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Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law

Title
Format Animated series
Created by Michael Ouweleen
Erik Richter
(based on characters created by Hanna-Barbera)
Starring Gary Cole
Stephen Colbert
Peter MacNicol
John Michael Higgins
Thomas Allen
Country of origin Flag of the United States United States
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 39 (List of episodes)
Production
Running time 12 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
Original run December 30, 2000July 22, 2007
External links
IMDb profile
TV.com summary

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law is a North American animated television series comedy created by Williams Street that airs on Cartoon Network during its Adult Swim late night programming block. The series' pilot first aired in 2000, and later became a full-blown series in 2001.[1] The show revolves around the activity of the Sebben & Sebben law firm, which is staffed mainly by superheroes and other characters who had originally been featured in 1960s-era Hanna-Barbera, most notably Birdman and the Galaxy Trio. The series had its final episode in 2007, and Cartoon Network has not shown any intent to continue.[citation needed] Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... Michael Ouweleen is the writer and producer of the animated television series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. ... Erik Richter is a screen writer and the creator of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. ... Cartoon Network Studios, formerly known as Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. ... Gary Cole (born September 20, 1956) is an American actor, known for numerous roles, including the television series Fatal Vision, The West Wing, Midnight Caller, American Gothic, Wanted and Crusade, and the films Office Space, In the Line of Fire, Kiss the Sky, Dodgeball, The Brady Bunch Movie, A Very... This article is about Stephen Colbert, the actor. ... Peter MacNicol (born April 10, 1954 in Dallas, Texas) is an Emmy Award winning American actor. ... John Michael Higgins (born February 12, 1963) is an American actor whose film credits include Christopher Guests mockumentaries and the role of David Letterman in HBOs The Late Shift. ... The list below includes the aldermen of Chicago in order by ward. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... This is a list of episodes of the animated television series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. ... For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ... is the 364th day of the year (365th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... is the 203rd day of the year (204th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... For other uses of terms redirecting here, see US (disambiguation), USA (disambiguation), and United States (disambiguation) Motto In God We Trust(since 1956) (From Many, One; Latin, traditional) Anthem The Star-Spangled Banner Capital Washington, D.C. Largest city New York City National language English (de facto)1 Demonym American... An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... Williams Street (formerly known as Ghost Planet Industries after Space Ghosts home base) is a division of Cartoon Network, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting, an operational unit of Time Warner. ... For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ... Adult Swim is the name for an adult-oriented television programming network. ... A law firm is a business entity formed by one or more lawyers to engage in the practice of law. ... For other uses, see Superhero (disambiguation). ... The 1960s decade refers to the years from the beginning of 1960 to the end of 1969. ... Cartoon Network Studios, formerly known as Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. ... Birdman Birdman and the Galaxy Trio was animated science fiction series created by Alex Toth for Hanna-Barbera. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...

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Premise

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law features ex-superhero Harvey Birdman of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio as an attorney working for a law firm alongside other cartoon stars from 1960s and 1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series. Similarly, Harvey's clients are also primarily composed of characters taken from Hanna-Barbera cartoon series of the same era. Many of Birdman's nemeses featured in his former cartoon series also became attorneys, often representing the opposing side of a given case. An attorney is someone who represents someone else in the transaction of business: For attorney-at-law, see lawyer, solicitor, barrister or civil law notary. ... A law firm is a business entity formed by one or more lawyers to engage in the practice of law. ... The 1960s decade refers to the years from the beginning of 1960 to the end of 1969. ... The 1970s decade refers to the years from 1970 to 1979, also called The Seventies. ...


