Phantom 2040 - Show Credits

Phantom 2040

Length:		half-hour
Format:		animated
Show began:	Fall 1994
Show ended:	Spring 1996 (? to be continued?)
Network:	syndicated

Full Show Credits

"Blank lines" (thicker separation bars in the table) represent screen changes - for instance, the first screen of credits contains nothing but Lee Falk's credit. The next screen of credits is solely David J. Corbett. The third screen has the Reeves-Stevens' credits, both as "Executive Story Editors" and for "Additional Development by".

There have been two (somewhat) different production crews on Phantom 2040, resulting in two distinct sets of credits. Select the range of shows you wish to see the credits for, below:

  1. Episodes 101-208
  2. Episodes 209-215


Full Show Credits from Season 1 and beginning of Season 2.

Transcribed from shows 101-104, 205-208.

Full Show Credits
Based on the Character Created byLee Falk
Developed for Television by David J. Corbett
Executive Story Editors Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Additional Development by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Supervising ProducerMary Chojnowski Corbett
Associate Producer Mary Katherine Moore
Line Producers Gwen Wetzler
Michel Lyman
Art Director/Conceptual DesignerThom Schillinger
Original Model Design Peter Chung
Additional Model Design Paula La Fond
Stephanie Pyren-Fortel
Eric Canete
StoryboardsRomeo Francisco
Aleta Estes
David Williams
Rex Irvine
Vincenzo Tripetti
Storyboard CleanupCesar Magsombol
Art Lee
John Lee
Peter Pace
Vincent Michael Edwards
Color KeyAllyn Conley
Jane Lane
Color Key AssistantDarcee Frisch Olson
Computer GraphicsThomas Kim
Background Layout Jesse Santos
Nick Pugh
Melissa Suber
Vladimir Spasojevic
Background ColorBarbara Schade
Rebecca Jo Morales
Voice Direction Stu Rosen
Cast(see separate Voice Credits section for regulars,
and individual episode listings in the
episode guidefor incidental or one-episode voices)
Production Manager Andrew J. Leith
Production Controllers Loretta Abata Elliot
Assistant to the
Executive Producer
Miken Lee Wong
Educational Consultant John Arnold
Production Executive Steve Herman
Production Coordinators Shareena Carlson
Lisa Larrick
Jamie Adner - NYC
Production Assistants Katharine Nartonis
Courtney Narz
Bryan Thompson
Stefan Marks
Music Composed & Performed by Gerald O'Brien
Additional Music by Larry Brown
Steve Sexton
Songs by David J. Corbett and Gerald O'Brien
Pre-Edit/Track Reader Laurie Wetzler
Post Production Audio France: H2 Prod.
Montage Sapa PM
Dialogue Recording and EditingThe L.A. Studios, Inc
Animation Direction Vincent Bassol
Michel Lyman
Mike Kaweski
Bertrand Tager Kagan
Production Supervisors France: Scott La Barge
Korea: Mike Kaweski
Post Production Supervisor/EditorFrance: Scott La Barge
Los Angeles: D.J. Graham
French Production AdapterFrance Helene Joubaud
Supervising Producer Rene Huchez
Barham Rohani
Production Manager Caroline Guicheux
Production Supervisor Jean Marc Desrosiers
Michel Gantier
Animation Production Sei Young Animation Co., Ltd.
Executives in Charge Choi An Hee
Cho Jung Jin
Exeuctive Producers William E. Miller
David Corbett
Jeffrey Schon
Produced by Hearst Entertainment Inc., Minos S.A.
France 3
Created for Television by Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
Phantom 2040 and its characters are trademarks of The Hearst Corporation
(c) 1994 Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
and
King Features Syndicate, Inc.

All Rights Reserved.


Full Show Credits from Season 2, episodes 209-215

Transcribed from season 2, shows 209-211 and 213-214.

