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DIGIMON PRODUCTION CREW

This page lists the assorted crew members who worked on the American version of Digimon (and a few small Japanese credits) - it is separated into sections for the different seasons.


SEASON ONE (1999-2000)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

Original Concept and Character Design Akiyoshi Hongo

Scenario Supervisor Satoru Nishizono

Series Director Hiroyuki Kakudo

Character Design Katsuhiro Nakatsuru

Animation Director Naoki Miyahara

Background Design Yukiko Iijima

Produced by Toei Animation Company Ltd, Japan

ENGLISH VERSION

Producers Rita M. Acosta/Rita M. Majkut (credited under both names) Terri-Lei O'Malley (uncredited, picture)

Production Manager Kimberly S. Moreau

Production Co-ordinator Tina D. Wäntig

Dialogue Recordists Maxim Carl
Earl Martin
Kevin Nelson
Bryan Stewart

Voice Casting Director Paul DiFranco

Voice Directors David Walsh
Wendee Lee (picture) Michael Sorich (picture) Bob Buchholz (uncredited, picture) Richard Epcar (uncredited, picture) Jeff Nimoy (uncredited, picture)

Script Co-ordinators Diorena B. Rock "Rocky"
Gwenn Morreale

Executive in charge of Post-Production Clive H. Mizumoto

Director of Sound Operations Xavier Garcia

Re-Recording Mixers Mark Ettel
T.A. Moore, Jr.

Sound Design Johnny Valentino

Supervising Sound Effects Editor Johnny Valentino

Sound Effects Editor Chuck O'Steen

Foley Kalea L. Morton
Susan B. Lewis

Audio Assistants B.C. Celello
Don Sexton
Bryan Stewart

Executive in Charge of Music Ron Kenan

Music by Shuki Levy
Kussa Mahchi
Paul Gordon
Deddy Tzur
Andrew R. Muson

Music Supervisor Andrew R. Muson

Music Editors Jim Wheeler
Jay Bolton
Peter Collier

Sound Engineers John Sperger
Jimmy DiJulio
Tim Gosselin
Al Lay

Music Assistants Juliana Bolden
Stephen Grove

Director of Post-Production Dan LaBorico

Post-Production Supervisor Nathan Rotmensz

Post Production Co-ordinator Dave "Chewie" Guerrie

Offline Editor Douglas Perguson

Online Services provided by Four Media Company

Executives in charge of Production Dana C. Booton
Eric S. Rollman (Picture)



NOTES

  • The credits of this season of the show change at some point during the Devimon arc (but certain editions of the episodes have the different credits from the beginning). Many Sound credits are removed, and Eric S. Rollman is added.
  • The credits change again during the Myotismon arc, with a few names changed around.

SEASON TWO (2000-2001)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

Original Concept and Character Design Akiyoshi Hongo

Series Director Hiroyuki Kakudo

Produced by Toei Animation Company Ltd, Japan

ENGLISH VERSION

Producer Terri-Lei O'Malley

Story Editors Jeff Nimoy
Bob Buchholz

Production Manager Kimberly S. Moreau

Production Co-ordinator Tina D. Wäntig

Script Co-ordinator Gwenn Morreale

Voice Casting Director Paul DiFranco

Voice Casting Assistant Justin Feldman

Voice Directors Jeff Nimoy
Bob Buchholz
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (picture) Michael Sorich

Executive in charge of Post-Production Clive H. Mizumoto

Director of Sound Operations Xavier Garcia

Sound Supervisor Robert Rutledge

Re-Recording Mixers Mark Ettel
T.A. Moore, Jr.

Sound Design Johnny Valentino

Supervising Sound Effects Editor Johnny Valentino

Sound Effects Editors Chuck O'Steen
Phillip A. Raves

ADR Recordists Maxim Carl
Thomas Kilzer
Kevin Nelson
Bryan Stewart

Foley Kalea L. Morton
Susan B. Lewis

Audio Assistants B.C. Celello
Adrian Guillen
Bryan Stewart

Director of Post-Production Dan LaBorico

Post-Production Supervisor Nathan Rotmensz

Post Production Co-ordinator Dave "Chewie" Guerrie

Offline Editor Douglas Perguson

HAL Artists Loretta Antonell
Laurie Resnick

Online Services provided by Four Media Company

Director of Studio Operations Katie Thorpe

Executives in charge of Production Dana C. Booton
Eric S. Rollman



NOTES

  • The credits of this season change after Jeff Nimoy and Bob Buchholz's departure, starting with "Invasion of the Daemon Corps." Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Michael Sorich are added as voice directors, and the Story Editor credit is removed, so we do not know who replaced Nimoy and Buchholz in that capacity.

