing Disney’s Bambi II, which greatly exceeded studio expectations on every level. Currently Carol is consulting and overseeing art direction on the new Disney franchise DVD Tinkerbell and the upcoming Fairies Trilogy through Made in Paradise Productions as well as a sequel of Babe for Universal Studios.

"It's a real marriage of thing that I don't think have been put together before....maybe attempted in live action, but no in a cartoon...It's not like any other daytime show."- Comment on the the potiental of TaleSpin.

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Matt Preble

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Sound Coordinator - West Productions Inc.:
Flight of the Snowduck
Captains Outrageous

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
Exosquad (Post-Production Coordinator)
Cyclone (Foley Editor)
Into the Sun (Post-Production Sound)
The Tick (Sound Production Supervisor)
Angel (Song- "Something Sweet")

Animation Debut: Angel (1984) - Writer: "Something Sweet".
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Post-Sound Coordinator - West Productions Inc.
Most Recent Credits: Acorn Calf (2012) - Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Sound Department Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Editorial Department Credit.

Summary: Matt Preble is a graduate of California State University at Northridge who studied Marketing. In the first few years after graduation he started his career in music and achieved local notoriety as a band member of the Los Angeles band "The Allies". That band was known for writing the song "Something Sweet" for the New World Picture's hit movie Angel. He left after the band broke up in 1983 and turned his attention to the film industry. In 1984 he joined B&B sound as an intern and his sales efforts quickly turned B&B into a successful independent film house. He was promoted to Studio Manager and Head of Sales and remained there until 1990. In Febuary 1990; he joined West Productions as their Sales Managers and supplied many of West's accounts including Disney; which he worked as a Post-Sound Coordinator for several television shows including The Tick and TaleSpin (along with David John West). He remained there until late 1996 where he then worked for Magnolia Studios and Complete Sound. He left in early 1998 to become the Marketing/Sales Manager for Echo Sound and now works for Smart Post Sound.

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Yolanda Rearick

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
A Bad Reflection on You (Act II- with Marta Skwara)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Marta Skwara)
Save The Tiger! (with Britt Teegarden and Debra Jorgensborg)
Citizen Khan (with Marta Skwara)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Marta Skwara)
Flight School Confidential (with Marta Skwara)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Marta Skwara)
Jumping The Guns (with Janet Cummings)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Robin Draper)
Louie's Last Stand (with Janet Cummings)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Robin Draper)
Destiny Rides Again (with Britt Teegarden and Robin Draper)
Stuck On You (with Britt Teegarden and Robin Draper)
The Sound & The Furry (with Marta Skwara)
Road to Macadamia (with Janet Cummings)
Flying Dupes (with Marta Skwara)

Disney Work:
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Color Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Color Key Stylist)
Marsupilami (Color Key Stylist)
Goof Troop (Color Key Stylist)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Cel Painter)
A Goofy Movie (Color Model Cel Painter)
Lilo & Stitch (Painter)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Painter)
Treasure Planet (Painter)
Brother Bear (Painter)
Home On The Range (Painter)

Other Works:
Annabelle's Wish (Model Artist)
Pinocchio & The Emperor of the Night (Ink And Paint Final Checker)
He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe (Final Checker)

Animation Debut: He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe (1984) - Final Checker.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Color Key Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Home On The Range (2004) - Painter.
Total Resume Credits: 17 Animation Department Credits, 1 Art Department Credit.

Summary:

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John Royer

TaleSpin Work:

Post-Production Assistant:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Production Assistant)
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Production Assistant)
Darkwing Duck (Post-Production Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Post-Production Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Post-Production Coordinator, Assistant Film Editor)
Raw Toonage (Post-Production Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Post-Production Coordinator)
Bonkers (Production Assistant, Post-Production Coordinator)
Return of Jafar (Post-Production Coordinator)
Aladdin The Series (Assistant Film Editor, Post-Production Coordinator)
The Bug Hunt (Assisant Film Editor)
Gargoyles (Assistant Film Editor)
Timon & Pumbaa (Editor, Assistant Film Editor, Assistant Editor)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Assistant Film Editor)
Quack Pack (Assistant Film Editor)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Assistant Film Editor)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Assistant Film Editor)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Editor)
Beauty & The Beast: Enchanted Christmas (Assistant Film Editor)
Jungle Cubs (Editor)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Supervising Reel Editor, Assistant Film Editor)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Editor)
The Tigger Movie (Additional Film Editor)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Leica Reel Editor)
Pocahontas 2: Journey To A New World (Leica Reel Editor)
Little Mermaid II: Return of the Sea (Supervising Reel Editor)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Editor)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Additional Story Reel Editor)
Filmore! (Editor)
Teacher's Pet (Editor)
Clerks (Editor)
The Legend of Tarzan (Editor)
Tarzan & Jane (Editor)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Editor)
Kim Possible (Editor)
Tarzan II (Editor)
Mulan II (Additional Story Reel Editor)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Editor)
Tinker Bell: Secret Of The Wings (Second Editor)
Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy (Second Editor)

Other Works:
All Hail King Julien (Lead Animatic Editor)
The Indescribable Nth (Editor: Leica Reel)

Animation Debut: New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Production Assistant/ Ducktales - Production Assistant/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant/ TaleSpin - Post-Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Production Assistant/ Ducktales - Production Assistant/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Production Assistant/ TaleSpin - Post-Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: All Hail King Julien (2015) - Lead Animatic Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 34 Editorial Department Credits, 14 Editor Credits, 6 Misc Credits.

Summary: John Royer has been working with Disney since 1990 on mostly DTVA projects as an editor. In February of 2014; John is currently working for DreamWorks Animation as an Animatic Editor for two years and has returned to DTVA in 2016.

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Marie Sager

TaleSpin Work:

Script Coordinator:
Vowel Play
Bearly Alive
On A Wing & A Bear
A Baloo Switcheroo
The Time Bandit
Gruel & Unusual Punishment
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Anita Lish)
In Search of Ancient Blunders
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Leona Jernigan)
Bullethead Baloo
The Sound & The Furry
The Ransom of the Red Chimp

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Script Coordinator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Script Coordinator)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Script Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Script Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series (Writer)
Bonkers (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Script Coordinator/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Script Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1989) - Script Coordinator/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Script Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Bonkers (1993) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 5 Misc Credits, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary:

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Mirith Schilder

TaleSpin Work:

Script Coordinator:
The Idol Rich
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale That Ends Whale
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Leona Jernigan)
Feminine Air
Citizen Khan

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Script Coordinator)
Darkwing Duck (Writer)
Goof Troop (Writer, Script Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Writer)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Script Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1990) - Script Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (1994) - Script Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Misc Credits, 3 Writer Credits.

Summary:

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Michelle Schlict

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III/IV-With Johanne Beaudoin, Michelle Pappalardo,Yolanda Valdez, Jodi Wildman and Luanne Wood)
Baloo Thunder (with Donna Alcock, Johanne Beaudoin and Rick West)
The Sound & The Furry (with Donna Alcock, Johanne Beaudoin and Marjorie Warman)
Road to Macadamia (with Michelle Robinson, Johanne Beaudoin, Jacaleen Cotter and Luanne Wood)
Paradise Lost (with Michelle Robinson and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Production Assistant)
Raw Toonage (Production Assistant)
Goof Troop (Production Assistant)
Marsupilami (Production Assistant)
Bonkers (Production Assistant)
Timon & Pumbaa (Production Manager)
Jungle Cubs (Production Manager)
Schnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Production Manager)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Production Manager)
Pocahantas II: Journey To A New World (Assistant Production Manager)
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Assistant Production Manager)
The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea (Scanner, Additional Production Manager)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's London Adventure (Additional Production Manager)
Return to Neverland (Additional Production Manager)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (Additional Production Manager)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Production Manager)
101 Dalmations: Patch London's Adventure (Production Manager)
Bambi II (Assistant Production Manager)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Assistant Production Manager)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Assistant Production Manager)
The Little Mermaid III: Ariel's Beginning (Production Manager)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Production Manager)
Enchanted (Production Manager: Animation)
Meet The Robinsons (Production Department Manager)
Tarzan 2 (Production Manager)
Mulan 2 (Production Manager)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Additional Department Manager)

Other Works:
Scooby Doo & The Samurai Sword (Assistant Production Manager)
Duck Dodgers 2003 Edition (Assistant Production Manager)
Xiaolin Showdown (Associate Producer)
Shaggy & Scooby Doo: Get A Clue! (Associate Producer)
Batman: The Brave & The Bold (Associate Producer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Rick & Morty (2014) - Production Manager.
Total Resume Credits: 26+ Production Manager Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 2 Producer Credit.

Summary: Her real name is now Michelle Pniewski; currently works for Starburn Industries as a production manager since 2013. Has worked on such shows as the Monster High OAV's, The Life & Times Of RJ Berger, The Looney Tunes Show and Static Shock among others since leaving Disney in 2008. Now works for Marvel since 2015.

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Jim Schlenker

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
Stormy Weather (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Mommy for A Day (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Vowel Play (with Kelly Day)
Her Chance to Dream (with Colette Van Mierlo)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Colette Van Mierlo)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Derek Carter and Kelly Day)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Derek Carter)
War of the Weirds (with Kelly Day and Colette Van Mierlo)
Captains Outrageous (with Kelly Day and Paul Felix)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Derek Carter)
My Fair Baloo (with Derek Carter)
Baloo Thunder (with Kelly Day)
Destiny Rides Again (with Carol Kieffer Police, Kelly Day and Paul Felix)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Colette Van Mierlo)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Derek Carter and Kelly Day)

Disney Work:
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Key Layout Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Key Layout Designer)
Raw Toonage (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer)
Bonkers (Key Background Stylist, Key Layout Designer)
Aladdin: The Series (Key Layout Designer, Background Key Designer)
Shookums & Meat Funny Cartoon (Background Key Designer)
Timon & Pumbaa (Key Layout Designer)
Around The World With Timon & Pumbaa (Key Layout Designer)
Jungle Cubs (Lead Layout)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Additional Layout)
Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Background Designer)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Key Layout Designer)
Dinosaur (Layout Journeyman)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Layout Journeyman)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Key Location Designer)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Key Location Designer)
Piglet's Big Movie (Background Designer)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Additional Location Designer)
Tarzan II (Layout)
Stitch! The Movie (Lead Location Designer)
Phineas & Ferb (Location Designer)
Disney/Pixar's Planes (Set Designer, Visual Development)
Disney/Pixar's Planes 2: Fire & Rescue (Set Designer, Visual Development)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Location Designer)
Tangled: The Series (Location Designer)

Other Works:
Tom & Jerry: Blast Off To Mars (Art Director)
Alvin & The Chipmunks (Background Designer)
Curious George A Very Monkey Christmas (Background)
Yogi's Great Escape (Layout Supervisor)
Curious George The Series (Background Designer)

Animation Debut: Starchaser: Legend of Orin (1985) - Key Background Painter/ She-Ra: Princess Of Power - Background Artist/ He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special - Background Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (1989) - Key Layout Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Tangled: The Series (2017) - Location Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 32 Animation Department Credits, 11 Art Department Credits, 1 Art Director Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Currently working as a background designer for Nickelodeon since 2014 and a set designer for Disney since 2010. Jim Schlenker, a 30 year Disney veteran, began his animation career after graduating from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Starting out as a background painter and layout artist he has styled numerous television shows, contributed to feature films and direct to video projects. During his career, he has worked for Filmation, Hanna-Barbara, DIC, Warner Brothers, Bagdasarian Productions, Mihan Productions, Universal Animation Studios, Disney TVA, Disney Features, and is currently working at DisneyToon Studios in visual development and set design. He has also taught classes and workshops at Laguna College of Art and Design, Gnomon School of Visual Effects, Walt Disney Consumer Products, Santa Monica College, Walt Disney Television, Walt Disney Publishing – Italy, Associates In Art, Art Academy of Los Angeles, and Walt Disney Animation – Japan. Jim returned to DTVA in 2015.

