Doug's Great Beet War
Alternate Title: Doug: Operation Moody SchoolDoug's Great Beet War (Doug: Operation Moody School) (1993) - Doug Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Jumbo Pictures, Ellipse Animation, Nickelodeon
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- Cartoon Characters: Douglas "Doug" Yancy Funnie, Roger M. Klotz, Patricia "Patti" Mayonnaise, Beebe Bluff, Mosquito "Skeeter" Valentine, Buddy "Bud" Dink, Porkchop, Judith "Judy" Anastasia Funnie, Mrs. Theda Funnie, Connie Benge, Tippi Dink, Phil Funnie, Lamar Bone, Mr. Bluff.
- Vocal Talent: Billy West (Douglas "Doug" Yancy Funnie, Roger M. Klotz), Constance Shulman (Patricia "Patti" Mayonnaise), Alice Playten (Beebe Bluff), Fred Newman (Mosquito "Skeeter" Valentine, Buddy "Bud" Dink, Porkchop), Becca Lish (Judith "Judy" Anastasia Funnie, Mrs. Theda Funnie, Connie Benge), Doris Belack (Tippi Dink), Doug Preis (Phil Funnie, Lamar Bone, Mr. Bluff), Neil Nash, Greg Lee, Eddie Korbich, Bruce Bayley Johnson, Alan J. Higgins, Dana Gould.
- Directed By Curtis Crawford (Supervising Director).
- Produced By Melanie Grisanti.
Executive Producers for Nickelodeon: Vanessa Coffey, Mary Harrington.
Executive Producer for Ellipse: Simon Hart.
Executive Producers for Jumbo Pictures: Jim Jinkins, David Campbell, Christine Martin, David Martin.
Supervising Producer: Jack Spillum.
- Music By Dan Sawyer, Fred Newman.
- Original Characters Developed By: Jim Jinkins, Joe Aaron.
- Creative Consultant: Tony Eastman.
- Story Editors for Jumbo Pictures: Dietrich Smith, Ken Scarborough.
- Story Editor for Nickelodeon: Will McRobb.
- Staff Writers: Alan Higgins, Matt Steinglass.
- Script Coordinator: Mark Dacus.
- Original Sound and Music Design: Fred Neuman.
- Production Sound Designer: Robert Pomann.
- Voice Directors: Jim Jinkins, Clay Hale.
- Track Coordinator: Clay Hale.
- Recording Assistant: Kevin Lyons.
- Sound Engineers: Joe Gouci, Marc Bazerman, Matt Hirt, Matt Bariaz, Dave Chmelc.
- Storyboards Supervised By: Glenn McDonald, Donald Bruce Poynter, Jonathan Royce.
- Design Directors: Sharon Fitzgerald, Jeff Buckland, Dan Shefelman.
- Background Design: Miriam Katin, Alisa Klayman, Meryl Rosner, Freya Tanz, Jeff Buckland.
- Character and Prop Design: Isabella Bannerman, Otis 'L' Brayboy III, Rufus Cohen, Easy de la Rosa, Ray Favata, Irene Roftheart.
- Background Styling: Michael Zodorozny, Elizabeth Seidman.
- Background Assisted By: Freya Tanz.
- Color Design: Karen Hyden, Monica Smith.
- Color Assisted By: Marina Dominis, Tonya L. Smay.
- Production Coordinators: Alan Bruckner, Damian Van Denburgh.
- Production Assistants: Craig Davis, Cleve Keller, Kathryn Heath, Charlene McBride, Sean Ramjerdi, Morgan Ritz, Michael Walsh.
- Pre-Production Editor: Neil Lawrence.
- Track Reading: Harry Chang.
- Mouth Assignment: Babooon Animation, Simi Nallaseth.
- Overseas Layout & Animation Studio: HanHo Studios.
- Layout Supervisor: Rick Allen.
- Animation Supervisor: Kevin McDonagh.
- Post Production Supervisor: Clay Hale.
- Picture/Dialogue Editor: Bruce P. Knapp.
- Video Supervisor: Frank Drucker.
- Post Production Video Facilities: The Tape House Editorial Co.
- Director of Operations and Finance: Ellie Copeland.
- Staff Accountant: Pam Braly.
- Assistant to Jim Jinkins: Linda K. Garvey.
- Assistant to Executive Producers: Claudia Anderson, Grace Bailey.
- Production Consultant: Jan Fleming.
- Design Assistant: Kim Chandler.
- Production Interns: Adam Bernard, Jeffrey Nodelman, Matt Oldfield, Stephanie Rubin, Phil Szostak.
- Special Thanks to Nickelodeon: Linda Simensky, Lois Peel Eisenstein, Michele Jabloner, Andra Shapiro, Cricket Stettinius, Eric Coleman, Anne Sweeney.
- Special Thanks to Ellipse: Raechel Crossen.
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The kids are building a float for the parade, which is a giant talking beet. But when it mysteriously disappears, everybody accuses the Moody School (which Judy attends) kids of stealing it. So Doug has to sneak in his sister's school and see if this... (more)