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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Lt. Stone with sound clips and images.
Lt. Stone is one of the various members of G.I Joe (though his name is generally unknown only the 2009 film G.I Joe Rise of Cobra has actually given him a name as Geoffrey Stone IV.) Lt Stone is one of the more inconsistently depicted members of the Joe Team as one could already notice here. But there are certain consistent aspects about Lt. Stone such as he is generally known as a fairly old soldier whom is a friend of an older soldier (such as Sgt Savage and General Hawk) and that he is well... a Lieutenant. But still regardless of what rank he holds Lt. Stone is very much a professional soldier whom may not always have the best regard to authority but is definitely willing to fight the forces of evil.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the GI Joe Voice Compare section we have a little something different as here is a little something from one of the G.I Joe characters from the 90's... LT. STONE! We shall actually start this one off with Garry Chalk in G.I Joe Extreme. I know that GI Joe Extreme wasn't exactly all that renowned but say what you will about that series but Garry Chalk's work as Lt. Stone was definitely not bad. While this is by no means the only time he has ever done a heroic leader role his work as Lt. Stone is an interesting take on that as while its not hard to tell that Garry Chalk is voicing Stone but I did like the somewhat rougher edge that Garry did with his Stone voice. Once again Garry has displayed on how he knows how to do an authoritative performance but as Garry's work as Lt. Stone sounds a bit rougher and more manly but of course sound genuinely heroic. So to make a long story Garry Chalk's work as Lt. Stone is probably one of the better performances of G.I Joe Extreme.
About a decade later Lt. Stone appeared in G.I Joe Sigma Six in which Dan Green gets to take over the role here. While it may be slightly strange on how Dan played the role of Lt. Stone with an English accent but Dan's attempt at the accent is decent enough though. (However it does seem a little ironic on how Garry Chalk who is from England played Stone as an American while Dan Green whom is an American played Lt Stone as an Englishman.) But anyways despite the different accent Dan was also able to play Stone as a serious mannered soldier whom is firm but not too overly stoic. While alike his Vancouver counterpart here for this role, Dan Green's performance as Lt. Stone is not one of his better performances but it is a pretty good example of his work nevertheless. Overall both performances are pretty good but while I may have liked Sigma Six more than G.I Joe Extreme I am thinking of actually picking Garry Chalk this time.