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Roland "Tommy" Shaw

TaleSpin Work:

"Louie's Place" Arranged and Conducted for Christopher L. Stone:
Episodes involving Louie's.

Disney Work:
None available at this time..

Other Works:
Nadia (Orchestrator)
The Great Waltz (Muscial Supervisor & Director)
Song Of Norway (Music Supervisor, Musical Director, Orchestrator)
The Secret to My Success (Conductor, Music Supervisor)
Dance Hall (Music Arranger)

Animation Debut: Dance Hall (1950) - Music Arranger.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Arranger, Conductor: "Louie's Place".
Most Recent Credits: Shall We Dance (2004) - Arranger: El Choclo (1903).
Total Resume Credits: 11 Music Department Credits, 7 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Composer Credits.

Summary: Roland Shaw born Roland Edgar Shaw-Tomkins 26 May 1920 is an English composer, musical arranger, and orchestra leader. Shaw attended the Trinity College of Music and served in the Royal Air Force in World War II leading RAF No 1 Band of the Middle East Forces. Following wartime service he arranged music for Ted Heath, Teddy Foster, Mantovani and many others. He became an arranger and record producer for Decca Records with his orchestra recording for that label and Phase 4 Stereo. His orchestra performed on the albums Mexico and Westward Ho. In December 1964 his orchestra released an album of cover versions of Themes from the James Bond Thrillers to coincide with the American release of Goldfinger. The popularity of Shaw's arrangements of Bond themes led to More Themes from the James Bond Thrillers for the release of Thunderball with tracks from both albums released on a UK album called James Bond in Action. In 1966 Shaw's orchestra performed Themes for Secret Agents. Themes from the James Bond Thrillers Vol.3/More James Bond in Action followed the release of Casino Royale and You Only Live Twice in 1967. Shaw came back in 1971 for The Return of James Bond/The Phase 4 World of Spy Thrillers for the release of Sean Connery's return as Bond in Diamonds Are Forever. Shaw recruited guitarist Vic Flick to repeat his guitar playing on the Gypsy Camp track. Shaw arranged music for films such as Summer Holiday (1963) and The Secred of My Success (1965) and wrote the score for Straight on Till Morning. Roland "Tommy" Shaw passed away May 11th, 2012 in Great Britian.

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Toby Shelton

TaleSpin Work:

Character Design:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Kenny Thompkins)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Tom Owens)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
Plunder and Lightning (Act I/II- with Tom Owens)
Bearly Alive (with Tom Owens)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Kenny Thompkins)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Tom Owens)
A Baloo Switcheroo
The Time Bandit

Disney Work:
The Fox & The Hound (Assistant Animator – Uncredited)
Fun With Mr. Future (Assistant Animator)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Director, Creative Collaboration)
The Black Cauldron (Assistant Animator)
The Great Mouse Detective (Assistant Animator)
Sport Goofy In Soccermania (Assistant Animator)
Ducktales (Character Designer)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Character Design)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Animation Designer, Character Designer)
Darkwing Duck (Supervising Character Designer, Animation Director, Supervising Producer, Producer)
The Return of Jafar (Director)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Director)
The Bug Hunt (Director)
Quack Pack (Supervising Producer)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Character Design)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Director)
Clerks (Supervisor: Animation Layout)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Director)
The Jungle Book 2 (Storyboard)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Storyboard)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Storyboard)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Director)
The Princess & The Frog (Story)
Zootopia (Story Artist)
Moana (Story Artist)

Other Works:
Box-Office Bunny (Animator)
Turbo (Story Artist)
Megamind (Story Artist)
Kung Fu Panda (Additional Story Artist)
How To Train Your Dragon (Additional Story Artist)

Animation Debut: The Fox & The Hound (1981) - Assistant Animator (Uncredited).
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Character Designer.
Most Recent Credit: Moana (2016) - Story Artist/Zootopia - Story Artist.
Total Resume Credits: 20 Animation Department Credits, 3 Producer Credits, 7 Director Credits, 6 Art Department Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Second Unit Director Credit, 1 Production Designer Credit, 1 Misc Credit.

Summary: Toby Shelton was responsible for the character design behind Rebecca Cunningham. Toby K. Shelton lives in Burbank, CA, United States and works as a story artist for DreamWorks Animation, he has currently worked on three of their animated feature films, including Megamind. Even though not credited for his work in Megamind: Button of Doom, Toby has actually worked on a few storyboards for the short. Apparently; Toby Shelton has return to Disney in 2015 after massive layoffs from Dreamworks.

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Karen Silva

TaleSpin Work:

Art Coordinator:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Art Coordinator)
Ducktales (Art Coordinator)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Art Coordinator)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Art Coordinator)
Ducktales: The Movie- The Treasure of the Lost Lamp (Art Director)
Darkwing Duck (Art Coordinator)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Art Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Production Art Services Coordinator, Art Coordinator)
Raw Toonage (Art Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Art Coordinator)
Bonkers (Production Assistant, Art Coordinator, Production Art Services Coordinator)

Other Works:
Bravestarr: The Legend (Production Clerk: Assistant Animation)

Animation Debut: Bravestarr: The Legend (1988) - Assistant Animation/ Ducktales - Art Coordinator/Adventures of The Gummi Bears - Art Coordinator/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Art Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Art Coordinator/Adventures of The Gummi Bears - Art Coordinator/ The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh - Art Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Bonkers (1994) - Production Assistant, Art Coordinator, Production Art Services Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 11 Art Department Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 1 Animation Department Credit.

Summary: Karen is currently the digital media administrator at Disney Consumer Products.

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Marta Skwara

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I- with Jannet Cummings)
Molly Coddled
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Jill Stirdivant)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act II- with Yolanda Rearick)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Yolanda Rearick)
Feminine Air
Citizen Khan (with Yolanda Rearick)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Yolanda Rearick)
Flight School Confidential (with Yolanda Rearick)
Bringing Down Babyface (with Yolanda Rearick)
Paradise Lost (with Robin Draper, Britt Teegarden and Jill Stirdivant)
The Sound & The Furry (with Yolanda Rearick)
Flying Dupes (with Yolanda Rearick)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
Ducktales the Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Color Key Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Goof Troop (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin & The King Of Thieves (Color Key Stylist)
Gargoyles (Color Key Stylist)
Quack Pack (Color Key Stylist)
Jungle Cubs (Color Key Stylist)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Additional Color Key Artist)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Color Key Stylist)
House of Mouse (Color Key Stylist)
Brother Bear 2 (Color Key Stylist)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Color Key Stylist)
Return To Neverland (Color Key Stylist)

Other Works:
Animated Stories From The Book OF Mormon - The Savior in America (Color Model)
G.I. Joe: The Movie (Painter)
Transformers: The Movie (Painter)
The Secret of NIMH (Painter)
Dinosaucers (Color Designer)

Animation Debut: The Secret of NIHM (1982) - Cel Painter.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Color Key Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: The Land Before Time: The Series (2007) - Color Stylist/The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom Of Friends - Color Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 33 Animation Department Credits, 3 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Her real name is Marta Glodkowska.

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Michael Silversher

TaleSpin Work:

Song Lyrics:
"Spin It" (All Episodes with Patty Sliversher)
"I'm Gone!" (Plunder & Lightning Act I with Patty Sliversher)
"Home is Where the Heart is" (Plunder & Lightning Act II with Patty Sliversher)
"The Sky Pirates Theme" (Plunder & Lightning Act III with Patty Sliversher"
"Monkey in Your Tank" (For a Fuel Dollars More with Patty Sliversher)
"Friends for Life" (Road To Macadamia with Patty Sliversher)

Disney Work:
Mickey's Splashdance Music Album (Composer For Almost All Of The Songs)
Donald Ducks's 50th Anniversary Song (Lyrics: "Happy, Happy Birthday To You", "Can You Quack Like Donald Duck")
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Song Lyrics: "Gummi Bears Theme", "The Rough, Tough, Burly Sailor Song")
Totally Minnie (Song Lyrics: "Totally Minnie")
Ducktales (Song Lyrics: "Boogie Beagle Blues", "Bubba Duck Theme")
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Song Lyrics: "Fat Cat Stomp", "You're The Best Bee For Me")
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Song Lyrics: "Thanksgiving Theme","Hooray, Hooray", "The Turkey Song", "Berrily We Roll Along")
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Composer)
Return of Jafar (Song Lyrics for "Forget About Love" & "Nothing in the World (Quite Like A Friend)")
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Song Lyrics: "I Wanna Scare Myself", "I Am Not Afraid")
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Honor To Us All (Song Lyrics: "A Little Thought")
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Song Lyrics: "Thanksgiving Theme","Hooray, Hooray", "The Turkey Song", "Berrily We Roll Along")
Winnie The Pooh: A Valentine For You (Composer: "Places In The Heart")
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Song Lyrics, Music: "Down to the Sea", "For a Moment", "Tip & Dash", "Here on the Land and Sea")
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Song Lyrics: "Snow Snows", "Happy Pooh Year", "Hunny, No Not For Me")
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Song Lyrics: "Trick "R" Treating With Our Friends", "Brave Together", "Trick "R" Treating With Our Friends (Finale)", "I Wanna Scare Myself!", "I Am Not Afraid" )

Other Works:
Laud Weiner (Song Composer)
Lion of Oz (Song Composer)
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree (Song Lyrics)
All Dogs Go To Heaven (Song Lyrics: "The Perfect Dog", "It's Gotta To Come From The Heart")
Animal Jam (Song Lyrics)

Animation Debut: Donald Duck's 50th Birthday (1984) - Song Lyrics, Music: "Happy, Happy Birthday To You (Donald Duck version)", "Can You Quack Like Donald Duck?".
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Song Lyrics: "Gummi Bears Theme", "The Rough, Tough, Burly Sailor Song".
Most Recent Credits: Word Party (2016) - Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 10 Music Department Credits, 19 Soundtrack Credits, 5 Composer Credits.

