Richard "The Great Stoneini" Stone (November 27, 1953 - March 9, 2001) was an Emmy award-winning American composer best known for his contributions to Warner Bros. animation. Richard began his composing career with Warner Bros. on Tiny Toon Adventures in the episode "The Wide World of Elmyra". He would move on from Tiny Toons to Animaniacs where his influence was greatly shown. Many fans compared his work with that of Looney Tunes composer Carl Stalling. In fact, when recording the music for Animaniacs, Richard used the same soundstage that Stalling used and even the same piano. Richard's other works with Warner Bros. include Taz-Mania, Pinky and the Brain, Freakazoid!, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries and Histeria! On March 9, 2001, Richard passed away at the young age of 47 from pancreatic cancer.
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