Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for The Roquefort Gang (1985)

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The Roquefort Gang (1985) Season 2 Episode 16- CBS Storybreak Cartoon Episode Guide The Roquefort Gang

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  • 1985
  • Southern Star Productions, Hanna-Barbera Australia, CBS Entertainment Production
  • Columbia Broadcasting System
  • CBS Storybreak Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Giovanni, Mouse Seller, Cat.
  • Vocal Talent: Lennie Weinrib (Giovanni, Mouse Seller), Frank Nelson (Cat), Maurice LaMarche, Mona Marshall, Howard Morris.
  • Directed By Gordon Kent, Chris Cuddington.
  • Produced By Steve Lumley.
    Supervising Producer: Buzz Potamkin.
    Executive Producer: Paul Bogrow.
  • Written By Sandy Clifford (Book).
  • Edited By Robert Ciaglia.
  • Graphic Designer: C. David Pina.
  • Title Designers: Tom Burton, Ken Leonard.

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Cartoon Summary:

Three street-smart mice are stymied by an evil cat as they try to rescue twin mice who disappeared in the perilous Windberry Lot.

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