Summary: One of the two members of the group "Silversher and Silversher". Michael Silversher has been writing music for various mediums since 1970. He; along with his former wife Patty founded the West Coast Song Writers Assocation in 1979 and are resposible for creating the original TaleSpin opening theme which has been noted as the catchiest theme song ever made. They have written over one hundred songs for Disney in the 1980's, 1990's and 2000 including the Gummi Bears Opening Theme, and several songs within many of the Walt Disney Television Animation and the DisneyToon Movie The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea. They also won two Emmy nominations for Disney with their Winnie The Pooh Season Specials. They also made a presence on MGM with Don Blunt's film: All Dogs Go To Heaven. The duo also worked on Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree and won a prime-time Emmy nomination for their work. They then worked on Elmo In Grouchland which won them a Grammy award and were just finishing work on their latest TV series as composers: Animal Jam. Michael has since expanded his horizons quite a bit as he was the founding composer, musical director and resource artist for the Robert Redford's Sundance Playwright's Lab and Children's Theatre in 1991 through 1996. He gave the first concert of the new year on the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Centre in 2000. He created L.A.'s Opera's Community Outreach Opera for 2000 with the first production being Friday Night at Hodge's Cafe. He was working with Tim Egan on an another opera for 2004 and is under a Kennedy commission to write another opera based on Oscar Wilde's "The Happy Prince" with Elizabeth Wong. Currently; Michael is working for Jim Henson Productions on Dinosaur Train and Pajanimals. He was also a composer for a stage production called Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical at the Kennedy Center since 2008. Michael Silversher also has a songwriting credit on Raffi's 1994 album Bananaphone, for the song "The Changing Garden of Mr. Bell" which he wrote with singer/songwriter, Janice Hubbard. He was founding musical director and resident songwriter for Robert Redford's Sundance Institute's Children's Theater and Sundance Institute's Playwrights' Lab from 1991-96. He wrote and arranged most of the Mickey Mouse Splashdance album from Disneyland Records' WDL series. He has written operas for L.A. Opera and Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and a musical, The Lively Lad, shown at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Also composed some songs for Muppet Classic Theater in 1994.

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Patty Silversher

TaleSpin Work:

Song Lyrics:
"Spin It" (All Episodes with Michael Sliversher)
"I'm Gone!" (Plunder & Lightning Act I with Michael Sliversher)
"Home is Where the Heart is" (Plunder & Lightning Act II with Michael Sliversher)
"The Sky Pirates Theme" (Plunder & Lightning Act III with Michael Sliversher"
"Monkey in Your Tank" (For a Fuel Dollars More with Chuck Tately, Michael Sliversher)
"Friends for Life" (?Road To Macadamia with Michael Sliversher)

Disney Work:
Donald Ducks's 50th Anniversary Song (Lyrics: "Happy, Happy Birthday To You", "Can You Quack Like Donald Duck")
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Song Lyrics: "Gummi Bears Theme", "The Rough, Tough, Burly Sailor Song")
Totally Minnie (Song Lyrics: "Totally Minnie")
Ducktales (Song Lyrics: "Boogie Beagle Blues", "Bubba Duck Theme")
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Song Lyrics: "Fat Cat Stomp", "You're The Best Bee For Me")
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Song Lyrics: "Thanksgiving Theme","Hooray, Hooray", "The Turkey Song", "Berrily We Roll Along")
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Composer)
Return of Jafar (Song Lyrics for "Forget About Love" & "Nothing in the World (Quite Like A Friend)")
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Song Lyrics: "I Wanna Scare Myself", "I Am Not Afraid")
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Honor To Us All (Song Lyrics: "A Little Thought")
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Song Lyrics: "Thanksgiving Theme","Hooray, Hooray", "The Turkey Song", "Berrily We Roll Along")
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Song Lyrics, Music: "Down to the Sea", "For a Moment", "Tip & Dash", "Here on the Land and Sea")
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Song Lyrics: "Snow Snows", "Happy Pooh Year", "Hunny, No Not For Me")
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Song Lyrics: "Trick "R" Treating With Our Friends", "Brave Together", "Trick "R" Treating With Our Friends (Finale)", "I Wanna Scare Myself!", "I Am Not Afraid")

Other Works:
Lion of Oz (Song Composer)
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree (Song Lyrics)
Animal Jam (Song Lyrics)
All Dogs Go To Heaven (Song Lyrics: "The Perfect Dog", "It's Gotta Come From The Heart")
Pajanimals (Composer)

Animation Debut: Donald Duck's 50th Birthday (1984) - Song Lyrics, Music: "Happy, Happy Birthday To You (Donald Duck version)", "Can You Quack Like Donald Duck?".
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Song Lyrics: "Gummi Bears Theme", "The Rough, Tough, Burly Sailor Song".
Most Recent Credits: Word Party (2016) - Composer.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Music Department Credits, 18 Soundtrack Credits, 3 Composer Credits.

Summary: One of the two members of the group "Silversher and Silversher" and sometimes named Patrica Silversher. Patty Silversher has been writing music for various mediums since 1970. He; along with his former husband Michael founded the West Coast Song Writers Assocation in 1979 and are resposible for creating the original TaleSpin opening theme which has been noted as the catchiest theme song ever made. They have written over one hundred songs for Disney in the 1980's, 1990's and 2000 including the Gummi Bears Opening Theme, and several songs within many of the Walt Disney Television Animation and the DisneyToon Movie The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea. They also won two Emmy nominations for Disney with their Winnie The Pooh Season Specials. They also made a presence on MGM with Don Blunt's film: All Dogs Go To Heaven. The duo also worked on Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree and won a prime-time Emmy nomination for their work. They then worked on Elmo In Grouchland which won them a Grammy award and were just finishing work on their latest TV series as composers: Animal Jam. Also composed songs for Muppet Classic Theater in 1994.

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Jack Smalley

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration for Christopher L. Stone:
Select Episodes ( 3 - "Wind Surfing/Iron Vulture", 7 - "Big Battle", 8 - "Cape Suzette", 10 - "Kit's Chase")

Disney Work:
None Available at this time..

Other Works:
The Caller (Orchestrator)
Doctor Mordrid (Orchestrator)
The Mothman Prophecies (Orchestrator)
Prehysteria! (Orchestrator)
Wicked (Orchestrator)

Animation Debut: Frankensteins Daughter (1958) - Soundtrack: "Daddy-Bird", "Special Date".
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Arranger, Orchestrator.
Most Recent Credit: Girl On A Bicycle (2013) - Orchestration Consultant.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Music Department Credits, 3 Composer Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit.

Summary: Jack Smalley studied composition at the Conservatoire de Musique in Paris France with Edmond Marc and Darius Milhaud. Studied Serial Composition with George Tremblay in Los Angeles. After working for years as a jazz bassist, Smalley began to get jobs writing music for television, notable Charlie's Angels and Murder, She Wrote. In the 1980s, he built a reputation as a teacher at the Grove School and later the University of Southern California. He was also an instructor for the Henry Mancini Institute. Hundreds of composers working in film scoring today have studied with him over the years. He also worked as an orchestrator on feature films, and has written a book on film scoring. He served as arranger on a variety of television programming (The Tim Conway Show, The Phyllis Diller Show, The Jack Benny Show, the Emmy Award and Oscar Award shows) before becoming an episodic composer on the Streets of San Francisco, Charlie’s Angels, Knight Rider, Murder She Wrote and Dynasty to name a few. His numerous motion pictures include: Antz, Red Dawn, The Gladiator, Smilla’s Sense of Snow and Prince of Egypt.

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Len Smith

TaleSpin Work:

Character Design:
A Touch of Glass (With Skip Morgan and Tom Owens)
Stormy Weather (with Tom Owens)
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play (with Tom Owens)
Her Chance to Dream
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 1- with Skip Morgan and Tom Owens)
A Spy in the Ointment
Balooest of the Bluebloods
WhistleStop Jackson, Legend (with Skip Morgan and Tom Owens)
Double or Nothing
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
War of the Weirds
Captains Outrageous
Citizen Khan (with Skip Morgan)
Jolly Molly Christmas
My Fair Baloo (with Tom Owens)
Baloo Thunder (with Tom Owens)
Bygones

Disney Work:
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Character Design)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Character Design)
Pedal To The Metal (Screenplay, Character Designer)
Raw Toonage (Character Designer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Character Designer)
Bonkers (Character Designer, Writer, Prop Designer)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Visual Development Artist)

Other Works:
Snorks (Character Design)
Pound Puppies (Character Design)
Adventures in Odyseey: Someone to Watch Over Me (Character Design)
Adventures in Odyseey: Go West Young Man (Character Design)
Christmas Elves (Designer)

Animation Debut: Pound Puppies (1987) - Character Designer/ Snorks - Key Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Character Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Misspelled (2014) - Dr. Watkins.
Total Resume Credits: 29 Animation Department Credits, 2 Writer Credits, 3 Art Department Credits, 2 Actor Credits, 1 Visual Effects Credit.

