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  • David Wise
  • David Wise
  • David Wise
  • David Wise
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  • Wise would leave the series after the ninth season, the first that would not involve most of the characters he had crafted and helped mold for much of his run.
  • David Wise est un √©crivain pour Big Finish Productions.
  • David Wise is a popular screenwriter. He's written episodes of a variety of popular animated series, such as Filmation's Star Trek. He wrote the episode How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth?", which won the show an Emmy. He's also wrote episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers, Batman: The Animated Series and many more.
  • David Wise is a British composer who worked for Rare up until late 2009 and has since become a freelance composer and sound designer, founding a new personal studio (known as 'David Wise Sound Studio') the following year. He composed the music for Star Fox Adventures. In addition to Adventures, David Wise has composed the music for a great many games (including the Battletoads series and the Donkey Kong Country series), and is one of the more accomplished composers in the industry. For a more complete list of his works, see his article on Wikipedia.
  • David Wise is an American televison animation writer. He is perhaps best known as the head writer for the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, where he wrote over one hundred episodes. He was also the single most prolific writer for the Generation One cartoon series, penning fifteen episodes.
  • Wise may be best known for his work on the original Transformers series. He also served as a story editor on the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series for nine seasons. Other animated programs he has written for include Jem, Batman: The Animated Series, and Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams. In 2010, he wrote Gallifrey: Forever, a Doctor Who spin-off audio drama for the UK based Big Finish Productions. It was released on March 31, 2011.
  • Prior to his involvement in the DWU, Wise was a prolific writer of children's animation and live action shows from the 1970s to the 1990s in the United States. One of his first professional jobs was writing "", an episode of . This makes him, along with Jane Espenson, John Shiban and James Swallow, one of only four people to write for performed Star Trek and Doctor Who.
  • David Wise is a prolific and respected video game composer, known for being the main musician behind the acclaimed Donkey Kong Country series soundtrack. He was hired part-time to compose music for every NES Rare game since 1987. He later worked as a full-time composer in Rare from 1994 until 2009, when he quit the company. After a brief hiatus he started working again as a freelance composer on various games, including the return to his most known franchise with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.
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  • Samen met Russell Bates schreef hij de Star Trek: The Animated Series aflevering "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth". Deze aflevering kreeg als enige van de oorspronkelijke Star Trek series een Emmy Award. In het seizoen 1974-1975 ontving de aflevering de prijs in de categorie: "Outstanding Entertainment Children's Series".
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  • Yooka-Laylee
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  • nm0936335
Naam
  • David Wise
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Links
  • * at Wikipedia
Titles
  • Writer
Company
  • Rare [currently freelance]
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  • Slalom
Employers
  • DC Comics; WB
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  • 936335
Gender
  • Male
Position
  • Music Composer
Born
  • --09-13
RealName
  • David Wise
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  • Wise would leave the series after the ninth season, the first that would not involve most of the characters he had crafted and helped mold for much of his run.
  • David Wise est un √©crivain pour Big Finish Productions.
  • David Wise is a popular screenwriter. He's written episodes of a variety of popular animated series, such as Filmation's Star Trek. He wrote the episode How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth?", which won the show an Emmy. He's also wrote episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers, Batman: The Animated Series and many more.
  • David Wise is a British composer who worked for Rare up until late 2009 and has since become a freelance composer and sound designer, founding a new personal studio (known as 'David Wise Sound Studio') the following year. He composed the music for Star Fox Adventures. In addition to Adventures, David Wise has composed the music for a great many games (including the Battletoads series and the Donkey Kong Country series), and is one of the more accomplished composers in the industry. For a more complete list of his works, see his article on Wikipedia.
  • David Wise is an American televison animation writer. He is perhaps best known as the head writer for the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, where he wrote over one hundred episodes. He was also the single most prolific writer for the Generation One cartoon series, penning fifteen episodes.
  • Wise may be best known for his work on the original Transformers series. He also served as a story editor on the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series for nine seasons. Other animated programs he has written for include Jem, Batman: The Animated Series, and Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams. In 2010, he wrote Gallifrey: Forever, a Doctor Who spin-off audio drama for the UK based Big Finish Productions. It was released on March 31, 2011.
  • Prior to his involvement in the DWU, Wise was a prolific writer of children's animation and live action shows from the 1970s to the 1990s in the United States. One of his first professional jobs was writing "", an episode of . This makes him, along with Jane Espenson, John Shiban and James Swallow, one of only four people to write for performed Star Trek and Doctor Who.
  • Samen met Russell Bates schreef hij de Star Trek: The Animated Series aflevering "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth". Deze aflevering kreeg als enige van de oorspronkelijke Star Trek series een Emmy Award. In het seizoen 1974-1975 ontving de aflevering de prijs in de categorie: "Outstanding Entertainment Children's Series". Hij is waarschijnlijk het bekendst door zijn werk aan de oorspronkelijke Transformers serie. Ook diende hij als verhaalbewerker aan de negen seizoenen van de Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Andere programma's waar hij aan werkte waren o.a. Jem, Batman: The Animated Series en Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams.
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  • David Wise is a prolific and respected video game composer, known for being the main musician behind the acclaimed Donkey Kong Country series soundtrack. He was hired part-time to compose music for every NES Rare game since 1987. He later worked as a full-time composer in Rare from 1994 until 2009, when he quit the company. After a brief hiatus he started working again as a freelance composer on various games, including the return to his most known franchise with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.
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