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Dead, Or Alive

Dead, Or Alive (1998) Season 1 Episode 12- The Legend of Calamity Jane Cartoon Episode Guide Dead, Or Alive

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  • 1998
  • Canal+, France 3, Warner Bros. Television Animation
  • Warner Bros. Television Animation
  • The Legend of Calamity Jane Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Calamity Jane, Bill Doolin, Captain John O'Rourke, Joe Presto, Lonely Sue, Quannah Parker, Wild Bill Hickock.
  • Vocal Talent: Barbara Scaff (Calamity Jane), Mark Rolston (Bill Doolin), Tim Matheson (Captain John O'Rourke), Frank Welker (Joe Presto), Miriam Flynn (Lonely Sue), Michael Horse (Quannah Parker), Clancy Brown (Wild Bill Hickock).
  • Directed By Pascal Morelli.
  • Produced By Michel Pinard, Thierry Rivard.
  • Written By Françoise Boublil, Jean Helpert, Ken Pontac, Mark Zaslove.

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A short-lived Kids! WB show, only three episodes were ever shown in the US. The remainder were shown in Canada. This show is about the life and times of the old west icon,...  (more)

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