Harvey usually fills the role of a criminal defense attorney, though he will act as a civil litigator or other such job when the plot calls for it. The series uses a surrealist style of comedy, featuring characters, objects, and jokes that are briefly introduced and rarely (if ever) referenced thereafter.[citation needed] Also, because the series relies heavily on pop culture references to classic television animation, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law constantly delves into parody, even featuring clips of these series or specially-created scenes which mimic the distinctive style of the animation being referenced.[citation needed] While there is little continuity between the episodes, various episodes references Harvey's (or another superhero's) former crimefighting career. The episode "Turner Classic Birdman" even serves to bridge the gap between Birdman and the Galaxy Trio and Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law.[citation needed] A lawyer in the United States is technically called an attorney at law or an attorney-at-law. ... In the common law, civil law refers to the area of law governing relations between private individuals. ... This photograph, a cow with antlers standing on a pole, is an example of surreal humour. ... Popular culture, or pop culture, is the vernacular (peoples) culture that prevails in a modern society. ... In contemporary usage, a parody (or lampoon) is a work that imitates another work in order to ridicule, ironically comment on, or poke some affectionate fun at the work itself, the subject of the work, the author or fictional voice of the parody, or another subject. ... In fiction, continuity is consistency of the characteristics of persons, plot, objects, places and events seen by the reader or viewer. ...


Instead of rigid plot structure, much of the humor is derived from the fact that superheroes and supervillains are given more realistic and human qualities, such as a mad scientist named Reducto, who becomes a paranoid prosecutor. Also, several of the plots revolve around the popular myths about classic Hanna-Barbera characters, such as Shaggy and Scooby-Doo being stoners. Doctor Doom, one of the most archetypal supervillains and his arch-enemies The Fantastic Four (in background). ... Scooby-doo is also British naval divers slang for civilian sport scuba diver. Scooby-Doo is an important character in animation up to this day Scooby-Doo is a long-running animated series produced for television by Hanna-Barbera Productions from 1969 to 1986, 1988 to 1991, and from 2002... Recreational drug use is the use of psychoactive drugs for recreational purposes rather than for work, medical or spiritual purposes, although the distinction is not always clear. ...


Although the first season was animated using traditional cel animation, the remaining seasons were animated using Adobe Flash. The reason for the switch was that the animation studio was having difficulty maintaining the fast pace of the show, and thus the production of episodes slowed down due to constant retakes. By animating the series at Turner Studios in Atlanta, Georgia with Flash, not only were problems corrected faster, but production costs were much lower.[citation needed] Some animation was also done for the show at Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver, British Columbia.[citation needed] Traditional animation, sometimes also called cel animation or hand-drawn animation, is the oldest and historically the most popular form of animation. ... Adobe Flash (previously called Shockwave Flash and Macromedia Flash) is a set of multimedia technologies developed and distributed by Adobe Systems and earlier by Macromedia. ... Atlanta redirects here. ... Animation for the Viva Piñata television series is being done at Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver, Canada. ... For other uses, see Vancouver (disambiguation). ... Motto: Splendor sine occasu (Latin: Splendour without diminishment) Capital Victoria Largest city Vancouver Official languages English (de facto) Government Lieutenant-Governor Steven Point Premier Gordon Campbell (BC Liberal) Federal representation in Canadian Parliament House seats 36 Senate seats 6 Confederation July 20, 1871 (6th province) Area  Ranked 5th Total 944...


