The Talent Agency CaperThe Talent Agency Caper (1972) Season 1 Episode 113- The Barkleys Cartoon Episode Guide
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- The Barkleys Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Arnie Barkley, Agnes Barkley, Terri Barkley, Chester Barkley, Roger Barkley, Mr. Hartwell Beagle, Junior Beagle.
- Vocal Talent: Henry Corden (Arnie Barkley), Joan Gerber (Agnes Barkley), Julie McWhirter (Terri Barkley), Steve Lewis (Chester Barkley), Gene Andrusco (Roger Barkley).
- Produced By David H. DePatie, Isadore Freleng (as Friz Freleng).
Associate Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears.
- Animated By Don Williams, Ken Muse, Warren Batchelder, John Gibbs, Bob Matz, Reuben Timmins, Manny Gould, Norm McCabe, Jim Davis, Bob Richardson, Bob Bransford, Bob Bemiller.
Animation Director: David Detiege.
- Written By Larry Rhine, Woody Kling, Dennis Marks, David Evans.
- Edited By Joe Siracusa, Roger Donley, Allan R. Potter, Rick Steward.
Supervising Film Editor: Lee Gunther.
- Created for Television By: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng.
- In Association With: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears.
- Storyboard Directors: Gerry Chiniquy, Art Leonardi, Cullen Houghtaling, Paul Sommer.
- Layout Supervision and Design: Robert Taylor.
- Layout: Cullen Houghtaling, Owen Fitzgerald, Richard Ung, Frank M. Gonzales, Nino Carbe, Wes Herschensohn.
- Background Supervised By: Richard H. Thomas, Mary O'Loughlin.
- Title Design By: Art Leonardi.
- Music Recording Engineer: Eric A. Tomlinson.
- Executive In Charge Of Production: Stan Paperny.
- Production Supervision: Harry Love.
- Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton Jr.
- Production Mixer: Steve Orr.
- Sound: Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
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After seeing son Chester in the grade-school production, Arnie's compelled to become a pushy stage-father.