DePatie-Freleng Enterprises Filmography

TV Shows

Aside from theatrical shorts, DePatie-Freleng had a history in Saturday Morning animation by producing the following shows.

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The Super 6
Aired from September 10th, 1966 to August 31st, 1969 ; Aired on NBC

Supervising Director: Gerry Chiniquy
Directors: Steve
n Clark, Hawley Pratt, Norm McCabe, George Singer, Robert McKimson, John Walker
Story Supervision: John Dunn
Writers: Tony Benedict, Alan Dinehart, Don Jurwich, Walter Black, John Freeman, Lee Mishkin, Homer Brightman, Dale Hale, Jack Miller, Bill Danch, Bill Hamilton, Michael O'Conner, Art Diamond, Cal Howard, Jim Ryan
Storyboard & Layout: Corny Cole, Burt Freund, Bob Givens, Norm Gottfredson, Jan Green, Dave Hanan, Lin Larsen, Marty Murphy, Tony Rivera, Jacques Rupp, Al Wilson
Animation: Frank Andrina, Bob Goe, Bob Matz, Dale Case, Manny Gould, Murray McClellan, Herman Cohen, Lee Halpern, Morey Redan, Jim Davis, Bill Hutten, Ed Soloman, Xenia Demattia, Art Leonardi, Ken Southworth, John Garling, Ed Love, Don Williams
Backgrounds: Shelia Brown, Gloria Wood, Roger Collins, Tom Yakutis
Supervising Film Editor: Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Lou Gordon, Chuck McCann, Joseph J. Reitano
Voices: Daws Butler, Pat Carroll, Paul Frees, June Foray, Joan Gerber, Artie Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Diana Maddox, Charles Smith, Paul Stewart
Music: Bill Lava
Production Managers: Basil Cox, Bill Orcutt
Asst. Production Managers: Armand Shaw, Harry Love
Title Sung by Gary Lewis
Produced by David H. DePatie & Friz Freleng

Episode Guide

NOTE: Segments including "Super Bwoing", "Granite Man", "Captain Zammo", "Super Scuba", "Elevator Man", "Magneto Man" and "Brothers Matzoriley".


 

Super President
Aired from September 16th, 1967 to Decmber 28th, 1968 ; Aired on NBC

Direction: Oscar Dufau, Robert McKimson, Earl Klein, Edwin Rehberg, George Singer
Story: Tony Benedict, Edgar Furth, Don Christensen, Jack Miller, Alan Dinehart, Lee Mishkin, John W. Dunn, David Scott, Ken Sobol
Layout: Peter Alvarado, Jack Miller, Corny Cole, Tony Rivera, Cullen Houghtaling, Jacques Rupp, Herb Johnson, Nick Panesis, Ken Landau, Don Sheppard, Gene Miller, Peter Van Elk
Character Design: Arthur Leon
ardi
Animation: Warren Batchelder, Lee Halpern, Jim Davis, Ed Love, Ed Demattia, Manny Perez, John Freeman, Tom Ray, John Gibbs, Morey Redan, John Walker
Backgrounds: Tony Rizzo, Dick Thomas, Richard Randall
Supervising Film Editor: Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Chuck McCann, Todd McKay
Voices: Ted Cassidy, Shepard Menken, June Foray, Don Messick, Paul Frees, Lorri Scott, Mark Skor
Music: Doug Goodwin
Production Manager: Basil Cox
Coordinator: Harry Love
Asst. Production Mgr.: Armand Shaw
Special Camera Effects: John Burton, Jr.
Produced by David H. DePatie & Friz Freleng

Episode Guide

NOTE: Segments including "Super President" and "Spy Shadow".


