With a career that spanned over five decades and encompassed virtually every kind of media, writer Jameson Brewer is admired by legions of animation fans for his efforts in translating such Japanese anime television series as Voltron and Battle of the Worlds for U.S. television. Brewer got off to an impressive start in the business with story work on Disney's Fantasia (1940), and in addition to putting pen to paper for such classic small-screen dramas as Ethel Barrymore Theater and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, he also began building an extensive list of feature credits that included Sweet Genevieve (1947), Okinawa (1952), and Ghost Town (1955). Rising through the ranks as story editor on everything from Mission: Impossible to The Addams Family, the prolific writer reached what many anime fans consider to be his career peak with his work on various animated television shows of the 1970s and '80s; his marked attention to detail offering a smooth translation of numerous Japanese television mainstays. Other feature screenwriting credits include the beloved Don Knotts comedy The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) and the 1973 chiller Terror in the Wax Museum. On September 11, 2003, Jameson Brewer died of natural causes in Thousand Oaks, CA. He was 87.