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I Know That Voice (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 6 November 2013 (USA)
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Several voice actors discuss their art and their careers.

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Several voice actors discuss their art and their careers.

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A documentary that puts a face to a face to all the voices that we know and love.

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Frank Welker and Tress MacNeille were asked to appear in the film but they both turned it down. See more »

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Steve Blum: There's a bunch of us who say that we literally get fired after every job. and that sort of, mentality to live by on your day to day thing you got bills to pay um, that, that fear and um that that terror that comes with that I think sort of subsides when you're so grateful every day for that job when that day does come and I didn't start doing voice over full time till I was 40 years old. Spike Spiegel from 'Cowboy Bebop' that became a huge benchmark as right around that time uh, recorded and ...
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Features Phineas and Ferb (2007) See more »

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William Tell
Written by Gioachino Rossini
Courtesy of Sonic Desktop Publishing BMI
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A Great Topic For A Documentary
14 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

One thing I really enjoyed about this show is the nostalgia. This show will make you think about the shows you watched when you were a child, doesn't matter what age. It is fascinating to see what these voice actors do and see what shows and video games they work on. It is very interesting.

When it showed the voice actors, it would say a different show every time it shows the voice actor. So it is interesting to see what else they work on.

I do wish this documentary had even sections though. The movie will spend maybe 10 minutes talking about one thing and then maybe 5 minutes talking about another. It would have been better if they were all even. It would have made the movie a bit longer, but I see nothing wrong with that. Another thing is that they really never showed any clips whenever they talked about their work. So sometimes I would have to look up a clip to get a better understanding of what they were talking about.

Despite those complaints, this is a fun documentary that shows the voices of our beloved cartoons. It isn't anything that would have been Academy Award worthy, but I Know That Voice is a great documentary that people will enjoy watching.


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