Characters

Sebben & Sebben

Description
Harvey Birdman starred in the Hanna-Barbera show Birdman and the Galaxy Trio in the 1960s (his alter ego from that show, Ray Randal, is not used). He gets strength and power from sunlight, and grows weak if kept away from the sun for too long. His superpowers include flight, the ability to create a shield of solid light, and the ability to shoot destructive energy beams from his fists. These powers are thought to stem from the crest on his helmet, though Harvey isn't entirely sure of the crest's true role in his powers. He has since retired from his superhero job and is now working for the law firm of Sebben & Sebben. Harvey is 6'6", and has large wings growing out of his back, genetically inherited from his father. His clients consist of other Hanna-Barbera characters of the past and present.
Avenger, a large purple eagle, is Harvey's old sidekick, who now serves as his legal secretary. Avenger sits on a perch on Harvey's desk, and sleeps in a canary cage in the office at night. Avenger's tasks usually involve taking dictation or filing. Avenger is badly hindered by his inability to speak (except in the episode "Mufti Trouble", where Avenger temporarily developed the ability to speak), even though it is clear that he can understand, or at least perceive, the meaning in the speech of other characters. Avenger can type and write English by claw, and Harvey seems to understand every "caw" he says. As a running gag, Avenger will commonly snatch the cute animal sidekicks of the people Harvey represents (Scrappy-Doo, Chim-Chim, etc.) in his talons.
Debbie is Harvey's secretary; although she is clearly seen in a few episodes, she's usually presented as just a voice on Harvey's intercom. It's implied that she hates her job, and that Harvey greatly relies on her. First appearances: "Bannon Custody Battle" (voice only), "X, the Exterminator" (full appearance).
Peanut was hired by Harvey to be his legal clerk; this character is modeled after Birdboy, who appeared in several episodes of the original Birdman cartoon. Unlike Birdman, Peanut's powers are not biological; his wings are mechanical, and his shield and energy beams come from "power bands" on his wrists. In most cases, he is unnervingly cool and calculated, often in extreme contrast to the goings-on around him, but can often be seen working behind the scenes towards uncertain or explicitly seedy ends. He sports a pink and green sweater-vest and often speaks in a hushed and whispered tone. He has an ongoing rivalry/partnership with Avenger where they dig a large hole in the middle of Harvey's office or play Foozball together. He speaks Japanese, Spanish, and French. First appearance: "Shaggy Busted." Quotes
Phil Ken Sebben was the president and co-founder of the law firm Sebben & Sebben. Back when Birdman was a superhero, Phil was Harvey's boss, code-named "Falcon Seven." He was recognizable by his blonde hair, an eyepatch, and a dark suit. He co-founded the firm with twin brother Bill when they were twenty-six years old (they were distinguishable by the fact their eyepatches are on opposite eyes). It is uncertain if he really has a religion, but he is shown making Harvey a bounty hunter in a very Jewish way in the episode Booty Noir. He has a habit of laughing whenever he says a double entendre or a non sequitur, followed by a short joke such as after falling off a building his arm seems to be backward he asks a passser by "Hey lady, i need a yank. Ha haaa, Dislocation."). He has numerous vision problems; it is implied that he is blind in the eye not covered by his eyepatch, and he states that he "sees everything 3 feet to the left" of where they really are, and must account for this fact. First appearance: "Death By Chocolate." Quotes
Peter Potamus works at the law firm of Sebben & Sebben as a lawyer. The former star of Peter Potamus, he has taken the role of annoying co-worker, as well as an accomplished lecher and glutton. He often uses the catch phrase, "Did you get that thing I sent you?" He takes this catchphrase to a personal level (he gets upset when someone doesn't get the thing) and to almost a spiritual level (whenever he is portrayed as a god, the catchphrase is almost the whole focus of the religion). Potamus is often unexpectedly caught mating with women in the office, often on a desk, followed usually by a quick "What the-", or the occasional "Mein Gott," German for "My God." He has a love/hate relationship with Judy Ken Sebben, and later in the series he acquired the ability to transform into the savage "Incredible Hippo" when angrily provoked. He had fingers up until late in season 3, after which they were replaced by flat, fingerless hands.[citation needed] First appearance: "Deadomutt, Part 1." Quotes
Antonio de Ribera Garcia Azul Falcón ("Blue" to his friends) is a Hispanic lawyer who is very charming and popular. Also known as the superhero Blue Falcon, Falcón was first introduced as a new partner in the Sebben & Sebben firm. Falcón often relies on his sidekick Dynomutt. He has a penchant for giving away "expensive and beautiful" silk clothing, which is often a cue for throwing an impromptu party (upon which he yells "Now, we make PARTY!"). An incompetent lawyer, he was later demoted to a men's room attendant in the Sebben & Sebben building. Phil states that he has a "sissy European lisp thingy." First appearance: "Deadomutt, Part 1." Quotes
Judy Ken Sebben is Phil's daughter, who seems to be very interested in Harvey's work as a lawyer. She takes on the alter ego of Birdgirl (who appeared in one episode of the original cartoon) and attempts to integrate herself with the "Bird Team"; however, her over-eagerness and clumsiness grates on Harvey, and he only begrudgingly accepts her role as his "sidekick." Birdgirl's actions seem to hearken back to the action T.V. shows of the '60s and '70s, often using campy full-screen onomatopoeia like "Punch!" and "Wham!", similar to the original Batman series; she also gave Harvey's inconspicuous sedan a complete overhaul, changing it into the Birdmobile (akin to the Batmobile, complete with "recirc rocket"). She has a habit of speaking her inner monologues regarding her secret identity out loud and often into a public address system. Her father Phil is oblivious to the fact that "Birdgirl" is really his own daughter, and flirts with her in their encounters when she is wearing her mask. Judy also assisted Peter Potamus in controlling his transformation into the "Incredible Hippo" with grinding, erotic yoga exercises. First appearance: "Birdgirl of Guantanamole."
Bear is a recurring pantomime character who appears randomly throughout each episode, often at the end joining in with the laughter of the rest of the cast. Bear's actual role at the law firm is unclear, commonly believed to be a lawyer/bartender, and his presence among the employees seems to often go unnoticed or unmentioned by the others. He is often seen randomly assisting the others in various bizarre tasks. He sometimes comments by smiling and releasing a cute and inquisitive-sounding "Awr?" The bear was designed by Vincent Waller, an animator and story-board artist who worked on Ren and Stimpy and other John Kricfalusi projects, as well as SpongeBob SquarePants and Duckman. Ouweleen describes the bear as "the most zen creature on Earth." First appearance: "Very Personal Injury."
Clown is another recurring pantomime character like Bear he appears randomly in various episodes, usually in the court room making balloon animals. First appearance: "Shoyu Weenie."

