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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of George Liquor with sound clips and images.
George Liquor is a middle-aged, semi-retired suburbanite whose religious and political beliefs are so far to the right that he believes today's Republicans are Communists. He makes the occasional appearance in The Ren & Stimpy Show as the owner of the titular pair; he highly values the companionship of lower lifeforms and is a firm believer in discipline, which, in his words, "begets love".

In his one scene in the episode "The Boy Who Cried Rat", he is voiced by Harris Peet. In all other appearances, he is voiced by Michael Pataki.

Created by CatsTuxedo on Tue Jun 26 2012, 1 Comments, Add Comment
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The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991)
George LiquorHarris Peet
Harris Peet
The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991)
George LiquorMichael Pataki
Michael Pataki

EDITOR'S OPINION

Peet didn't have a whole lot to work with, but fills the part of a gruff, middle-aged man well enough. Pataki having played the part longer, his performance is naturally more varied, and so he gets my vote here.


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BlankSlate
said at 8:04 AM on Mon Oct 1 2012
Peet was decent, but Pataki seemed to know exactly how John K. wanted him. Kricfalusi based George on his own father, Michael, and so Pataki captured the 'tough love' aspect of George really well, a sort of gruff authority figure with strong beliefs who could also be a bit of a bully. Pataki is more classic, so I'm going with him.


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