Next Time, Take the TrainNext Time, Take the Train (1967) Episode 7- George of the Jungle Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Jay Ward Productions, Pantomime Pictures
- George of the Jungle Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: George, Ursula, Ape, Shep, District Commissioner, Dr. Chicago, Carruthers, Aunt Mae, Aunt Jemima, Carruthers's Friend, Dr. Chicago.
- Vocal Talent: Bill Scott (George, Carruthers), June Foray (Ursula, Aunt Mae, Aunt Jemima), Paul Frees (Ape, District Commissioner, Narrator), Daws Butler (Carruthers's Friend, Dr. Chicago).
- Directed By Gerard Baldwin.
- Produced By Betty Brenon, Jan Gusdavison, Doris Nelson.
Executive Producers: Ponsonby Britt O.B.E., Jay Ward, Bill Scott.
Supervisor Producer: Helen Hanson.
- Animated By Bob Bachman, Howard Baldwin, Herman Cohen, Phil Duncan, Bob Goe, Fred Madison, Bob Maxfield, Gary Mooney, Barrie Nelson, Jack Schnerk, Rod Scribner, Rudy Zamora, Alan Zaslove.
- Written By Chris Jenkyns, Jim MacGeorge, John Marshall, Jack Mendelsohn, Lloyd Turner.
- Edited By Skip Craig, Roger Donley.
- Created by: Allan Burns.
- Supervising Production: Helen Hansen.
- Production: Betty Brenon, Jan Gusdavison, Doris Nelson.
- Design: Sam Cornell, Don Ferguson, Don Jurwich, Bob Kurtz, Roy Morita, Rosemary O'Connor, Shirley Silvey.
- Backgrounds: Sam Clayberger, Bob McIntosh, Gloria Wood.
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The District Commissioner's proudest boast was the Nairobi and Grand Trunk Railway, which opened up the inner vastness of the jungle- until 25 miles of track was stolen by evil miscreant Dr. Chicago. George is able to save the day, while amusing himself with his... (more)