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The Birth Of Rock 'n Roll Or Too Hip For The Womb

The Birth Of Rock 'n Roll Or Too Hip For The Womb (1990) Season 1 Episode 102- Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures Cartoon Episode Guide The Birth Of Rock 'n Roll Or Too Hip For The Womb

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Hanna-Barbera Studios, Orion Television Entertainment, Nelson Entertainment Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, George Carlin, Bernie Casey, Rueben Kincade, Danny Cooksey, Tara Charendoff, Joe Alasky, Ken Berry; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Paul Sommer, Don Lusk, Robert Alvarez, Carl Urbano, Ray Patterson Bruce Morris, David Kirschner, Paul Sabella Pat Foley, Gil Iverson, Tim Iverson, Terry W. Moore, Larry C. Cowan Chuck Loeb
  • 1990
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios, Orion Television Entertainment, Nelson Entertainment
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Bill S. Prestone, Ted Logan, Mary Jane, Rufus, Detective Logan, Vice Principal Ryan, Missy-Mom, Deacon.
  • Vocal Talent: Keanu Reeves (Ted), Alex Winter (Bill), George Carlin (Rufus), Bernie Casey (Mr. Ryan), Rueben Kincade (Mr. Preston), Danny Cooksey (Deacon), Tara Charendoff (Mary Jane), Joe Alasky, Ken Berry, Roscoe Lee Browne, Hamilton Camp, Brian Cummings, Keene Curtis, Bernard Erhard, Pat Fraley, Dick Gautier, Joanie Gerber, Ernest Harada, Philip Hartman, Arte Johnson, Vicki Juditz, Zale Kessler, Maurice Lamarcife, Lu Leonard, Page Leong, Little Richard, Dave Madden, Kenneth Mars, Rob Paulsen, Henry Polic II, Peter Renaday, Clive Revill, Bob Ridgely, Kimmy Robertson, William Schallert, Kath Soucie, Jeffrey Tambor, Susan Tolsky, B.H. Ward, Jonathan Winters, Anderson Wong.
  • Directed By Paul Sommer, Don Lusk, Robert Alvarez, Carl Urbano.
    Supervising Director: Ray Patterson.
  • Produced By Bruce Morris.
    Executive Producers: David Kirschner, Paul Sabella.
  • Animated By Edwardo Olivares, Jang Woo Lee, Frank Gabriel, Bob Bemiller, Jason So, Bill Pratt, Ken Southworth, Robert Sledge, Bill Reed, Derek Eversfield, Bob Tyler, Moon Choi, Bill Nunes, Mark Christiansen, Kunio Shimamura, Ernesto Lopez, Lefty Callahan, Mike Bennett, Barry Anderson, Brenda Banks, John Walker, Frank Andrina.
    Animation Directors: Joanna Romersa, Sam Nicholson, Bill Hutten, Tony Love, Allen Wilzbach, Ed Love, Joan Drake, Robert Alvarez, Ken Southworth, Costi Mustatea.
  • Edited By Pat Foley, Gil Iverson, Tim Iverson.
    Supervising Film Editors: Terry W. Moore, Larry C. Cowan.

Additional Crew:



  • Story Editor: Gordon Kent.
  • Contributing Editors: John Loy, John Ludin.
  • Creative Design: Tony Sgroi.
  • Design Supervisor: Scott Jeralds.
  • Character Design: Tony Sgroi, Chris Buck, Bob Onorato, Bwana Takamoto, Darrell Van Citters.
  • Unit Head: Lance Falk.
  • Key Layout Artists: Drew Gentle, Lorraine Marue, Joe Binggeli, John Guerin, David Cutler, Kim Hickey, William Dely, Bill Proctor, Andy Phillipson.
  • Animation Supervisors: David Michener and Craig Zukowski.
  • Background Supervisor: Al Gmuer.
  • Background Artists: Andy Phillipson, Jim Hickey, Patti Palmer, Joe Binggeli, Don Watson, Craig Robertson, Ruben Chavez, Jerry Loveland, Fereshteh Faghihi.
  • Color Stylist: Alison Leopold.
  • Color Key: Kathleen Hardin.
  • Storyboard Artists: Tony Benedict, Michael Bennett, Dale Barnhardt, Dan Haskett, Doug Lefler, Jeffrey Lynch, Lew Saw, Jim Willoughby.
  • Animation Casting Director: Kris Zimmerman.
  • Talent Coordinator: Jamie Thomason.
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke.
  • Graphics Assistant: Parviz Parandoush.
  • Xerography: Star Wirth.
  • Animation Checking Supervisors: Jan Adams, Gina Bradley.
  • Animation Checkers: Jan Browning, Beth Goodwin, Bob Revell, Howard Schwartz.
  • Recording Director: Gordon Hunt.
  • Sound Direction: Alvy Dorman, Stan Wetzel.
  • Production Coordinator: Vicki Casper.
  • Production Publicist: Sarah Baisley.
  • Camera Supervisor: Dan Bunn.
  • Pencil Test Cameramen: Neik Viker, Jim Keefer, Steve Mills, Bob Jacobs.
  • Supervising Film Editors: Terry W. Moore, Larry C. Cowan.
  • Editors: Pat Foley, Gil Iverson, Tim Iverson.
  • Negative Consultant: William DeBoer, Jr.
  • Director of Music Production: Bodie Chandler.
  • Theme Song: Randy Petersen, Kevin Quinn.
  • Music: Chuck Loeb, Score Productions, Inc.
  • Music Editor: Tom Gleason.
  • Main Title Producer: Infinity Filmworks.
  • Main Title Animation Director: Cynthia Prince.
  • Main Title Computer Graphics: San Francisco Production Group.
  • Sound Editors: Michael Mancini, Scott Jennings.
  • Track Readers: Kerry Iverson, Denise Whitfield, Jim Hearn, Carol Iverson, Kay Douglas.
  • Produced in Association with: Wang Films Productions Company, Cuckoos Nest Studios.
  • Production Supervisor: Bob Marples.
  • Program Administrator: Barbara Simon Dierks.
  • Production Assistants: Heidi Galperin, Kristin Lindquist, Sandy Benenati, Dan Conte, Shannon Fallis-Kane, Erika Grossbart, Nancy Grimaldi, Debby Lathrop, Joe Moriconi, Ann Powell.
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Jayne Barbera.


  • Produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
    In Association with Orion Television Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment

    © 1990 Orion Television Entertainment and Nelson Films Inc.
    All Rights Reserved


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