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Jules Bass the Executive Producer for ThunderCats (1985 original series), SilverHawks, and TigerSharks.

ThunderCats (original series) Related Credits

  • Executive Producer for the series
  • Writer (all under pseudonym Julian P. Gardner): 005, 006, 007, 009

SilverHawks Related Credits

  • Executive Producer for the series

TigerSharks Related Credits

  • Executive Producer for the series
  • Writer (all under pseudonym Julian P. Gardner): 01

ThunderCats (2011 TV series) Related Credits

  • Main Theme Writer: Credit appears in all episodes and Snarf: Butterflies Blues
  • Consulting Producer: Snarf: Butterflies Blues

ThunderCats Roar Related Credits

  • Consulting Producer for the series

Career

Jules Bass formed Rankin/Bass Productions with Arthur Rankin Jr. to produce television films and commercials in 1961. Producing such television specials like Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer which was the longest running single film ever made for television spawned a series of animated specials. He was also the writer to many Rankin/Bass projects under the pseudonym Julian P. Gardner, writing "The Story of the First Christmas Snow", and "The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus".

Notable Credits

Credits taken from IMDb, and is meant to only be a brief list of highlights of their career.

  • The New Adventures of Pinocchio (TV Series) - Producer, Director, Writer, and Composer for one hundred and thirty episodes (1960)
  • Jackson 5ive (TV Series) - Producer for seventeen episodes (1971-1972)
  • Festival of Family Classics (TV Series) - Producer and Director for twenty episodes (1972-1973)
  • The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus (TV Movie) - Producer and Writer (as Julian P. Gardner) (1985)
  • Welcome to the Basement (TV Series) - Soundtrack writer for one episode (2015)

References

Notes

  1. Taken from Wikipedia on July 07, 2021. This is a user based submitted answer and has no credible source.
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