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'''Lisberger Studios, Inc.''' was an animation studio located in Boston, Massachusetts that produced animated films during the 70's and early 80's. Lisberger Studios was founded by [[Steven Lisberger]], who would later write and direct the movie, [[TRON]]. Notable Lisberger Studio alumni include, [[Roger Allers]] (who directed The Lion King and Open Season as well as co-writing Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Emperor's New Groove), [[John Norton]] (who designed the [[Recognizer]] vehicle for TRON, and worked on A Goofy Movie and The Brave Little Toaster) and [[wikipedia:Brad Bird|Brad Bird]] (of Pixar fame).
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'''Lisberger Studios, Inc.''' was an animation studio located in Boston, Massachusetts that produced animated films during the 70's and early 80's. Lisberger Studios was founded by [[Steven Lisberger]], who would later write and direct the movie, [[TRON]]. Notable Lisberger Studio alumni include, [[Roger Allers]] (who directed ''The Lion King'' and ''Open Season'' as well as co-writing ''Beauty and the Beast'', ''Aladdin'' and ''The Emperor's New Groove''), [[John Norton]] (who designed the [[Recognizer]] vehicle for TRON, and worked on ''A Goofy Movie'' and ''The Brave Little Toaster'') and [[wikipedia:Brad Bird|Brad Bird]] (of Pixar fame).
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Lisberger Studios, Inc. was an animation studio located in Boston, Massachusetts that produced animated films during the 70's and early 80's. Lisberger Studios was founded by Steven Lisberger, who would later write and direct the movie, TRON. Notable Lisberger Studio alumni include, Roger Allers (who directed The Lion King and Open Season as well as co-writing Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Emperor's New Groove), John Norton (who designed the Recognizer vehicle for TRON, and worked on A Goofy Movie and The Brave Little Toaster) and Brad Bird (of Pixar fame).

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