SEASON THREE (2001-2002)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

Original Concept and Character Design Akiyoshi Hongo

Directed by Yukio Kaizawa

Produced by Toei Animation Company Ltd, Japan

ENGLISH VERSION

Story Editor Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Production Manager Kimberly S. Moreau

Production Co-ordinatior Tina D. Wäntig

Voice Casting Director Paul DiFranco

Voice Casting Assistant Justin Feldman

Voice Director Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Executive in Charge of Post Production Clive H. Mizmumoto

Senior Director of Sound Operations Xavier Garcia

Sound Supervisor Robert R. Rutledge

Re-Recording Mixers Mark Ettel
T.A Moore JR.

Sound Design Johnny Valentino

Supervising Sound Effects Editor Johnny Valentino

Sound Effects Editors Chuck O'Steen
Philip A. Raves

Foley Inez Zamachaj
Kalea L. Morton

ADR Recordists Kevin Newson
Bryan Stewart

Audio Assistants B.C. Celello
Adrian Guillen
Bryan Stewart

Music by Shuki Levy
Kussa Machchi

Music produced by Udi Hapaz
Amotz Plessner
Paul Gordon
Deddy Tzur

Executive in charge of Music Ron Kennan

Music Supervisor Barry Kolsky

Music Editors Jim Wheeler
Liz Margro

Second Engineers John Sperger
Jimmy Di Julio
Tim Gosselin
Al Lay

Music Assistants George Kennedy
Roy Tomer

VP of Post Production Operations Dan LaBorico

Post Production Supervisor Jeffery Arthur

Post Production Co-ordinator Dave "Chewie" Guerrie

Offline Editor Douglas Purgason

Online Editor Terry Marlin

HAL Artist Jennifer Scarry

Director of Sound Operations Kate Thorpe

Executives in Charge of Production Dana C. Booton/Dana Tafoya-Booton (credited under both names) Eric S. Rollman



NOTES

  • The "Executive Producer" credit appears along with the "English Version Written by" and "Produced by" credits in the opening few seconds of the show in this season. Eric S. Rollman is the only one credited at that point.
  • With "Reunion," Dana C. Booton, now credited as Dana Tafoya-Booton, replaces Rollman as the executive producer.

SEASON FOUR (2002-2003)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

Original Concept and Character Design Akiyoshi Hongo

Directed by Yukio Kaizawa

Produced by Toei Animation Company Ltd, Japan

ENGLISH VERSION

Producer Terri-Lei O'Malley

Executive Producer Dana Tafoya-Booton

Voice Casting Director Paul DiFranco

Voice Directors Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Michael Sorich

Story Editor Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Production Manager Kimberley S. Moreau

Production Coordinator Tina Wäntig

Main Title Theme by Chris Horvath

Music by Deddy Tzur

Sound Team (uncredited) Johnny Valentino Phillip A. Raves

Post Production Services Provided by D-Spot Post Production

Post Production Supervisor Terry Martin

Produced by Sensation Animation, Inc.




NOTES

  • After Disney's acquisition of the show, the in-house post production studio was dismantled, and the service was carried out by ex-employees, who formed D-Spot Post Production for the sole purpose of completing the Digimon series. To maintain the continuity of the show, it was decided that the only people that could do the job were the previous seasons' sound team, Phillip A. Raves and Johnny Valentino.

"REVENGE OF DIABOROMON" (2001/2005)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

A Toei Animation Co., Ltd. Production

Original Concept and Character Design  by Akiyoshi Hongo

Animation Directors Kazuto Nakazawa
Kanta Kamei

Directed by Takahiro Imamura

Produced by Yoichi Takanashi

Assistant Director Kenji Nakamura

Art Director Shinzo Yuki

CG Director Nobuhiro Morita

Sound Effects Iki Okuada

ENGLISH VERSION

Main Theme Words & Music by Chris Horvath

Score by Deddy Tzur
Inon Zur

Edited by Denny Densmore

Voice Director Jeff Nimoy

Written by Jeff Nimoy

Executive Producer Jamie Simone

Producer Rita Majkut

Production Manager Laura Lopez

Production Coordinator Lindsey Myers

Motion Graphics Terry Keating

Post Production Studiopolis, Inc.

