Our 2500th compare is drawing closer and keeping with the Looney Tunes characters why not do one of the most adorable, Tweety Bird!
Just to keep with my Marvin Martian
compare, I shall do my opinion the same way:
6. Billy West
/ Jeff Bergman
: While both of these actors are both talented and are by no means bad, they do feel less natural than the other actors. Still, both got the job done so decent overall.
5. Sam Vincent
: While all of the actors in the show were at a disadvantage since they played "baby" versions of these characters I think Sam had all the right qualities despite that (to be fair Tweety hasn't been depicted as being that old). Still, Sam's voice is a tad bit too
high pitch, I know it's to keep with sounding younger but I think if given a second chance Sam could go higher on my list.
4. Greg Burson
/ Eric Goldberg
: I felt they got the voice right but with the limited dialog they couldn't show off more of Tweety's personality and wit.
3. Bob Bergen
: Bob was great, doing Tweety's wit and the "child-talk" perfectly. He also got the voice right but one down side is he would slip into a slightly higher Porky Pig
voice, not enough to hinder the performance but enough to bring him to third. Still a great voice for Tweety overall.
2. Joe Alaskey
: Joe adds to his already impressive resume of Looney Tunes, matching Mel almost perfectly but at the same time putting enough of his own uniqueness to make it his own.
1. Mel Blanc
: Again, Mel just owns this role. He made Tweety what he is, sweet and innocent yet sarcastic and witty. Mel makes Tweety just adorable but has more of a charm that I don't think some of his successors quite got.