As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

Castle in the Sky (1998 English Dub)
Have the previous Hanna-Barbera Ghibli dubs been successful?
Yes, they have. But Miyazaki has been kinda stingy about the way HB handles his material. Which would explain the drought since Touchstone released Kiki's Delivery Service in North America in 1994.

Anyways....

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Castle in the Sky
Released by Touchstone Pictures on August 14, 1998.
Produced by Studio Ghibli and released only in Japan in 1986.

English Dub Produced by
Hanna-Barbera

Voice Talents
Devon Sawa as Pazu
Christina Ricci as Sheeta
Cloris Leachman as Captain Dola
Mark Hamill as Captain Muska
Danny DeVito as General Mouro
Jim Broadbent as Uncle Pom
Ann Jillian as Okami Duffi
John Hostetter as Mr. Duffi
Debi Derryberry as Madge
Freddie Starr as Louie
Michael McShane as Charles
Hank Azaria as Henri
Eddie Frierson as Motro
Dan Castellaneta as the Train Operator​
 
Freddie Starr doing anime this is the best timeline so glad he got better deal then OTL
He sure did. His first gig ITTL was actually in 1977 when he worked with Richard Williams (the Roger Rabbit guy) and a 19 year old named Daniel Abbott on Raggedy Ann and Andy: A Musical Adventure for Columbia Pictures.
 
That's nice i've got ideas for life on mars depending if you want to hear them i'll give a hint Freddie plays Gene Hunt and also it's stars Neil Morrissey as that was the plan when they were coming up for ideas in 1999 also channal 4 grabs the show not b.b.c.
 
So, what did you have in mind for January 1999 in the Saturday Morning market? If you don't have any ideas, may I suggest some choices?
For January '99, I have the Justice League in mind for CBS. The other networks I'm not so sure.

And in case anyone's wondering, The Famous Jett Jackson launched on The Disney Channel the day as it did IOTL.
 
For January '99, I have the Justice League in mind for CBS. The other networks I'm not so sure.
Justice League on CBS is a good pick. As for the other choices, how about:
CBS: The Mr. Potato Head Show
ABC: What's New, Scooby-Doo? and Mopatop's Shop
SBC: Baby Looney Tunes
UPN: Sonic Underground
Would these fit the midseason gaps? After all, Hasbro still publishes Nintendo's consoles, ABC deserves to have more than just repeats and OTL!Nicktoons, SBC could actually use the 8:00 slot to its current benefit, and you can plop Sonic's newest cartoon right in between Sam and Max and DuJour.
 
Those shows are indeed airing two half-hours at the moment. But in January of '99, more new shows will be added to their respective networks' lineups.
That’s means that Magical Doremi is coming in March of ‘99 on ABC, I prefer putting in the 11:30 time slot currently used the Thornberrys, they can keep the noon time slot and the 11:30 slot until March. (Reminder: episodes aired a month after their original airings in Japan)
 
He sure did. His first gig ITTL was actually in 1977 when he worked with Richard Williams (the Roger Rabbit guy) and a 19 year old named Daniel Abbott on Raggedy Ann and Andy: A Musical Adventure for Columbia Pictures.
Speaking of Freddie, what is his filmography by this point ITTL?

It seems that IMO that here Freddie will avoid the tragic fate that befalls him later on especially if by now he might start to fully get into voice acting fully and reduce his stand up work unless he has already stopped doing that here?

But yeah, Mr Starr in anime is just about the most oddest yet best thing ever! :p
 
Speaking of Freddie, what is his filmography by this point ITTL?

Freddie Starr Filmography
Raggedy Ann and Andy: A Musical Adventure (1977; Columbia) Andy
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (1979; United Artists) Philip
Rome-0 and Julie-8 (1979; The Samuel Goldwyn Company) [1] Rome-0
The Snow Queen (1980; Disney) Olaf
The Thief and the Cobbler (1982; Paramount) Tack
The Jungle Book (1984; Disney) Flaps the Vulture
Castle in the Sky (1986; 1998 Touchstone English Dub)
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (1991; Universal) Aristedes
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day (1991; Hollywood Pictures) Dr. Fields
Mistress Masham's Repose (1991; Disney) The Trapper
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991; Universal) Cat R. Waul
Aladdin (1992; Disney) Ring Genie

Recently unearthed from the Disney archives were some playful banter between Freddie Starr and Daniel Abbott as Everton FC were playing Southampton FC while they were recording their lines for The Jungle Book.
 