Summary: In 1987 with no prior art education Len Smith walked into Hanna-Barbera studio with a home-made cardboard portfolio under his arm. Len’s appointment was with Harry Love, a longtime veteran of animation (you will see his name on the classic Tom and Jerry cartoons). Ten minutes into the meeting Harry left the room. When he returned Len was asked if he could start work the same day. Len Smith has been working in cartoons ever since. From H-B Len went to Disney Feature Animation where he designed Toontown for the film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”. After “Roger” wrapped Len went on to Disney Television animation. At Disney TV he worked on the Emmy award winning series “The New Adventures of “Winnie the Pooh”. Len designed many of the main characters for “Talespin” (Kit Cloudkicker), “Bonkers” and “Little Mermaid” series. After six years in TV animation Len decided to try something new and transfered to Disney Consumer products. As assistant art director Len was assigned the “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” property. Len worked with outside vendors to produce the highest quality product for a very important character line. While at consumer products Len also designed the mascot for the “Anaheim Mighty Ducks” professional hockey team. Len Smith went on to start a consumer products division at Film Roman studio. Working on properties including “The Simpsons”, “Garfield”, “Bobby’s World” and many others. At Film Roman Len designed the mascot for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. In 1996 Len was hired by Mattel to create their entire puzzle line. A line which included Disney,Sesame Street, Barbie, Hot Wheels and Nickelodeon. He remained at Mattel for five years as a staff designer in the Infant-Preschool division. Currently, Len is a freelance artist with clients including Disney Animation, Disney Publishing, Warner Brothers Consumer Products, Sony Wonder, Mattel, Fisher-Price, Playhouse Pictures, Hasbro, Marvel, Toy-Biz, The Los Angeles Dodgers, The Atlanta Braves, Aquawood Toys, Jakks-Pacific and others.

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Annamarie Solano

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Plunder & Lightning (Act 3- with Johanne Beaudoin and Jodi Wildman)
Bearly Alive (with Yolanda Valdez and Johanne Beaudoin)
Her Chance to Dream (With Donna Weir, Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

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Michael Spooner

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich (with Paul Felix)
Molly Coddled (with Paul Felix)
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale That Ends Whale
A Bad Reflection On You (with Paul Felix)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Paul Felix)
Feminine Air
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 2)
Citizen Khan (with Paul Felix)
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Paul Felix)
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface (with Paul Felix)
Bullethead Baloo
The Sound & The Furry
Flying Dupes

Key Background Stylist:
Bullethead Baloo (with Gary Eggleston and James Galleco)

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Key Layout Stylist)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Key Layout Designer)
Goof Troop (Key Layout Designer, Layout Stylist, Layout Development, Storyboard Revisions)
Bonkers (Key Layout Designer)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
A Goofy Movie (Layout Supervisor: Paris)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Key Layout Stylist)
Quack Pack (Key Layout Designer)
Dinosaurs (Additional Visual Design)
Treasure Planet (Additional Visual Design, Character Designer)
Lilo & Stitch (Addition Production Support)
Emperor's New Groove (Additional Visual Design)
Monsters University (Development Artist)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Location Designer, Prop Designer, CGI Designer)

Other Works:
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Layout Stylist)
Quest For Camelot (Art Director)
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Background Assistant)
Shrek (Visual Development Consultant)
Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (Art Director)

Animation Debut: The Lord Of The Rings (1978) - Background Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Key Layout Stylist.
Most Recent Credit: Superbook (2016) - Environment Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 24 Animation Department Credits, 10 Art Department Credits, 4 Art Director Credits, 3 Visual Effects Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Soundtrack Credit.

Summary: Also known as Michael J. Spooner or J. Michael Spooner who lived in Los Angeles between 1971 and 1999 where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration in 1975. Michael began his art career in 1976 at Art Center College of Design at their illustration faculty (as a teacher). He taught there for 12 years while working as a freelance illustrator for PBS, Mazda, Zondervan Publishing, NBC Television and the National Football League. Michael has worked in the animation industry for over 25 years with such notable companies as Disney, Blue Sky, Dreamworks and Pixar. Michael ventured into animation as a Layout Artist with Ralph Bakshi’s feature production of Tolkien’s, 'Lord of the Rings'. Shortly after he worked with Filmation Studios on 'He-Man', 'Bravestar' and 'Fat Albert' and on the Bagdasarian feature, 'The Chipmunk Adventure'. As a Visual Development Artist and Designer at Walt Disney Television Animation, Michael helped set the style for such episodic shows as 'Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers', 'Talespin', 'Goof Troop', 'The little Mermaid', 'New Bonkers' and 'Aladdin'. He also worked on the direct-to-video production of 'Aladdin and the King of Thieves' and headed up the production layout team for 'A Goofy Movie'. With Warner Brothers Feature Animation, he Co-Art Directed, 'Quest for Camelot' and teamed with Walt Disney Feature Animation as a Visual Development Designer on 'The Emperor's New Groove', 'Dinosaurs', 'Treasure Planet' and 'Lilo and Stitch'. He also lent his design talents on Dreamworks 'Shrek'. Michael moved to the Chicago area in 1999 to become Director of Visual Development and Artist Education with Big Idea Productions, home of the popular CG animation video series, 'Veggie Tales'. He also served as Senior Art Director on various CG, direct-to-dvd productions, and Big Idea's first feature animated film, 'Jonah'. Today, Michael owns Spoonerville Animation Design (founded in 2002), an independent visual development studio, providing both traditional and CGI design concepts for clients such as, Big Idea, Inc., Pixar Studios, Blue Sky Animation and Walt Disney Animation Studios.

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Daniel Stein

TaleSpin Work:

Associate Producer/Arranger/Orchestrator:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
The Disney Afternoon (Production/Preformance)
The Crusaders (Production)
The Disney Afternoon Collection (Associate Producer)

Other Works:
American's Most Wanted (Composer)
NFL Flims (Composer)
Fighting Foodons (Composer)
When Cars Attack (Composer)
CNN Headline News (Arranging/Orchestration)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Orchestrator, Arranger.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Orchestrator, Arranger.
Most Recent Credits: The Disney Afternoon Collection (2017) - Associate Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 21+ Composer Credits, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Cinematographer Credit, 3 Music Department Credits, 2 Camera/Electrical Department Credits, 1 Editor Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Thanks Credit,1 Self Credit.

Summary: Daniel Stein began studying music at the age of seven with the five free lessons that came with his first piano. Fourteen years later, he graduated from the Berklee College of Music. Dan started his professional career as a studio musician in New York City playing keyboards on records, soundtracks, and jingles. He found himself composing at many of the sessions he was working on and in 1988, he moved to Los Angeles when he was accepted into USC's graduate program "Composition for Film and Television." While working on albums for James Taylor and Joe Cocker, Dan stepped into the role of producer. Dan began arranging and co-producing with Robert Kraft on projects for Disney, ABC, Jim Henson, and feature film soundtracks. In 1993 Dan performed and programmed the score for "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective." Drawing on his experience as an arranger, Dan began writing for television. He composed orchestral theme for ABC's "Day One" news magazine as well as composing themes and underscore for Fox shows such as "Totally Hidden Video" and "America's Most Wanted". While composing underscore for A&E's "Biography", Dan composed underscore for over 200 episodes of "Strange Universe" for Rysher Television. Dan has composed underscore for dramas and MOWs for Showtime and has scored the independent feature "Java Heads". His work in television underscore has also led to work in advertising where Dan has composed underscore for over fifty national commercials including award winning work for "Miller Lite", "Got Milk?", "Apple Computer", "Nike" and "Chrysler Motors". He is currently on the roster of composers at Asche and Spencer Music. Asche and Spencer recently received accolades for composing the score to "Monster's Ball" starring Halle Berry. Dan's most recent television work includes "Hail Caesar", a documentary of Sid Caesar's career for Showtime. as well as a techno/sound design theme for MTV's "Fanography".

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Armin Steiner

TaleSpin Work:

Music Engineer for Christopher L. Stone:
For Whom The Bell Klangs ( 17 - Tenbula/Scarab Chase" - 20th Century Fox.)
Jolly Molly Christmas ( 11 - "Snowflakes - Rebecca's Theme", 12 - "Rebecca Flustered", 13 - "Molly In Christmas Land", 14 - "Molly Sees Santa" - 20th Century Fox.)

Disney Work:
Honey I Blew Up The Kid (Music Scoring Mixer)
A Goofy Movie (Score Mixer)
Homeward Bound 2: Lost In San Francisco (Music Scoring Mixer)
Air Bud: Golden Receiver (Music Scoring Engineer)
Eloise At The Plaza (Score Mixer)
The Lizzy McGuire Movie (Score Mixer, Sound Recordist)
The Young Black Stallion (Score Mixer, Score Recordist)
Eloise At Christmastime (Scoring Mixer)
Finding Nemo (Scoring mixer, orchestra recordist)
Wall-E (Music Recordist: Orchestra)
Wreck It Ralph (Orchestra Recordist)
Saving Mr. Banks (Orchestra Recordist)

Other Works:
Ladder 49 (music scoring mixer)
Seabiscuit (music scoring mixer)
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (score mixer)
The Matrix (score recordist)
The Contender (Score Mixer, Score Recordist)

Animation Debut: Electra Glide In Blue (1973) - Music Mixer/ Johnathan Livingston Seagull - Musical Mixer: Soundtrack Album.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer.
Most Recent Credits: Ted 2 (2015) - Music Scoring Mixer.
Total Resume Credits: 145 Music Department Credits, 7 Sound Department Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Armin Steiner is a self-described survivor, having achieved the kind of career longevity that, in the music business, eludes all but a select few. A gracious man with a polite, almost courtly style, he's also highly opinionated, offering an educated and well-articulated point of view that stems from both his past experiences in the recording industry and his current commercial recording work. Steiner's pop engineering credits include more than 100 Gold and Platinum albums with major artists starting in the mid-’60s and including hits for Glen Campbell, Neil Diamond, the Fifth Dimension, Bread, Heart, Dolly Parton, Johnny Rivers, Hall & Oates, Helen Reddy, Barbra Streisand and many more. In recent years, he's returned to his youthful roots as a classical violinist and has become an in-demand scoring engineer, recording orchestral soundtracks for such films as Silverado, Home Alone, Born on the Fourth of July, JFK, A League of Their Own, Witches of Eastwick and Cocoon, and for television shows from Dynasty and Star Trek: The Next Generation to Beauty and the Beast and King of the Hill.

