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The Secret Of The Sword

The Secret Of The Sword

Alternate Title: He-Man And She-Ra: The Secret Of The Sword

The Secret Of The Sword (He-Man And She-Ra: The Secret Of The Sword) (1985) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Secret Of The Sword

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Filmation Associates, Mattel, Inc. John Erwin, Melendy Britt, Alan Oppenheimer Ed Friedman, Lou Kachivas, Marsh Lamore, Bill Reed, Gwen Wetzler Arthur N. Nadel, Lou Scheimer , Joe Gall, Joe Gehr, Robert Crawford, George Mahana Shuki Levy, Haim Saban, Erika Lane, Andrew Dimitroff, Sam Horta, Mary Ruth Smith, Nick Carr, Erika Scheimer, Noam Kaniel; more Writers More Writers..
  • 1985
  • Filmation Associates, Mattel, Inc.
  • Atlantic Releasing Corporation
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Prince Adam, He-Man, Princess Adora, She-Ra, Broom, Madame Razz, Skeletor, Man-At-Arms (Duncan), Beast-Man, Teela, Queen Marlena, Sorceress, Shadow Weaver, Glimmer, Bow, Hordak, Queen Angella, Kowl, Mantenna.
  • Vocal Talent: John Erwin (Prince Adam, He-Man, Broom), Melendy Britt (Princess Adora, She-Ra, Madame Razz), Alan Oppenheimer (Skeletor, Man-At-Arms [Duncan], Beast-Man), Linda Gary (Teela, Queen Marlena, Sorceress, Shadow Weaver, Glimmer), George DiCenzo (Bow, Hordak), Erika Scheimer (Queen Angella), Erik Gunden [Lou Scheimer] (Kowl, Mantenna).
  • Directed By Ed Friedman, Lou Kachivas, Marsh Lamore, Bill Reed, Gwen Wetzler.
  • Produced By Arthur N. Nadel.
    Executive Producer: Lou Scheimer.
  • Animated By Barry Anderson, Tom Baron, Carl A. Bell, Yi-Chin Chen, Won Ki Cho, Moon Hwan Choi, Tom Cook, Doug Crane, James A. Davis, Zeon Davush, Jeff Etter, Lil Evans, Marcia Fertig, Michael R. Gerard, Frank Gonzales, Carl Philip Hall, Lee Halpern, Karen Haus, Brett Hisey, Richard Hoffman, Hector Isola, Kyong Ui Kim, Yang Kim, Mircea Manta, Burt Medall, Constantin Mustatea, Dennis Neil, Jane Nordin, Bill Nunes, Mike O'Connor, Eduardo Olivares, Dave Prince, Bill Pratt, Virgil Raddatz, Joe Roman Jr., Chrystal Russell, Louise Sandoval, Don Schloat, Kunio Shimumura, Karlis Smiltens, Ka Moon Song, Mike Toth, Dardo Velez, Neal Warner, Ellen Woodbury.
  • Written By Lawrence G. DiTillio, Bob Forward.
  • Edited By Joe Gall, Joe Gehr, Robert Crawford.
    Editor Supervisor: George Mahana.

Additional Crew:

  • Photography Supervisor: F.T. Ziegler.
  • Animation Checking Supervisors: Joyce Gard, Beverly Randles.
  • Animation Supervisor Assistant: Doris Plough.
  • Graphic Designer: Connie Schurr.
  • Layout Department Supervisor: Gary L. Hoffman.
  • Layout Artists: Craig Armstrong, Rex Barron, Armando Carrillo, Curtis Cim, Tom Coppola, Kevin Frank, Rene Garcia Jr., Sergio Garcia, James Gomez, Ed Haney, Tenny Henson, David Hilberman, David Hoover, Mary Jorgensen, Karenia Kaminski, Warren Marshall, James McLean, Dan Mills, Marcus Nickerson, Greg Nocon, Phil Ortiz, John Perry, William Recinos, Bart Seitz, Desmond Serratore, Michael Spooner, Maureen Trueblood, Robert Tyler, Curt Walsted, Patricia Wong.
  • Background Designers: Tim Callahan, Daniel St. Pierre, Armando Norte, Thomas Shannon.
  • Background Artists: Don Schweikert, Don Watson, Rolando Oliva, Craig D. Robertson, Flamarion Ferriera, Tom O'Loughlin, Tim Maloney, Don A. Peters, Gary Conklin, James Hickey.
  • Special Effects Head: Shurl Lupin.
  • Photography: Dean Teves, Dan C. Larsen, Robert Jacobs, Roncie Hanke, David J. Link, Lin-z Rogers, Jerry Wittington, Ronald Jackson.
  • Camera Operators: F.T. Ziegler, Dean Teves, Don Dinehart, David J. Link, Dan C. Larsen, Lin-z Rogers, Ronald Jackson, Robert Jacobs.
  • Color Direction: Ervin L. Kaplan.
  • Production Coordinator: Coral A. Tracy.
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Joe Simon.
  • Storyboard Supervisor: Bob Arkwright.
  • Storyboard Artists: Don Manuel, Rich Chidlaw, William A. Barry, Vicky Jenson, Gary Goldstein, Thomas Sito.
  • Assistant Recording Director: Erika Scheimer.
  • Sound Editors: Bill Kean, Charlie Rychwalski, Don Kenny, Jeffrey Patch, Susan Trieste.
  • Sound Recording Coordinator: Patricia Ryan.
  • Technical Advisor (Creative): R.W. Pope.
  • Consultant (Educational/Psychological): Donald F. Roberts.
  • Production Associate: Pamela Vincent.
  • Production Controller: Robert W. Wilson.
  • Character Design: Fred Carrillo, Alice Hamm, Lewis Ott, Charles Zembillas, Gerald Forton, Dale Hendrickson, Harry Sabin, Rick Maki.
  • Stock Coordinator: Mike Hazy.
  • Film Coordinators: June Gilham, Christie Meyer.
  • Sound Recording: Glen Glenn Sound Company.

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Prince Adam and Cringer travel to Etheria in search of the one who is meant for a special destiny- one who will gain the power to become She-ra, and who will fight...  (more)

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I remember watching this film when I was younger and thought I must get a copy of this on video which I have just bought of Ebay.A classic cartoon!

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Although this cartoon movie is a typical '80s production it can be considered as one of the best of that decade! It has a great story, a lot of different characters, a pretty nice soundtrack and is the best pilot movie Filmation could make for the...  (read more)

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i watched this movie as a kid and i loved it one of the true to classic cartoons. some words to sum it up: timeless classic, a masterpiece, brilliant. but this just what...  (read more)

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