I Am Weasel

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Revolutionary Weasel

Revolutionary Weasel

Revolutionary Weasel (1998) Season 2 Episode 34-5768- I Am Weasel Cartoon Episode Guide Revolutionary Weasel

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  • 1998
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • I Am Weasel Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: I. M. Weasel, I. R. Baboon, Royal Advisor, Zoo Keeper, Worker, Old Baboon, Old Weasel, Little Weasel, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, Mr. Ross, Pea Hen, Betsy Ross.
  • Vocal Talent: Michael Dorn (Weasel, Old Weasel, Little Weasel), Charlie Adler (Baboon, Old Baboon), Tom Kenny (Royal Advisor, Zoo Keeper, Worker), S. Marc Jordan (Thomas Jefferson, George Washington), Earl Boen (Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, Mr. Ross), Susan Tolsky (Pea Hen, Betsy Ross), David Feiss.
  • Directed By David Feiss.
  • Produced By Vincent Davis, Sherry Gunther, Larry Huber (Executive Producers).
  • Written By David Feiss, Michael Ryan.
    Story Editor: Bill Burnett.

Additional Crew:

  • Created By: David Feiss.
  • Casting: Donna Grillo.
  • Storyboards: Steve Fonti.
  • Animation Director: Rumen Petkov.

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Cartoon Summary:

Baboon proves that his ancestor contributed just as much to the success of the Revolutionary War as did Weasel's hoity-toity ancestor.

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