Here Comes the Grump
Aired from September 6th, 1969 to Decmber 28th, 1970 ; Aired on NBC

Direction: Gerry Chiniquy, Art Davis, George Gordon, Sid Marcus, Hawley Pratt, Grant Simmons
Story Supervision: John W. Dunn
Stories: Don Christensen, Nick George, Bill Lutz
Layout: Pete Alvarado, Bob Givens, Herb Johnson, Jack Miller, Dick Ung, Don Sheppard, Martin Studler, Al Wilson
Character Design: Art Leonardi
Animation: Warren Batchelder, Bob Bentley, William Carney, Edward DeMattia, Xenia, John Gibbs, Manny Gould, Ed Love, Ed Rehberg, Manny Perez, Bob Richardson, Ed Solomon, Robert Taylor, Lloyd Vaughan, Don Williams
Backgrounds: Richard Thomas, Mary O'Loughlin, Tom O'Loughlin
Film Editing Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editing: Allan Potter, Todd McKay, Lloyd Friedgen
Voices: Rip Taylor, Jay North, Avery Schreiber, Stefanianna Christopherson, Marvin Miller, Athena Lorde, Larry D. Mann, June Foray
Music: Doug Goodwin
Production Supervision: Jim Foss
Prod. Coordinator: Harry Love
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


The Pink Panther Show
Aired from September 6th, 1969 to September 5th, 1970 ; Aired on NBC

Pink Panther Theme by Henry Mancini
Direction: Hawley Pratt, Gerry Chiniquy, Robert McKimson, George Singer
Stories: John W. Dunn, Tony Benedi
ct, Don Jurwich, Bob Kurtz, Jack Miller, Michael O'Connor, Jim Ryan
Layouts: Dick Ung, Tom Yakutis, Corny Cole, Jack Miller, Lin Larsen, Jacques Rupp
Backgrounds: Tom O'Loughlin, Pete Alvarado, Corny Cole
Panthermobile Designed by Bob Reisner
Animation: Manny Gould, Don Williams, Manny Perez, Warren Batcheldor, John Gibbs, Art Leonardi, Bob Matz, Ted Bonnecksen, Norm McCabe, LaVerne Harding, Chuck Downs, Ed DeMattia, Dale Case, Virgil Raddatz, Tom Ray, George Grandpre, Hermen Cohen, Ed Love
Voices: Dave Barry, Mel Blanc, June Foray, Paul Frees, Helen Gerald, Joan Gerber, Pat Harrington Jr., Rich Little, Athena Lorde, Marvin Miller, Laura Olsher, Hal Smith, Larry Storch
Music: Doug Goodwin, Walter Greene, William Lava
Title Song "Panther Pink Panther From Head to Toe" by Doug Goodwin
Film Editing Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Treg Brown, Roger Donl
ey, Eugene Marks, Chuck McCann, Allan Potter
Camera: John Burton, Jr.
Production Supervision: Jim Foss, Bill Orcutt
Prod. Coordinator: Harry Love
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide

NOTE: This show reran theatrical "Pink Panther" and "Inspector" shorts and aired with new animated bumpers.


Doctor Dolittle
Aired from September 12th, 1970 to September 2nd, 1971 ; Aired on NBC

Directors: Hawley Pratt, Oscar Dufau, Gerry Chiniquy, Grant Simmons, Art Davis, Lars Calonius, Sid Marcus, Jim Pabian (credit varies by episodes)

Created for Television by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
In Association With Lennie Weinrib, Paul Harrison
Written by Paul Harrison, Lennie Weinrib
Titles and Musical Sequences Directed by Arthur Leonardi
Layout: Robert Givens, David Hanan, Lin Larsen, Martin Strudler, Dick Ung, Al Wilson, Tony Rivera
Animation: Hal Ambro, Frank Andrina, Warren Batchelder, Robert Bentley, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Manny Gould, Ken Muse, George Nicholas, Manny Perez, Bob Richardson, Phil Roman, Irv Spence, Robert Taylor, Don Williams
Background Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Background: Al Gmuer, Anthony Rizzo, Linda Grayson
Film Editing Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Roger Donley, Todd McKay, Joe Siracusa
Voices: Lennie Weinrib, Hal Smith, Robert Towers, Don Messick, Robert Holt
Music Recording Engineer: Eric A. Tomlinson
Music and Songs by Doug Goodwin
"Talk to the Animals" Lyrics and Music by Leslie Bricusse
The Grasshoppers: Robbie Falloon, Annadell, Colin Johnson, Mike Sherwood, Glyn Nelson
Music Score Conducted by Eric Rogers
Production Supervision: Jim Foss
Production Coordinator: Harry Love
Camera: John Burton Jr., Ray Lee, Roger Sims
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Co-Producer: Walter S. Burr
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


