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Mel Blanc for American Express
Without his AmEx, he's just a thousand distinct voices
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His voice has as much impact on me as my own father's.
He literally sounds like the perfect blend of all the characters he voiced.
Damn. Even his normal voice is really memorable.
If anyone votes less than five, I will find you.
If I could give this a trillion stars, I would.
Interesting he mentions Elmer Fudd, since that was one of the few voices he *didn't* do.
Well, he did voice Elmer from 1972-1989
Ain't that true, Caminante.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Reminding us that once upon a time, you could make a name for yourself just by training your voice.
Voting five stars because the man bought me much joy as a kid.
Voice acting is often overlooked but it's there in the background, making things great or terrible, and this man was one of the greats.
When Mel Blanc speaks, the entire 20th century has meaning
I need an AmEx card!
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