House of Mouse (1998 TV Series)
House of Mouse
Launched on September 5, 1998 on Fox

Produced by
Walt Disney Television Animation (Burbank and Kansas City)

Main Voices
Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse
Bill Farmer as Goofy, Pluto and Horace Horsecollar
Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
April Winchell as Clarabelle Cow
Tress MacNielle as Daisy Duck
Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse
Jason Marsden as Max Goof
Jim Cummings as Pete
Greg Rhodes as Huey
Wil Wheaton as Dewey
Neil Patrick Harris as Louie
Frank Welker as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Cameo Voices
Jonathan Freeman as Jafar
Alan Young as Angus McBadger, Scrooge McDuck, Scuffler and Flaversham
Corey Burton as Jaq, Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, Max Medici, Professor Owl and Ludwig Von Drake
Jim Cummings as Gus, Cheshire Cat, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger
Tress MacNielle as Belle and Gadget Hackwrench
Kathryn Beaumont as Millie Farrier (Bongo) and Wendy Darling
Keanu Reeves as Prince Eric and Aladdin
Gregg Berger as Eeyore
John Fiedler as Piglet
Eddie Carroll as Jiminy Cricket
James Woods as Hades
Freddie Starr as Mr. Toad, Horace Badun, Sir Hiss, Olaf, Flaps, Ring Genie
Seth Green as Bongo, Peter Pan, Hansel, Prince Alexis and Flounder
George Takei as Splinter and First Ancestor
Rob Paulsen as Renegade the River Pirate (Huck's Landing), Raphael, PJ Pete and Lamp Genie
Cam Clarke as Kai (The Snow Queen), Rocksteady and Leonardo
Judith Barsi as Lulubelle (Bongo), Gretel (Hansel and Gretel), Penny (The Rescuers), Duckie, Anne-Marie and April O'Neil
Molly Ringwald as Becky Thatcher and Anastasia Karrutha
Drew Barrymore as Cinderella
Ann Jillian as Kanga and Rapunzel
Maurice LaMarche as Morningstar (The Snow Queen), The Baron (Huck's Landing), Kaa (The Jungle Book) and Ratigan (Basil of Baker Street)
Christopher Plummer as Lumiere
Sandy Fox as Little Audrey
Ken Sansom as Rabbit
Will Ryan as Willie the Giant and Petrie
Dan Castellaneta as Baby Huey
Joe Alaskey as Gopher
Barry Gordon as Donatello and Bebop
Townsend Coleman as Michelangelo
Hank Azaria as Bartok
Henry Gibson as Raider the River Pirate (Huck's Landing)
Dom DeLuise as Fagin, Itchy and Rascal the River Pirate (Huck's Landing)
Billy Connolly as Jock, Toasty and the Stabbington brothers
Daniel Abbott as Pongo, Roger Radcliffe, Jasper Badun, Merlin, Robin Hood, The Horned King, Grimsby and Scar
Ed Gilbert as Little John and Baloo
Bob Joles as Prince John and Bagheera
Tony Jay as Shere Khan and Frollo
Tom Hulce as Quasimodo
James Vanderbeek as Prince Philip
Susan Blakeslee as Lady Tremaine, Cruella De Vil and Laverne
Jason Alexander as Abis Mal and Hugo
Charles Kimbrough as Victor
June Foray as Queen of Hearts, Aunt Polly, Lena Hyena, Grandma Fa
Frank Welker as Gus Goose, Lucifer
Charles Fleischer as Roger Rabbit
Jodi Benson as Lady, Perdita and Ariel
Jeff Bennett as Tramp
Jennifer Hale as Elsa the Snow Queen
Brooke Shields as Gerda (The Snow Queen)
Carlos Alazraqui as Panchito Pistoles and the March Hare
Noel Blanc as Bill the Lizard (Alice in Wonderland)
Anna Paquin as Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
Laura Branigan as Eilonwy and Arista
Patrick Stewart as the Great Prince of the Forest and King Triton
Eartha Kitt as Ursula
David Ogden Stiers as Owl, the Mad Hatter and Cogsworth
Keith David as DeSoto, Jetsam and Goliath
Laurence Fishburne as Roscoe (Oliver and Company)
Pat Fraley as Krang and Baxter Stockman
Haley Joel Osment as Roo
Remy LeBeau/Gambit: Chris Potter (Season 1), Gus St. Pierre (Season 2-Future)
Snow White: Mary Kay Bergman (Season 1), Tara Charendoff (Season 2-Future)

If there are any character cameos you want to see on this list, let me know.​
 
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House of Mouse
Launched on September 5, 1998 on Fox

If there are any character cameos you want to see on this list, let me know.​
Took me a moment to think of who isn't here.