The New Pink Panther Show
Aired from September 11th, 1971 to September 4th, 1976 ; Aired on NBC

Produced by David H. DePatie & Friz Freleng
Direction by Hawley Pratt, Gerry Chiniquy, Art Davis
Pink Panther Theme by Henry Mancini
Titles Directed by Arthur Leonardi
Stories: John W. Dunn, David Detiege, Dale Hale, Sid Marcus, Irv Spector
Layout: Dick Ung, Corny Cole, Bob Givens
Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas, Tom O'Loughlin
Animation: Warren Batchelder, Bob Bentley, Herman Cohen, Ed DeMattia, John Gibbs, Manny Gould, LaVerne Harding, Arthur Leonardi, Bob Matz, Norman McCabe, Ken Muse, Manny Perez, Bob Richardson, Tom Ray, Bob Taylor, Bon Williams
Voices: John Byner, Dave Barry, Paul Frees, Rich Little, Athena Lorde, Marvin Miller
Music: Doug Goodwin, Walter Greene, William Lava
Theme Song "Pantherly Pride" by Doug Goodwin
Film Editors Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Lee Gunther, Chuck McCann, Allan Potter, Joe Siracusa
Camera: John Burton Jr.
Production Supervision: Jim Foss
Production Coordinator: Harry Love

Episode Guide

NOTE: This show was packaged with "Pink Panther and "The Ant and the Aardvark" theatricals with new animated inserts.


The Barkleys
Aired from September 9th, 1972 to September 1st, 1973; Aired on NBC

Created for Television by: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
In Association With Joe Ruby
, Ken Spears
Writers: Larry Rhine, Woody Kling, Dennis Marks, David Evans
Animation Director: David Detiege
Storyboard Directors: Gerry Chiniquy, Art Leonardi, Cullen Houghtaling, Paul Sommer
Layout Supervision and Design by Robert Taylor
Layouts: Cullen Houghtaling, Owen Fitzgerald, Richard Ung, Frank M. Gonzales, Nino Carbe, Wes Herschensohn
Animation: Don Williams, Manny Gould, Ken Muse, Norm McCabe, Warren Batchelder, Jim Davis, John Gibbs, Bob Richardson, Bob Matz, Bob Bransford, Reuben Timmins, Bob Bemiller
Background Supervised by Richard H. Thomas, Mary O'Loughlin
Film Editing Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Joe Siracusa, Allan R. Potter, Roger Donley, Rick Steward
Voice Talents: Henry Corden, Joan Gerber, Julie McWhirter, Steve Lewis, Gene Andrusco and Michael Bell, Bob Frank, Don Messick, Bob Holt, Frank Welker
Title Design by Art Leonardi
Music by Doug Goodwin
Music Score Conducted by Eric Rogers
Music Recording Engineer: Eric A. Tomlinson
Executive in Charge of Production: Stan Paperny
Production Supervision: Harry Love
Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton Jr.
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Associate Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


The Houndcats
Aired from September 9th, 1972 to September 1st, 1973; Aired on NBC

Created for Television: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
In Association With Ken Spears, Joe Ruby
Writers: Woody Kling, Tom Dagenais, Don Christensen
Animation Director: Bob McKimson
Storyboard Directors: Gerry Chiniquy, Arthur Leonardi, Cullen Houghtaling, Paul Sommer
Layout Supervision and Design: Robert Taylor
Layouts: Martin Strudler, Marty Murphy, Bob Givens, Tony Rivera, Peter Alvarado
Animation: Don Williams, Manny Gould, Ken Muse, Norm McCabe, Bob Richardson, Warren Batchelder, John Gibbs, Jim Davis, Bob Matz, Bob Bransford, Reuben Timmins, Bob Bemiller
Background Supervised by Richard H. Thomas, Mary O'Loughlin
Film Editing Supervised by Lee Gunther
Film Editors: Joe Siracusa, Roger Donley, Allan R. Potter, Rick Steward
Voice Talents of Michael Bell, Joe Besser, Daws Butler, Stu Gilliam, Arte Johnson, Aldo Ray and Joan Gerber, Bob Holt, John Stevenson
Title Designs by Arthur Leonardi
Music by Doug Goodwin
Music Score Conducted by Eric Rogers
Music Recording Engineer: Eric A. Tomlinson
Executive In Charge Of Production: Stan Paperny
Production Supervision: Harry Love
Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton Jr.
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producer's Sound Service, Inc.
Associate Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


