Article by PatrickD    (04-19-10 01:02 AM)
Animation historian Jerry Beck reported on his blog on Sunday that American producer Carl Macek passed away due to a heart attack on Saturday. Macek and Beck had co-founded Streamline Pictures in 1988.

Macek is best known for producing Robotech, the redubbed and edited adaptation of three different anime series -- Macross, Southern Cross, and Mospeada. He also worked on the dubbing of many anime projects from Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years (redubbed and edited adaptation of Captain Harlock and Queen Millennia) to more recently, Bleach and Naruto.

 
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04-19-10 01:33 AM - Post#6880    
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He laid many of the stepping stones for making anime big in America. I cannot help but wonder how my tastes in media would have evolved differently had he not done the work he did.
-Doug Wilder
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