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Swifter, Higher, Faster

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Hearst Entertainment, Inc., Minos S.A., France 6 Scott Valentine, Margot Kidder, J.D. Hall, Ron Perlman, Jeff Bennett Vincent Bassol, Michel Lyman, Mike Kaweski, Bertrand Tager Kagan Mary Chojnowski Corbett, William E. Miller, David Corbett, Jeffrey Schon, Mary Katherine Moore, Gwen Wetzler, Michel Lyman; more Producers More Producers.. , Gerald O'Brien, by Larry Brown, Steve Sexton.
Songs by David J. Corbett
  • 1995
  • Hearst Entertainment, Inc., Minos S.A., France 6
  • Phantom 2040 Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Kit Walker, Jr./24th Phantom, Rebecca Madison, Guran, Graft, Maxwell Madison, Jr., Maxwell Madison, Sr.
  • Vocal Talent: Scott Valentine (Kit Walker, Jr./24th Phantom), Margot Kidder (Rebecca), J.D. Hall (Guran), Ron Perlman (Graft), Jeff Bennett (Maxwell Madison, Jr., Maxwell Madison, Sr.).
  • Directed By Vincent Bassol, Michel Lyman, Mike Kaweski, Bertrand Tager Kagan.
  • Produced By Mary Chojnowski Corbett.
    Executive Producers: William E. Miller, David Corbett, Jeffrey Schon.
    Associate Producer: Mary Katherine Moore.
    Line Producers: Gwen Wetzler, Michel Lyman.
  • Written By J. Larry Carroll, David Carren (as David Bennett Carren).

Additional Crew:



  • Based on the Character Created by Lee Falk.
  • Executive Story Editors: Judith Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
  • Additional Development by Judith Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
  • Art Director/Conceptual Designer: Thom Schillinger.
  • Original Model Design: Peter Chung.
  • Additional Model Design: Paula La Fond, Stephanie Pyren-Fortel, Eric Canete.
  • Storyboards: Romeo Francisco, Aleta Estes, David Williams, Rex Irvine, Vincenzo Tripetti.
  • Storyboard Cleanup: Cesar Magsombol, Art Lee, John Lee, Peter Pace, Vincent Michael Edwards.
  • Color Key: Allyn Conley, Jane Lane.
  • Color Key Assistant: Darcee Frisch Olson.
  • Computer Graphics: Thomas Kim.
  • Background Layout: Jesse Santos, Nick Pugh, Melissa Suber, Vladimir Spasojevic.
  • Background Color: Barbara Schade, Rebecca Jo Morales.
  • Voice Direction: Stu Rosen.
  • Production Manager: Andrew J. Leith.
  • Production Controllers: Loretta Abata Elliot.
  • Assistant to the Executive Producer: Miken Lee Wong.
  • Educational Consultant: John Arnold.
  • Production Executive: Steve Herman.
  • Production Coordinators: Shareena Carlson, Lisa Larrick, Jamie Adner.
  • Production Assistants: Katharine Nartonis, Courtney Narz, Bryan Thompson, Stefan Marks.
  • Pre-Edit/Track Reader: Laurie Wetzler.
  • Post Production Audio France: H2 Prod., Montage Sapa PM.
  • Dialogue Recording and Editing: The L.A. Studios, Inc.
  • Production Supervisor France: Scott La Barge.
  • Production Supervisor Korea: Mike Kaweski.
  • Post Production Supervisor/Editor, France: Scott La Barge.
  • Post Production Supervisor/Editor, Los Angeles: D.J. Graham.
  • French Production Adapter: Helene Joubaud.
  • Supervising Producers: Rene Huchez, Barham Rohani.
  • Production Manager: Caroline Guicheux.
  • Production Supervisors: Jean Marc Desrosiers, Michel Gantier.
  • Animation Production: Sei Young Animation Co., Ltd.
  • Executives in Charge: Choi An Hee, Cho Jung Jin.
  • Produced by Hearst Entertainment Inc., Minos S.A., France 3


  • Created for Television by Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
    Phantom 2040 and its characters are trademarks of The Hearst Corporation

    © 1994 Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
    and
    King Features Syndicate, Inc.

    All Rights Reserved

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A Maximum, Inc. nanotechnology experiment transforms a Metropia University student into a star athlete whose superpowers threaten the Phantom's life. Kit and...  (more)

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