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The Miniscule Seven

Alternate Title: The Miniscule 7

The Miniscule Seven (The Miniscule 7) (1979) Episode 4-A (Episode Number)- 070-002- Plastic Man Cartoon Episode Guide The Miniscule Seven

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Ruby-Spears Productions Michael Bell.
Additional Voices: Marlene Aragon
, Keith Barbour, Daws Butler, Ruth Buzzi, Henry Corden, Danny Dark, Takayo Dugan; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast..
Rudy Larriva, Manuel Perez, Charles Nichols Jerry Eisenberg, Joe Ruby, Ken Spears Chip Yaras, Richard Allen Dean Elliott
  • 1979
  • Ruby-Spears Productions
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  • Cartoon Characters: Plastic Man, Penny, Hula-Hula, The Chief, Coach, Miniscule Seven Leader, Royal Rahjah, Sleezy, Thugsy.
  • Vocal Talent: Michael Bell (as Mike Bell) (Plastic Man), Melendy Britt (Penny/The Chief), Joe Baker (Hula Hula), John Stephenson (Coach, Royal Rahjah, Sleezy), Fred Travalena (Miniscule Seven Leader, Allan Melvin (Thugsy).
    Additional Voices: Marlene Aragon, Keith Barbour, Daws Butler, Ruth Buzzi, Henry Corden, Danny Dark, Takayo Dugan, Walker Edmonson, Sam Edwards, Ron Feinberg, Linda Gary, Chuck McCann, Julie McWhirter, Don Messick, Howard Morris, Gene Moss, Alan Oppenheimer, Stanley Ralph Ross, Michael Rye, Hal Smith, Joanie Gerber, Lewis Bailey, Ted Cassidy, Hettie Lynn Hurtes, Larry D. Mann.
  • Directed By Rudy Larriva, Manuel Perez (as Manny Perez), Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).
  • Produced By Jerry Eisenberg.
    Executive Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears.
  • Animated By James Davis, Daniel De La Vega, Lillian Evans, Gail Finkeldei, Frank Gonzales, Jeff Hall, John Howley, John Kimball, Norm McCabe, Frank Nakielski, Don Parmele, Bill Pratt, Virgil Raddatz, Bill Reed, Joe Roman, Joanna Romersa, John Shook, Mike Stribling, Martin Taras (as Marty Taras), Bonita Versh, Bill Hutten, Ken Kessel, Tony Love, Walt Kubiak (as Walter Kubiak), Don Orlando, Robert "Tiger" West.
    Animation Supervisor: Ed Solomon.
    Assistant Animation Supervisor: Bill Exter.
    Assistant Animation: Al Abrams, Jim Steele, Holly Forsyth, John C. Lange, Sandy Henkin, Lester Pourier, Leonard Johnson, Marion Green, Sammy Kal, Sue Wasem, Philo Barnhart, Karen Warren, Ginny Parmele, Gisele Van Berk, Anna Lois Ray, Jim Simon, Simon Praamsma, Fred Abranz, Ed Falgin, Jim Steel, Mary Robertson, Anneline Liu, Mike Kaweski.
  • Written By Jeffrey Scott.
  • Edited By Chip Yaras.
    Editorial Supervisor: Richard Allen (as Richard C. Allen).

Additional Crew:



  • Location Director: Stephen Clark.
  • Story Editors: Mark Jones, Elana Lesser, Cliff Ruby.
  • Story: Mark Jones, Cliff Ruby, Elana Lesser, Mark Evanier, Gary Greenfield, Michael Maurer, Jon Kubichan, Steve Gerber, Norman Maurer, Sid Morse, Buzz Dixon, Jeffrey Scott, Ted Pedersen, Christopher Vane (as Chris Vane), Gordon Kent, Shelly Stark, Roy Thomas, Larry Alexander, Larry Parr, Creighton Barnes.
  • Story Direction: Lew Marshall, Ron Campbell, Gary Goldstein, Chris Jenkyns, Michael O'Connor (as Mike O'Connor), Dick Sebast, Hal Mason, Don Christensen (as Don R. Christensen), Mario Piluso (as Mario Paluzo).
  • Consumer Consultants: Wicke Chambers, Spring Asher.
  • Voice Director: Alan Dinehart.
  • Production Design: Lew Ott.
  • Character Design: Jerry Eisenberg.
  • Model Supervisor: Jim Willoughby.
  • Models: Alan Huck, Alice Hamm, Edgar Solier, Ruben Procopio.
  • Layout Supervisor: Larry Huber.
  • Unit Supervision: Dave High, Lin Larsen.
  • Layout: Peter Alvarado, Dale Barnhart, Carole Beers (as Carol Beers), Jaime Diaz, Tim Elston, Hak Ficq, John Freeman, Bob Givens, John Guerin, Alex Ignatiev, Fred Irvin (as Fred Irwin), Tom Knowles, Bill Lignante, Jack Manning, Darrell McNeil, Jim Mueller, Judy Niver, Bart Seitz, Wallace Sides (as Wally Sides), Kathleen Vaslett (as Kathy Vaslett), Pat Wong, Bruce Zick.
  • Layout Supervisor: Warren Marshall.
  • Layout: Lyle Beddes (as Lyle W. Beddes), Greg Garcia, Richard Graham, Stuart Heimdal, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Brad Landreth, Harold M. LeFevre, Debra Pugh, Keith Sargent, Roy Smith, Thomas Tholen, Grant Wilson.
  • Background Supervisor: Eric Semones.
  • Backgrounds: Gary Conklin, Bill Lorencz, Phil Lewis (as P. S. Lewis), F. (Fernando) Montealegre (as Monte), Phil Phillipson, Craig Robertson, Bob Schaefer, Gary Selvaggio, Peter Van Elk, Gloria Wood, Thomas Woodington.
  • Color Key: Kit Harper, Bunny Munns.
  • Production Manager: John Ahern.
  • Production Supervisor: Natalie Shirpser.
  • Checking: Myrna Bushman, Rena Cappas, Lisa Lydon, Jerome B. Stocks, Stephen A. Carr.
  • Xerography and Paint Supervisor: Laura Craig.
  • Assistants to the Executive Producers: Jodi Berman, Janie Fields.
  • Assistant to the Producer: Erika Grossbart.
  • Production Assistants: Madlyn Goldberg, Loretta High, Kayte Kuch.
  • Studio Manager: Jeff Cooke.
  • Production Controller: Jerry Goldstein.
  • Unit Auditor: Henriette Pacile.
  • Animation Stock: Sandra Benenati.
  • Cel Service: Jim Stocks.
  • Titles: Bill Perez.
  • Lettering: Robert Schaefer.
  • Editorial Effects: Ted H. Chapman, Bruce Elliott, Kevin Spears (as Kevin D. Spears), David Stone (as Dave Stone), Ron Sawade.
  • Editorial Music: Virginia S. Ellsworth, Kathy Stude.
  • Post Production: Lenore Nelson.
  • Negative Cutting: Susan Gervay.
  • Camera: Animation Camera Service, Take One, Larry Hogan, Lin-Z Rogers (as Lindsay Roger), Laurie Crill.
  • Laboratory: C. F. I.
  • Recording: Heider Scoring Service.
  • Dubbing: T. V. Recorders.


  • © 1979 RUBY-SPEARS PRODUCTIONS, INC.
    A FILMWAYS COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

    PLASTIC MAN IS THE TRADEMARK OF AND IS AUTHORIZED BY D. C. COMICS, INC.
    © 1979. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


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Seven miniature gangsters disguised as a basketball team sneak into Bulgravia to kidnap the Raja.

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