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Lee Gunther

Lee Gunther


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Producer (feature film)

Gallavants (1988) as Executive Producer
G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987) as Executive Producer
The Joes fight trying to save the Earth from total destruction.
Transformers - The Movie (1986) as Executive Producer
The heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons are two factions of transforming robots who are fighting a war on the planet Cybertron. Further complicating matters is the giant planet Unicron, which can consume anything in its path. Unicron must be stopped and the Autobots possess the only thing that
My Little Pony (1986) as Executive Producer
The Little Ponies are preparing their annual spring festival at Dream Castle, but over at the Volcano of Gloom, evil witch Hydia and her daughters Draggle and Reeka are plotting to spoil the event. After the witches make a disgusting purple ooze which begins to bury Ponyland, the ponys call upon all

Producer (special)

Red Planet (1994) as Executive Producer
A three-part animated special adapted from Robert Heinlein's novel. While attending a boarding school on the Earth-colony planet of New Aries, a brother and sister discover the secret surrounding the planet's mysterious epidemic.
Dennis the Menace: Mayday For Mother (1981) as Executive In Charge Of Production
The story finds Dennis Mitchell, the mischievous young boy, attempting to overcome numerous setbacks as he struggles to make a special gift for his mother for Mother's Day.

Editing (special)

Incredible, Indelible, Magical, Physical Mystery Trip, The (1973) as Film Editor
A musical fantasy which combines live-action and animation to tell the story of a sister and brother who become animated to learn about themselves by taking a trip through the human body.

Producer (special)

Blondie and Dagwood I (1987) as Executive Producer
A half-hour animated special based on the popular comic strip. Dagwood is finally fired by Mr. Dithers, thus throwing the Bumstead family into chaos until Blondie comes to the rescue. "Chic" Young created the comic strip in 1930 and continued to write it until his death in 1973, when it was taken ov
Daffy Duck's Easter Show (1980) as Executive In Charge Of Production
The mischievous mallard, Daffy Duck, celebrates Easter in three sketches. In the first, Daffy seeks to outfox Sylvester the Cat for a golden egg laid by Prissy the Hen; the second story finds Daffy attempting to protect a chocolate factory from intruders; in the finale, Daffy attempts to hitchhike n
Bear Who Slept Through Christmas, The (1979) as Executive In Charge Of Production
The story of Ted E. Bear, a young cub who heads for the city in search of the Christmas spirit.
Dr. Seuss' Hoober Bloob Highway (1975) as Production Executive
The story of Hoober-Bloob Highway, an imaginary throughfare through which new creatures are dispatched to the world after having been briefed on the pros and cons of earthbound living by Mr. Hoober-Bloob, the chief dispatcher.
Dr. Seuss on the Loose (1973) as Production Executive
A trilogy of allegorial classics by one of the world's best-known author of children's books. "The Sneetches," the first tale, is a comment against snobbery as seen through the boasting of the star-bellied Sneetches as they ostracize their plain-bellied counterparts; "The Zax" concerns a south-going

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