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Encyclopedia > Stunt Dawgs

Stunt Dawgs was a comic book by Nelson Dewey and Michael Gallabner, that was later turned it to a short lived cartoon series in 1992, about a team of stuntmen (and a stunt woman) who were also to some extent hero problem solvers. Image File history File links Stunt Dawgs Logo File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Nelson Dewey (December 13, 1813 - July 21, 1889) was a member of the Democratic Party, and the First Governor of Wisconsin from 1848 - 1852. ... 1992 (MCMXCII) was a leap year starting on Wednesday. ... A stunt performer is someone who performs dangerous stunts. ...


  • Neil Crone as Whizz Kid and Needham
  • Harvey Atkin as Badyear and Half a Mind
  • Ron Rubin as Slime and Airball
  • Barbara Budd as Nina Newscaster
  • Greg Morton as Crash, Velma and Splat
  • John Stocker as Richard P. Fungus
  • Greg Swanson as Skidd and Lucky
  • Lenore Zann as Sizzle and Bambi

Harvey Atkin (born January 1, 1942 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor who has worked in feature films and television. ... Ron Rubin (born August 27, 1959 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a veteran voice actor whose voice is most easily recognized as that of Artemis from the English translation of Sailor Moon. ... Barbara Budd is a Canadian actor and radio announcer. ... John Stocker was born in Canada on August 12, 1948. ...


