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Not to be confused with the Studiopolis Zone in Sonic Mania.
Studiopolis

One of the rooms in Studiopolis.

Studiopolis, Inc. is an American post-production studio located in Studio City, Los Angeles. It specializes in voiceover recording and dubbing for several cartoon, anime, and video game projects. They were formerly known as Screenmusic Studios and then Studio E Productions until 2005. The studio is owned by Jamie Simone.[1]

In 2010, the 4Kids voice cast were replaced (with the exception of Mike Pollock) with the Studiopolis voice cast as the official English voice cast for the Sonic the Hedgehog video games in 2010 starting from Sonic Free Riders and Sonic Colors.

Notable Studiopolis voice actors/actresses[]

Credits[]

Studiopolis Boom cast

Travis Willingham, Cindy Robinson, Colleen O'Shaughnessey and Roger Craig Smith recording lines for the Sonic Boom TV series.

Trivia[]

  • Studiopolis was erroneously spelt as "Stuidopolis" in Sonic Free Riders and Sonic Colors.
  • Studiopolis had a Zone named after it in Sonic Mania.

References[]

  1. "Tiger & Bunny Panel". Anime News Network. July 1, 2012. Retrieved April 28, 2016.

External links[]

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