Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for The Fourth King (1977)

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The Fourth King

The Fourth King

The Fourth King (1977) - RAI Television Cartoon Episode Guide

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RAI Television, Fourth King Productions, Inc. Ted Ross, Laurie Beechman, Arnold Stang, Bob McFadden, Ed Clein Romano Scarpa Bruno Caliandro, Alvin Cooperman, Renato M. Pachetti, Judith DePaul, Alan Baker , Ralph Affoumado, Alvin Cooperman, Elliot Lawrence, Edward Sauter
  • 1977
  • RAI Television, Fourth King Productions, Inc.
  • RAI Television Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Lion, Feathers, Turtle, Beaver, Rabbit, Romans.
  • Vocal Talent: Ted Ross (Lion), Laurie Beechman (Feathers), Arnold Stang (Turtle), Bob McFadden (Beaver), Ed Clein (Rabbit).
  • Directed By Romano Scarpa.
  • Produced By Bruno Caliandro, Alvin Cooperman.
    Executive Producer: Renato M. Pachetti.
    Associate Producers: Judith DePaul, Alan Baker.
  • Animated By Romano Scarpa.
  • Written By Alvin Cooperman, Seymour Reit.
    Story: Seymour Reit.

Additional Crew:

  • Art Director: Romano Scarpa.

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Cartoon Summary:

Accompanied by four animal friends, a lion follows the Star Of Bethlehem, and witnesses the Nativity.

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