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The Day That Everything Changed (2010) Season 1 Episode 693-001- Generator Rex Cartoon Episode Guide The Day That Everything Changed

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  • 2010
  • Cartoon Network Studios
  • Cartoon Network
  • Generator Rex Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Rex, Agent Six, Noah, Beagle, Dr. Holiday, TV Reporter, Bobo Haha, Skalamander, Providence Agent, White Knight, Cured Evo, Van Kleiss, Biowulf, Breach.
  • Vocal Talent: Daryl Sabara (Rex), Wally Kurth (Agent Six), Fred Savage (Noah, Beagle), Grey DeLisle (Dr. Holiday, TV Reporter), John Di Maggio (Bobo Haha, Skalamander, Providence Agent), J.K. Simmons (White Knight, Cured Evo), Troy Baker (Van Kleiss, Biowulf), Hynden Walch (Breach).
  • Directed By Sam Montes.
  • Produced By Ryan Slater.
    Supervising Producer: John Fang.
  • Written By Man of Action.
  • Edited By Jhoanne Reyes.
  • Created By: Man of Action (Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau, Steve Seagle).
  • Story Editor: Rob Hoegee.
  • Creative Consultants: Man of Action.
  • Art Director: Nollan Obena.
  • Storyboard Artists: Elsa Garagarza, Chris Graham, Miyuki Hoshikawa, Sam Montes, Rick Morales.
  • Lead Character Designer: Jose Lopez.
  • Character Designer: Walter Gatus.
  • Prop Designers: Eric Brown, James Lim.
  • Background Designers: Pakin Liptawat, Art Morales.
  • Background Painters: Nora Murphy-Berden, Kersti Myrberg, Christopher Near, Chu-hui Song, Pam Tilikete.
  • Cast and Recording Director: Collette Sunderman.
  • Recording Studio Manager: Karie Gima Pham.
  • Recording Engineer: Robert Serda.
  • Picture Editor: Jhoanne Reyes.
  • Dialogue Editor: Robert Serda.
  • Musician (Guitars): Jimmy Schafer.
  • Opening Theme: "Revolution," by: Orange.
  • Supervising Sound Editors: Tom Syslo, Timothy J. Borquez, MPSE.
  • Re-Recording Mixers: Eric Freeman, Timothy J. Borquez, C.A.S.
  • Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella.
  • Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford.
  • Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson.
  • Machine Room Operator: Chris Hoetger.
  • Track Reading: Slightly Off Track.
  • Production Estimator: Carolyn Urban.
  • Overseas Production Facility: Sunmin Image Pictures Co., Ltd.
  • Production Manager: Rossitza Likomanova.
  • Production Coordinator: Danielle Adrias.
  • Production Assistants: Donna Kay Lau, Matthew Long, Brent Tanner.
  • Current Series Executive: Brian E.S. Jones.
  • Executive Producers, Cartoon Network Studios: Brian A. Miller, Jennifer Pelphrey.
  • Executive Producers, Cartoon Network: Tramm Wigzell, Rob Swartz, Rob Sorcher.

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Rex sneaks out to blow off steam with Noah, but the pair soon encounter trouble in the premiere of this series about a teen with the ability to change parts of his body into...  (more)

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