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The Deep Fryer, Part 1

The Deep Fryer, Part 1

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Rankin Bass Productions Larry Kenney Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass, Lee Dannacher. Bernard Hoffer
  • 1987
  • Rankin Bass Productions
  • Lorimar-Telepictures
  • TigerSharks Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Dolph, Doc Walro, Lorca, Mako, Spike Marlin, Bronc, T-Ray, Walleye, Lump, Dragonstein, Carper, Grunt, Captain Bizarrly, Hydra, Gobi.
  • Vocal Talent: Larry Kenney (Dolph).
  • Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass (Executive Producers).
    Supervising Producer: Lee Dannacher..
  • Animated By Pacific Animation Corporation.
  • Written By Peter Lawrence (Script Supervisor).

Additional Crew:



  • Character Designer: Nancy Beiman.
  • Project Planning: Leisure Concept, Inc.
  • Character Design: Michael Germakian, Bob Camp, Pepe Moreno.
  • In Charge of Production: Masaki Iizuka.
  • Psychiatric Consultants: Dr. Robert Kuisis, Ph.D., Dr. Patricia M. Carey, Ph.D.

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Cartoon Summary:


This was a segment on "The Comic Strip". It is about a group who can change into fish, with the help of Walro's invention called the fish tank. There ship is...  (more)

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