Bailey's Comets
Aired from September 9th, 1973 to August 31st, 1975; Aired on CBS

Created for Television: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
In Association with Ken Spears, Joe Ruby
Writers: Dalton Sandifer, John W. Dunn, Larz Bourne
Animation Director: Bob McKimson, Sid Marcus
Storyboard Directors: Arthur Leonardi, Cullen Houghtaling
Layout Supervision and Design: Cullen Houghtaling
Layouts: Martin Studler, Owen Fitzgerald, Bob Givens, Glenn Schmitz, Ric Gonzales, Dick Ung
Animation: Don Williams, Bill Carney, Ken Muse, Norm McCabe, Bob Richardson, Bill Ackerman, John Gibbs, Ken Walker, Bob Matz, John Freeman, Reuben Timmins, Bob Kirk, Bob Bemiller
Background Supervised by Richard H. Thomas, Mary O'Loughlin
Ink and Paint Supervisor: Gertrude Timmins
Xerography: Paul B. Strickland
Film Editing Supervised by Rick Steward
Film Editors: Joe Siracusa, Jim Blodgett, Allan R. Potter
Voice Talents of Don Messick, Bob Holt, Sarah Kennedy, Daws Butler, Carl Esser, Kathy Gori, Karen Smith, Jim Begg, Frank Welker
Title Design by Arthur Leonardi
Music by Doug Goodwin
Music Score Conducted by Eric Rogers
Title Song Sung by "Every Thing Under the Sun"
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton Jr.
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Associate Producers: Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


The Oddball Couple
Aired from September 6th, 1975 to September 3rd, 1977; Aired on ABC

Story Editor: Bob Ogle
Writers: Bob Ogle, Joel Kane, David Detiege, Earl Kress, John W. Dunn
Supervising Director: Lew Marshall
Animation Directors: Gerry Chiniquy, Robert McKimson
Storyboard Directors: Bill Perez, Art Leonardi, Jan Green, Gary Hoffman
Graphic Design: Ric Gonzales, Gary Hoffman, Dick Ung, Al Wilson, Ken Landau, Coral Kerr, Adam Szwejkowski, Susan Scholefield
Animation: Norm McCabe, Bob Matz, Virgil Ross, Bob Bemiller, Bob Richardson, Jim Davis, Nelson Shin, Bill Numes, Don Williams, Joel Seibel, Bob Bransford, John Freeman, Bill Carney, Warren Batchelder, George Jorgensen, John Gibbs, Bob Goe
Background Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Mary O'Loughlin, Don Watson
Ink and Paint Supervisor: Gertrude Timmins
Xerography: Greg Marshall
Film Editors Supervised by Bob Gillis
Film Editors: Joe Siracusa, Rick Steward, Allan Potter
Voices: Paul Winchell, Frank Nelson, Joan Gerber, Frank Welker, Sarah Kennedy, Don Messick, Joe Besser, Ginny Tyler, Bob Holt
Music by Doug Goodwin
Main Title Music Arranged by Joe Siracusa
Conducted by Eric Rodgers
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton, Jr.
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producer's Sound Service, Inc.
Based Upon the Play "The Odd Couple" by Neil Simon
Produced by David H. DePatie & Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


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Return to the Planet of the Apes
Aired from September 6th, 1975 to September 4th, 1976; Aired on NBC

Written by: Larry Spiegel, J.C. Strong, Jack Kaplan, John Barrett, Bruce Shelly (credit varies by episodes)