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Jill Stirdivant

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Robin Draper)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Robin Draper)
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Marta Skwara)
A Bad Reflection on You (Act 1- with Robin Draper)
A Baloo Switcheroo
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 2)
Bullethead Baloo
Paradise Lost (with Marta Skwara, Robin Draper and Britt Teegarden)

Disney Work:
The Black Calduron (Animation Checker)
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Color Key Stylist)
The Little Mermaid (Color Model Development)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Color Key Stylist)
Marsupilami (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Return of Jafar (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Timon & Pumbaa (Color Key Stylist)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Color Key Stylist)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Color Key Stylist)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Color Key Stylist)
Redux Riding Hood (Color Models)
Belle's Magical World (Color Key Stylist)
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Color Key Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Color Key Stylist)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Lead Color Stylist)
Mickey's House of Villains (Color Key Stylist)
House of Mouse (Color Key Stylist)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Color Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Color Stylist)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Color Stylist)
Brother Bear II (Color Stylist)
Bambi II (Color Stylist)
The Emperor's New School (Color Key Stylist)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Color Stylist)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Color Stylist)
Sofia The First (Color Stylist)
The Lion Guard (Color Stylist)
Elena Of Avalor (Color Stylist)

Other Works:
The Savior of America (Color Model)
Amazing Stories (Color Modeler)
Dino-Riders (Color Stylist)
Family Dog (Color Modeler)
Journey To The Promised Land (Color Modeler)

Animation Debut: The Black Cauldron (1985) - Animation Checker.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Color Key Stylist.
Most Recent Credit: The Lion Guard (2017) - Color Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 39 Animation Department Credits, 4 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Jill Stirdivant is a graphic and digital artist who is employed by Walt Disney Television Studios and Mercury Filmworks production companies. She has gained notoriety through her efforts a color stylist on many Disney television series and movies. Her notable film work includes The Black Cauldron (1985) and The Little Mermaid (1989). Presently, she is contributing to the Lion Guard (2016) television series.

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Samantha Swann

TaleSpin Work:

Music Engineer For Christopher L. Stone:
For Whom The Bell Klangs ( 17 - Tenbula/Scarab Chase" - 20th Century Fox.)
Jolly Molly Christmas ( 11 - "Snowflakes - Rebecca's Theme", 12 - "Rebecca Flustered", 13 - "Molly In Christmas Land", 14 - "Molly Sees Santa" - 20th Century Fox.)
Select Episodes ( 20 - "Louie's Place")

Disney Work:
None at that time...

Other Works:
Naked Lunch (Assistant Music Engineer)
A Good Man in Africa (Assistant Music Engineer)
Listen To The Flowers (Music Engineer)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer.
Most Recent Credit: A Good Man In Africa (1994) - Assistant Music Engineer)
Total Resume Credits: 4 Music Department Credits.

Summary:

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Britt Teegarden

TaleSpin Work:

Color Key Stylist:
Save The Tiger (with Debra Jorgensborg and Yolanda Rearick)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act I)
Destiny Rides Again (whith Robin Draper and Yolanda Rearick)
Mach One for the Gipper
Stuck On You (with Robin Draper and Yolanda Rearick)
Paradise Lost (with Robin Draper, Marta Skwara and Jill Stirdivant)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Color Key Stylist)
Ducktales (Color Key Stylist)
Darkwing Duck (Color Key Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Color Key Stylist)
Pedal To The Metal (Color Key Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Color Key Stylist)
Goof Troop (Color Key Stylist)
Bonkers (Color Key Stylist)
Pocahontas (Painter)
Aladdin The Series (Color Key Stylist)
Gargoyles (Color Key Stylist)
Quack Pack (Color Key Stylist)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Color Key Stylist)
Recess (Color Key Stylist)
Recess: School's Out (Color Key Stylist)

Other Works:
Sylvester & Tweety Mysteteries (Color Key Stylist)
Animanics (Color Key Stylist)
Gallavants (Ink & Paint)
The Joseph Smith Story (Color Modeler)
The Angry Beavers (Color Key)

Animation Debut: Gallavants (1984) - Ink & Paint Artist.
DTVA Debut: Aventures Of The Gummi Bears (1988) - Color Key Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Recess: School's Out (2001) - Color Key Stylist.
Total Resume Credits: 28 Animation Department Credits, 4 Editorial Department Credits, 2 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Also known as Britt Tjarno Teegraden and Britt Greko; she was born on February 26th, 1939 in Wood Ranch, Simi Valley California. Worked in Motion Picture Animation for almost 30 years, last 15 years at Disney studio as a color stylist. Started her own Crewel embroidery kit business now.

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Kirk Tingblad

TaleSpin Work:

Animator - Hanho Heung-Up/Sun Woo Animation/Wang Films:
Stormy Weather
Mommy For A Day
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants A Treasure
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
A Jolly Molly Christmas
Louie's Last Stand
Bullethead Baloo
Mach One For The Gipper
Your Baloo's In The Mail

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Animator)
Quack Pack (Animation Director, Storyboards)
Aladdin The Series (Animation Director)
Timon & Pumbaa (Animation Director)
The Legend Of Tarzan (Animation Director)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Animation Director)
House Of Mouse (Storyboards, Animation Director, Timing Director)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse (Animation Director)
Tarzan & Jane (Timing Director)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Animation Director)

Other Works:
Superman 75 (Animation Director)
Kick-Ass (Audience Member)
Growing Up Creepie (Storyboards)
The Brothers Flub (Timing Director)
The Nutcracker Prince (Additional Animator)

Animation Debut: Shadows (1987) - Assistant Animator, Clean-Up Artist, Color Rendering/ The Chipmunk Adventure - Animator/Santabear's High Flying Adventure - Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Animator/TaleSpin - Animator.
Most Recent Credits: Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy (2014) - Animation Director/Tom & Jerry: The Lost Dragon - Animation Timing/Son Of Batman - Animation Timer/Justice League: War - Animation Director, Animation Timer.
Total Resume Credits: 70 Animation Department Credits, 11 Art Department Credits, 4 Director Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Visual Effects Credit, 1 Actor Credit.

Summary: Four-time EMMY AWARD nominee and winner of 1999 EMMY AWARD for Director "Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky and the Brain,. Director on the series "Animaniacs", "Pinky and the Brain" and "Johnny Bravo". Timing director on over 1,000 half hours of television. Storyboard artist on the movies "Space Jam", Fat Albert-The Movie", and "Looney Tunes - Back In Action", Animation Director on the movies "Next Avengers", "Thor - Tales Of Asgard", "Planet Hulk", "Scooby Doo! Abracadabra-Doo!", "Tom & Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes", "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare", "Scooby-Doo! Attack of the Phantosaur", "Scooby-Doo! and the Song of the Vampire", "Big Top Scooby Doo", "Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz", "Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse", "Scooby Doo and the Frankencreep", "Justice League War", "Superman - Man of Steel", "Son of Batman", "Tom & Jerry meet the Mighty Dragon", Supervising Timing Director on "Scooby Do Mystery Incorporated", and "The Looney Tunes Show" series. Currently retired.

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Kenny Thompkins

TaleSpin Work:

Character Design:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Toby Shelton)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV)
From Here to Machinery
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Toby Shelton)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act 2- with Skip Morgan)
A Star is Torn
Feminine Air (with Skip Morgan and Tom Owens)
Last Horizons (with Tom Owens)
Save The Tiger!
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Tom Owens, Skip Morgan and George Goode)
Flight School Confidential (with Skip Morgan)
Jumping The Guns
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Tom Owens)
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Storyboard)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Assistant Character Design)
Beauty & The Beast (Character Sculptor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Character Design)
Darkwing Duck (Character Designer)
Pedal To The Metal (Character Designer)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Character Designer)
Marsupilami (Character Designer)
Raw Toonage (Character Designer)
Goof Troop (Character Designer)
Bonkers (Character Designer)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Character Design)
Return of Jafar (Character Design)
Aladdin The Series (Character Designer, Prop Designer)
Gargoyles (Character Designer)
Timon & Pumbaa (Character Designer)
Quack Pack (Character Designer)
Jungle Cubs (Director, Producer)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Storyboard Revisions)
Pepper Ann (Character Designer)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Assistant Character Design)
Hercules: The Series (Character Design)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Additional Character Designer)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Assistant Character Design)
The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea (Assistant Character Design)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Character Designer, Additional Character Designer)
101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (Additional Character Design)
The Legend of Tarzan (Character Designer)
Tarzan & Jane (Character Designer)
Dave The Barbarian (Storyboard Revision)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Character Designer)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Character Designer)
House of Mouse (Key Layout Designer)
Piglet's Big Movie (Additional Character Designer)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Character Design)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Character Designer)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Character Design)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Character Designer)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Storybook, Prop Designer)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Additional Character Design)
Aladdin Magic Carpet Ride (Illustrator)
Lion King 1 1/2 (Character Design)
Mulan 2 (Character Designer)
Brother Bear 2 (Additional Character Designer)
Tarzan 2 (Additional Character Designer)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Storymatic Artist)
The Lion Guard (Character Designer)
Elena Of Avalor (Storybook)
The 7D (Storyboards)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Storybook Artist)

Other Works:
God, The Devil & Bob (Character Design)
The Popples (Storyboard)
The Real Ghostbusters (Character Design)
Rainbow Brite (Character Design)
Mega Man (Props)

Animation Debut: The Get Along Gang (1984) - Storyboard Artist.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Character Designer, Additional Character Designer.
Most Recent Credits: The Lion Guard (2017) - Character Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 58 Animation Department Credits, 24 Art Department Credits, 2 Director Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Second Unit Director Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: Kenny Thompkins is a graphic and digital artist who is employed by Walt Disney Television Studios and Mercury Filmworks production companies. He has gained notoriety through his efforts a character designer on many Disney television series and movies. His notable film work includes Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005), The Lion King 1 ½ (2004), and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000). Presently, he is contributing to the Lion Guard (2016) television series.

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Yolanda Valdez

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
I Only Have Ice For You (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
Time Waits For No Bear (with Johanne Beaudoin and Donna Alcock)
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Plunder & Lightning (Act I- with Michelle Schlict, Jodi Wildman and Johanne Beaudoin)
Bearly Alive (with Johanne Beaudoin and Annemarie Solano)
For a Fuel Dollars More (with Johanne Beaudoin)
On A Wing & A Bear (with Johanne Beaudoin)
A Baloo Switcheroo (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Flight of the Snowduck (with Johanne Beaudoin)
The Time Bandit (with Johanne Beaudoin)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act 1- with Johanne Beaudoin)
Gruel & Unusual Punishment (with Johanne Beaudoin and Stephannie Eillott)
In Search of Ancient Blunders (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Pizza Pie In The Sky (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Destiny Rides Again (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Mach One for the Gipper (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Stuck On You (with Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
Goof Troop (Production Assistant)
Bonkers (Production Assistant)
Aladdin The Series (Production Assistant)
Aladdin and the King of Thieves (Production Assistant)
Timon & Pumbaa (Production Assistant)
Quack Pack (Production Assistant)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robinson (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (1997) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 9 Misc Credits.

Summary: Sometimes credited as Yolanda Saylor or Yolanda Valdez-Saylor.

