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Miss Switch To The Rescue

Miss Switch To The Rescue (1982) Animated Cartoon Special Miss Switch To The Rescue

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Ruby-Spears Productions Janet Waldo, Hans Conried, Alan Dinehart, Walker Edmiston Charles A. Nichols Joe Ruby, Ken Spears , Chip Yaras Dean Elliot
  • 1982
  • Animated TV Special
  • Ruby-Spears Productions
  • TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Miss Switch, Guinivere, Mordo, Hector, Witch's Book, Old Salt, Mayor, Bathsheba, Saturna, Teacher, Barmaid, Ameila Matilda Daley, Smirch, Banana, Conrad, Rupert P. Brown.
  • Vocal Talent: Janet Waldo (Miss Switch, Guinivere), Hans Conried (Mordo), Alan Dinehart (Hector), Walker Edmiston (Witch's Book, Old Salt, Mayor), June Foray (Bathsheba, Saturna), Anne Lockhart (Teacher, Barmaid), Nancy McKeon (Ameila Matilda Daley), Hal Smith (Smirch), Philip Tanzini (Banana, Conrad), Eric Taslitz (Rupert P. Brown).
  • Directed By Charles A. Nichols.
  • Produced By Joe Ruby, Ken Spears (Executive Producers).
  • Animated By Frank Andrina, Ed Barge, Tom Barnes, Bob Bemiller, Oliver Callahan, Rudy Cataldi, Rick Leon, Hicks Lokey, Mircea Manta, Costi Mustatea, Bob Nesler, Margaret Nichols, Zeon Davush.
  • Written By Sheldon Stark.
    Based on the Books by: Barbara Brooks Wallace.
  • Edited By Chip Yaras.

Additional Crew:

  • Executive Producers: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.
  • Directed by: Charles A. Nichols.
  • Written by: Sheldon Stark.
  • Based on the Characters Created by: Barbara Brooks Wallace.
  • Director of Production Design: Ric Gonzalez.
  • Supervising Story Director: Gordon Kent.
  • Story Direction: Ron Campbell.
  • Models: Alan Huck.
  • Voice Direction: Alan Dinehart.
  • Layout Supervision: Larry Huber.
  • Layouts: Kathleen Carr, Kurt Conner, Hak Ficq, Fred Irvin, Lew Ott, Mario Piluso, Aaron St. John, Wallace Sides.
  • Background Layout Supervision: David High.
  • Background Layouts: John F. Guerin, Bruce Zick.
  • Animation Supervision: Jay Sarbry.
  • Animation: Frank Andrina, Ed Barge, Tom Barnes, Bob Bemiller, Oliver Callahan, Rudy Cataldi, Rick Leon, Hicks Lokey, Mircea Manta, Costi Mustatea, Bob Nesler, Margaret Nichols, Zeon Davush.
  • Assistant Animation: Ed DeMattia, Joan Drake, Hugh Fraser, Al Green, Terry Harrison, Fred Hellmich, Aundre Knutson, Barney Posner, Bill Pratt, Joanna Romersa, Don Ruch, Kunio Shimamura, Ken Southworth.
  • Assistant Animation Supervision: John Boersema.
  • Production Coordinator: Loretta High.
  • Xerography: Star Wirth.
  • Checking and Scene Planning: Paul Strickland.
  • Ink and Paint Supervision: Alison Victory.
  • Studio Manager: Jeff Cooke.
  • Background Styling: Eric Semones.
  • Backgrounds: Dennis Durrell, Katsuyoshi Hozumi, P. S. Lewis, Bob Schaefer, Gary Selvaggio, Peter Van Elk, Dennis Venizelos, Gloria Wood, Tom Woodington.
  • Color Key: Bunny Semones.
  • Title Design: Bob Schaefer.
  • Assistants to the Executive Producers: Erika Grossbart, Kayte Kuch.
  • Production Assistants: Joyce Benson, Bryna Melnick, Cathy Rose.
  • Music: Dean Elliott.
  • Musical Supervision: Paul DeKorte.
  • Supervising Film Editor: Chip Yaras.
  • Effects Editors: Jack Durney, Pete Grives, Karla McGregor, Kevin Spears.
  • Music Editor: Denise O'Hara.
  • Negative Cutting: Mary Nelson.
  • Post Production Supervision: Lenore Nelson.
  • Technical Supervision: Jerry Mills.
  • Camera: Steve Altman, Charles Flekal, Curtis Hall, Dan Larsen, Raymond Lee, Ralph Migliori, Joe Ponticelle, Cliff Shirpser, Roy Wade, Brandy Whittington, Jerry Whittington.
  • Laboratory: C.F.I.
  • Re-Recording: T.V.R., James L. Aicholtz, C.A.S.

  • 1982 American Broadcasting Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

    Produced by
    A Division of the Taft Entertainment Company

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Cartoon Summary:

Miss Switch returns to help Rupbert save Amelia and the rest of their class from Mordo and evil Warlock from the past.

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