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Rival lawyers

Description
Myron Reducto is an attorney at Freezoid, Zarog & Skon, and is one of Harvey's most common courtroom opponents, as well as one of Birdman's closest friends. He is a small man with green-tinged skin, and brandishes a raygun that shrinks its target. He and Birdman were once enemies but seem to have put aside their differences, clashing only on a professional level, often having lunch together and even carpooling. He is highly obsessive compulsive and prone to occasional paranoid and/or conspiracy theorist monologues, particularly about people who are smaller than he is, like Inch High Private Eye or Atom Ant. He drives a new Mini Cooper, and his political views have been suggested to be Libertarian. Some of Reducto's common catch phrases are "Back off!", "I'll make you teensy!", "I'll make you fun size!", "I'll make you travel size" and "I will shrink you!" Quotes First appearance: "Very Personal Injury."
Vulturo is another one of Harvey's former villains turned rival lawyers. His primary set-back is a speech impediment that he seems entirely unaware of; he has a thick, pompous accent and though he will often start talking in a normal posh voice, he soon trails off into incomprehensible gibberish. This seems to have little effect on his success rate as a lawyer. He lives in a subterranean lair, somewhat similar to the Batcave. His original assistant, Dirth, was a robotic vulture but is now a cigarette lighter. First appearance: "Bannon Custody Battle."
Evelyn Spyro Throckmorton is a villain/lawyer with tendencies toward the dramatic. Fancying himself as a thespian, he stages theater, spoken word plays, and opera in the courtroom as oral arguments. He often talks above witnesses, occasionally questioning them in foreign speeches. He prepped at Choate and received his law degree from Yale.First appearance: "Shaggy Busted."
Stan Freezoid (known as Dr. Freezoids in the original series) is another villain/lawyer, whose main ability is freezing. His personality and demeanor as a lawyer is that of a stereotypical ambulance chaser, though Reducto says he is "the best criminal defense guy in the business." His business suit appears to be painted onto his robotic form. Of all the rival lawyers, he is by far the least eccentric and most level-headed. He usually seems rather benign, but he has an explosive temper when ignored, often threatening, "I'll freeze your ass!" He is a Name Partner at Freezoid, Zarog & Skon. First appearance: "Deadomutt, Part 2."
Shado the Brain Thief is a lawyer who has telepathic abilities, much like those of Mentok. However, unlike Mentok, Shado uses his abilities to harass opposing counsel in a rather obnoxious manner. Shado is apt to sway juries with his 'brain-thieving.' First appearance: "Harvey's Civvy."
M!!!butu is an African Witch doctor who often appears during chaotic scenes yelling in mock-Zulu and jabbing a spear. His name is pronounced "Mmm*click*click*click*mmbutu", and he is a member of the board at Freezoid, Zarog & Skon. First appearance: "Bannon Custody Battle."