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Kathrin Victor

TaleSpin Work:

Continuity Coordinator:
All Episodes (With Vonnie Batson and Jim Finch)

Timing Director:
Louie's Last Stand (with Marsh Lamore)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Continuity Coordinator, Storyboard Cleanup, Timing Director)
Raw Toonage (Continuity Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Continuity Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Bonkers (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Aladdin & The King of Thieves (Continuity Coordinator)
Gargoyles (Continuity Coordinator)
Quack Pack (Continuity Coordinator)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
Jungle Cubs (Continuity Coordinator)
Timon & Pumbaa (Continuity Coordinator)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Continuity Coordinator, Storyboard Revision)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (Continuity Coordinator)
Belle's Magical World (Continuity Coordinator)
Hercules The Series (Continuity Coordinator)
The Tigger Movie (Continuity Coordinator)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (Continuity Coordinator)
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame 2 (Continuity Coordinator)

Other Works:
NBC Children's Theatre (Production Coordinator - All About Me)
The Wild World of Batwoman (Actress – Batwoman)
Creature of the Walking Dead (Actress - Mrs. Roger Vernon)
Curse of the Stone Hand (Actress - Connie's Sister)
Wizards (Final Checker)

Animation Debut: Mesa Of The Lost Woman (1953) - Actress: Car-Driver Spider Woman.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Continuity Coordinator.
Final Credits: The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II (2002) - Continuity Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Misc Credits, 15 Actress Credits, 8 Animation Department Credits, 2 Art Department Credits.

Summary: Sometimes known as Kathrin Leichliter or Katina Vea. Born Katena Ktenavea in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan on August 18th, 1923, the future TV and movie actress grew up in L.A. and began her acting career on the stage and radio in the late '40s. She made her film debut in the campy sci-fi adventure Mesa of Lost Women (1952); five years later she starred as the imperious Dr. Myra in director Jerry Warren's Teenage Zombies (1957) (She made $300 on that one), which led to a series of roles in Warren's impoverished productions. Always busy outside of acting (in modeling, real estate and in various jobs in the animated cartoon business), Victor felt that the stigma of being a regular in Warren's movies stymied her mainstream acting career. Kathrin passed away in West Hills, California on October 22nd, 2004 from complications after a stroke. She returned to Warren's fold in 1981's "Frankenstein Island" and also appeared in "Fugitive Rage" (1996) and "Superguy: Behind the Cape" (2000).

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Nick Vidar

TaleSpin Work:

Music Programmer/Music Editor/Assistant Conducting/Sequence Transcription:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Mickey's 60 Birthday (Music Programmer)
George of the Jungle 1997 (Music Programmer)
The Emperor's New Groove (Music Programmer)
The Kid 2000 Edition (Music Programmer)

Other Works:
Bewitched: The Movie (Music Programmer)
The Sum of All Fears (Music Programmer)
61* (Music Programmer)
Enternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Music Programmer)
Patch Adams (Music Programmer)

Animation Debut: Phantasm II (1988) - Music Engineer, Music Programmer/ Mickey's 60th Birthday - Music Programmer, Music Engineer/ Felix The Cat: The Movie - Music Engineer, Music Programmer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Music Engineer, Music Programmer.
Most Recent Credits: Hairspray (2007) - Music Editor, Music Programmer (uncredited)
Total Resume Credits: 100 Music Department Credits, 2 Misc Credits.

Summary: Born on October 21st, 1965. Nick also does consulting for computer systems, networking, communcations and digital media. He's currently at the Unversity of Southern California at the Keck School of Medicine.

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Marjorie Warman

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
The Sound & The Furry (with Donna Alcock, Johanne Beaudoin and Michelle Schlicht)

Disney Work:
Darkwing Duck (Art Coordinator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Art Coordinator)
Goof Troop (Art Coordinator)
Raw Toonage (Art Coordinator)
Bonkers (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Production Assistant/Darkwing Duck - Production Assistant, Art Coordinator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Production Assistant/Darkwing Duck - Production Assistant, Art Coordinator.
Most Recent Credits: Bonkers (1993) - Art Coordinator.
Total Resume Credits: 5 Art Department Credits, 4 Misc Credit.

Summary:

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Marty Warner

TaleSpin Work:

Prop Design:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink
The Idol Rich (with Terry Hudson)
Stormy Weather
Plunder & Lightning (Part II/IV)
From Here to Machinery
Molly Coddled
Polly Wants a Treasure
All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
A Bad Reflection on You (with Terry Hudson)
A Star Is Torn
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
Feminine Air
Last Horizons
Save The Tiger! (with Dennis Greco)
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act II- with Dennis Greco)
Citizen Khan
Waiders of the Wost Tweasure (with Liz Chapman)
Flight School Confidential
Bringing Down Babyface
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Bullethead Baloo
The Sound & The Furry
The Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
Flying Dupes

Character Design:
Bullethead Baloo

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Prop Design)
Darkwing Duck (Prop Designer)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Prop Designer)
Raw Toonage (Prop Designer)
Goof Troop (Prop Designer)
Bonkers (Prop Designer)
The Return of Jafar (Prop Design)
Aladdin The Series (Prop Designer, Storyboard, Storyboard Revisions)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Prop Designer, Storyboard Revisions)
Quack Pack (Storyboard Revisions, Prop Designer, Storyboard)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: Search for Christopher Robin (Prop Design, Storyboard)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Storyboard, Prop Designer)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Storyboard, Prop Designer)
The Tigger Movie (Background Layout Stylist, Prop Design)
The Legend of Tarzan (Prop Designer)
Return to Neverland (Story/Design)
Tarzan & Jane (Prop Designer)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Prop Designer)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Prop Designer)
The Jungle Book 2 (Prop Designer)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Prop Designer)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (Prop Designer)
American Dragon Jake Long (Prop Designer)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Prop Designer)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Prop Designer)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Prop Designer)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Prop Designer)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Prop Designer)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Prop Designer)
Piglet's Big Movie (Proper Designer)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Muskateers (Prop Designer)

Other Works:
Steven Spielberg's Movie (Actor- Steven Spielberg)
Staurt Little: The Animated Series (Storyboard)
Zorro: The Animated Series (Writer)
Shaggy & Scooby Doo: Get A Clue (Storyboard)
Captain Cosmos & The Gray Ghosts (Actor - Sir Bedevere)

Animation Debut: Ghostbusters (1986) - Layout Artist/ She-Ra: Princess Of Power - Layout Artist.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Prop Designer.
Most Recent Credits: Pig Goat Banana Cricket (2017) - Prop Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 41 Art Department Credits, 5 Animation Department Credits, 2 Actor Credits, 2 Writer Credits, 1 Production Designer Credit.

Summary: Marty Warner was born a Southern California native. Following college and several odd jobs (and more very odd jobs), Marty decided to do his time as a starving artist. You gotta start somewhere, right? Perhaps he thought that was the way it was done before he earned the right to be a real artist, whatever that is. (I always say that everybody has a talent for something, but I am getting off topic again. I do that often). Eventually, a good long-time friend named Tom Shannon rescued Marty from a seedy downtown Los Angeles T-shirt art department and helped get him a job at Filmation animation studio, where he crafted his craft until they shut the place down. Around that time, he met and married the wonderful Mrs. Warner and went on to do a good 15-year run at Disney TV animation and home video. He is currently still working for various studios and developing his own projects to sell. If he is lucky, maybe you will see one some day and say "Hey, I read about that guy. He sounds kind of weird." Marty still lives in Southern California with the lovely Mrs. Warner and their three cats, the occasional hairball, and a sweeping panoramic view of their front and back yards. He remains an avid model builder. He currently works for Warner Brothers.

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Fred Warter

TaleSpin Work:

Key Background Stylist:
A Touch of Glass
The Idol Rich (with Paro Hozumi)
Molly Coddled (with Paro Hozumi)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Paro Hozumi)
All's Whale That Ends Whale
A Bad Reflection On You (with Paro Hozumi and Bill Lorencz)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend
For Whom The Bell Klangs (Act I- with Greg Battes, Bill Lorencz and Gary Conklin)
Citizen Khan (with Bill Lorencz)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Key Background Stylist)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Key Background)
Darkwing Duck (Key Layout Designer)
Aladdin The Series (Key Layout Designer)
A Goofy Movie (Producer Designer)
A Bug's Life (Visual Development)
Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Art Director)
Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea (Key Background Stylist)
Lady & The Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (Art Director)
Piglet's Big Movie (Art Director)
Pooh's Grand Aventures: The Search For Christopher Robin (Key Background Stylist)
The Jungle Book 2 (Digital Storyboard: Opening Sequence)
Return To Neverland (Digital Storyboard)
Home on The Range (Visual Development)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Art Director)
Bambi II (Visual Development)
Tinker Bell (Art Director)
Tinker Bell & The Great Fairy Rescue (Art Director)
Tinker Bell: Pixie Hollow Games (Art Director)
101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (Key Background Stylist)
Tarzan 2 (Additional Key Backgrounds)
Mulan 2 (Additional Key Backgrounds)

Other Works:
Joseph: King of Dreams (Art Director)
The Road to El Dorado (Visual Development)
Transformers: The Awakening (Key Background Designer)
G.I. Joe (Background Designer)
9 (Production Designer)

Animation Debut: Starchaser: The Legend Of Orin (1985) - Assistant Animator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Key Background Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Amusement Park (2018) - Production Designer
Total Resume Credits: 37 Animation Department Credits, 9 Art Director Credits, 7 Art Department Credits, 3 Visual Effects Credits, 3 Production Designer Credits.

Summary: Fred Warter was born in southern California with a paintbrush in his hand. One of his earliest grade school teachers first recognized his artistic abilities and would give him extra credit for any illustration that would accompany his academic assignments. But it was his passion for illustrator Frank Frazetta and Mad magazine which truly solidified his illustrative direction. After high school he studied illustration at the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California, graduating with honors in 1983. After graduating he landed a job as a character animator for Don Bluth Studios. Mentored by the animation legend John Pomeroy, Warter animated on the landmark animated video games Space Ace and Dragons Lair II. In 1985 he worked as a background painter for various television studios including Marvel, Hanna Barbera, and Disney Television animation. In 1991 he art directed the Emmy®-nominated television series Darkwing Duck. Warter also continued his illustration career and in 1992 completed a massive illustration project for the video and illustrated children’s book Annie Oakley for Rabbit Ears Productions. The project achieved several awards including the Cine Golden Eagle Award, and The National Educational Film & Video Festival Silver Apple. In 1995 he worked as production designer on the classic A Goofy Movie for which he was nominated for a best production design Annie. The next few years were spent working as a visual development artist for Pixar, Disney Feature animation, DreamWorks and Warner Bros. on such timeless films as A Bug's Life, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, The Road To El Dorado, Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron, The Iron Giant and Home On The Range. In 1998 he accepted the assignment to art direct Disney’s The Lion King II and went on to art direct Lady And The Tramp II, Piglet's Big Movie and The Fox & The Hound II. In 2007 Warter took on the challenge of production designer on visionary Shane Ackers’ feature, 9. In 2008, Warter returned to Disney to art direct the John Lasseter executive produced global hit, Tinker Bell. He is currently art directing Tinker Bell & The Great Fairy Rescue, the third film in the Disney fairies franchise and also is working for Paramount Pictures.

