Upwardly Mobile (1994)

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Upwardly Mobile

Upwardly Mobile (1994) Upwardly Mobile

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  • New World Animation
  • Animation Studio: Phillippine Animation Studio
  • Cartoon Characters: Modo, Vinnie, Throttle, Charley, Carbine, Stoker, Harley, Rimfire, Lawrence Limburger, Greasepit, Dr. Karbunkle, Lord Camembert, Mace, Dominic T. Stilton, Evil Eye Weevil, Stonecutter, Hacka Lougie, Honka Lougie, Fred the Mutant, Lawrence Limburger, Corroder Cody, Hard Rock, Jimmy Mac, Weather Mister, Xterminator.
  • Voice Actors: Dorian Harewood, Ian Ziering, Rob Paulsen, Leeze Miller-McGee, Leah Remini, Peter Strauss, Kath Soucie, Brian Austin-Green, W. Morgan Sheppard; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast...
  • Directed By Tom Tataranowicz.
  • Produced By Norman Singer.
  • Music: Will Anderson.
  • Editor: Carol Leis, Chris Holbrook.
  • Originally Released on October 08, 1994.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Production Number: 22
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Limburger plans to cut Chicago loose from the Earth and fly it back to Plutark.

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