Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for Trojan Crowbar (1987)

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Trojan Crowbar (1987) Season 1 Episode 102- Starcom The US Space Force Cartoon Episode Guide Trojan Crowbar

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  • 1987
  • DiC Enterprises, Kenner Parker Toys, Inc., Coleco Industries
  • Access Syndication
  • Starcom The US Space Force Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Col. John "Slim" Griffin, Col. James "Dash" Derringer, Col. Paul "Crowbar" Corbin, General Torvek, Lt. Kelsey Carver, Adm. Franklin Brinkley, Emperor Dark, Gen. Von Dar, Maj. Klag, Professor Malvanna Wilde, Maj. Romak.
  • Vocal Talent: Philip Akin (Col. John "Slim" Griffin), Rob Cowan (Col. James "Dash" Derringer), Robert Cait (Col. Paul "Crowbar" Corbin, General Torvek), Susan Roman (Lt. Kelsey Carver), Don Francks (Adm. Franklin Brinkley), Neil Munro (Emperor Dark), Marvin Goldhar (Gen. Von Dar), Dan Hennessey (Maj. Klag), Elva Mai Hoover (Professor Malvanna Wilde), Louis Di Bianco (Maj. Romak), Yank Azman, Hardee T. Lineham, Marla Lukofsky, Linda Sorenson, John Stocker, Doug Stratton, Greg Swanson, Christopher Ward.
  • Directed By Marek Buchwald.
  • Produced By Richard Raynis.
    Producer (K.K. DIC): Tetsuo Katayama.
    Associate Producer: Ken Duer.
    Executive Producers: Andy Heyward, Quinn Martin.
  • Animated By Kazumi Fukushima (Animation Director).
    Animators (Pre-Production): Greg Bailey, Hervé Bédard, Danica Bennett, Roxanne Ducharme, Michael Kaweski, Yutaka Oka.
  • Written By Brynne Stephens, Steve Perry.
  • Edited By Gregory K. Bowron, Heather Elliott, Theresa Gilroy-Nielsen, Terry L. Noss, Randy Paton, Michelle Rochester, Karen Rosenbloom, Rob Rule, Susan L. Vovsi, Donald P. Zappala (Assistant Editors).
    Editors (Videotape): Tony Lark, V. Kim Latimer.
    Assistant Editor (Videotape): Kimberly Cronin.
    Overseas Editors: Andy Attfield, Kelly Hall, Teresa Hannigan, John Harris, John Kelly, Richard Kelly, Steve Munro, Sheila Murray, Tim Roberts, William Ross, Jane Tattersall.
    Post-Production Coordinators: Firooz Adelamini, Diane E. Crowley.
  • Casting: Madeleine Bascom, Marsha Goodman.
  • Character Designers: Gabi Payne, Lou Police.
  • Background Designers: Doug Ball, Richie Chavez, Dan Quarnstrom, Bruce Zick.
  • Character Color Stylists: Robin Draper, David S. Karoll, Marcelo Vignali.
  • Background Color Stylists: John Calmette, James Gallego, Kathy Heinemann.
  • Production Managers (K.K. DIC): Shigeru Akagawa, Hiroshi Toita.
  • Production Supervisor: Winnie Chaffee.
  • Assistant Production Supervisor: Bonnie Vitti.
  • Executives in Charge of Post-Production: Mark Galvin, Thierry P. Laurin.
  • Storyboard Director: Kevin Altieri.
  • Assistant Storyboard Director: Dan Riba.
  • Prop Designers: Shinji Aramaki, Steve Swaja, Paul Wee.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Richard Bruce Elliott.
  • Dialogue Editor: Richard S. Gannon.
  • Sound Effects: Bill Boydstun.
  • Recording Assistants: Rick Dempsey, Maureen Feinberg, Daniela Spiwak.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Don Gooch.
  • Track Supervisor: Rob Rule.
  • Production Coordinator: Chris Takami.
  • Production Coordinators (K.K. DIC): Hirofumi Otsuki, Yasuyuki Takei.
  • Production Assistants: Hatsue Abe, William A. Ruiz, Minoru Terao, Kazuko Yamamoto.
  • Story Editor: Brynne Stephens.
  • Assistant Story Editor: Lydia Marano.
  • Script Coordinator: Lori Crawford.
  • Format Editor: Lars Floden.
  • Videotape Supervisor: Phil R. Defibaugh.
  • Talent Coordinator: Jennifer Goldie.
  • Voice Recording Director: Dan Hennessey.
  • Creative Supervisor: Robby London.
  • Post-Production: Animation City Editorial Services.
  • By Agreement With and Developed In Cooperation With: The Young Astronaut Council.

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Cartoon Summary:

Slim, Dash and Crowbar experience a few diversions while trying to deliver a new security computer modem to researchers on Ganymede Colony. Malvanna plants a cyberbug in Crowbar which enables her to see and...  (more)

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