Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for Marvin Digs (1967)

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Marvin Digs

Marvin Digs

Marvin Digs (1967) - GoGo Toons Theatrical Cartoon Series Marvin Digs

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  • 1967
  • Paramount Cartoon Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • GoGo Toons Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Marvin, Marvin's Dad, Marvin's Mom, Vocal Group.
  • Vocal Talent: Dayton Allen (Marvin [uncredited], Marvin's Dad [uncredited]), Corinne Orr (Marvin's Mom [uncredited]), The Life Cycle (Vocal Group).
  • Directed By Ralph Bakshi.
  • Produced By Ralph Bakshi (Executive Producer).
  • Animated By Doug Crane, Al Eugster, Nick Tafuri.
    Assistant Animation: Dante Barbetta, Margaret Breese, Jack Ehret, Ruth Platt.
    Animation Layout: Cosmo Anzilotti.
  • Written By Eli Bauer.

Additional Crew:

  • Design: Ralph Bakshi, Cosmo Anzilotti, John Zago, James Simon.

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Teenage hippie Marvin begins acting lazy, so his dad sends him to paint the house. He gets an idea from the mayor's TV speech that you treat your house like a...  (more)

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