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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Carmine Falcone with sound clips and images.
Carmine Falcone is one of the various antagonists of the Batman franchise (and one of the few known normal/non-super villain ones) whom has been in the Batman comics since Batman #404 back in 1987. Carmine Falcon is a known Mafia Don in Gotham City whom is also known as "The Roman" in which he likes to affectionately refer his territory as "The Roman Empire". While Carmine is one of Batman's various foes he is also a foe of certain other members of Batman's Rogues Gallery namely Catwoman and Two Face (in which there are stories in which he played a part in why those two became who they are). Carmine Falcone is generally known for being in Batman stories where Batman was starting his career as a superhero and having a generally okay relationship with the Maroni family as he and Sal Maroni are former rivals.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Batman VC section we have a little look at this homage to the Godfather's Michael Corleone... CARMINE FALCONE! We shall actually begin with the video game based off of the Batman Begins movie in which Tom Wilkinson did reprise his role from the movie. While I admit I do think that Tom's performance was a bit more memorable in the movie than it was in the game but its still good though as it does suit the role fairly well and is a pretty good example of the voice-work in the game.
About 6 years later there was a direct adaptation of the Frank Miller comic Batman Year One with an animated movie of the same name in which Alex Rocco gets to take over the role here. In case if you didn't already know Alex Rocco has been playing men in the Mafia for decades now so in other words Alex is fairly familiar with roles like this and it shows pretty well here. Alex does try to go for a nice mix of gruffness and smoothness in his voice for the role which works out pretty well here. Alex's performance for the role also does suit on how Carmine is known as a charismatic smooth-talker but will generally be violent when things don't go his way and is a good example of the voice-work in Batman Year One. Overall I liked them both but I will go with Alex Rocco a bit more here...