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"The Simpsons" Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part One (1995)

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Original Air Date:
21 May 1995 (Season 6, Episode 25)
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Plot:
After Mr. Burns steals oil from Springfield Elementary, an unknown person, seemingly in retaliation, shoots him. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Season 6: Solid plots and consistent laughs See more (7 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Dan Castellaneta ... Homer Simpson / Groundskeeper Willie / Package Forwarder #1 / Chemist / Kid From Springfield High School / Oil Worker / Barney Gumble / Grampa Simpson / Gate Guard / Mayor Quimby / Santa's Little Helper / Sideshow Mel / Krusty the Clown (voice)

Julie Kavner ... Marge Simpson / Patty Bouvier (voice)

Nancy Cartwright ... Bart Simpson / Nelson Muntz / Ralph Wiggum / Kearney (voice)

Yeardley Smith ... Lisa Simpson (voice)

Hank Azaria ... Package Forwarder #3 / Package Processor / Superintendent Chalmers / Guillermo / 'Oil ho!' / Veterinarian / Moe Szyslak / Male Scientist / Quimby's Aide / Crazy Old Man / Captain McAllister / Apu Nahasapeemapetilon / Snake / Carl / Chief Wiggum (voice)

Harry Shearer ... Principal Skinner / Montgomery Burns / Package Forwarder #2 / Waylon Smithers / Lenny / Otto / Ned Flanders / Fainting Man / Dr. Hibbert (voice)

Tito Puente ... Himself (voice)
Doris Grau ... Lunchlady Doris (voice)

Pamela Hayden ... Milhouse Van Houten / Jimbo Jones (voice)

Maggie Roswell ... Miss Hoover / Female Scientist (voice)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jeffrey Lynch 
 
Writing credits
Matt Groening (created by)

James L. Brooks (developed by) &
Matt Groening (developed by) &
Sam Simon (developed by)

Bill Oakley (written by) &
Josh Weinstein (written by)

Richard Appel  staff writer
Jennifer Crittenden  staff writer

Produced by
James L. Brooks .... executive producer
Jonathan Collier .... producer
Greg Daniels .... producer
Matt Groening .... executive producer
Bong Hee Han .... animation producer
Al Jean .... consulting producer
Colin A.B.V. Lewis .... associate producer
J. Michael Mendel .... producer
George Meyer .... co-executive producer
George Meyer .... producer
David Mirkin .... executive producer
Bill Oakley .... supervising producer
Richard Raynis .... producer
Mike Reiss .... consulting producer
Jace Richdale .... co-executive producer
Phil Roman .... animation executive producer
David Sacks .... supervising producer
Richard Sakai .... producer
Bill Schultz .... animation producer
Mike Scully .... producer
David Silverman .... producer
Sam Simon .... executive producer
Ken Tsumura .... animation co-producer: Gracie Films
Josh Weinstein .... supervising producer
Michael Wolf .... animation producer
 
Original Music by
Alf Clausen 
 
Film Editing by
Don Barrozo 
Mark McJimsey 
 
Casting by
Bonita Pietila 
 
Production Management
Laurie Biernacki .... production manager
Barbara Cordova .... production manager
Alison Elliott .... post-production supervisor
Anne Luiting .... studio production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mark Ervin .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Karen Bauer .... color design supervisor
Shigeko Doyle .... painter
Paul Fetler .... color designer
Syd Kato .... color designer
Grant Lee .... color designer
Jeffrey Lynch .... storyboard
Jeff Myers .... storyboard (as Jeffrey A. Myers)
Belle Norman .... painter
Kevin O'Brien .... storyboard
Amy Rychlick .... color designer (as Amy Klees-Rychlich)
Cookie Tricarico .... painter
 
Sound Department
Gregory Cheever .... sound recordist (as Greg Cheever)
Ronny Cox .... production sound mixer (as Ronald Cox)
Anthony D'Amico .... re-recording mixer
Terry Greene .... sound editor: dialogue
Bobby Mackston .... sound editor: dialogue
Mark McJimsey .... sound editor: dialogue
Greg Orloff .... re-recording mixer
Travis Powers .... sound effects editor
Mike Reale .... sound recordist
R. Russell Smith .... re-recording mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Buchanan .... animation camera
Robert Ingram .... animation camera supervisor
 
