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"Nature" Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom (2010)

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Writer:
Gianna Savoie (written by)
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14 November 2010 (Season 29, Episode 5)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)
Steve Kroschel ... Himself
Craig Sechler ... Himself - Narrator

Episode Crew
Writing credits
Gianna Savoie (written by)

Daniel Bernstein  uncredited

Produced by
Rob Booth .... associate producer
Fred Kaufman .... executive producer
Laura Metzger .... senior producer
Bill Murphy .... series producer
Bijan Rezvani .... producer
Gianna Savoie .... producer
Chie Witt .... associate producer
Janice Young .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Chris Biondo 
Lenny Williams 
 
Cinematography by
Joe Pontecorvo  (as Joseph Pontecorvo)
 
Film Editing by
Stacey Douglass Moverley 
 
Production Management
Julie Schapiro Thorman .... production manager
 
Art Department
Nick Miller .... creative director
Brian Santalone .... pagebuilder
Joy Weeng .... designer
 
Sound Department
Brian Beatrice .... sound editor
Ed Campbell .... sound re-recording mixer
Scot Charles .... sound recordist
Nimmida Norraket .... sound recordist
Kipjaz Savoie .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mario Benassi .... additional camera operator
Russell Chadwick .... additional camera operator
Alan McPheely .... additional camera operator
Shane Moore .... additional camera operator
Robert Poole .... additional camera operator (as Bob Poole)
Kipjaz Savoie .... additional camera operator
 
Animation Department
Stephen Moverley .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Robert Booth .... assistant editor
Shane Dillon .... on-line editor
Patrick Krass .... on-line editor
Eric Rosen .... colorist
 
Other crew
Sarah Darro .... production assistance
Sam Egendorf .... production assistance
William Grant .... executive in charge
Daniel B. Greenberg .... senior director
Janet Hess .... series editor
David Hirmes .... strategy director
Jayne Jun .... production assistant
Brian Lee .... technical director
 
Thanks
Bruce Evans .... special thanks
Dale Pedersen .... special thanks
Brian Whitlock .... special thanks
Jason Wilmot .... special thanks
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Nigel Cole (episode "Wild Horses of Mongolia")
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Hobson  (episode "Gooney Birds of Midway") (episode "Mountains in the Mist") (episode "Resurrection at Truk Lagoon") (episode "Saguaro - Sentinel of the Desert") (episode "Yellowstone In Winter")

Produced by
Suzanne Weinert .... producer (episode "Wild Horses of Mongolia")
 
Production Management
John F. Schwally .... senior production manager (1993-1998)
 
Sound Department
Rob Whitehurst .... sound recordist (1995-)
 
Music Department
Rob Cairns .... composer: main title (1999-)
 
Other crew
Billy Pittard .... creative director
Juan Rosenfeldt .... title designer
Ed Sullivan .... creative director
 
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References Never Cry Wolf (1983)See more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
I'm really impressed how far these folks went to make this episode!, 5 December 2011
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

The wolverine is one of the rarest and most elusive mammals in North America. And, to make it worse, they inhabit the most cold and inhospitable places. So, the fact that this film was able to track so many of them in the wild shows to what great lengths they would go to make this episode. Sure, a few were animals in captivity but many showed folks trekking across frozen glaciers and the like looking for the critters. And, to make things worse, despite their small size, these are NOT the nicest creatures on the planet!! The documentary was exceptional and I sure learned a lot about the creatures. Learning how they often survive just by eating bones, how they can be NICE if hand-raised, that they are sociable in the wild, and how a crazy researching them is willing to crawl into possible wolverine dens!! Well constructed, fascinating and relatively unique, as few films are about the wolverine and this one seems to have more wolverine encounters than any other.

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