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Court

Description
Judge Mentok the Mind-taker is a former enemy of Birdman, but now is a court judge who often hears his cases. He has various psychic powers including: teleportation, telepathy, hypnotism, precognition, and telekinesis — all referred to as "mind taking" — but he rarely uses them for anything beyond sophomoric mischief. He has been given the personality of a cocky and flamboyant stage magician; because of this, he often predicts the result of the cases he presides over before they have even started. He often makes an entrance, such as appearing in a cloud of smoke or from a bolt of lightning. Mentok's gavel is a brain on a handle, which squishes when struck. Mentok often imitates a theremin when carrying on with great vanity about his mind taking powers. He also seems to enjoy patronizing people such as Inch High Private Eye and especially the courtroom's bailiff, while the bailiff usually just ignores him and stares forward with a blank expression. During his time on Earth, Mentok has worked as a mufti, a genie, a sex trade worker, a Cossack, and an E.S.T. instructor. His main catch phrase is "Booweeoop" to give the impression of eerie sci-fi theremin music sound and is said whilst moving his hands around in a circular motion often when 'Mind Taking'. First appearance: "Shoyu Weenie." Quotes.
Judge Hiram Mightor was a Hanna-Barbera superhero of the Sixties known as Mighty Mightor, one who lived in prehistoric times and got his powers from a magic club. He uses a club as a gavel of sorts and speaks with a Southern accent (as opposed to the cartoon from which he is derived). He dresses in traditional judge's robes and wig. Mightor is always coughing up various objects, including a squirrel, a clown car, a miniature Yngwie J. Malmsteen, and a miniature Mightor which proceeds to cough up another, even smaller Mightor. He has a problem remembering names, often mangling Birdman's name into "Mister Birdbath," "Mr. Bumnuts," "Beanbag," "Mr. Buttermilk," or "Bootylicious." On occasion, when a double entendre is made about something related to male genitalia, the scene will briefly cut to Mightor in a setting holding a long object upwards (for example his a golf club (in "SPF"), a pool noodle (in "The Devlin Made Me Do It") etc.), while swirling it around slightly and saying, "Deedle-deedle-dee." In some episodes (especially those aired after The Dabba Don), he is seen lying under a large rock, with a muffled "Hello?" heard coming from beneath it. First appearance: "Bannon Custody Battle."
The Bailiff is the court's bailiff. His main function is to announce the arrival of the judge, and Mentok in particular often has the Bailiff announce him in a particularly grand fashion. Often picked on by Mentok who is shown at one stage explaining to The Bailiff the importance of mind taking. In later episodes, he became a mute character, referenced by Mentok saying "Oh, you don't talk.". First appearance: "Shoyu Weenie."

