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"Rocko's Modern Life" Closet Clown/Seat to Stardom (1996)

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Rocko's Modern Life: Season 4: Episode 7 -- When a clown's truck breaks down in front of his house, Ed Bighead begins to lead a double life./Rocko's behind earns him a place among the beautiful people of the fashion world when he becomes the spokes-wallaby for "Wedgie Boy" undergarments.

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Writers:
Joe Murray (creator)
Tim Hill (story) (segment "Closet Clown") ...
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Original Air Date:
16 July 1996 (Season 4, Episode 7)
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Plot:
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)

Charles Adler ... Ed Bighead / Bev Bighead / Mr. Dupette / Additional Voices (voice)

Carlos Alazraqui ... Rocko / Spunky / Leon Chameleon / Additional Voices (voice)

Tom Kenny ... Heffer Wolfe / Really Really Big Man / Chuck Chameleon / Additional Voices (voice)

Mr. Lawrence ... Filburt Turtle / Duck / Additional Voices (voice)

Linda Wallem ... Dr. Paula Hutchison / Leena / Mother (voice)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jeff Myers (segment "Seat to Stardom")
Robert Scull (segment "Closet Clown") (as Robert McNally-Scull)
 
Writing credits
Joe Murray (creator)

Tim Hill (story) (segment "Closet Clown") &
Stephen Hillenburg (story) (segment "Closet Clown")

Robert Scull (additional writing) (segment "Closet Clown") (as Robert McNally-Scull) &
Robert Porter (additional writing) (segment "Closet Clown")

Tim Hill (story) (segment "Seat to Stardom")

Jeff Myers (additional writing) (segment "Seat to Stardom") &
John McIntyre (additional writing) (segment "Seat to Stardom")

Produced by
Mary Harrington .... executive producer
Stephen Hillenburg .... creative producer
Joe Murray .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Pat Irwin 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John McIntyre .... assistant director (segment "Seat to Stardom")
Robert Porter .... assistant director (segment "Closet Clown")
 
Art Department
John McIntyre .... storyboard artist (segment "Seat to Stardom")
Jeff Myers .... storyboard artist (segment "Seat to Stardom")
Robert Porter .... storyboard artist (segment "Closet Clown")
Robert Scull .... storyboard artist (segment "Closet Clown") (as Robert McNally-Scull)
 
Sound Department
Brad Brock .... foley mixer
Brad Brock .... prod sound mixer
Al Gomez .... foley editor & mixer
 
Animation Department
Timothy Björklund .... animator: main title sequence
George S. Chialtas .... animation director (segment "Closet Clown") (as George Chialtas)
Robert Hughes .... animation director (segment "Seat to Stardom")
Carl Linton .... layout supervisor: overseas
Scott Mansz .... overseas animation supervisor
Shawn Murday .... assistant animator: main title
Joe Murray .... animator: main title sequence
Joe Murray .... character designer: main
 
Other crew
Tim Hill .... story editor
Stephen Hillenburg .... creative director
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mr. Lawrence  creator: "Fatheads" sequence
Joe Murray  creator

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Additional Details

Runtime:
25 min
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Certification:
Brazil:Livre (some epiosodes)

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