ADR Engineer Eric Lewis

Re-Recording Mixer Ernie Sheesley

Music Editor Mark Ryan

Sound FX Editor Ron Salaises


NOTES

  • Originally screened in Japan in 2001, "Revenge of Diaboromon" was not dubbed into English until 2005, premiering on Toon Disney and ABC Family in September of that year.
  • Most of the production crew for this movie differs from past seasons. The recently-formed Stuidopolis Inc.(responsible for the English dubs of show such as Zatch Bell and Naruto) is behind the Post-Production of the movie. However, the movie also marks the return of some past faces to the Digimon franchise - Jeff Nimoy returns as Director and Writer, not having been involved with the show since Season Two, and Rita M. Majkut, Producer of Season One, also makes her reappearance.

"BATTLE OF ADVENTURERS" (2001/2005)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

A Toei Animation Co., Ltd. Production

Original Concept by Akiyoshi Hongo

Character Design & Animation Director Tadayoshi Yamamuro

Director Tetsuo Imazawa

Producer Hiroyuki Sakurada

Assistant Directors Kimitoshi Chioka
Yutaka Nakajima

Art Director Ken Tokushige

CG Director Nobuhito Morita

Sound Effects Yasuyuki Konno
(Suwara Pro)

ENGLISH VERSION

Main Theme Words & Music by Chris Horvath

Score by Deddy Tzur
Inon Zur

Edited by Denny Densmore

Voice Director Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Written by Seth Walther Executive Producer Jamie Simone

Producer Rita Majkut

Production Manager Laura Lopez

Production Coordinator Lindsey Myers

Motion Graphics Terry Keating

ADR Engineers Eric Lewis
Paul J. Ordonez
Arnold Gehar

Re-Recording Mixer Ernie Sheesley

Sound FX Editor Ron Salaises

  • Originally screened in Japan in 2001,  "Battle of Adventurers" was not dubbed into English until 2005, premiering on Toon Disney in October of that year. Although chronologically the first of the Tamers movies, its US premiere was predated by the second, "Runaway Locomon."
  • Deddy Tzur is miscredited as "Deddy Inon" in the opening credits.



"RUNAWAY LOCOMON" (2002/2005)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

A Toei Animation Co., Ltd. Production

Original Concept by Akiyoshi Hongo

Character Design by Katysuyoshi Nakatsuru

Animation Director Ken Ueno

Director Tetsuji Nakamura

Produced by Atsunari Baba

Assistant Director Yuriko Kado

Art Director Shinzo Yuki

CG Director Terushige Watanabe

Sound Effects Iki Okuada

ENGLISH VERSION

Main Theme Words & Music by Chris Horvath

Score by Deddy Tzur
Inon Zur

Edited by Denny Densmore

Voice Director/Written by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Executive Producer Jamie Simone

Producer Rita Majkut

Production Manager Laura Lopez

Production Coordinator Lindsey Myers

Motion Graphics Terry Keating

ADR Engineers Eric Lewis
Paul J. Ordonez
Arnold Gehar

Re-Recording Mixer Ernie Sheesley

Sound FX Editor Ron Salaises

Music Editor Mark Ryan

"Promise" Written by John Majkut

NOTES

  • Originally screened in Japan in 2002,  "Runaway Locomon" was not dubbed into English until 2005, premiering on Toon Disney in October of that year. Although chronologically the second of the Tamers movies, its US premiere predated the first, "Battle of Adventurers."




"ISLAND OF LOST DIGIMON" (2002/2005)Edit


JAPANESE PRODUCTION (as acknowledged by the American version)

A Toei Animation Co., Ltd. Production

Original Concept by Akiyoshi Hongo

Character Design Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru
Tadayoshi Yamamuro

Animation Director Tadayoshi Yamaramuro

Director Takahiro Imamura

Producer Atsunari Baba

Assistant Director Yuriko Kado

Art Director Shinzo Yuki

CG Director Terushige Watanabe

Sound Effects Yasuyuki Konno

ENGLISH VERSION

Main Theme Words & Music by Chris Horvath

Score by Deddy Tzur
Inon Zur

Edited by Denny Densmore

Voice Director Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Written by Steven Jay Blum Executive Producer Jamie Simone

Producer Rita Majkut

Production Manager Laura Lopez

Production Coordinator Lindsey Myers

Motion Graphics Terry Keating

ADR Engineer Paul J. Ordonez

Re-Recording Mixer Ernie Sheesley

Music Editor Mark Ryan

Sound FX Editor Ron Salaises

  • Originally screened in Japan in 2002,  "Island of Lost Digimon" was not dubbed into English until 2005, premiering on Toon Disney in October of that year.
  • Deddy Tzur is once again miscredited as "Deddy Inon" in the opening credits.

Massive shout out to Fenrir X, Matthew Ford and Phillip A. Raves for their help!

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