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Filmation Associates, Bill Cosby Productions Bill Cosby, Jan Crawford, Gerald Edwards, Eric Suter, Lou Scheimer Don Christensen Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott ,
  • 1972
  • Filmation Associates, Bill Cosby Productions
  • Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Fat Albert, Rudy, Mushmouth, Dumb Donald, Bill, Mudfoot, Russell, Bucky, Weird Harold.
  • Vocal Talent: Bill Cosby (Fat Albert, Mushmouth, Mudfoot), Jan Crawford (Russell, Bucky), Gerald Edwards (Weird Harold), Eric Suter (Rudy), Lou Scheimer (Dumb Donald).
  • Directed By Don Christensen (Creative Director).
  • Produced By Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott.
  • Written By Bill Danch, Jim Ryan.

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"Moby Dick" is staged by the "Fat Albert Repertory Company" for the Harbor Lights Mission Drama Club. But performing a classic play isn't as easy as it looks for...  (more)

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