Who's HoozisWho's Hoozis (1972) - Jackson 5ive Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Jackson 5ive Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Michael Jackson, Sigmund 'Jackie' Jackson, Toriano 'Tito' Jackson, Marlon 'David' Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Ray, Charles, Rosie.
- Vocal Talent: Joel Cooper (Jermaine), Donald Fullilove (Michael), Craig Grandy (Jackie), Mike Martinez (Tito), Edmund Silver (Marlon), Paul Frees (Berry Gordy), Jackie Jackson (Himself, singing), Jermaine Jackson (Himself, singing), Marlon Jackson (Himself, singing), Michael Jackson (Himself, singing), Tito Jackson (Himself, singing).
- Directed By Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr..
- Produced By Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.
- Animated By Robert Balser (Animation Director).
- Written By Romeo Muller, William J. Keenan, Hal Hackady, Lou Silverstone, Susan Milburn.
- Edited By Irwin Goldress.
- Character Design: Jack Davis.
- Animation Director: Robert Balser.
- Background Orchestrations: Maury Laws.
- Sound Engineers: Jim Harris, John Boyd.
- Editorial Supervision: Irwin Goldress.
- Unit Director: Tony Guy.
THE JACKSON 5IVE
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Michael meets Henry and Edna, a pair of talking birds. They convince him to see Barney Hoozis, a local developer, and talk him out of cutting down the trees in the park. Barney turns out to be a timid little man who's afraid of mice. He eventually agrees to let... (more)