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Marge Vs. The Monorail

Marge Vs. The Monorail (1993) Season 4 Episode 9F10- The Simpsons Cartoon Episode Guide Marge Vs. The Monorail

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Gracie Films Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria Rich Moore Al Jean, Mike Reiss, David Mirkin, James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Sam Simon, Colin A.B.V. Lewis, Jeffrey Goldstein, J. Michael Mendel; more Producers More Producers.. Marc McJimsey, Don Barrozo, Lee Harting, Kurtis Kunsak Alf Clausen, Danny Elfman
  • 1993
  • Gracie Films
  • 20th Century Fox Television.
  • The Simpsons Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Bart Simpson, Homer Simpson, Marge Simpson, Lisa Simpson, Maggie Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Klown, Mayor Quimby, Genghis Khan, Patty Bouvier, Selma Bouvier, Ralph Wiggum, Chief Wiggum, Apu, Carl, Snake, Sea Captain, Wiseguy (Raphael), Agent Malone, Montgomery Burns, Waylon Smithers, Ned Flanders, Kent Brockman, Reverend Lovejoy, Principal Skinner, Dr. Hibbert, Lenny, Otto, Judge Snyder, Sebastian Cobb, Lyle Lanely, Lurleen Lumpkin, Maude Flanders, Miss Hoover, Leonard Nimoy.
  • Vocal Talent: Dan Castellaneta (Homer Simpson, Grampa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Krusty the Klown, Mayor Quimby, Genghis Khan), Julie Kavner (Marge Simpson, Patty Bouvier, Selma Bouvier), Nancy Cartwright (Bart Simpson, Ralph Wiggum), Yeardley Smith (Lisa Simpson), Hank Azaria (Chief Wiggum, Apu, Carl, Snake, Sea Captain, Wiseguy [Raphael], Agent Malone), Harry Shearer (Montgomery Burns, Waylon Smithers, Ned Flanders, Kent Brockman, Reverend Lovejoy, Principal Skinner, Dr. Hibbert, Lenny, Otto, Judge Snyder, Sebastian Cobb), Phil Hartman (Lyle Lanely), Doris Grau (Lurleen Lumpkin), Maggie Roswell (Maude Flanders, Miss Hoover), Leonard Nimoy (Himself).
  • Directed By Rich Moore.
  • Produced By Al Jean, Mike Reiss.
    Executive Producers: David Mirkin, James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Sam Simon.
    Associate Producers: Colin A.B.V. Lewis, Jeffrey Goldstein, J. Michael Mendel, Joseph A. Boucher.
  • Written By Conan O'Brien.
  • Edited By Marc McJimsey, Don Barrozo.
    Assistant Film Editors: Lee Harting, Kurtis Kunsak.

Additional Crew:



