The Nefarious Computer VirusThe Nefarious Computer Virus (1999) Episode 02-B- Mona the Vampire Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Mona the Vampire Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Mona Parker, Charley "Zapman" Bone, George Jamell, Lily "Princess Giant" Duncan, Angela Smith, Dad, Mom, Miss Madeleine Gotto, Principal Shawbly, Officer Halcroft, Reverend Gregory, Mrs. Bryerson, Mayor Rosenbaum, Fang.
- Vocal Talent: Emma Isherwood (Mona), Justin Bradley (Zapman), Oliver Grainger (George), Carrie Finlay (Princess Giant), Tia Caroleo (Angela), Marcel Jeannin (Dad), Carole Jeghers (Mom), Jennifer Seguin (Madeleine Gotto), Rick Miller (Principal Shawbly), Gary Jewell (Officer Halcroft), Louis Negin (Reverend Gregory), Sonja Ball (Mrs. Bryerson), John Stocker (Mayor Rosenbaum), Al Gravelle, Jessica Kardos.
- Directed By Louis Piche.
Assistant Director: Andrew Gryn.
- Produced By Cassandra Schafhausen.
Executive Producers: Micheline Charest, Ian Lewis, Ronald A. Weinberg.
- Written By Daniel Baldassi, Jason Bogdaneris, Jacques Bouchard, Amy Jo Cooper, Lydia Eugene, Anthony Guandango, Thomas LaPierre, Ian Lewis, Joseph Mallozzi (as Joseph Malozzi), S.M. Molitor, Sarah Musgrave, Hugh Neilson, Anne-Marie Perrotta, Jesse Prupas, Ken Ross, Terry Saltsman, Tean Schultz, Kim Segal, Kristine Van Dusen, Greg Van Riel.
Story Editor: Greg Van Riel.
Original Book: Sonia Holleyman, Hiawyn Oram.
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Charley buys himself a hot new computer game, "Starclangers IV," and becomes so involved in the game that it takes over his life. He's inside day and night, he's always late for class, and he has suddenly adopted a permanent, glassy expression. As more and more... (more)