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Mark Waters

TaleSpin Work:

Arranging/Orchestration For Christopher L. Stone:
All Episodes ( 1 - "Opening Air Battle", 2 - "Romantic Theme", 4 - "Pirate Island", 19 – "Finale")
Jolly Molly Christmas (14 - "Molly Sees Santa")

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
Problem Child 2 (Orchestrator)
Hudson Hawk (Orchestrator)

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Arrangement/Orchestration.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) – Arrangement/Orchestration.
Most Recent Credit: Hudson Hawk (1991) - Orchestrator/ Problem Child 2 – Orchestrator.
Total Resume Credits: 3 Music Department Credits.

Summary:

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Samantha Weerasinghe

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Molly Coddled (with Johanne Beaudoin)
A Bad Reflection on You (Act II- with Johanne Beaudoin)
Whistlestop Jackson, Legend (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Feminine Air (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
Citizen Khan (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:


Donna Weir

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Stormy Weather (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Mommy for a Day (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Vowel Play (with Johanne Beaudoin and Rick West)
Her Chance to Dream (with Rick West, Annamarie Solano and Johanne Beaudoin)
A Spy in the Ointment (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Johanne Beaudoin and Rick West)
War of the Weirds (with Rick West and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
The Rescuers Down Under (Scene Planning Assistant)
Beauty & The Beast (Scene Planning Assistant)
Aladdin (Scene Planning Assistant)
Trail Mix-Up (Scene Planning Assistant)
The Lion King (Scene Planning Assistant)
Fantasia/2000 (Scene Planning: Data Entry)

Other Works:
Creepshow 2 (Production Assistant)
Nobody's Fool (Driver)

Animation Debut: Nobody's Fool (1986) – Driver.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: Fantasia/2000 (1999) - Scene Planning: Data Entry.
Total Resume Credits: 5 Animation Department Credits, 3 Misc Credits.

Summary:

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Gregory David Weisman

TaleSpin Work:

Creative Executive, Current Programming and Series Development:
All Episodes

Voice Actor:
Wan Lo's Son #1 (Last Horizons)

Disney Work:
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Staff Assistant)
Ducktales (Story Editor, Creative Executive)
New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Staff Assistant)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Staff Assistant)
Darkwing Duck (Creative Executive)
The Little Mermaid (Creative Executive)
Raw Toonage (Creative Executive)
Goof Troop (Creative Executive)
Bonkers (Director of Series Development)
Marsupilami (Director of Series Development)
Aladdin: The Animated Series (Director of Series Development)
Gargoyles (Conceptual Producer/Creator, Supervising Producer)
Schnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Director of Series Development)
Timon & Pumbaa (Director of Series Development)
Quack Pack (Director of Series Development)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Director of Series Development)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Writer)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Writer)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Voice Casting, Dialogue Director)
W.I.T.C.H. (Story Editor, Supervising Producer)
Kim Possible (Writer)
Super Robot Monkey HyperForce Go! (Writer)
Mechromancers (Voice Director)
Creature Force (Developer, Story Bible Writer)

Other Works:
Alien Racers (Writer)
Spiderman 3D (Writer)
3X3 Eyes (Voice Director)
MacBeth (Writer)
The Batman (Writer)

Animation Debut: Jem! (1988) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1989)- Staff Assistant/ Ducktales - Story, Editor, Creative Executive/New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh - Staff Assistant/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Staff Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Shimmer & Shine (2017) - Writer.
Total Resume Credits: 7 Producer Credits, 30 Writer Credits, 11 Actor Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 3 Self Credits, 1 Casting Department Credit.

Summary: Gregory Weisman started his career in England at the Stanford-in-Oxford in 1984 where he studied the English Novel and Shakesphere. He move to the US and studied at both the University of Stanford where he got a B.A. in English and Creative Writing which included a broad Liberal Arts background specializing in Shakespeare, Faulkner and fiction writing. He finished in 1989. He started working in 1986 for DC Comics doing editing,trafficking and developing new comic book series including Teen Titans and Young All-Stars. He also worked as an assistant lecturer at the University of Southern California from 1988-1998 and also got a Masters of Professional Writing degree in 1989 by producing his own play The Artemis Choice. He joined Disney in 1989 as a staff assistant and worked on many Disney Television Animation Projects; most notably story editing for Ducktales. He would go on to be the creator of one of the best series Disney has ever made and one of the most gritty which was the Gargoyles series in 1994 before settling in Director of Series Development for the rest of the productions until he left Disney in 1996. He went on to work for Dreamworks; Developing series and video projects including Invasion: America, Steven Spielberg's Cliffhangers, Sword of the Shogun, The Avenger, Blackhawk, Madison & MON-Ro, Rain of the Ghosts, Tai-Fu The Series, Treasure Hunters, Inc. and Small Soldiers: The Animated Series. He currently works as a freelancer writer and voice director; however, he made a return to Disney Television Animation recently to create the next great series: W.I.T.C.H.. He also teaches voices and writing.

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David John West M.P.S.E.

TaleSpin Work:

Supervising Sound Editor - West Productions Inc.:
Flight of the Snowduck
Captains Outrageous

Disney Work:
The Brave Little Toaster (Sound Effects Editor)

Other Works:
X-Files (Sound Designer)
Slow Burn (Sound Editor)
The Practice (Sound Re-Recording Mixer)
Sins of Fate (Sound Re-Recording Mixer)
The Wonder Years (Supervising Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Darkroom (1981) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Supervising Sound Editor: West Productions Inc.
Most Recent Credit: All Out Dysfunktion! (2016) - Sound Mixer.
Total Resume Credits: 198 Sound Department Credits, 3 Music Department Credits.

Summary:

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Rick West

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Vowel Play (with Donna Weir and Johanne Beaudoin)
Her Chance to Dream (with Donna Weir, Annamarie Solano and Johanne Beaudoin)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Donna Weir and Johanne Beaudoin)
Double or Nothing (with Johanne Beaudoin)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Stephannie Elliot and Johanne Beaudoin)
War of the Weirds (with Donna Weir and Johanne Beaudoin)
Captains Outrageous (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
Jolly Molly Christmas (with Johanne Beaudoin)
My Fair Baloo (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
Your Baloo's In the Mail (with Johanne Beaudoin and Michelle Robinson)
Baloo Thunder (with Michelle Schlicht, Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Incredible Shrinking Molly (with Johanne Beaudoin and Jacaleen Cotter)
Bygones (with Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 1+ Misc Credit.

Summary: I'll let Rick West explain himself here: I'm a SoCal boy that grew up visiting such theme parks as Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Lion Country Safari, SeaWorld and Santa's Village. In 1988, I became a Cast Member at Disneyland where I worked in New Orleans/Critter Country Attractions, primarily at Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion. By 1990, I had transferred to The Walt Disney Studios and worked for a short while in Television Animation on The Disney Afternoon (don't judge me). During the early '90s, I also worked in Ops at Knott's Berry Farm after working one season in Line Control at Halloween Haunt. In 1994, I founded Theme Park Adventure, which was one of the first fanzines in publication. As technology evolved, TPA was the very first theme park fan site on the Internet. Later in life, I would serve as the Visitor Services Manager at Aquarium of the Bay on Pier 39 in San Francisco, and then moved on to Las Vegas, where I worked supervising the Players Club at Excalibur Hotel & Casino. The jobs listed here are relevant to TPA and my industry background... I HAVE worked for other companies in various management positions including Marketing - but the FUN stuff is all listed here as part of my Theme Park Adventure profile.

Final Note: Rick West got the job as one of TaleSpin's Production Assistants after one of Scott Wolf's assistants left.

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Ed Wexler

TaleSpin Work:

Key Layout Design:
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Colette Van Mierlo)
From Here to Machinery (with Colette Van Mierlo)
A Star is Torn (with Colette Van Mierlo)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Key Layout Stylist)
Ducktales (Key Layout Stylist)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Key Layout Stylist)
Raw Toonage (Director)
Marsupilami (Director)
Jungle Cubs (Director)
Quack Pack (Director: Main Titles)
The Lion King's Timon & Pumbaa Smart Yet Satisfying PSA Campaign (Producer, Director)
Genie's Great Minds Think For Themselves (Director, Producer)
Timon & Pumbaa's Wild Adventures: Hanging With Baby (Director, Producer)
Hercules: The Animated Series (Director: Opening Titles)
Donald Duck's 60th Anniversary Celebration (Director, Producer)
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Director)
Timon & Pumbaa's: Find Out Why (Director, Producer)
Little Angelita (Art Director, Director, Producer)
Dopey's Wild Mine Cart Ride (Producer, Director)
Drawn To Animation (Producer, Director)
In the Bleachers (Producer, Director)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Producer)
Grievance Of A Starmaker (Director, Producer)
Festival Of Fun: The Bells of Notre Dame (Director, Producer)
Festival Of Fun: Puppet Theater (Director, Producer)
A Gargoyle's Life: It's Not Easy Being A Gargoyle (Director, Producer)
Rescue Aurora Adventure Game (Producer, Director)
Sing Along Songs: Sing A Song With Pooh Bear & Piglet Too (Director, Producer)
Winnie The Pooh: 123s (Producer, Director)
Who Wants To Be King Of The Jungle (Director, Producer)
Timon & Pumbaa's Virtual Safari (Director, Producer)
Winnie The Pooh: ABC's Discovering Letters & Words (Director, Producer)
Lilo & Stich: The Animated Series (Main Title Director)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Character Designer)

Other Works:
The Lord of The Rings: The Animated Movie (Key Animator)
Global Wonders: Mexico (Director)
He's A Bully Charlie Brown (Layout)
Sparky's Magic Piano (Character Designer)
The Littles (Character Designer)

