Mel Blanc Poster

Other Works

  • Album: "Christmas Comedy". Sang "I Tant's Wait Till Quithmuth Day" and "The Hat I Got For Christmas is Too Beeg" in funny voices.
  • Provided the voice of Porky Pig in the infamous "blooper" where Porky hits his fingers with a hammer and stammers, "Son of a bii-bii-bii, son of a bii-bii-bii, son of a bii-bii-bii . . . son of a gun!" Then he turns to the audience and says, "Ha, you thought I was going to say son of a BITCH, didn't ya?" That was created for a gag reel at Warner Bros. in the 1930s. Gag reels were collections of bloopers and outtakes from all the studio's pictures that year and were usually shown at the company Christmas party. This particular "blooper" has since found its way onto numerous blooper and "outtakes" videos.
  • (1961) Album: Recorded a The Flintstones (1960) album as Barney Rubble, which included him singing part of "The Flintstones" theme song.
  • Voices Cousin Orville in Walt Disney's "Carousel of Progress" in Tomorrowland at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
  • (1970s) TV commercial: American Express.
  • (1960s) TV commercial: voice of Barney Rubble (from The Flintstones (1960)) for Winston cigarettes.
  • (1971-89) TV commercials: Post Pebbles cereals (as voices of Barney Rubble and Dino from The Flintstones (1960)).
  • (1988-89) Video trailers for the Warner Bros. Collection Catalogue (as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig).
  • Had an extensive body of radio work, including numerous roles on Jack Benny's long-running radio series. Among other roles, he played Benny's violin teacher, his pet parrot, Carmichael the bear, the announcer at the train station, a Mexican whose one-syllable answers were always variations of "Si" and even Benny's car, the "Maxwell".
  • (1977) Radio commercial (as himself and several Warner Brothers characters): Listerine Lozenges.
  • (1960s) TV commercials as the voice of the "Frito Bandito")" Fritos Corn Chips.
  • Single: "I Tawt I Taw a Putty Tat!", using the voices of "Sylvester" and "Tweety Pie". The B-side was "I'm Glad That I'm Bugs Bunny".
  • (1960s) TV commercial: Tang drink mix (as voice of Bugs Bunny).
  • He sang the lead role of The Drunk in Spike Jones and His City Slickers's recording of "Clink Clink".
  • (1964) Provided the voices for the animated talking bullets in the theatrical trailer for A Shot in the Dark (1964).
  • TV commercial: Signet Bank.
  • (1986) TV commercial: McDonald's McDLT (as voice of Pepe le Pew).
  • (1988) TV commercial: Kentucky Fried Chicken (as voices of Foghorn Leghorn and Chicken Hawk).
  • (1990) TV commercial: Cheerios (original, apple cinnamon, honey-nut) cereal Merrie Melodies' 50th Anniversary collectors items (1990).
  • (1991) TV commercial: Voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck for Holiday Inn.
  • (1989) TV commercial: Tyson frozen kids' meals (numerous Looney Tunes voices).
  • (1950s) Performed "Yah Dis Ist Ein Christmas Tree" for a Christmas album.
  • (1950s) Voices of several insects in Raid bug killer commercials.
  • (1950s) TV commercial: Voice of The Zeeth for Mighty White Toothpaste.
  • (1960-61) Voiced two characters named Fizbee and the Chief for the Clark Oil and Refining Corporation (Clark Gasoline) for a two-year radio advertising campaign. The Chief was Fizbee's boss at Clark Oil, a blustery blow hard who was always coming up with hair brained schemes to promote Clark Gas. Fizbee, a meek, mild mannered Everyman, always managed to save the Chief from his ridiculous ideas.
  • (1960-61) Voiced two characters named Fizbee and the Chief for the Clark Oil and Refining Corporation (Clark Gasoline) for a two-year radio advertising campaign.

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