Developed for Television by David H. DePatie-Friz Freleng
Based on the Characters Created by Pierre Boulle
Animation Director: Cullen Houghtaling
Storyboard Directors: Morris Gollub, Doug Wildey, Jan Green
Graphic Design: Moe Gollub, Hak Ficq, Leo Swenson, Norley Paat, Tony Sgroi, Earl Martin, George Wheeler, John Dorman, Zgyamond Jablecki, John Messina
Animation: Reuben Timmins, Jim Brummett, Ed Aardal, Joe Roman Jr., Lee Halpern, Jack Foster, Bob Kirk, Janice Stocks
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Mary O'Loughlin, Don Watson
Ink & Paint Supervision: Gertrude Timmins
Xerography: Greg Marshall
Film Editing Supervised by Bob Gillis
Film Editors: Allan Potter, Rick Steward
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Voices: Austin Stoker, Phillippa Harris, Henry Corden, Richard Blackburn, Edwin Mills, Claudette Nevins, Tom Williams
Anthropological Dialogue Researched by MacDonald Stearns, Ph.D., UCLA Department of Germanic Languages
Music by Dean Elliott
Conducted by Eric Rogers
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Camera: Ray Lee, Larry Hogan, John Burton Jr.
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Music Mixer: Eric Tomlinson
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Supervising Director & Associate Producer: Doug Wildey
Produced by David H. DePatie-Friz Freleng
In Association With Twentieth Century-Fox Television


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The Pink Panther Laugh and a Half-Hour and a Half Show
Aired from September 11th, 1976 to September 3rd, 1977 ; Aired on NBC

Voices: Arnold Stang, Arte Johnson, Tom Holland, Don Diamond, John Byner, Pat Harrington Jr.
Produced by
: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide for "Misterjaw"

NOTE: "Pink Panther" Show combined with "The Inspector", "The Ant and the Aardvark", "Texas Toads" (orginally "Tijuana Toads" for theatrical released. All voices re-dubbed to make it PC), and "Misterjaw".


Baggy Pants & the Nitwits
Aired from September 10th, 1977 to October 28th, 1978 ; Aired on NBC

"The Nitwits" Created for Television by Arte Johnson

Starring: Ruth Buzzi as Gladys
Starring: Arte Johnson as Tyrone
Direction: Bob McKimson, Sid Marcus, Brad Case, Spencer Peel
"Baggy Pants" Sequences Directed by Gerry Chiniquy
Story Editor: Bob Ogle
Writers: Bob Ogle, Dave Detiege, Cliff Roberts, Tony Benedict
Storyboard Direction: Lew Marshall
Storyboard: Alvro Arce, Bill Perez
Graphic Design: Ric Gonzales, Bob Givens, Gary Hoffman, Tony Rivera, Martin Strudler, Lin Larson, Alvro Arce, Phil Phillipson
Main Title Design: Arthur Leonardi
Animation: Jim Davis, Bill Hutten, Nelson Shin, Tony Love, Bob Bransford, Don Williams, Warren Batchelder, John Gibbs, Bob Richardson, Bob BeMiller, Bob Matz, Fred Grable, Norm McCabe, John Celestri, Lee Halpern, Bob Kirk, Bernard Posner, James Walker
Animation Checking: Armand Shaw
Film Editing Supervised by Bob Gillis
Film Editors: Rick Steward, Bob Gillis
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Mary Krebs, Sharon Thomas
Music by Doug Goodwin, Steve DePatie
"Nitwits" Conducted by Eric Rodgers
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Camera: Ray Lee, Ralph Migliori, Gary Gunther
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producer's Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


What's New Mr. Magoo?
Aired from September 10th, 1977 to September 9th, 1979 ; Aired on CBS

