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Alternate Title: Roman City

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  • 1994
  • Unicorn Projects
  • Public Broadcasting Service
  • Cartoon Characters: David Macaulay/Host, Marcus Fabricius, Augustus Caesar, Gaius Valerius, Laurens, Acco Bouvaix, Aiden, Licinus, Turia, Druid Priestess, Servant, Citizen, Soldier.
  • Vocal Talent: David Macaulay (Himself/Host), Derek Jacobi (Marcus Fabricius), Ian McKellen (Augustus Caesar), Brian Blessed (Gaius Valerius), John Sessions (Laurens, Acco Bouvaix), Sophie Thompson (Aiden), Geoffrey Matthews (Licinus), Sandra Clark (Turia, Druid Priestess), Jaramy Stockwell (Servant, Citizen, Soldier).
  • Directed By Larry Klein.
  • Produced By Larry Klein.
    Co-Producer: Mark Olshaker.
    Associate Producers: Michael Lander, Loraine Roberts.
    Animation Producer: Bob Kurtz.
    Executive Producer: Ray Hubbard.
    Line Producer (U.S. Animation): Kate Roach.
    Executive Producer (U.S. Animation): David Lipman.
  • Animated By Becky Bristow, David Byers Brown, Roger Chiasson, Pam mCooke, Kevin Johnson, Cathy Jones, Matthew Michel, Linda Miller, Gary Mooney, Cynthia Wells, Shane Zalvin .
  • Written By Mark Olshaker.
    Additional Dialogue: Bob Kurtz.
    Book "City": David Macaulay.
  • Character Designers: Pam Cooke-Weiner, Bob Dranko, Cathy Jones, Bob Kurtz.
  • Character Color Designer: Gyorgyi Kovacs-Peluce.
  • Layout Artists: Dan Fausett, Clint Taylor.
  • Background Artist: Hector Martinez.
  • Ink and Paint Artist: John Lafauce.
  • Checking (U.S. Animation): Charles Ansellem, Gordon Swan.
  • Designer (Druid Dream Sequence): Corny Cole III.
  • Storyboard Artists: Randy Cook, Larry Leker.
  • Animators: Becky Bristow, David Byers Brown, Roger Chiasson, Pam Cooke, Kevin Johnson, Cathy Jones, Matthew Michel, Linda Miller, Gary Mooney, Cynthia Wells, Shane Zalvin.
  • Animator ("Druid Dream Sequence"): Corny Cole III.
  • Assistant Animators: Steven Belfer, Kimie Calvert, Hye Curley, Eileen Dunn, Ruth Elliott, Tim Harringer, Wantana Martinelli, SoonJin Mooney, Melanie Thomas.
  • Animation Director: Bob Kurtz.
  • Animation Supervisor: Cathy Jones.
  • Assistant Animation Supervisor: Frank Suarez.
  • Animation Production Supervisor: Sandy Kumashiro.
  • Special Effects: David Bossert.
  • Technical Directors (U.S. Animation): Douglas Little, Christine Steffen.
  • Assistant Technical Director (U.S. Animation): Janet Piggot.
  • Production Coordinator (U.S. Animation): Andrea Romero.
  • Director (Diagram Sequences): Sim Sadler.
  • Electronic Ink and Paint: U.S. Animation.
  • Digital Compositing: U.S. Animation.
  • Camera: Visual Arts.

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Taking a page from his acclaimed book, author and architecture buff David Macaulay explores the inner workings of the fictional city of Verbonia, a planned Roman civilization with strikingly modern conveniences, through the magic of computer animation. Later in...  (more)

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