Friday, October 29, 2010

Cast Members from "Tiny Toon Adventures" and "Animaniacs"

In the mid-90's, we made a few "Tiny Toon Adventures" primetime specials while we were producing the "Animaniacs" series.  This photo was taken during a day when we were recording segments from both "Tiny Toons" and "Animaniacs."  Many of the voice actors performed roles on both shows. 

1st row, left to right:   Maurice La Marche (Dizzy Devil, Squit, the Brain),  Sherri Stoner (Slappy Squirrel, series writer, producer),  Nate Ruegger (Baby Plucky, Skippy Squirrel),  Andrea Romano (voice director),  me.  

2nd row:  Paul Rugg (voice of Mr. Director, series writer), K.C. (Sound Castle engineer),  Kelly Foley (recording editor), John Kassir (Buster Bunny).  

3rd row:  Jeff Bennett (Baloney, Charlton Woodchuck),  Jess Harnell (Wakko Warner, Walter Wolf),  Jim Cummings (Narrator, Daniel Boone),  Tress MacNeille  (Babs Bunny, Dot Warner),  Rob Paulsen  (Fowlmouth, Yakko Warner, Pinky). 

Back row:  Rich Freeman (production associate),  Harry Andronis (engineer),  Leslie Lamers (casting director),  Frank Welker (Furrball, Little Beeper, Ralph the Guard, Runt, Chicken Boo).



  1. You must have felt very fortunate to be able to still work with the Tiny Toon characters despite having moved on to a newer series. The number of TT refs in the first season of A! proves that you guys missed them. Did you know you would be getting to do the specials after production wrapped, or were they a surprise order from Fox?

    The Spring Break Special can be summed up in, "Here's all the new cultural references we would have made by now if we were given a fourth season."

  2. Steven and Margaret Loesch at Fox Kids both wanted primetime Tiny Toon we were aware that the order was coming.

  3. ^_^ I love pics like this.
    [What a bunch of dorks! :p]

  4. Man, look at that Tom Selleck 'stache on Frank Welker! I wish we could see more cast lists for other shows.

  5. Epic photo of an epic cast. Thanks for sharing it, Tom!

  6. Wow, Mr. Bennett looks SO young there! He was about, mmmmm, perhaps in his twenties there? Nice. =D