Animation Department
Neil Affleck .... animation timer
Scott Alberts .... character designer
Orlando Baeza .... character layout artist (as Orlando Baeza Jr.)
Lynna Blankenship .... background layout artist (as Lynna P. Johnson)
Mark Borok .... character layout artist
Utit Choomuang .... animation director: overseas
Chris Clements .... character layout artist
Phyllis Craig .... ink and paint supervisor
Matt Groening .... character designer
Dale Hendrickson .... character design supervisor
Younghee Higa .... animation checker
Gary Hoffman .... background layout artist
Kent Holaday .... lip sync
John Krause .... background designer
Joel Kuwahara .... animation production coordinator: Gracie Films
Ely Lester .... character layout artist
Michael Ludy .... character layout artist
Istvan Majoros .... character layout artist
Maria Mariotti .... background designer
Steve Mealue .... character layout artist
J.C. Park .... animation producer: overseas
Debbie Peterson .... background layout artist (as Debbie A. Silver)
Michael Polcino .... animation timer
Sherie Pollack .... animation timer
Dan Povenmire .... character layout artist
Jordan Reichek .... character layout artist
Sam Simon .... character designer
Joe Wack .... character designer
Jefferson R. Weekley .... background layout artist
 
Casting Department
Jenifer Newman .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Dominique Braud .... post-production assistant (as Dominique Braud-Stiger)
Ralph A. Eusebio .... post-production coordinator
Larry Field .... telecine: Unitel Video
Don Gilbert .... post-production assistant
Tim Heyen .... negative cutter: D and A Film Cutting
Kurtis Kunsak .... assistant film editor
Ping Warner .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
Danny Elfman .... composer: theme "The Simpsons"
Pete Elia .... scoring second engineer
Chris Ledesma .... music editor
 
Other crew
Neil Alsip .... assistant to producers
Martin Alvarez .... production associate
Jacqueline Atkins .... assistant to producers
Jackie Banks .... scene planner
Brad Bird .... executive consultant
Christine Bourgeois .... production associate
Aileen Braun .... assistant to producers
James L. Brooks .... executive creative consultant
Annette Caton .... assistant: Matt Groening (as Annette Andersen)
David X. Cohen .... story editor (as David S. Cohen)
Sandra Contreras .... production accountant
N. Vyolet Diaz .... assistant to producers
Craig Feeney .... assistant to producers
Trixie Flynn .... assistant: James L. Brooks
Brent Forrester .... executive story editor
Nichole Graham .... production coordinator
Matt Groening .... creative consultant
Elizabeth Jacobs .... assistant: David Mirkin
Louise Jaffe .... script supervisor
Maria Kavanaugh .... assistant: James L. Brooks
Reid Kramer .... production assistant
Bob Kushell .... executive story editor
Jane Mackie .... assistant: Richard Sakai (as Jane M. Mackie)
Felicia Nalivansky-Caplan .... production coordinator (as Felicia Nalivansky)
Jane O'Brien .... assistant to producers
Sharon Ramsay .... production coordinator
Denise Sirkot .... executive vice president: Gracie Films
Richard Kevin Stith .... assistant to producers (as Richard-Kevin Stith)
John Swartzwelder .... consultant
Jon Vitti .... creative consultant
Lance Wilder .... background design supervisor
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James L. Brooks  developed by
Matt Groening  created by
Sam Simon  developed by

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Additional Details

Runtime:
Argentina:30 min | USA:30 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby | Dolby SR (seasons 3-19)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Back when this episode first aired there was a big contest over the summer to see who could guess who shot Mr. Burns.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The Burns Slant Drilling Corporation sign changes every time the building is shown.See more »
Quotes:
Groundskeeper Willie:Aaaaaaaaaagh! I'll *kill* that Mr Burns! And wound that Mr Smithers!See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Springfield's Most Wanted (1995) (TV)See more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Season 6: Solid plots and consistent laughs, 21 October 2013
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Where the fifth season had quite a few exaggerated plots, this sixth season mostly stays close to home with the episodes and generally focuses on the characters rather than extreme adventures. This is not to say that the plots still aren't imaginative and large, just that they mostly stay within the town and family, rather than, for example, blasting characters into space. This is just an observation though because really I don't mind as long as it works, and in this season it all works really well. The season doesn't quite have the "stacked classics" feel that season 4 did (for example) but generally the quality is high here.

The family are the driving force but the supporting cast make each episode stronger and this season continues to get the most out of them. The content of the show remains wonderfully subversive and directed towards adults – and not in a sly way, but in a very direct with. Whether it is some of the softer swear words or the sexual imagery, it clearly isn't really for children, but it is still cleverly done – not just crude for the sake of it but uses that tone in a positive way that fits. The animation is great with a lot of polish and lots of jokes in the detail of scenes as well as in the foreground. The voice work continues to be good but it is the writing that gives them such great dialogue to deliver.

Another very strong season of The Simpsons with consistently good episodes that are clever and funny.

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