Starring: Jim Backus as Mr. Magoo
Additional Voices: Hal Smith, Frank Welker, Bob Ogle, Casey Kasem
Story Editor: Bob Ogle
Writers: Cliff Roberts, Bob Ogle, Dave Detiege, Milt Schaffer, Mark Jones
Animation Directors: Bob McKimson, Sid Marcus, Gerry Chiniquy, Brad Case, Bob Richardson
Storyboard Director: Lew Marshall
Graphic Design: Gary Hoffman, Ric Gonzales, Martin Strudler
Storyboards: Lew Marshall, Jan Green, Art Leonardi, Bill Perez, Alvro Arce
Main Title Design: Art Leonardi
Animation: Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Don Williams, Lee Halpern, John Gibbs, Norm McCabe, Bob Kirk, Bob BeMiller, John Celestri, Bill Hutten, Tony Love, Jim Davis, Bob Bransford, Bernard Posner, Fred Grable, Warren Batchelder, Bob Matz, James Walker
Animation Checking: Armand Shaw
Film Editing Supervised by Bob Gillis
Film Editors: Rick Steward, Bob Gillis
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Mary Krebs, Sharon Thomas
Music by Dean Elliott
Conducted by Eric Rogers
Main Title Song: Sung by Ray Johnson; Music by Dean Elliott; Lyrics by John Bradford
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Camera by Ray Lee, John Burton Jr., Ralph Migliori, Gary Gunther
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by David H. DePatie - Friz Freleng
A DePatie-Freleng Production
Produced in Association With
U.P.A. Productions of America

Episode Guide


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Think Pink Panther!
Aired from February 4th, 1978 to September 2nd, 1978 ; Aired on NBC

Voices: Arnold Stang, Arte Johnson, Tom Holland, Don Diamond
Produced by
: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


The All New Pink Panther Show
Aired from September 9th, 1978 to September 1st, 1979 ; Aired on ABC

Voices: Larry D. Mann, Frank Welker, Hal Smith, Joan Gerber, Nancy Wible
Writers: John Dunn, Bob Ogle, Dave Detiege, Cliff Roberts, Tony Benedict
Animation Directors: Sid Marcus, Gerry Chiniquy, Bob Richardson, Dave Detiege, Art Davis, Brad Case
Pink Panther Theme by Henry Mancini
Musi
c by: Steve DePatie
Graphic Design: Martin Strudler, Ric Gonzales, Tom Yakutis
Animation: Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Don Williams, Lee Halpern, John Gibbs, Norm McCabe, Bob Kirk, Bob BeMiller, Art Vitello, Bill Hutten, Tony Love, Bernard Posner, Bob Bransford, Malcom Draper, Tiger West, Warren Batchelder, Bob Matz, Virgil Ross
Animation Checking: Armand Shaw, Barb
ara Donatelli
Film Editing Supervised by Robert Gillis
Film Editors: Robert Gannon, David DePatie Jr., Richard Corwin
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Tom Maloney, Mar
y Krebs, Sharon Thomas
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Animation Camera Super
vised by Ray Lee
Camera by Steve Wilzbach, Bob Mills, Gary Gunther
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng

Episode Guide for the new "Pink Panther" cartoons
Episode Guide for "Crazy Legs Crane"

NOTE: "Pink Panther" Show combined with "Crazy Legs Crane".


The Fantastic Four
Aired from September 9th, 1978 to Decmber 1st, 1979 ; Aired on NBC

Created for Television by Stan Lee
Starring: Mike Road as Reed Richards, Ginny Tyler as Sue Richards, Ted Cassidy as "The Thing", Frank Welker as "Herbie"
Additional Voices: Hal Smith, John Stephenson, Dick Tufeld, Don Messick, Gene Moss, Nancy Wible, Joan Gerber, Vic Perrin
Animation Director: Brad Case
Storyboards: Jack Kirby, Lew Marshall
Layouts: Hak Ficq, John Messina, Norley Paat, Warren Greenwood, John Dorman, Zygamond Jablecki
Animation: Lee Halpern, Bob Kirk, Joan Case, Francie Freeman, Virgil Ross, Nelson Shin (spelt "Shim")
Animation Checking: Armand Shaw
Music by Dean Elliott
Conducted by Eric Rogers
Music Mixer: Eric Tomlinson
Film Editing Supervised by Robert Gillis
Film Editors: David H. DePatie Jr., Richard Gannon, Richard Corwin
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Tom Maloney, Sharon Thomas
In Charge of Production: Lee Gunther
Animation Camera Supervised by Ray Lee
Camera by Steve Wilzbach, Bob Mills, Gary Gunther
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng

NOTE: Because the rights for the Human Torch was given to a movie studio, the 4th member was replaced by a robot named Herbie.