Animation Debut: Tubby The Tuba (1975) - Inbetween Artist.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1986) - Key Layout Designer, Key Layout Stylist.
Most Recent Credits: Jake & The Neverland Pirates (2014) - Character Designer.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Animation Department Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Art Director Credit, 23 Director Credits, 21 Producer Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Summary: From Ed Wexler's Bio: For more than 20 years, Ed Wexler has been a standout among his peers in caricature illustration, distinguishing himself with his confident, slightly mischevious style, one that depends not on crude exaggeration but instead on insightful observation and fine draftsmanship. He has long been inspired and influenced by the classic work of contemporary caricature illustrators like David Levine, Al Hirschfield, Edward Sorel, Rick Meyerowitz, and Robert Grossman. Ed's first published illustration appeared in New York Magazine while he was still a student at The Cooper Union in New York City. After graduating, Ed pursued his interest in animation and moved to Los Angeles, where he worked for Ralph Bakshi (Fritz the Cat) as well as for other commercial animation studios. At the same time, he contributed to publications such as California Magazine, Muscle and Fitness, U.S. News & World Report, and The Los Angeles Times. Over the past several years, Ed’s commissioned work for The Hollywood Reporters special Emmy and Academy Awards issues have earned him a reputation as one of the best caricature artists working in print today. In addition to his career as a freelance illustrator, Ed worked at The Walt Disney Company for 20 years in various key creative roles, including animation direction and design. He served as part of a small, creative problem-solving team that worked in all areas of film and television animation production. This group, named Special Projects, provided Disney with animation of both its classic and current characters for television, the internet, and Disney theme parks. Ed also provided expertise in series development, on-air corporate ID and promotions, cutting-edge desktop animation, and many other aspects of digital production. During his time with Special Projects, Ed co-developed, designed and directed a variety of television pilots for the Disney Channel. His work includes "Disney's Little Einsteins," for which he created a distinctive visual style combining traditional and computer animation with live-action footage, as well as the 3D-animated "My Friends Tigger and Pooh,” for which he designed the new main character. Ed currently lives in the suburbs of Los Angeles, CA with his wife and two children.

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Jodi Wildman

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
Plunder & Lightning (Act I/III- with Johanne Beaudoin, Michelle Schlict, Annamarie Solano, Yolanda Valdez)

Disney Work:
There are no credits at this time.

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: TaleSpin (1990) - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 1 Misc Credit.

Summary:

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Catherine Winder

TaleSpin Work:

Overseas Production Manager:
All Episodes

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Production Manager Overseas)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Production Manager Overseas)
Darkwing Duck (Production Manager Overseas)

Other Works:
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Producer)
Aeon Flux (Producer)
Spawn (Producer)
Spicy City (Producer, Voice Director)
The Right To Express Yourself (Executive Producer)

Animation Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Overseas Production Manager/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Overseas Production Manager.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Overseas Production Manager/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Overseas Production Manager.
Most Recent Credit: Angry Birds Movie (2016) – Producer/The Early Hatchling Gets The Worm - Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Production Manager Credits, 13 Producer Credits, 3 Misc Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Acting Credit, 1 Thanks Credit.

Summary: Catherine Winder is a digital media producer and executive. She is producing a feature film based on the “Angry Birds” game, one of the world’s biggest entertainment franchises and the number one app of all time. Winder also runs her own media consulting business focused on business strategy, market integration of new technologies, project development and production. Her clients have included; Rovio Entertainment, Sprout, DisneyToons Studios, Illumination Entertainment, LucasFilm, Warner Bros. TV Animation, Laika Animation, Skybound Entertainment, and XD Productions. Previously, as President/Executive Producer of Rainmaker Entertainment, a public company, she oversaw all creative, and production operations of the studio. Her responsibilities included the development of a slate of feature films, the creation of a shorts program and the production and delivery of ten DVD’s for Mattel. Partnering with The Weinstein Company she produced the feature film, Escape from Planet Earth. For this movie she came in midway and restructured the project, hired and managed all of the key creative talent in order to ensure its’ completion and delivery. Taking the Star Wars franchise into CG animation, Winder acted as Executive Producer for Lucasfilm Animation for the division and George Lucas’ Producer on the first animated Star Wars movie and highly rated television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (season I & 2). Writing the company’s business plan and setting-up their wholly owned studios in Singapore and Marin, she built and led a global team of over 200 artists and technical staff to develop and produce this content. As Senior Vice President, Production for Fox Feature Animation, working for Chris Meledandri, Winder was integrally involved in the transformation of Fox's Blue Sky Studio from a visual effects and commercial production house into a CG feature film studio. During her tenure at Fox, she was responsible for overseeing the production of the Oscar® nominated film Ice Age as well as completing Titan A.E. and ramping up Robots for production. Prior to Fox Feature Animation, Winder co-founded an animation studio for HBO. As Vice President of HBO Animation, she produced the award winning series Todd McFarlane’s Spawn based on the original graphic novels as well as Ralph Bakshi’s anthology series Spicy City. Before her stint at HBO, Winder garnered her first producing credit at Colossal Pictures, where she set up a unit to produce Aeon Flux for MTV in San Francisco, Japan and Korea. Working at Hanna-Barbera/Turner Productions, Winder oversaw all domestic and international production of made-for-TV movies, television series and shorts for many international territories. Some of her credits during this tenure include the original animated pilots for Cartoon Network’s Dexter’s Lab, Johnny Bravo, and The Power Puff Girls. At Turner she worked on the film Once Upon a Forest, living in Taiwan for ten months to ensure the project’s completion. Her animation career began at Disney TV Animation Japan where she lived for three years while working on the Tale Spin and Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers series. Winder co-authored the second edition of her industry handbook “Producing Animation” for Focal Press released in September 2011. She also wrote and produced the award winning short film Luna in 2011 (Winner California Shorts Festival, Spokane/SpIFF, Silicon Valley Festival, Metropolitan Festival of NYC) featured within the book as an interactive website and case study in animated film production featured on Rainmaker.com. Winder is a native of Toronto, Canada and began her film career in Japan, which she later said helped her in adopting anime and manga elements into the unique Clone Wars animation style. She is the co-author with Zahra Dowlatabadi of Producing Animation. Winder is the former president of Canadian animation studio Rainmaker Entertainment.

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Jerry Winicki

TaleSpin Work:

Sound Editors:
Plunder & Lightning (with Marc Orfanos, Rick Hinson M.P.S.E. and Brian Baker)
Her Chance to Dream
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship
Balooest of the Bluebloods
Double or Nothing
Save The Tiger
The Old Man & The SeaDuck
Last Horizons
Jumping The Guns
Louie's Last Stand
Sheepskin Deep
Pizza Pie In The Sky
Baloo Thunder
Destiny Rides Again
Stuck On You
Road to Macadamia
Ransom of the Red Chimp
Paradise Lost
The Incredible Shrinking Molly
Bygones

Disney Work:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Sound Effects Editor)
Ducktales (Sound Editor)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Sound Editor)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Sound Editor)
Darkwing Duck (Sound Editor)
Goof Troop (Sound Editor)

Other Works:
Hager the Horrible (Sound Editor)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (Sound Effects)
The Jetsons (Sound Effects)
Adventures in Odyssey: In Harm's Way (Sound Editor)
The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest (Managing Sound Editor)

Animation Debut: Monchhichis (1983) - Sound Effects Editor.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Sound Effects Editor.
Most Recent Credit: Adventures In Odyssey: A Stranger Among Us (1998) - Sound Editor.
Total Resume Credits: 55 Sound Department Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Editor Credit, 1 Editorial Department Credit, 1 Music Department Credit.

Summary: Sometimes credited as Broughton Winicki in Rugrats when doing track reading.

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Scott Wolf

TaleSpin Work:

Assistant Producer:
Mommy for a Day
Vowel Play (with Traci Tolman)
Her Chance to Dream
A Spy in the Ointment (with Traci Tolman)
Balooest of the Bluebloods (with Stephannie Elliott)
Double or Nothing (with Stephannie Elliott)
The Old Man & The SeaDuck (with Traci Tolman)
War of the Weirds (with Traci Tolman)
Captains Outrageous (with Stephannie Elliott and Traci Tolman)
My Fair Baloo (with Stephannie Elliott and Traci Tolman)

Disney Work:
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Production Assistant)

Other Works:
Foofur (Production Assistant)
The Good, The Bad, & Huckleberry Hund (Production Assistant)
Yogi's Treasure Hunt (Production Assistant)

Animation Debut: Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985) - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1988) - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credit: TaleSpin (1990) - Assistant Producer/Ducktales - Production Assistant.
Total Resume Credits: 1 Producer Credits, 5 Misc Credits, 1 Director Credit.

Summary: Scott Wolf has been around Disney since 1988 where he started in Disney Television Animation.

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Luanne Wood

TaleSpin Work:

Production Assistant:
A Touch of Glass (with Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink (with Johanne Beaudoin)
The Idol Rich (with Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)
Plunder & Lightning (Act II/IV- with Michelle Pappalardo, Michelle Schlicht, and Johanne Beaudoin)
From Here to Machinery (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Polly Wants a Treasure (with Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)
All's Whale That Ends Whale (with Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)
The Golden Sprocket of Friendship (with Michelle Pappalardo and Johanne Beaudoin)
A Bad Reflection On You (Act I- with Donna Alcock, Peggy Becker, Jacaleen Cotter and Johanne Beaudoin)
A Star Is Torn (with Johanne Beaudoin)
Last Horizons (with Johanne Beaudoin and Stephannie Elliott)
Save The Tiger (with Donna Alcock and Johanne Beaudoin)
Jumping The Guns (with Donna Alcock, Stephannie Elliott, Michelle Pappalardo and Johanne Beaudoin)
Louie's Last Stand (with Donna Alcock, Stephannie Elliott and Johanne Beaudoin)
Road to Macadamia (with Johanne Beaudoin, Jacaleen Cotter, Michelle Robinson and Michelle Schlicht)

Disney Work:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Post Production Assistant)
Ducktales (Production Assistant)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Script Coordinator, Story)
Darkwing Duck (Production Assistant, Assistant Producer)

Other Works:
There are no credits at this time.

Animation Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Production Assistant/ Ducktales - Production Assistant.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Production Assistant/ Ducktales - Production Assistant.
Most Recent Credits: Darkwing Duck (1992) - Production Assistant, Assistant Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 7 Misc Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Writer Credit.

Summary: Sometimes known as Luanne Wood-Crocker.

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