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Lane Raichert was a story creator and writer for ReBoot. His work is seen throughout episodes of the first and second seasons, including Racing the Clock, The Quick and the Fed, The Medusa Bug, The TIFF, The Crimson Binome, Enzo the Smart, Wizards, Warriors, and a Word From Our Sponsor, The Great Brain Robbery, Talent Night, Infected and High Code.
He has had an extensive career in filmography spanning from Writer, Art Department, Miscellaneous Crew, Producer, Animation Department, Editor to Director.
From 1981 to present day Lane has been storywriter and editor for television series such as those from "Dragon Tales", "Recess", "The Wacky World of Tex Avery", "2 Stupid Dogs", "The Pink Panther", "The Addams Family", "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?", "Extreme Ghostbusters", "Pirates of Dark Water", and "The Flintstone Kids".
During these years Lane was also involved in the Art Department as Storyboard Artist and Creative Consultant for animated series including "Rolie Polie Olie", "Ozzy & Drix", "The Mummy: The Animated Series", "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island", "The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog", "Pac-Man", "The Kwicky Koala Show" and "Ri¢hie Ri¢h". For a complete list of all television shows and movies Lane Raichert has worked on visit his website at the Internet Movie Database.
In 1996, Lane was nominated the Humanitas Prize in Children's Animation Category for "Santo Bugito" episode 'The Carnivore Kid', sharing the award with Michael Price and Mark Hoffmeier.
In 2003 he founded his own private company 'Raichert Media, Inc' which offers services in specializing Computer Games, Publishing, and Broadcast Animation. Including advise and consultancy on Intellectual Property Development for video game franchises.
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