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*The writing on the door to the robotics lab is missing in one scene.
*The writing on the door to the robotics lab is missing in one scene.
*On the screen, XL's yellow eye switch side.
*At one point, XL's yellow eye switched sides.
==Voice Actors==
==Voice Actors==

Revision as of 02:12, April 12, 2013

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Production Information
Original Airdate October 4, 2000
Ep. Number 003
Prod. Code 007
  • Tad Stones
  • Mark McCorkle
  • Bob Schooley
Director(s) Don MacKinnon
Story Editor(s)
Story by
Writer(s) Rick Gitelson
Studio Hana Animation Co., Ltd.
Series Continuity
Previous Gravitina
Next Little Secrets

XL is the third episode of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It first aired on October 4, 2000, and is the seventh episode in production.


After a series of burglaries of the latest technology, Team Lightyear discovers the burgler is XL, a prototype robot ranger who was created before XR. XL, who was reactivated by Zurg, has been seeking robotic parts in order to improve himself and take revenge on Star Command by kidnapping Commander Nebula. Team Lightyear must go stop the revenge-crazed robot and save their commander.


Under construction.



Under construction.


  • When Commander Nebula shows Buzz and XR the top secret files on XL, he refers to them as the "X-L Files". This could be a reference to the television series, The X-Files, in that the files in both shows are classified and are kept hidden by high authorities.


  • The writing on the door to the robotics lab is missing in one scene.
  • At one point, XL's yellow eye switched sides.

Voice Actors

Production Details

Executive Producers: Tad Stone, Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley
Director: Don MacKinnon
Story Editor: Gary Sperling
Written by: Rick Gitelson

Voice Casting and Dialogue Director: Jamie Thomason

Storyboard: Alfred Gonzales, Llyn Hunter
Timing Directors: Frank Andrina, John Ahern
Sheet Timing: Frank Andrina, John Ahern
Supervising Character Design: Greg Guler
Character Design: Brian Brookshier
Key Location Design: Ken McGill, Latchezar Gouchev
Prop Design: Tris Mast, Brian Brookshier, Tom Foxmarnick
Lead Background Paint: Donna Prince
Associate Producer: Natasha Kopp
Production Manager:
Zoe Seals
Creative Consultant from Pixar: Jeff Pidgeon
Color Key Stylist: Jan Cummings
Storyboard Revisions: Alan Wright
Digital Color Correction: Donald Devine
Scanner: Adam Chase

CGI Main Title: Pixar Animation Studios

Music by: Adam Berry
Main Title Theme by: Adam Berry

Animation Production by: Hana Animation Co., Ltd

Directors: Young-Sang Yoon, Eun-Sub Hong, Kyoung Ho Lee
Backgrounds: Young-Ku Kim, Woo-Sang Yun
Camera: Chul-Kyu Lim
Animators: Jung-Tak Kim, Eun-Young Byun, Kuen-Sik Song, Sung-Chul Lee, Jung-Hee Jung, Ae-Kyoung Choi

Supervising Film Editor: John Royer
First Assistant Film Editor: Jennifer Harrison
Assistant Film Editor: Tally Paulos
Pre-Production Dialogue Editor: Monte Bramer
Track Reading: Skip Craig
Post Production Manager: Steven J. Arenas
Post Production Supervisor: Rachel Pusateri
Audio Supervisor: Victor Garcia
Post Production Coordinator: Mark Allen Bollinger
Supervising Sound Editor: Jennifer E. Mertens
Sound Effects Editors: Rick Hammel, Otis Van Osten, Kenneth D. Young
Sound Editor:
Eric Hertsgaard
Supervising Music Editor: Brian F. Mars
Re-Recording Mixers: Michael Jiron, Allen Stone
Supervising Music Editor: Dominick Certo
On-line Editor: Keith Cook
Production Coordinator: Bill Turner
Script Coordinator: Dawn T. Connors
Production Associate: Sean Reed
Production Secretaries: Linda DeLizza, Jessica Farley
Talent Coordinator: David Wright III
Production Accountant: Ron J. Earhart

Produced by: Walt Disney Television Animation

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