  • Animation Executive Producer: Phil Roman.
  • Animation Producers: Bill Schultz, Mike Wolf.
  • Executive Consultant: Brad Bird.
  • Executive Story Editors: Jon Vitti, Jeff Martin.
  • Story Editors: Brent Forrester, Bob Kushell, Dan McGrath, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Dan McGrath.
  • Staff Writers: Bill Canterbury, David S. Cohen.
  • Casting: Bonita Pietila.
  • Animation Co-Producer For Gracie Films: Ken Tsumaka.
  • Post Production Coordinator: Alison Eliott.
  • Dialogue Sound Editors: Bobby Mackston, Marc McJimsey, Terry Greene.
  • Music Editor: Chris Lesdema.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Travis Powers.
  • Re-Recording Mixers: R. Russell Smith, Anthony D'Arico, Greg Orloff.
  • Production Mixer: Ronny Cox.
  • Production Coordinators: Jacqueline Sillo, Linda Levine.
  • Sound Recordists: Greg Cheever, Randi Piotroski.
  • Script Supervisor: Louise Jaffe.
  • Post Production Audio Facility: Skywalker Sound.
  • Post Production Facility: Laser-Pacific.
  • Assistant To Mr. Brooks: Maria Cavanaugh.
  • Assistants To Mr. Groening : Annette Andersen, Julie Steddom-Smith.
  • Assistants To Mr. Mirkin: Elisabeth Jacobs, Charleen Easton.
  • Assistants To Mr. Sakai: Jane M. Mackie, Felicia Navilanski.
  • Assistants To The Producers: Leslie Ritcher, Don Gilberti, Craig Feeney, Bonnie Vitti, Jean Wing, Jacqueline Atkins, Richard-Kevin Stith.
  • Post Production Assistant: C.J. Gibson.
  • Film Animation Produced By: Film Roman Inc.
  • Overseas Animation Directors: Mike Girard, N.J. Kim.
  • Overseas Productions By Anivision: J.C. Park.
  • Assistant Director: Dark Ervin.
  • Storyboard: Raymie Muzquiz, Kevin O'Brien, Steven Dean Moore, Jeffrey Lynch, John Rice, Celia Kendrick, Christian Roman, Chris Moeller, Pete Michels, Ted Mathot, Matin Archer, Brad Abelson, Wes Archer, Orlando Baeza, Barry Caldwell, Gary Graham, John Mathot, Michael O'Connor, David Silverman, Glen Wuthrich.
  • Storyboard Revisions: Jerry Richardson, Kelly Spencer James.
  • Character Design Supervisor: Dale Hendrickson.
  • Character Design: Dale Hendrickson, Scott Alberts, Lucas Grey, Matt Groening, John Rice, Sam Simon, John Holmquist, Joseph Wack, Mark Howard, Phil Ortiz, Dan Haskett, Kevin M. Newman.
  • Background Design Supervisor: Lance Wilder.
  • Background Design: John Krause, Maria Mariotti, Alex Dilts, Lance Wilder, Edgar Duncan, Phil Ortiz.
  • Character Layout Artists: Mike Anderson, Marcos Asprec, Marc Coangelo, Frederick J. Gardner III, Bob Logan, Eric S. Keyes, Andi Klein, Nancy Kruse, Jason Magness, Istvan Majoros, Ted Mathot, Noah Miller, Sarge Morton, Nollan Obena, Betty Tang, Andrews Tejeno, Anthony Wong.
  • Background Layout Artists: Sarah Frost, Edgar Duncan, Phil Hayes, Becca Ramos, Peter J. Deluca, Lyna P. Johnson, Debbie A. Silver, Arnold Doong, David S. Karoll.
  • Animation Timing: Neil Affleck, Pete Michels, Cindy Tang, Steve Socki, Dominic Polcino, Chris Loudon, Nicole Graham, Michael Polcino, Brian Sheesley, Gary McCarver, Emily Michels, David Bastien, Milton Gray.
  • Lip Sync: Kent Holaday.
  • Color Design Supervisor: Karen Bauer.
  • Color Design: Bob Angelini, Dominique Blaskovitch, Paul Fetler, Kim Taylor.
  • Ink & Paint Supervisor: Phyllis Craig.
  • Painters: Casey Clayton, Belle Norman.
  • Animation Checkers: Jackie Branks, Younghee Higa.
  • Animation Camera: Robert Ingram, Patrick Buchanan, Ted Bemiller.
  • Track Reader: Broughton-Winicki.
  • Negative Cutter: D And A Film Cutting, Tim Heyen.
  • Telecine: Unitel Video, Larry Field.
  • Production Assistants: Donna Lafferty, Nichole Graham, Anthony Garcia, Steve Ingram.
  • Executive In Charge Of Production For Gracie Films: Michael P. Schoenbrun.
  • Creative Consultant: Matt Groening.
  • Executive Creative Consultant: James L. Brooks.


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Cartoon Summary:


After getting $3 million from a fine due to Mr. Burns' illegal disposal of nuclear waste, the town decides to spend money on a needless monorail... built from shoddy materials.

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This is a great episode in the classic Simpsons sense of spoofing anything worth spoofing. In this case, they spoof "The Music Man" where a travelling con man sells something the town could really do without but convinces them they need it, and so...  (read more)

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