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Ruby-Spears Productions Soupy Sales, Peter Cullen, Judy Strangis Charles Nichols, John Kimball Joe Ruby, Ken Spears, Larry Huber P. J. Webb, Larry Whelan Dean Elliott, Paul DeKorte
  • 1983
  • Ruby-Spears Productions
  • Donkey Kong Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Donkey Kong, Mario, Pauline.
  • Vocal Talent: Soupy Sales (Donkey Kong), Peter Cullen (Mario), Judy Strangis (Pauline).
  • Directed By Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols), John Kimball.
  • Produced By Joe Ruby, Ken Spears (Executive Producers).
    Associate Producer: Larry Huber.
  • Edited By P. J. Webb, Larry Whelan.

Additional Crew:

  • Story Editors: Jack Enyart, Gary Greenfield, Gordon Kent, Michael Maurer.
  • Story Consultant: Norman Maurer.
  • Story Direction Supervisor: Cullen B. Houghtailing.
  • Assistant Supervisors: Kathy V. Carr, Barry Campbell.
  • Story Direction: Barry Caldwell, Karl Fischer, Cullen B. Houghtailing, Gary Goldstein, Budd Lewis, Tom Minton, Sharon Rolnick, Frank Ridgeway, Glenn Schmitz, Byron Vaughns, Roy Wilson.
  • Recording Director: Alan Dinehart.
  • Director Of Production Design: Ric Gonzalez.
  • Models Supervisor: Alan B. Huck.
  • Models: Ken Boyer, Patrick A. Ventura.
  • Layout Supervisors: Larry Huber, Cosmo Anzilotti.
  • Unit Supervisors: Walt Kubiak, Bob Givens.
  • Layout Artists: P.J. Alvarado, Jr, Wayne Becker, Larry Eckleberry, Hak Ficq, Fred Irvin, Chrystal Russell, Jack Manning, Mike Oliva, Wallace Sides, Bruce Zick.
  • Background Supervision: Eric Semones.
  • Background Painted By: Dennis Durell, Paro Hozumi, Eric Semones.
  • Background Layout Supervision: David High.
  • Background Layout Artists: Lisa Souza, Bruce Zick.
  • Color Key: Bunny Munns.
  • Animation Supervisors: Geoff Collins, Mike Longden, John Conning.
  • Animation Checking Supervision: Marlene Robinson May, Debbie Smith.
  • Titles: Bill Perez.
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke.
  • Production Coordinator: Loretta High.
  • Expediting Assistants: Allyn Conley, Mark Crookston, Paul Gorniak, Tim Terusa.
  • Studio Manager: Jeffrey M. Cooke.
  • Assistants To The Executive Producers: Erika Grossbart, Stacy A. McLaughlin.
  • Production Assistants: Deanna Ruby Crookston, Donna Davis, Megan McLaughlin, Bryna Melnick, Kathleen Capps-Richman, Debby Ruby, Sheryl Scarborough, Betty Sullivan.
  • Musical Director: Dean Elliott.
  • Music Supervision: Paul DeKorte.
  • Music Editors: Denise O'Hara, Catharine Rose.
  • Effects Editors: Tom Syslo, Mark Orfanos, Karla McGregor.
  • Executive In Charge Of Post-Production: Chip Yaras.
  • Show Editors: P.J. Webb, Larry Whelan.
  • Negative Consultant: Mary Nelson.
  • Laboratory: C.F.I.
  • Re-Recording: Warner-Hollywood Studios.

  • Donkey Kong" And "Donkey Kong Junior" Are Based Upon The Video Games "Donkey Kong" And "Donkey Kong Junior" Made By Nintendo.

    © 1983 Ruby-Spears Enterprises Inc.
    All Rights Reserved

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Based on the video game, this show was a segment on the Saturday Supercade. This lovable ape ran away from the circus, only to be pursued by Mario and his...  (more)

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