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The Long March

The Long March (2007) Episode 9-A- Will & Dewitt Cartoon Episode Guide The Long March

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Cookie Jar Entertainment, Inc., Will & Dewitt Productions Connor Price, Samantha Somer Wilson
  • 2007
  • Cookie Jar Entertainment, Inc., Will & Dewitt Productions, Inc.
  • Kids' WB
  • Will & Dewitt Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Will, Dewitt, Tricia.
  • Vocal Talent: Connor Price (Will), Samantha Somer Wilson (Tricia).

Additional Crew:



  • Lead Character Artist: Brandon Gasner.
  • Character Artists: Alex Ialamov, Terry Ververgaert.
  • Layout Artist: Youri Makovski.
  • Prop Artist: Rob Bryson.
  • Layout Designer: Youri Makovski.
  • Art Production Manager: Justin Morison.
  • Character Art Designer: Terry Ververgaert.
  • Design Coordinator: Leo Francis Martin.
  • Assistant Design Coordinator: Josh Laidlaw.
  • Fun Pack Designs: Six Aces Productions.

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Cartoon Summary:


Mom says that Will is old enough to go to Sam's house by himself (through a fence, on the other side of the grotto). DeWitt reminds Will about famous explorers...  (more)

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