Oswald seems to be surprisingly missing. With a popular movie in 1993 I'd have expected Oswald to part of the main cast.
 
House of Mouse
Launched on September 5, 1998 on Fox

Produced by
Walt Disney Television Animation (Burbank and Kansas City)

Main Voices
Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse
Bill Farmer as Goofy, Pluto and Horace Horsecollar
Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
April Winchell as Clarabelle Cow
Tress MacNielle as Daisy Duck
Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse
Jason Marsden as Max Goof
Jim Cummings as Pete
Greg Rhodes as Huey
Wil Wheaton as Dewey
Neil Patrick Harris as Louie
Frank Welker as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Cameo Voices
Jonathan Freeman as Jafar
Alan Young as Angus McBadger, Scrooge McDuck, Scuffler and Flaversham
Keanu Reeves as Prince Eric and Aladdin
Freddie Starr as Mr. Toad, Horace Badun, Sir Hiss, Olaf, Flaps, Ring Genie
Seth Green as Peter Pan, Hansel, Prince Alexis and Flounder
George Takei as Splinter and First Ancestor
Rob Paulsen as Renegade the River Pirate (Huck's Landing), Raphael, PJ Pete and Lamp Genie
Cam Clarke as Kai (The Snow Queen), Rocksteady and Leonardo
Judith Barsi as Penny (The Rescuers), Duckie, Anne-Marie and April O'Neil
Molly Ringwald as Becky Thatcher and Anastasia Karrutha
Drew Barrymore as Cinderella
Ann Jillian as Rapunzel
Mary Kay Bergman as Snow White
Maurice LaMarche as Morningstar (The Snow Queen) and The Baron (Huck's Landing)
Christopher Plummer as Lumiere
Sandy Fox as Little Audrey
Will Ryan as Willie the Giant and Petrie
Dan Castellaneta as Baby Huey
Barry Gordon as Donatello
Townsend Coleman as Michelangelo
Hank Azaria as Bartok
Henry Gibson as Raider the River Pirate (Huck's Landing)
Dom DeLuise as Fagin, Itchy and Rascal the River Pirate (Huck's Landing)
Billy Connolly as Jock, Toasty and the Stabbington brothers
Daniel Abbott as Pongo, Roger Radcliffe, Jasper Badun, Merlin, Robin Hood, Grimsby
Ed Gilbert as Little John and Baloo
Bob Joles as Prince John and Bagheera
Tony Jay as Shere Khan and Frollo
Tom Hulce as Quasimodo
James Vanderbeek as Prince Philip
Susan Blakeslee as Lady Tremaine, Cruella De Vil and Laverne
Jason Alexander as Abis Mal and Hugo
Charles Kimbrough as Victor
June Foray as Queen of Hearts, Aunt Polly, Lena Hyena, Grandma Fa
Frank Welker as Gus Goose, Lucifer
Charles Fleischer as Roger Rabbit
Jodi Benson as Lady, Ariel
Jeff Bennett as Tramp
Jennifer Hale as Elsa the Snow Queen
Brooke Shields as Gerda (The Snow Queen)
Carlos Alazraqui as Panchito Pistoles and the March Hare
Noel Blanc as Bill the Lizard (Alice in Wonderland)
Anna Paquin as Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
Laura Branigan as Eilonwy and Arista
Patrick Stewart as the Great Prince of the Forest and King Triton
Eartha Kitt as Ursula
David Ogden Stiers as the Mad Hatter and Cogsworth
Keith David as DeSoto, Jetsam and Goliath
Laurence Fishburne as Roscoe (Oliver and Company)
Pat Fraley as Krang and Baxter Stockman

If there are any character cameos you want to see on this list, let me know.​
Impressive cast here! However, I will say that there are still some exceptions:

-If we have Dan Castellaneta in the list of actors, then we need a Homer Simpson cameo at the least.
-Speaking of missed opportunities, we also need Winnie the Pooh in this guest list.
-Assuming that Mortimer is still a lech, could we have Lum and Ranma be among his most recurring victims?
-If we're going to have Harvey Comics characters, we should add Spider-Man, Captain America, and Wolverine to the list.
-While we're at it, how about a Screwy Squirrel cameo?
-On that note, would Peter Pan and Wendy be on the table? I can even picture a TTL-exclusive conversation for that.

Ataru: Why, Wendy Darling! You haven't aged a bit since I last laid my eyes on you.
Wendy
(clearly flustered and blushing like a cherry tomato): Um, hello.
Lum: And speaking of darlings, Darling.
Ataru: Crud!
Tigger: You think you've got it bad? She thinks I'm her ex!
 
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