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Deborah Samson: Soldier of The Revolution

Deborah Samson: Soldier of The Revolution (2003) Season 1 Episode 134- Liberty's Kids Cartoon Episode Guide Deborah Samson: Soldier of The Revolution

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  • 2003
  • DiC Entertainment
  • Liberty's Kids Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Deborah Samson/Robert Shurtleff.
  • Vocal Talent: Whoopi Goldberg (Deborah Samson/Robert Shurtleff).
  • Directed By Judy Reilly.
  • Produced By Kaaren Brown, Kevin O'Donnell.
    Executive Producers: Andy Heyward, Michael Maliani, Robby London, Stacey Gallishaw.
    Co-Producer: Kevin O'Donnell.
    Coordinating Producer: Renee Toporzyski.
    Associate Producer: Holly Brooks.
  • Written By Doug McIntyre.
  • Created By: Andy Heyward, Kevin O'Donnell.
  • Based On A Concept By: Kevin O'Donnell.
  • Developed By: Andy Heyward, Michael Maliani, Kevin O'Donnell.
  • Story Editor: Jay Abramowitz.
  • Executive In Charge Of Production: Stacey Gallishaw.
  • Production Supervisors: Shannon Netlleton, Emily Wensel.
  • Production Coordinators: Dick Gronert, Neal Morgan, Kay Shoafe-Deceman.
  • Researcher: Mary Holm.
  • Director: Marsha Goodman Einstein.
  • Voice Director: Pam Carter.
  • Talent Supervisor: Deborah Matlovsky.
  • Talent Coordinator: Karen Abbott.
  • Recording Engineers: Tom Ware, Chris McLaren, Don Hoffman.
  • Educational Consultant: Dr. Gordon Berry.
  • Historical Consultant: Prof. Jack N. Rakove.
  • Pre-Production Services: Studio 351.
  • General Manager: Stephan Roelanis.
  • Art Director: David DeGrande.
  • Management Secretary: Anne Prigent.
  • Background Design: Bernd Kissel, Patrick Sadzot, Oliver Skora.
  • Background Assistants: Vernique Nisen, Laurent Schoonvaere, Fabien Dardar.
  • Prop Design: Pierre Gadisseur, Adrien Vanneuss.
  • Character Design: Gilles Rudziak, Fabien Rodriguez.
  • Character Design Assistants: Jeremie Malisz, Ana Dinis.
  • Background Color Design: Pascal Gerard, Lauren E. Gavroy, Valerie Willame, Andre Dowa, Oliver Aurvier, Christophe Gossiaux, Jean-Marie Musique.
  • Character And Prop Design: Nathalie Masier, Isabelle Franck.
  • Storyboard Supervisor: Ftienne Willem.
  • Storyboard Artists: Fabrice Carron, Stephanie Nedez, Tom Findrik, Denis Lamert, Denis Figufiredo, Tom Galvin, Miguel Gabanmanoeis, Chris Oulakis, Laurent Jennet, Michael Koddpritzsch, Raphael Fernandez, Garrett O'Donoughue, Carl Sarroyo, Paul Benetfan, Roberto Benito, Bruno Bigigoux, Robert Curiett, Phillipe Deschaux, Javier Jerez, Monica Maaten, Jose-Louis Marco, Julio Omraou, Miguel Angelparra, Francis Politzer, Alfonso Segovia, Olivaer Verthullez, Luis Fdez Velasco, Stephan Vermeulen, Joset Tezagar, Antonio Zurera, Antonio Fernandez.
  • Production Assistants: Paulette Girsch, Estelle Kieffer, Lawrence Michel, Richard Dickensen, Stephane Leonard.
  • Computer Supervision: Jessica Thieffry.
  • Storyboard Supervisor: Del James, Micheal Marshall.
  • Storyboard Sluggers: My Chatterton, Fred Crippen, Ron Fleischer, Jon McClenahan, Bill Reed, Gary Scott, Sheet Timers, Ron Fleischer, Jon McClenahan, Isao Nago, Bill Reed, Gary Scott, Mike Stribling.
  • Lip Assignments: Jeffrey Peterson.
  • Music Clearance And Licensing: Deborah Illner Clark, Evelyn Paglinawan.
  • Music Assistant: Lynda Fechino.
  • Music Coordinators: Robert Anderson, Drew Jessel, Gil Perez.
  • Script Coordinator: Cat Sides.
  • Technical Coordinator: Joseph Clunis.
  • Assistants To The Executive Producer: Christine Ivy Miller, Pam Vincent, Shaun Chang.
  • Executives In Charge Of Post-Production: Clive Mizumoto, Thierry P. Laurin.
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Emily Montaniel.
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Scott Nuno.
  • Post-Production Sound: Zap Studios.
  • Pre-Production Dialogue Editor: Donald Zappala, Scott Bernstein.
  • Assistant Dialogue Editor: Brian Coleman.
  • Picture Editor: Stephanie Yow-Shi Wanlien.
  • Assisted By: Joe Kauo-Shing Lau.
  • Picture Editing: Hong Ying Universe Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Sound Designers: Robert Duran, Robert Poole Ii, Paca Thomas, Michael Warner.
  • Music Editor: Marc S. Perlman.
  • Dialogue Editors: Roshaun Hawley, Robbi Smith.
  • Foley Artist: Phyllis Ginter.
  • Foley Recordist: Marilyn Graf.
  • Digital Audio Transfer: J. Lampinen.
  • Mixers: Bichael Beiriger, Fil Brown, Melissa Ellis, Ray Leonard.
  • Post Production Sound Services: Advantage Audio.
  • Video Services: Performance Post, Inc., DVS Media Services.
  • Main Title And Additional Post Production: Hyper/Image, LLC, Rob Smiley, Dean Jackson, James Hereth.
  • Animation Provided By: Hong Ying Universe, Inc.

    © 2002 DiC Entertainment Corporation.

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Cartoon Summary:

Sarah meets Deborah Samson; James and Henri witness arguments between Generals Washington and Rochambeau.

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