Episode Guide


Spider-Woman
Aired from September 22nd, 1979 to March 1st, 1980 ; Aired on ABC

Created for Television by Stan Lee
Written by Jeff Scott
Voices: Joan Van Ark, Bruce Miller, Bryan Scott, Lou Krugman, Larry Carroll, John Mayer, Vic Perrin, Ilene Latter, Tony Young, Karen Machon, John Milford, Dick Tufeld
Animation Directors: Bob Richardson, Gerry Chiniquy, Sid Marcus, David Detiege
Voice Direction: Cullen B. Houghtaling
Storyboard Direction by Mario Piluso
Graphic Design by George Goode
Layouts: C.L. Hartman, Rex Barron, Dan Noonan, Roy Wilson, Barrington Bunce, Terry Windell, Rene Garcia, Hak Ficq, Karenia Kaminski
Character Models: Mel Keefer
Titles Designed by Arthur Leonardi
Animation: Lee Halpern, John Gibbs, Tom Ray, Bernard Posner, Bob Bransford, Bob Bemiller, Bob Kirk, Jim Keeshen, Walter Kubiak, Mark Glamack, Art Vitello, Tiger West, Roy Myrick
Music Composed and Conducted by Eric Rogers
Film Editing Supervised by Robert Gillis
Film Editor: Richard Gannon
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Backgrounds Supervised by Richard H. Thomas
Backgrounds: Sharon Thomas, Rolando Oliva
Music Mixer: Eric Tomlinson
Animation Camera Supervised by Raymond E. Lee
Camera by Steve Wilzbach, Robert Mills, Gary Gunther
Production Mixer: Steve Orr
Sound by Producers' Sound Service, Inc.
Produced by Lee Gunther
Executive Producers: David H. DePatie & Friz Freleng

Episode Guide


Spider-Man
Aired in 1981; Aired in syndication

Animation Directors: Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Kay Wright
Voice Talents Of Jack Angel, Lynn Johnson, Lee Bailey, Morgan Lofting, Billy Boyett, Mona Marshall, Cory Burton, Jack DeLeon, Wally Burr, George Dicenzo, Phil Clarke, Walker Edmister, Rege Cordic, Ron Feinberg, Henry Cordon, Brian Fuld, Brad Crandall, Linda Gary, Peter Cullen, Ralph James, Brian Cummings, Buster Jones, Jeff David, Stanley Jones, Les Lampson, Marulyn Schreffler, John Mayer, Ted Schwartz, Don Messick, Gary Seger, Arlin Miller, Michale Scheekan, Vic Perrin, John Stephenson, Tony Pope, Andre Stojha, Richard Ramos, B.J. Ward, Gene Ross, Bill Woodson, Michard Rye
Voice Direction: Walter S. Burr
Recording Mixer: Ken Rayzor
Layouts: Lyle Beddes, Larry Huber, Bruce Bennett, Elaine Hultgren, Norm Cabral, Boyd Kirkland, Dan Faucett, Mario Pulso, Neil Galloway, Debra Pugh, Greg Garcia, Keith Sargent, Gary Graham, Dave Sharp, Rick Graham, Roy Smith, Karl Hepworth, Grant Wilson, Stuart Heimdall, Roy Wilson, Bill Wray
Storyboards: Rich Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Mario Piluso, Henry Tucker
Music Composed and Conducted by John Douglas
Writers: Creighton Barnes, Doug Booth, Francis H. Feighan, Donald F. Glut, Jack Hanrahan, Christy Mark, Larry Parr, Jeffrey Scott
Supervising Editor: Robert T. Gillis
Music Editor: Joe Siracusa
Effects Editors: Jim Blodgett, Richard Gannon
Production Manager: Kathy Condon
Checking Supervisor: Armand Shaw
Created for Television by Stan Lee
Produced by Art Vitello
Executive Producers: David H. DePatie, Lee Gunther

NOTE: Early episodes were produced at DePatie-Freleng. Subsequent episodes were produced at Marvel Production, which is what DFE eventually merged into.

 

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