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Old 12-30-2021   #21
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Gonna give some potential picks for Sylvester


Tom Kenny
Kevin Michael Richardson (surprise I know)
Frank Welker
Maurice LaMarche (another surpsie but is possible)
Dee Bradley Baker
Earl Boen
Jess Harnell

Would any of these be good picks?
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Old 12-31-2021   #22
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The only ones I can't picture are Tom and Dee.
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Old 01-07-2022   #23
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You know if they do end up casting a celebrity as Sylvester, could Wallace Shawn be a great Sylvester?

Also, anyone think Frank Welker would be a good Taz?
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Sylvester does sound similar to Wallace Shawn, so... sure, I think he'd be a good choice.
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Old 01-24-2022   #25
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Could Tress MacNeille make a good Granny?
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Old 02-04-2022   #26
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Sure, I'm sure she'd do good.

Proposing some Tweety voices now:

Tom Kenny (voicing a vampire version of him in a webtoon doesn't count)
Dee Bradley Baker
Scott Innes
Rob Paulsen (may need to be sped up a bit though like Mel Blanc was)
James Arnold Taylor (https://youtu.be/DM4RMo0R2Vc?t=213, I know it was Henry Hawk but given how close he sounds to Tweety, it wouldn't be out of James' range)
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Of those choices, I think Dee would work the best.
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Old 02-11-2022   #28
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Given how some of the voices for Porky and Tweety sound similar to Bugs and I heard he once voiced Daffy for an unreleased Duck Dodgers pitch in the late 1990s, could Bob Bergen work as Bugs and Daffy?
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Bob has done the voices of Bugs and Daffy. He did both of them in the ABC Family Fun Fair attraction and he did Daffy for a Kids' WB promo.

His Bugs isn't very good... it just sounds like Porky. His Daffy was mediocre in ABC Family Fun Fair, but I thought it sounded okay in the Kids' WB promo.
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Huh, didn't know about that ABC Family Funfair thing. Surprised they didn't get Mel Blanc and Don Messick back to reprise their roles as Bugs/Daffy/Sylvester and Scooby given they were still alive and active during the 1980s.

Anyway, if he had the chance to do it before his retirement from voice acting, could Jim Ward have been a good Foghorn Leghorn given his Doug Dimmadome voice from The Fairly OddParents?
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