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LA STUDIOS TO RECORD VOICES FOR DISNEY'S ANIMATED 'SUPER ROBOT MONKEY'

September 28, 2004
LA STUDIOS TO RECORD VOICES FOR DISNEY'S ANIMATED 'SUPER ROBOT MONKEY' LOS ANGELES - LA Studios has been chosen by Walt Disney Television Animation to record the voices for its animated children's series "Super Robot Monkey." The series debuted on September 18th on ABC Family and features the voices of Mark Hamill, Corey Feldman and Clancy Brown, among others. In addition to voice recording, the audio house is also providing sound editing services for the series.

LA Studios is part of The LA Studios, Inc., which also consists of Margarita Mix Hollywood and Margarita Mix de Santa Monica. In addition to "Super Robot Monkey," the facility is currently Disney's "Lilo & Stitch," "Brandy & Mr. Whiskers" and "Maggie."


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