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Mark Arnold (1966- ) was born in San Jose, California. He is a comic book and animation historian, and has had many articles published in various publications. He has a BA in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State and has performed many celebrity interviews. He has published "The Harveyville Fun Times!" since 1990 and published his ... See full bio »
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 2016 DePatie/Freleng Music & Sound Mix-ologists (Video short) (historical consultant)
 2016 DePatie/Freleng Odd Couples (Video short) (historical consultant)
 2016 Goodbye, Warner Bros., Hello DePatie-Freleng (Documentary short) (historical consultant)
 2016 Of Aardvarks, Ants, Inspectors, and Cranes (Video short) (historical consultant)
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 2012 There's No Need to Fear... Underdog Is Here! (Documentary short) (associate producer)
 2011 Tennessee Tuxedo Will Not Fail! (Documentary short) (associate producer)
 2011 The Friendliest Ghost We Know, Casper (Documentary short) (associate producer)
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 2014 Love, and Other Devices (Short) (completed)
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 2011 The Last Nightmare
FBI Agent (uncredited)
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 2012 There's No Need to Fear... Underdog Is Here! (Documentary short)
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 2011 Tennessee Tuxedo Will Not Fail! (Documentary short)
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 2011 The Friendliest Ghost We Know, Casper (Documentary short)
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5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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