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Other Works

  • (1969) "Ghost Host" of the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland
  • "Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln" (narrator) for this Disney Amusement Park Attraction
  • "Adventure Thru Inner Space" (narrator) for this Disney Amusement Park attraction.
  • Voice in "Pirates of the Caribbean" attraction at Disney theme parks.
  • (Early 1980s) Radio commercial: the wool industry
  • (1960s) TV commercial (narrator): Franco-American Spaghetti's canned spaghetti
  • (1950s-80s) TV commercials: voice of the "Pillsbury Dough-Boy".
  • (1960s-80s) TV commercials: Voice of "Toucan Sam" for Fruit Loops cereal.
  • (1958) Unsold pilot: Co-starred with Joan Davis in a comedy pilot entitled "Joan of Arkansas", about a klutzy woman who was chosen by a computer to be the ideal candidate to be the first "man on the moon."
  • (2004) Book: "The Writings of Paul Frees: Scripts and Songs from the Master of Voice", ed. Ben Ohmart. Boalsburg, PA: Bear Manor Media, ISBN 1593930119. Contains: "The Demon from Dimension" (screenplay); lyrics; "Partners in Crime", a television treatment; and "Who Knows", an audition script for television.
  • Album: Appeared as a singer on several novelty recordings by Spike Jones and His City Slickers.
  • Radio: Guest starred on the radio drama "Nightbeat," which starred Frank Lovejoy.
  • (1947-54) Radio: One of the narrators for CBS Radio's "Escape". He also starred in many of the show's episodes.
  • (1984) Radio: Narrator for National Public Radio's "Bradbury 13"
  • (1949) Radio: Played the title role on CBS Radio's "The Green Lama". His character's real name was Jethro Dumont, a crime fighter with special powers.
  • Was one of Stan Freberg's cast of performers, most notably as the narrator on "Stan Freberg Presents The United States of America Vol. 1".
  • TV commercials: Mr. Goodwrench auto repair shops.
  • Trailers: Narrated trailers for The Beatniks (1960) (which he also directed), The Time Machine (1960) (also voice of the Talking Rings), 13 Ghosts (1960), The Bedford Incident (1965), Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956), the US trailer for Il mondo di notte numero 3 (1963) (under the title "Ecco"), Sweet Smell of Success (1957), A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), Play Misty for Me (1971), Twice-Told Tales (1963), The Twilight People (1972), The One Armed Executioner (1981), Grip of the Strangler (1958),
  • Album: "Paul Frees and the Poster People" (MGM). NOTE: He does impressions of such celebrities as Peter Lorre, Humphrey Bogart and W.C. Fields doing covers of such songs as "Hey Jude," "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head," and "Mama Told Me Not to Come".
  • (1960s) TV commercials: Jolly Green Giant frozen foods (voice of the Elf)
  • (1977) TV commercial (PSA): Ad Council for U.S. Savings Bonds (voiceover)

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