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X the Eliminator is an enemy of Birdman's who was originally commissioned by the organization F.E.A.R. to obtain Birdman's (alleged) source of power, the Crest on Birdman's helmet. This is a departure from the original series, in which he was hired to kill Birdman and bring the crest as proof — in this series, X does in fact suggest killing Birdman, which F.E.A.R. reacts to with surprise. His failure to do so has, over several decades, turned him into a stalking fanatic with a love/hate relationship with Birdman, despite the fact Birdman had completely forgotten about him until he meeting him once after becoming a lawyer. X's tool of choice is an ungainly silver death console with a telescoping laser emitter that uses obsolete vacuum tube technology. In one episode it's revealed that X installed a huge black spying camera, half the size of Harvey's desk in the corner of his office, it has a huge glowing red X on it proof that it belongs to X. It's been installed there for quote "oh i don't know a few years?" and it also recorded a unknown event "oh i got that on tape!" as said by X when Harvey asked if he knows about "that one time". It only appeared once due to Harvy blowing it up, after he found out it was there. X often misses opportunities to attack Birdman with his death console because it takes a long time to recharge after he fires it. X is never seen out of his hooded costume; at one point he got plastic surgery because he was under the impression Birdman wouldn't notice him because of the way he looked, but it made no visible difference in his appearance. He frequently arrives at Birdman's office to eliminate him, but Harvey's secretary Debbie almost always mistakes him for hired help. X is shown to live in a small room which is filled with Birdman memorabilia. According to the credits of the episode of his first appearance, one of the voiced characters is known as "X's Wife," so it is possible that X is in fact married. His room, mannerisms and initial introduction, however, lead the viewer to believe that he lives with his mother. Later evidence seems to suggest he lives with his close friend Zardo as well. First appearance: "X, the Exterminator."
Gigi is a recurring character, first appearing as a trainer in a gym. She has at least ten husbands and frequently philanders with male characters on the show, except for Harvey (despite his being one of her husbands). She usually calls him "Harry" or "Henry." She is based on the character Gravity Girl (hence the name: G.G.= Gigi) from the original Birdman and the Galaxy Trio; her Galaxy Trio team-mates Vapor Man and Meteor Man have occasional cameos as her current/former casual boyfriends, Vince and Terry. First appearance: "Trio's Company."
Apache Chief is a small-time superhero and former member of the Super Friends, whose power is enlarging himself to immense size. Apache Chief once hired Harvey to represent him in a case where he spilled hot coffee on himself and burned his genitals, losing the ability to enlarge. From then on, he appears in various episodes with a deep fear of coffee. As a fellow third-string superhero, Harvey often comes to Apache for advice such as having him talk to Peanut about going through "superty". First appearance: "Very Personal Injury."
Black Vulcan is a small-time superhero who was once a member of the Super Friends. His power is that of lightning, which he sums up as, "Pure electricity... in my pants." He used to insist upon being called "Supervolt," but has since accepted "Black Vulcan" as his super-moniker, although he insists he got the name because of racism. In most of his appearances, he or another character says some variation on the phrase, "In my pants." First appearance: "Very Personal Injury." Quotes
Zardo is a former enemy of Birdman, having relented his criminal ways apparently to be a home-maker and best friend of X the Eliminator. He has a mace in place of a left hand, is never seen without his bullet-shaped helmet (through which only his eyes can be seen), and speaks with a German accent. Zardo also has characteristics of fanaticism, but much toned down compared to X. He also seems to be the voice of reason with X, as well as carrying a homosexual attraction for him. (A running gag is the fact that Zardo always takes notice whenever X's pants rip.) Although he does his best to assist X, he is frequently annoyed by the fact X considers himself "alone". First appearance: "X Gets the Crest."
The Bartender is the man behind the counter at The Birdcage, a bar Harvey frequents with his friends. Oddly, he appears to be a former agent of F.E.A.R., an organization that was determined to destroy Birdman in his superhero days. First appearance: "Very Personal Injury."
Mr. Fezz is a man from somewhere around Arabia. He is a short bald man, wearing a red fez, a pink vest, and white pants. He usually steals Harvey's stuff, such as his stapler. First appearance: "Grape Juiced."
Professor Elliott Taggart the Deadly Duplicator is a villain from Birdman's superhero days who continues to be his enemy. First seen (in this series) in the background during Murro the Marauder's civil suit against Harvey, Elliott later became a recurring character who's determined to destroy Birdman after Birdman mistakenly pronounced his name "Eel-ee-ot" after reading his nametag (his nametag incorrectly spelled his name with one 'l' and one 't', much to Elliott's chagrin, and the mistake couldn't be corrected despite the fact that the copy shop he was working at offered "nametags while you wait"). He wears a pair of glasses that fire a ray which instantly creates living, thinking duplicates of whomever it's aimed at; the duplicates and the original often have difficulty determining which of them is which. He works for a duplication service company, rides solo on a bicycle for two, and lives in a house that has two of everything, including chimneys. First appearances: "Harvey's Civvy" (non-speaking cameo), "Identity Theft" (speaking role).
M!!!butu Junior is M!!!butu's son. He is identical to M!!!butu, but is slightly shorter. He is a master of voodoo arts and is quite nifty with a blow dart. First appearance: "Grape Juiced."

