The Adventures of T-Rex

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The Adventures of T-Rex
Created by Lee Gunther
Michael Wahl
Directed by Stephane Martinere
Composer(s) Robert J. Walsh
Country of origin Japan
United States
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 52
Producer(s) Kitty Film
Running time 30 Minutes
Distributor C&D (Créativité et Développement)
Gunther-Wahl Productions (English USA Dub)
Original network syndication
Original release 1992 – 1993

The Adventures of T-Rex (T-レックス (T-rekkusu)) is an animated series that aired in syndication from 1992 to 1993 in North America. The show features five musical Tyrannosaurus brothers who played to sold-out crowds as a vaudeville group for the Dragon company owned by the beautiful and wealthy Myrna while also secretly fighting crime as "T-REX," masterminded by Professor Edison. The show, an American/Japanese coproduction between C&D (Créativité et Développement), Gunther-Wahl Productions and well-known anime producer Kitty Film, lasted only one season.

Set in a world of anthropomophic dinosaurs, brothers Bernie (blue), Bruno (pink), Bubba (green), Buck (yellow) and Bugsy (purple) were born with special powers to help fight crime. Each brother's special power was related to a specific part of their anatomy; Bernie's legs, Bruno's arms, Bubba's tail, Buck's mouth and teeth, and Bugsy's telekinetic eyes. The group rode out on their Rexmobile to battle “Big Boss” Graves, crime kingpin of Rep City (the show's setting), and his evil organization, The Corporation. Kid sister Ginger was part of the singing group, but didn’t know about her brothers’ secret identities.

One of the show’s other noteworthy elements was giving the T-Rexes imitation celebrity voices: Jack Benny, Art Carney, Bing Crosby, Humphrey Bogart and Jimmy Durante.

Voice cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

  1. Hijack
  2. Hot Shot
  3. Rep Side Story
  4. Star!
  5. Mesmerized Mayor
  6. The Big Freeze
  7. Vinny and the Brothers
  8. Big Time at the Big House
  9. Rep City Games
  10. Robo Flop
  11. Screwloose
  12. Radio-Dazed
  13. Where's Ed?
  14. The Comeback Kid
  15. The Fabulous Brother Boys
  16. Play It Again
  17. Big Boss Blues
  18. Witness Protection
  19. Biggest Chill
  20. Dance Fever
  21. The Contender
  22. The Mayor's Egg
  23. The Flying Boat
  24. Rep City Guru
  25. The Kimono Caper
  26. Doctor in the House
  27. Crusin' for a Bruisin'
  28. Country Cousins
  29. The Rexmobile
  30. Really Big Foot
  31. It's All in the Cards
  32. Flo and Ed
  33. Fight at the Opera
  34. The Rex Stuff
  35. Rep City Blues
  36. Radio Rip-off
  37. Ginger Snaps
  38. They Flap by Night
  39. The Dough Stops Here
  40. Bungee Bandits
  41. The Best Offense
  42. My Fair Chain Gang
  43. The Grand Science Fair
  44. Crime Takes a Holiday
  45. The Rep City Rockets
  46. It's a Gas
  47. The Big Bite
  48. Bag of Bones
  49. Up the River
  50. Weekend in the Country
  51. Little Big Boss
  52. Super T-Rex


Created by
Michael Wahl, Lee Gunther
Developed by
Michael Wahl, Lee Gunther, Jean Chalopin
Original Character Designs by
Satoru Tsuda
Executive Producers
Michael Wahl, Lee Gunther, Jean Chalopin, Hidenori Taga
Co-Executive Producer
Mark Taylor Zahra Dowlatabadi
Rudy J. Zamura, Xavier Picard, Shigekazu Ochiai
Creative Consultant
Teleplay by
Jean Chalopin
Story Editor
Peter Lawrence
Directed by
Stephane Martinere
Voice Direction
Michael Donovan
Talent Coordinator
Gail Hackery
Liaison to Kitty
Gene Pelc
Overseas Production Supervisor
Toshiyuki Hiruma
Art Director
Charlie Sansonetti
Characters and Props
Francois Capuron, Didier Cassegrain, Laurent Duvault, Pascall Morelli, Michele Perbet
Background Designers
Max Braslavsky, Vincent Gassies, Bruno Julier, Florence Nizan, Luc Paulet
Remi Brenot, Boyd Kirkland Vic Dal Chele, Richard Danto, Adrian Gonzalez, Georges Grammat, Gordon Harrison Rick Hoberg Dave Jenkins Larry Latham, Philippe Landrot, Pascall Morelli, Ruben Negri, Pascal Pinon
Storyboard Review
Eric McConnell Saburo Hashimoto
Color Background Artists
Jean-Claude Bauer, Anne-Cecile de Rumine, Benedicte Fages, Genevieve, Penloup, Vincent Gassies
Color Key Artists
Claude Morelli, Isa Python, Genevieve Penloup, Maryann Stewart
Associate Producers
Karen Malach, Robert Winthrop
Production Coordinators
Monica Arce, Saiid Assefi, Claudia Ellis, Jill Gray, Kazumi Sawaguchi, Gaetano Vaccaro, Frank Weiss
Production Secretary
Samia De Jema
Animation Production
KK C&D Asia, AKOM Productions Company, Wang Film Productions Company Shigeru Akagawa, Hiroshi Toita, Hiroshi Saotome, Kitty Film
Animation Supervisors
Masanori Miura, Kazuyuki Hirokawa, Masakazu Higuchi, Eiji Okabe
Group Zen, Anime-Spot Co. Ltd, AD Cosmo Inc., Teleimage Japan Inc.
Animation Studios
Mad House, Philippe Animation Studio Inc., Mook Company Ltd, Samile Animation Co. Ltd, Hung Long Animation Co. Ltd
Animation Producer
Takahiko Tsuchiya
Editorial Services
Broughten-Winicki Inc.
Slugging & Sheet Direction
Pretend Production
Original Music by
Robert J. Walsh
Music Editor
Jeffrey R. King
Sound Effects & Mix by
Dick and Rogers Sound Studio Ltd, Fury and Grace
Post Production Supervisor
Yannick Heude
Audio Supervisor
Jacques Siegel
Video Supervisor
Jean-Marc Fonseca
Post Production Coordinators
Aban Patel, Suzanne Remiot

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