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Rick Duffield (creator)
Mo Rocca (staff writer)
TV Series:
Original Air Date:
28 November 1998 (Season 1, Episode 33)
Wishbone is d'Artagnan in one story, while also trying to join the kids in school in the other. Once inside, he hunts down Mort the rat, who has been chewing up the school. | Add synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
Larry Brantley ... Wishbone (voice)
Jordan Wall ... Joe Talbot

Christie Abbott ... Sam Kepler
Adam Springfield ... David Barnes

Mary Chris Wall ... Ellen Talbot (credit only)
Angee Hughes ... Wanda Gilmore (credit only)

Brent Anderson ... Porthos
Christopher Carlos ... Aramis
Joe Nemmers ... Athos

Kevin Page ... Cardinal Richeleu

Sally Vahle ... Milady (as Sally Nystuen)
Cliff Stephens ... Cardinal's Guard #1
Billy E. Jones ... Cardinal's Guard #2
Rene Moreno ... Mr. Delgado

John Walpole ... Janitor (as Trey Walpole)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Soccer the Dog ... Wishbone

Episode Crew
Directed by
Ken Harrison 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Vincent Brown  written by
Rick Duffield  creator
Mo Rocca  staff writer
Gail Schmeichel  written by
Stephanie Simpson  written by

Produced by
Betty A. Buckley .... producer
Rick Duffield .... executive producer
Stephanie Simpson .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Tim Cissell 
Cinematography by
Bert Guthrie 
Film Editing by
Julia Dunn 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Clay Bakker .... additional unit director
Kevin Boyle .... second assistant director: additional unit
Rick Duffield .... additional unit director
Allison Graham .... second second assistant director
Craig Mayes .... first assistant director
Steven McAfee .... first assistant director: additional unit
Joey Stewart .... second assistant director
Art Department
Jason Hammond .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Deborah Cornish .... sound effects editor
Richard Phillips .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Alexander .... electrician
Jason Knee .... lighting technician
Stephen Ritchey .... grip
Caris Palm Turpen .... director of photography: additional unit
Editorial Department
Kelly Riemenschneider .... assistant editor
Music Department
Tim Cissell .... musical director
Roger Holmes .... orchestrator
Other crew
Gail Lee Dunson .... assistant production coordinator
Ernest Z. Frausto .... studio executive
'Dirty White Boy' Jeff Hess .... accountant assistant

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Susan B. Chick  written by
Rick Duffield  creator

Original Music by
Mark Menza 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Nolan .... second assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Cee Moravec .... set dresser
Sound Department
Jeremy Brill .... assistant sound mixer
Special Effects by
Lawrence A. Aeschlimann .... special effects coordinator (40 episodes)
Visual Effects by
John Johns .... 24 frame computer technician
Jim Henry .... stunts
Ben Loggins .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Dunson .... dolly grip
Rocky Ford .... grip (as Rocky W. Ford)
Michelle Madison .... second assistant camera
Peter D. Roome .... additional first assistant camera
Editorial Department
Eric Stockbridge .... post-production assistant
Other crew
Joseph Crisalli .... assistant to producer
Lynn Hirshfield .... creative consultant
Luke Little .... production assistant
Suzanne Parham .... set teacher (season 2)
Jennifer Porst .... production assistant
George L. Tarrant Jr. .... key set production assistant (1997)
Jodi Lynn Thomas .... body double
Jodi Lynn Thomas .... stand-in

Additional Details

Did You Know?

Continuity: The computer shuts off because the lab rat chewed through a cord. When Joe holds it up, it is the AC (power) cord. If this cable was broken, the computer would just turn off, and not beep (or make any electronic noises) before doing so. Also, Joe picks it up quite easily and without having to pull it out of the outlet that it would have to be in if the computer was just working. Additionally, there would be a lot of power cords going to the computer. If Mort chewed through just one, either the computer itself would turn off (and the monitor would display an error rather than just black), or the monitor would turn off (which, with a CRT monitor, would make a "click").See more »


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