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Cast and crew

Main cast

Crew

  • Michael Ouweleen, Erik Richter -- Creators/Writers
  • Evan W. Adler -- Producer
  • Richard Ferguson-Hull -- Director (Second, Third and Fourth Seasons)
  • Ben Jones -- Director (First Season)
  • Vincent Waller -- Supervising Director (First Season)
  • J. J. Sedelmaier -- Director (Pilot)
  • Kevin Desmarais -- Line Producer
  • Nikki Giles -- Associate Producer, Producer DVD2, DVD3
  • Lisa Jones -- Associate Producer, Producer DVD1
  • Dan Sousa -- Storyboards, Animation
  • Sean Lattrell -- Storyboards
  • Les Harper -- Lead Animator (Episodes 10-22)
  • Steve Vitale -- Lead Animator (Episodes 23-39)
  • Brian DeTagyos -- Animator
  • Jon Henshaw -- Animator
  • Bryan Capik -- Animator
  • Adam Fuchs -- Animator
  • Mario Orlando -- Animator
  • Daniel Bodinof -- Animator
  • Jamal Otolorin -- Animator
  • Darrell Phillips -- Animator
  • Victor Beitzel -- Ink and Paint, Special Systems
  • Jeff Brody -- Composite
  • Daniel Golden -- Backgrounds
  • David DiMatteo -- Backgrounds
  • Jake Bauming -- Designer
  • Liz Vitale -- Designer

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DVD releases

DVD name Release date Ep # Additional information
Volume One April 12, 2005 13 This two-disc box-set contains the first thirteen episodes of the show ("Bannon Custody Battle" through "High Speed Buggy Chase") in production order, along with commentaries on selected episodes, deleted scenes, and other special features.
Volume Two October 10, 2006 13 This two-disc box-set contains the next thirteen episodes of the show ("Back to the Present" through "Evolutionary War") in production order, along with commentaries on nine episodes, additional footage and other special features.
Volume Three July 24, 2007 13 This two-disc box-set contains the final thirteen episodes of the show ("Turner Classic Birdman" through "The Death of Harvey") in production order, along with special features.

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Video game

Main article: Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law (video game)


A video game based on the series has been released for the PlayStation 2[2], Wii[3]and PlayStation Portable[4] video game consoles. PS2 redirects here. ... The Wii (pronounced as the pronoun we, IPA: ) is the fifth home video game console released by Nintendo. ... The PlayStation Portable (officially abbreviated PSP)[5] is a handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. ... The Nintendo GameCube is an example of a popular video game console. ...


It was developed by High Voltage Software (developers of Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude) and published by Capcom, with gameplay mechanics similar to Capcom's Ace Attorney trial simulation series. It was released on January 8th 2008. For the original NASA meaning, see capsule communicator. ... The logo for the first Ace Attorney games English release The logo for the fourth Ace Attorney games English release Phoenix Wright redirects here. ...


See also

This is a list of episodes of the animated television series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. ...

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