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Fred Ladd

Fred Ladd, a native of Toledo, Ohio, studied radio & TV at Ohio State University, and was based in New York for the first 30 years of his career. While there, he worked at an advertising agency named Cayton Inc., owned by the late William D. Cayton (aka Bill Cayton). In 1957, Ladd used the 1939 Nazi propaganda film "Weltraumschiff 1 Startet" (... See full bio »

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Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon Miscellaneous Crew
MASK Writer
Pippi on the Run


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  Sailor Moon (TV Series) (creative consultant - 64 episodes, 1995) (production creative consultant - 1 episode, 1995)
- Treed (1995) ... (creative consultant)
- Secret Garden (1995) ... (creative consultant)
- Detention Doldrums (1995) ... (creative consultant)
- Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (1995) ... (creative consultant)
- Food Fetish (1995) ... (creative consultant)
 1987 G-Force: Guardians of Space (TV Series) (voice director)
 1982 The Wizard of Oz (creative consultant)
 1969 Nagagutsu o haita neko (u.s. version supervisor)
 1965 Kimba the White Lion (TV Series) (coordinator: english language version - 1966)
 1964 Gigantor (TV Series) (voice director: English version)
 1963 Astroboy (TV Series) (voice director: English version)
Show Show Writer (15 credits)
Show Show Producer (7 credits)
Show Show Director (5 credits)
Show Show Editor (2 credits)

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Fred Laderman

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Ladd supervised the first colorization of B&W Looney Tunes and Betty Boop cartoons in the late 1960's. He also supervised the colorization of the B&W Popeye cartoons and B&W Merrie Melodies for Turner Entertainment in 1987. These colorizations utilized a process of tracing film frames that have been blown-up to cel-size proportions. His colorizations should not be confused with the computer ... See more »

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