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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Pepito with sound clips and images.
Pepito is one of the many protagonists in the Madeline series as his debut was in Madeline and the Bad Hat. Pepito is the young son of the Spanish Ambassador and his Wife, when Pepito first moved in he teased the girls and soon angered them especially Madeline as they are appalled by how nasty he can be especially to his pet animals. However it is revealed that Pepito is actually lonely since his parents paid so little attention to him but after Pepito was injured after getting mauled by stray dogs he does apologize for his antics and has now befriended the girls especially Madeline. After Pepito's introduction he and Madeline have become very close friends and some of the stories like to imply some romantic tension between the two (though some more than others).
Created by Pokejedservo on Aug 7 2012, 13 Comments
EDITOR'S OPINIONHola amigos today on the Madeline VC section we take a look at this young son of a Spanish Ambassador namely... PEPITO! Ahora vamos a comenzar.
Julian Bailey- Julian's attempt at the accent is a bit light but other than that his voice does work well as the rather mischievous boy. Julian's performance does suit Pepito when he is being a nasty little brat to when he becomes a nicer boy later on and it is a good example of the voice work in the original specials.
AJ Bond- AJ's attempt at the Spanish accent is a bit better as his voice for the role does suit how energetic Pepito can be. AJ's performance is also pretty good as it does suit how while Pepito is a nice and playful boy now he still can be a little temperamental and AJ's voice work in the show is a good example of the voice work in the '93 series.
David Morse- David's voice does suit a energetic young Spanish boy fairly well as his performance does suit Pepito's friendly though still slightly mischievous nature well. So in other words David's work on the role does suit the role well and is a fine example of the voice work in NAOM.
Michael Monroe Heyward- Michael's voice definitely suited the role rather well particularly in his debut in Madeline Lost in Paris. As for Michael's performance it was very good as it does suit on how Pepito is a nice boy now and his concern over Madeline is rather endearing. Anyways Michael's work on the role is a fine example of the voice work in the movie/show.
Overall I am not sure who to pick as all of these guys did pretty well with the role in their own way.