  • Executive Producers: Jeff Franklin, Steve Waterman, Andy Heyward, Raymond Butler
  • Co Executive Producer: Robby London
  • Produced and Directed by: John Grusd
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Brian A. Miller
  • Associate Producers: Kenneth T. Ito, Amanda Ruhland, Kathryn Ellis
  • Assisted by: William A. Ruiz, Eben F. Eldridge, Patrick Amschler
  • Production Supervisor: Stacey Gallishaw
  • Talent Coordinator: J.W.N. Hicks
  • Casting: Greg Morton
  • Production Coordinator: Kurt Weldon
  • Production Assistants: Rene Toporzysek, Peter Sebastian
  • Voice Director: Dan Hennessey
  • Art Director: Rusty Olson
  • Recording Assistants: Louis Burrell, Doug Maddick, Michael Mancini, Kent W. Meredith, Chris Lloyd, Allan Dinehart
  • Assisted by: Monica Wakefield, Koarnie Goldberg-Henson, Scott McBride
  • Story Editor: Phil Harnage
  • Script Coordinator: Lori Crawford
  • Coordinating Producer: Michael Maliani
  • Developed by: Nelson Dewey, Michael Gallabner
  • Assisted by: Lex Bradford, Phil Stapleton, Monica Wakefield
  • Storyboard: Ronald Harris, Peter Kingston, Mark Rubinchik, Len Glasser, Keith Matz, Blair Peters, Francis Barrios, Marty Hammond, John Geffen, Scott Jorgensen, Adrian Gonzalez, Nigel Tully, Stan Gaziola, Edwin T. Neberes, Zhi Gang Wang, Mike Swannigan
  • Storyboard Supervisors: Romeo Lopez, Rodolfo Messina
  • Storyboard Cleanup: Budd Lewis, Tom Nesbitt, Brad Blakeslee, Stephen Burpo, Darryl McNeil, Val Arce, Marcus Walkington, Cullen Blaine, Kris Sherwood, David Hubbell, Scott Shaw, Maria Sanchez, Roger Chiasson, Maxine Berkeley
  • Animation Timing: William Reed, Vincent Davis
  • Assisted by: Jack Spillum
  • Character Designers: Jordan Reichek, Donn Greer, Charlie Steve Zembillas, Ernest Cochran, Fred Carrillo, Jules Wallace, Wayne Becker, Miles Teves, Steve Purcell, Paul Felix, Jonathan Donerthey, Will Henry, Jocelyn Hogan, Marian D. Wright, Carolyn Gair, Ken Mulroney, Sandy Koptiopoulos
  • Background Designers: Andy Tougas, Gilbert Hung, Amado Sangalang, Vladimir Spasojevic, Hector Martinez, Timothy Barnes, Dan Wong, Cesar Decastro, Knud Skov, Richard Ziehler-Martin, Hugh Pettibone, Olaf Millar, Fran James, Susannah Bluffe, Ricardo Delgado, Pat Agnasion, Nicola Cuti, Kim Chun Liu, Bruno J. Hamilton, Eddy Corpsley
  • Prop Designers: Bill Ewing, Brenda Piluso, Wayne Schulz, Trevor Bentley, Dean Jackson, Joey McManus, Toby Stevenson, Enrique B. May
  • Character & Prop Color Stylist: Sandy Koptiopoulos
  • Lip Model: Maureen Trueblood
  • Assisted by: Valerie Hawke
  • Color Backgrounds: Joan Igawa, Stephen Lee, Teri Shikasho
  • Color Designers: Alison Gefre, Kathy Gilmore
  • Translation: Minoru Terau, Kazuko Smith, Minnie S.M. Kim, Joseph C. Cho, Noriko Norvell, Charlie E. Halsey, Arlene Palmer
  • Storyboard Slugging: John Grusd, Vincent Davis, Karl Fischer, Pierre Lange, Don Spencer
  • Storyboard Translation: Jung Ran Son, Joseph C. Cho
  • Storyboard Assistants: Mark Rubinchik, Keith Tucker, Joe Bingelli, Jennifer Stillwell, Abel Laxamana, Janice Nicholson, Michael Xerxes, Kathryn Jones, Ron Myrick, Carl Police, Kunio Shimamura, Greg Gibbons, John Bentley, Don Manuel, Steve Swaja, Mario Piluso, Fred Myers, Kit Harper, John Richard Childlaw, Lester Gooch, George Lafayette, Mark Rubinchik, Byron Vaughn, Zlatko Grigg, Ric Machin, Neil Hunter, Eric Chu, Karen Dawes, Dan Veesenmeyer
  • Sheet Timing: E.O. Lee
  • Animation Director: Mike Stribling
  • Timing Directors: Ted Blackman, Gerald Forton, Fred Crippen, Paula Laford
  • Exposure Sheet Timers: Walt Kubiak, Louis Scarborough, Gordon Coulthart, Kent Butterworth, Charles Avery, Tony Love, George Goodchild, Shirley E. Walsingtone, Milton Knight, Lee M. Berkeley, Paul Scarzo, Stan Phillips, Laurent Spiers, Jill Goularte, Clinton A. Soloman, Douglas Ball, Edmund Graham, Fred Miller, Kurt Connor, Greg Perkins, Drew Gentle, Diane Bennett, Art Mawhinney, Warren Burnett, Greg Hill, Leo Sullivan, Milimetron Dibujos Animados
  • Assisted by: George Hamwick
  • Production Staff: Trace Ellis, Chris Hammond, Joshua Lou Friedman
  • Executives in Charge of Post Production: Thierry Laurin, Kevin O'Donnell
  • Film Editors: Gregory K. Bowron, Richard Bruce Elliott, Allan Gelbart
  • Dialogue Editors: Heather C. Elliott, Theresa M. Gilroy, Donald P. Zappala, Ron Fedele, Robert O'Brien, Peter Tomaszewicz, Lida Saskova, Danielle Ross
  • Post Production Supervisors: Richard S. Gannon, Brad Gonzalez Jr.
  • Assisted by: Larry Cariou
  • Post Assistants: Ken Barrett, Winnie Chaffee
  • Re-Recording Engineer: Ray Leonard
  • Sound Engineering: Brian Eimer
  • Supervising Sound Engineer: Michael J. Cowan
  • Assisted by: Kimberly R. Francis
  • Music Editor: John Mortarotti
  • Supervising Music Editors: Stuart Goetz, Daniel J. Johnson
  • Format: Mel Ashkenas, Anthony Eugene, C.K. Horness
  • Format Editors: Mark McNally, Susan Odjakjian
  • Videotape Supervisors: Tonda Lark, Fifun A. Amini
  • Assistant Editors: Trudy Alexander, Kris Gilpin
  • Post Production Coordinator: Alfred Lang
  • Assisted by: Brenda Sherman
  • Sound Effects by: Scott Jennings
  • Theme Song Written by: Matt McGuire, Sandy Howell
  • Music by: Eric Allaman
  • Music Supervisor: Joanne Miller
  • Assisted by: Judy Sampson-Brown, Melissa Gentry
  • Overseas Supervisor: Winnie Chaffee
  • Overseas Consultant: Douglas Potter
  • Opening Titles: Canvas Inc.
  • Animation: Pacific Rim Productions
  • © 1992 Rainforest Entertainment Productions/Waterman Franklin Pictures Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  • Creative Supervisors: Andy Heyward, Michael Maliani
  • Animation Co-Produced by: Reteitalia S.P.A. in association with Telecinco

External links

  • Stunt Dawgs at TV.com
  • Nelson Dewey's Comic Page

  Results from FactBites:
Stunt Dawgs @ Toonarific Cartoons (246 words)
Whatever the reason for the name, the real inspiration for Stunt Dawgs was a 1978 Burt Reynolds film called Hooper, in which the mustachioed macho man played an aging stuntman trying to pull off the most dangerous stunt ever.
Somehow, the Dawgs had gotten themselves tangled up in a contract with Fungus Studios, and crooked lawyer Slyme (a Fungus flunky) constantly tried to force them to honor it, even (or especially) at the cost of their own lives.
Only 40 episodes of Stunt Dawgs were produced, and the show wasn’t syndicated as widely as some of its competitors.
Stunt Dawgs TV Show - Stunt Dawgs Television Show - TV.com (176 words)
Stunt Dawgs is an animated series about a group of movie stuntmen who fight crime in their spare time.
The show revolves around the manic antics of the Stunt Dawgs, a band of Hollywood stuntmen (and one woman) who double as troubleshooters.
Lucky, the usually unlucky member of the Stunt Scabs, turns out to be extremely lucky on Friday the 13th and Richard P. Fungus wants to take advantage of this to steal gold from Fort Knox.
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