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Robert D. Cardona

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Robert D. Cardona

Robert D. Cardona
Born (1930-03-07) March 7, 1930
Southern California, United States
Residence United Kingdom, Canada
Occupation Television writer, Producer, Director and Animator
Years active 1967-1998
Organization Clearwater Features
Notable work Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, Tugs

Robert D. Cardona (born March 7, 1930 in Southern California) is an American television writer, producer, director and animator. He co-founded Clearwater Features, along with David Mitton, in 1980.[1]


Cardona has been based in the United Kingdom for much of his career. His best-known work is with his working partner David Mitton; their productions include Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, which Cardona produced until 1986 (the second series), and Tugs, which ran for 13 episodes.

Cardona has also worked on other British TV series such as The Flaxton Boys, The Four Feathers, Thriller, Fraud Squad, Crime of Passion, Emmerdale and Virgin of the Secret Service. In the early 1990s, he moved to Canada, where he worked on the children's series Theodore Tugboat.


  1. ^ "David Mitton Profile".  

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