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The 100-Year-Old Mystery (1983) Episode 5118-8305- Mr. T Cartoon Episode Guide The 100-Year-Old Mystery

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Ruby-Spears Productions Mr. T, Amy Linker, Siu Ming, Cathy Cavadini, Teddy S. Field III, Phillip LaMarr, Shawn Lieber, Takayo Fisher, Amy Linker, Lauren Anders; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Rudy Larriva, Gary Shimokawa Joe Ruby, Ken Spears, Larry Huber , Shuki Levy, Haim Saban, Paul DeKorte
  • 1983
  • Ruby-Spears Productions
  • Mr. T Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Mr. T, Kim, Woody, Skye, Vinnie, Courtney, Garcia, Robin, Jeff, Spike, Miss Bisby.
  • Vocal Talent: Mr. T (Himself), Amy Linker (Robin), Siu Ming [Siu Ming Carson] (Kim), Cathy Cavadini [Catherine Cavadini] (Skye), Teddy S. Field III (Spike), Phillip LaMarr [Phil LaMarr] (Woody), Shawn Lieber (Jeff), Takayo Fisher (Miss Bisby), Amy Linker, Lauren Anders, Michael Bell, Mario Careaga, Henry Corden, Alan Dinehart, Dale Ishimoto, Keye Luke, Julio Medina, Tonyo Melendez, Shep Menken [Shepard Menken], Tim Rooney, Fran Ryan, Jean Vander Pyl, Janet Waldo, Cameron Young, John Stephenson.
  • Directed By Rudy Larriva.
    Director, Live-Action Sequences: Gary Shimokawa.
  • Produced By Joe Ruby, Ken Spears (Executive Producers).
    Associate Producer: Larry Huber.
  • Written By Flint Dille, Mark Jones.

Additional Crew:



  • Story Editors: Cliff Ruby, Elana Lesser, Marty Pasko.
  • Story Direction Supervisor: John Dorman.
  • Story Direction: Brian Chin, Kurt Conner, Thom Enriquez, Rick Hoberg, Moe Gollub, Mike Swanigan, Tom Minton, Larry Houston, Jim Woodring, Doug Wildey, Don Manuel, Dan Riba.
  • Director of Production Design: Ric Gonzalez.
  • Models Supervision: Alan B. Huck.
  • Models: Ken Boyer, Patrick A. Ventura.
  • Character Design: Jack Kirby, Kurt Conner, Thom Enriquez, Moe Gollub, Doug Wildey.
  • Layout Supervision: Larry Huber, Cosmo Anzilotti.
  • Layout Artists: P.J. Alvarado, Jr., Larry Eikleberry, Hak Ficq, Owen Fitzgerald, Fred Irvin, Chrystal Russel, Mike Oliva, Tony Sgroi, Wallace Sides.
  • Unit Supervisor: Boyd Kirkland, XAM! Productions, Inc.
  • Background Supervision: Eric Semones.
  • Background Artists: Eric Semones, Paro Hozumi, Dennis Durrell.
  • Background Layout Supervision: David High.
  • Background Layout Artists: Lisa Souza, Bruce Zick.
  • Color Key: Bunny Munns.
  • Animation Supervision: Colin Baker.
  • Animation Checking Supervisor: Marlene Robinson May.
  • Titles: Bill Perez.
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke.
  • Production Coordinator: Loretta High.
  • Expediting Assistants: Allyn Conley, Paul Gorniak, Monica Mayall, Tim Terusa.
  • Studio Manager: Jeffrey M. Cooke.
  • Assistants to the Executive Producers: Erika Grossbart, Stacy A. McLaughlin.
  • Production Assistants: Kathleen Capps-Richman, Deanna Ruby Crookston, Donna Daves, Debby Ruby, Bryna Melnick, Sheryl Scarborough, Megeen V. McLaughlin, Betty Sullivan.
  • Executive in Charge of Post Production: Chip Yaras.
  • Music Conductor: Steve Rucker.
  • Music Editor: Rick Gleitsman.
  • Effects Editor: Peter Grives.
  • Negative Consultant: Mary Nelson.
  • Laboratory: C.F.I.
  • Re-Recording: Warner-Hollywood Studios.


  • © 1983 Ruby-Spears Enterprises, Inc.
    All Rights Reserved.


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The team learns that the Ghost Riders, a car club, are after buried treasure.

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