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I. M. Ambassador

I. M. Ambassador (1997) Season 1 Episode 34-5395- I Am Weasel Cartoon Episode Guide I. M. Ambassador

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Hanna-Barbera Studios Michael Dorn, Charlie Adler, David Feiss, Tom Kenny David Feiss, Robin Steele Vincent Davis, Louis J. Cuck, Davis Doi Bill Fulton
  • 1997
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • I Am Weasel Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: I. M. Weasel, I. R. Baboon, Eugene Oregon, Jean-Paul Beaver, Dakota Governor, Spotted Owl, Carl, Craig, Beavers, Owls, Governors.
  • Vocal Talent: Michael Dorn (I. M. Weasel), Charlie Adler (I. R. Baboon, Beaver #4), Richard Horvitz (Beaver #2, Owl #1), Ed McMahon (Governor #1, Eugene Oregon, Beaver #5), Dom DeLuise (Jean-Paul Beaver, Governor #2 [Dakota Governor], Owl #2 [Spotted Owl]), Scott Weil (Carl, Beaver #3), Carlos Alazraqui (Craig, Beaver #1), David Feiss, Tom Kenny.
  • Directed By David Feiss, Robin Steele.
  • Produced By Vincent Davis.
    Associate Producer: Louis J. Cuck.
    Supervising Producer: Davis Doi.
  • Written By Richard Pursel.

Additional Crew:



  • Created By: David Feiss.
  • Casting: Donna Grillo.
  • Storyboards: Ken Mitchroney, Beth Mitchroney, Gordon Clark.
  • Art Director: Deane Taylor.
  • Story Editor: Michael Ryan.
  • Art Director: Scott Morse.
  • Models: Marc Perry.
  • Props: Adam Burton.
  • Layout Keys: Scott Morse, Drew Gentle.
  • Background Color: Don Watson, Al Gmuer.
  • Casting Director: Collette Sunderman.
  • Color Stylist: Harry Nickelson.
  • Ink and Paint Supervisor: Alison Leopold.
  • Animation Checker: Sandra Benenati.
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran.
  • Xerography: Star Wirth, Martin Crossley.
  • Manager of Post-Production: Tim Iverson.
  • Unit Post-Production Supervisor: Gayle Mnookin.
  • Track Readers: Kay Douglas, Carol Iverson.
  • Supervising Film Editor: Pat Foley.
  • Supervising Recording Engineer: Ed Collins.
  • Recording Director: Kris Zimmerman.
  • Recording Engineer: Jeffrey Collins.
  • "Cow and Chicken" Main/End Title Theme and Music Score: Guy Moon.
  • "Cow and Chicken" Main Title Lyrics: David Feiss.
  • "I Am Weasel" Main Title Theme and Music Score: Bill Fulton.
  • "I Am Weasel" Main Title Lyrics: Richard Pursel.
  • Main Title Song Performed by: April March.
  • Director of Music Production: Bodie Chandler.
  • Dialogue Editors: Kerry Iverson, James Hearn.
  • Negative Cutting: William DeBoer Jr.
  • Telecine/On-Line: Complete Post, Inc.
  • Sound Editing and Re-Recording: Horta Editorial & Sound Inc.
  • Production Assistants: Sharra Gage, Julie Himbert, Linda Moore.
  • Production Accountant: Joanne Halcon.
  • Production Liaison: Amy E. Wagner.
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Brian A. Miller.
  • Production Coordinators: Melissa Lugar, Christina Horton.
  • Overseas Production Facility: Rough Draft Studios, Seoul, Korea.
  • Overseas Animation Directors: Song Hwan Kim, Jong Ho Kim, Sang Yup Han.


  • © 1998 The Cartoon Network, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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Bent on becoming loggers, a group of surfer dudes takes French-Canadian beavers hostage in Baja California. Negotiator I.M. Weasel succeeds in getting them to...  (more)

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