A Short History Of The Voice Behind The Looney Tunes
Mel Blanc's kid, Noel, starts off this feature with a funny line. "He used to wake me up every morning with that famous Bugs Bunny voice of his and say, 'Uh, What's up, Noel?"
Noel explains why his dad got into the "voice business" and how his career started for Warner Brothers in 1941. He and others tell us more about this great voice man of the Looney Tunes characters, from Tweety to Yosemite Sam to Daffy Duck, on and on. It was interesting to hear that some of Mel's impersonations were sped up from 18 to 20 percent to give them a little bit higher temper or faster rate of speech (i.e. Speedy Gonzales, Porky Pig).
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