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  1. pete
    2 Days Ago
    pete
    Have an opinion on this thread?

    http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...6159#post86159

    And does this count as Vintage Marvel? And you have an opinion?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7gRcNLhCb4
  2. VoteForSirAtlas
    5 Days Ago
    VoteForSirAtlas
    I am expecting your answer about voice acting of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon. Where did you find Claude Rae's year of death (1995)?
  3. Polyester Funk
    5 Days Ago
    Polyester Funk
    I'm used to seeing Anthony De Longis with the shaved head and eye patch from Masters of the Universe. I have seen him outside of that movie before, but he looks different wearing real world clothing and having hair.
  4. VoteForSirAtlas
    5 Days Ago
    VoteForSirAtlas
    Deceased cast members of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon are: Bernard Cowan (died in 1990), Paul Kligman (died in 1985), Vern Chapman (died in 2008), Gillie Fenwick (died in 2006), Billie Mae Richards (died in 2010), Tom Harvey (died this year), Henry Ramer (died in 2009), Len Carlson (died in 2006), Ed McNamara (died in 1986), Max Ferguson (died in 2013), Jack Mather (died in 2006), Frank Perry (died in 2009) and J. Frank Willis (died in 1969).
    Surviving cast members of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon are: Paul Soles, Peg Dixon, Chris Wiggins and Alfie Scopp.
    I don't know about Claude Rae's fate. Will you sleuth about the fates of him and Gillie Fenwick? Where did you find Alfie Scopp's year of birth (1919)? And why was decided to voice the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, despite being made in the United States of America?
  5. Polyester Funk
    1 Week Ago
    Polyester Funk
    I feel kinda bad that I called it "cheesy" now. It does look like there was plenty of cheese, but more to it than that. I did see that thread some time ago and its something that so many VAs appeared on it. I've seen some of those guys on other shows, but having so many on just one show is quite something.
  6. Polyester Funk
    1 Week Ago
    Polyester Funk
    I don't think I've seen MacGuyver since I was a little kid. I remember my dad watching it occasionally and that MacGuyver could make a bomb out of an eraser and a paperclip. That's a great collection of Murdoc "death" scenes. How on Earth did he survive all of that? I do kinda miss those cheesy shows were crazy things happened and no one ever really got hurt.
  7. Polyester Funk
    1 Week Ago
    Polyester Funk
    I want to ask, who's your new avatar? I feel like that guy looks familiar, but I can't place him. Maybe I don't know who it is, but he just looks kinda familiar.
  8. pete
    1 Week Ago
    pete
    Which brings up a question? You prefer Vintage Marvel or DC?
  9. pete
    1 Week Ago
    pete
    Made a thread on Mickey Rooney if you're interested.

    http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...5444#post85444
  10. pete
    1 Week Ago
    pete
    Another actor who should be Jabba The Hutt after Ed Asner got to do it, John Goodman.

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