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Town And Out (2000) Season 2 Episode 30-B- The Powerpuff Girls Cartoon Episode Guide Town And Out

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Hanna-Barbera Studios Catherine Cavadini, Tara Charendoff, Elizabeth Daily, Tom Kenny, Tom Kane, Roger Jackson, Jennifer Martin John McIntyre, Craig McCracken, Randy Myers Genndy Tartakovsky , Paul Douglas Thomas Chase, Steve Rucker, James L. Venable
  • 2000
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • The Powerpuff Girls Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup, Professor Utonium, Mayor, Sara Bellum, Fuzzy Lumkins, Mojo Jojo, Roach Coach; Gangrene Gang: Ace, Big Billy, Snake, Grubber, Little Arturo; Rowdy Ruff Boys: Boomer, Brick, Butch.
  • Vocal Talent: Catherine Cavadini (Blossom), Tara Charendoff (Bubbles), Elizabeth Daily (Buttercup), Tom Kenny (Mayor, Narrator), Tom Kane (Professor Utonium), Roger Jackson (Mojo Jojo, Roach Coach), Jennifer Martin (Sara Bellum).
  • Directed By John McIntyre, Craig McCracken, Randy Myers.
  • Produced By Genndy Tartakovsky (Supervising Producer).
  • Written By Charlie Bean, Chris Reccardi.
  • Edited By Paul Douglas (Supervising Editor).

Additional Crew:



  • Created by: Craig McCracken.
  • Art Direction: Don Shank.
  • Supervising Producer: Genndy Tartakovsky.
  • Animation Direction: Robert Alvarez.
  • Models: Clay Morrow, Chris Battle.
  • Clean-Up: Barbara Krueger.
  • Layout Keys: Jim Worthy, Dan Krall.
  • Background Color: Lou Romano, Martin Ansolabehere, Sue Mondt.
  • Recording Director: Genndy Tartakovsky.
  • Casting Director: Collette Sunderman.
  • Supervising Recording Engineer: Ed Collins.
  • Recording Engineer: Jeff O. Collins.
  • Main Title Theme and Music Score: James L. Venable, Thomas Chase, Steve Rucker.
  • End Title Song: BIS (Published by Polygram Music).
  • Music Editing: Glenwood Editorial, Inc.
  • Color Stylists: Roger Webb, Karen Greslie.
  • Final Checker: Nelda Ridley.
  • Xerography: Star Wirth, Martin Crossley.
  • Animation Checking: Sandra Benenati.
  • Manager of Post Production: Tim Iverson.
  • Track Readers: Carol Iverson, Fred Salinas, Joe Trueba.
  • Supervising Film Editor: Paul Douglas.
  • Dialogue Editors: James Hearn, Kerry Iverson.
  • Negative Cutting: William DeBoer Jr.
  • Telecine/Online Facility: Matchframe Video.
  • Telecine Operator: Rick Taylor.
  • On-Line Operator: Craig Price.
  • Sound Editing: Twenty-First Century Entertainment, Inc.
  • Re-Recording Studio: Digital Sound Works.
  • Re-Recording Services: Hacienda Post.
  • Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, Eric Freeman.
  • Post Production Coordinator: Julianne Lins.
  • Production Assistants: Sharra Gage, Linda Moore.
  • Production Accountant: Joanne Halcon.
  • Production Administrators: Athena Christianakis, Maria Womack.
  • Production Supervision: Haven Alexander, Ken Duer, Joe Sandusky, Howard Schwartz, Linda Steiner, Scott Setterberg.
  • Production Management: Andy Lewis.
  • Production Managers: Charlie Desrochers, Vincent Aniceto.
  • Production Coordinators: Shareena Carlson, Dayla Corcoran.
  • Overseas Production Facility: Rough Draft Studios, Inc., Seoul, Korea.
  • Executives in Charge of Production for Cartoon Network: Mike Lazzo, Linda Simensky.


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The Professor wants to move the girls to another city, but learns from the girls that it is not a good city to be in.

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