Full Show Credits (transcribed from 209-211 & 213-214)
Based on the Character Created byLee Falk
Developed for Television by David J. Corbett
Executive Story Editors Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Additional Development by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Supervising Producer Mitch Lemire
Producer Milt Vallas
Art Director/Conceptual DesignerThom Schillinger
Original Model Design Peter Chung
Additional Model Design John Lee
Danny Taverna
Danny Tolentino
Background Layout Jesse Santos
Cesar Magsombol
Background Color Ron Roesch
Storyboards Vincenzo Trippetti
Thomas Nesbitt
Adrian Gonzales
Romeo Francisco
Storyboard Cleanup John Lee
Abel Laxamana
E.R. Cruz
Juan Luna
Alfonso DeLeon
Danilo Taverna
Ernie Guanlao
Danilo Tolentino
Michael Takamoto
Storyboard Supervisor Glen Hill
Voice Direction Stu Rosen (ep 211, 213-214)
Charles Howerton (ep 209-210)
Cast(see individual episode listings for cast listings)
Assistant Producer Stefan Marks
Production Comptroller Sally Ng
Production Executive Steve Herman
Educational Consultant John Arnold
Assistant to Milk Vallas Rex Faraday
Production Coordinators Katharine Nartonis
Courtney Narz
Music Composed & Performed by Gerald O'Brien
Additional Music by Larry Brown
Steve Sexton
Songs by David J. Corbett and Gerald O'Brien
Pre-Edit/Track Reader Peter Aries
Storyboard Timing Bob Nesler
Assistant Sheet Direction Sandi Hathcock
Post Production Audio France: H2 Prod.
Montage: H2 Prod.
Dialogue Recording and Editing Screen Music Studios
Riverton Studios
Animation Direction Jim Simon
Yves Fleury Collet
Production Supervisors France: Scott La Barge
Korea: Serge Conchonnet
Post Production Supervisor/EditorFrance: Scott La Barge
French Production AdapterFrance Helene Joubaud
Supervising Producer Rene Huchez
Production Manager Caroline Guicheux
Production Supervisor Valerie Godard
Animation Production Sei Young Animation Co., Ltd.
Executives in Charge Choi An Hee
Cho Jung Jin
Exeuctive Producers William E. Miller
David Corbett
Carol Monroe
Produced by Hearst Entertainment
Minos
IDDH
France 3
Created for Television by Hearst Entertainment, Inc.
Phantom 2040 and its characters are trademarks of The Hearst Corporation (c) 1995

Hearst Entertainment, Inc. and King Features Syndicate, Inc.

All Rights Reserved.


Voice Credits:

Many famous actors lent their voices to this fabulous series, among them Margot Kidder, Scott Valentine, Mark Hamill, and more. Brief acting bios for them follow the table below...

Character Voices:
Parts credited in the show in both seasons:
PartActorFirst app
Kit/PhantomScott Valentine101
Rebecca MadisonMargot Kidder 101
Guran J.D. Hall 101
Graft Ron Perlman* 101
(also Graft) Richard Lynch* 204
Maxwell Madison Jr Jeff Bennett 101
Maxwell Madison Sr Jeff Bennett 104
Parts uncredited in the show until Season 2
(or deduced from other means)
Aunt Heloise Carrie Snodgress** 101
Prof. Jack Archer Alan Oppenheimer 101
Sagan Cruz Leah Remini 102
Dr. Jak Mark Hamill 102
Sparks Pamela Segall 104
Mr. Cairo Paul Williams 104
Heisenberg the Biot Rob Paulsen *** 103
23rd Phantom Kit's Dad Charles Dennis**** 102
Vaingloria Deborah Harry 105
Sean One Rob Paulsen 109
Betty (Saxophonist)Iona Morris 103
Gorda Paddi Edwards 109
Pavlova (Jak's Biot) Liz Georges 103
Nia (Egyptian Queen) Iona Morris 106
Tranh (Kit's friend) Dustin Nguyen 101
Steele Peter Renaday 116
Cordwainer Bird Harlan Ellison ***** 120
GunnarAdrian Paul203
IkonRoger Rees207
Old GuranRoscoe Lee Brown208
Actors credited with "Incidentals" by Hearst in
season 1 (playing the myriad one-liner voices)
Kath Soucie
Amanda Rogers
Actors credited in season 1, but part(s) unknown:
Mel Wells
There are also numerous "one-shot" voices in each episode. For season 2, where fuller voice credits are given, I've listed the voice credits for each episode which are not part of the recurring character listing above at the end of each episode in the episode guide. For season 1, fuller voice credits were mostly not televised, but I've made my best guesses based on credits given in future episodes, detective work by other netters, and of course information from Stefan Marks at Hearst.

Brief bios of some of the stars:

Scott Valentine is best known for his role as Mallory's boyfriend, Nick, on the long-running hit sitcom "Family Ties". He went on from that series to star in a number of B-movies ("My Demon Lover") and other roles.

Mark Hamill is best known for his movie role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars trilogy, but has played numerous other roles in film and has now made quite a big name for himself in animation, playing such wonderful characters as the Joker in the animated "Batman Adventures" show - Mark appears to have a flair for the villainous.

Margot Kidder is probably best known to genre fans for playing Lois Lane in the Superman movies opposite Christopher Reeve. She has since gone on to various projects, including a number of other movies (none of them science fiction) and television projects.

Ron Perlman is remembered to fantasy fans as the Beast in the haunting television series "Beauty and the Beast" from the late 80's. But he has gone on to a number of other roles, also usually working under heavy makeup or (as here) in animation.

Deborah Harry is the former lead singer of "Blondie" - the rock group from the late 70's which had hits with such lively numbers as "Heart of Glass" and "Liar, Liar".

Harlan Ellison is a cantankerous, famous, and famously-gifted writer of science fiction and fantasy. In Phantom 2040, he played a cantankerous, famous, and famously-gifted virtual reality expert. Quite a stretch, I imagine.


Acknowledgments:

Many thanks to Stefan Marks at Hearst Entertainment who acted as my source for some of this information.
If you have any questions, comments, or additions you'd like to see on this page or on the Phantom 2040 Web Site as a whole, email me at marktv.org