Mel Blanc did over a 1000 different Voices in over 5000 CARTOONS . - UNIQUE GENIUS http://www. v=BnmJALXh_sI Melvin Jerome "Mel".
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A world where "1908" will be best known for being the year of the first around-the-world car race or the mysterious Tunguska Event in middle-of-nowhere Russia or the births of Looney Tunes legends Tex Avery and Mel Blanc or the lifting of William
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For more than sixty years, Bill Hanna has made entertaining children and the young at heart his business. In A Cast of Friends, he offers an engaging look at his decades in animation and at the people who helped make it all possible. Hanna shares his memories of the tough and wild years at the beginning of animation, working with such legendary colleagues as Tex Avery and Friz Freleng. He describes as only he can the hard work and determination it took to make Hanna-Barbera Productions a success, with unforgettable behind-the-scenes stories of Daws Butler, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Casey Kasem, and other voiceover magicians. Throughout it all, he was determined to be a family man with his wife and their two children, to live a life different from Hollywood standards-and this adds a singularly personal aspect to Hannas very special insiders look at the history of animation. *Author: Hanna, William/ Ito, Tom/ Hanna, Bill *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 240 *Publication Date: 2000/02/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.01 x 5.93 x 0.69 inches
Man, Warner Archive keeps digging up more cartoons that I used to love as a kid, but haven't seen in decades. I figure that I must have seen this one in some form of syndication - although I was actually around for its first run circa 1981-1982. THE KWICKY KOALA SHOW has the varied format I used to love wherein many characters are featured in different... You have your Kwicky Koala bits where the cute little teleporting (actually he's just really fast) namesake is always dodging an evil wolf (voiced by the veteran John Stephenson - who sounds like Paul Lynde), but there's more. Next, there's Crazy Claws - a wildcat with a sharp wit and claws to match - who is constantly being hounded by an old-school trapper and his mangy mutt. One fun thing about older animated shows like this is that the creators often model their characters after popular personalities from the annals of media history. In this case, a couple of the featured players in THE KWICKY KOALA SHOW are humorously carved out this way. My favorite thing about the show (which I totally forgot) is that the vocal characterization for Crazy Claws is clearly modeled after Groucho Marx. He has the same cadence and wise-cracking style and I love it. I love Hanna-Barbera characters with gimmicks and special abilities. That kind of thing helps separate them from their other efforts and makes for a fun time whilst viewing. Peter Potamus has a couple unique things about him. First, his ballon airship (which looks vaguely like son thing out of Jules Vern) has the ability to cross the boundaries of space and time and thus allows him to interact with characters from lots of different eras (pirates, knights, aliens etc). The gang on the Warner Archive Podcast compared it to the Tardis from Doctor Who and that is an apt parallel. As I watched the show with my daughter, I found myself looking forward to each holler and even saying it out loud to her when he did it. As with many solid Hanna-Barbera Shows, this one has two other cartoons built into it. First up is BREEZLY AND... Another enjoyable thing about the show is that the animation style is along the lines of THE FLINTSTONES, so it is an aesthetically familiar and pleasing kind of character design. Also, the voice cast for the show is fantastic and includes the likes of veterans Daws Butler, Mel Blanc and Don Messick among others. One additional neat thing is that Warner Archive has basically reassembled the show as it was meant to be seen as opposed to split apart and shoehorned into other Hanna Barbara staples. PETER POTAMUS was interestingly sponsored by a company called Ideal Toys and Warner Archive has even restored the little intro bits and bumpers where Peter calls out the sponsor himself.
Mango Beurre Blanc Sauce Recipe (mango, champagne vinegar, cilantro, ginger, mango puree, salt, shallot, butter, water, heavy cream, white pepper, zest)
Mel's Magnificent Chocolate Chip Cookies (baking soda, brown sugar, butter, eggs, flour, salt, semisweet chocolate chips, vanilla extract, sugar)
Mel's Brussels Sprouts (butter, olive oil, salt)
Bolo De Mel Azorean Honey Cake Recipe (orange, wine, wine)
Mel Blanc - Wikipedia
Melvin Jerome "Mel" Blanc (May 30, 1908 – July 10, 1989) was an American voice actor, actor, radio comedian, and recording artist. He began his 60-plus-year career ...
Mel Blanc - IMDb
Mel Blanc, known as "The Man of Thousand Voices" is regarded as the most prolific actor to ever work in Hollywood with over a thousand screen credits.
Бланк, Мел — Википедия
Мел Бланк: Mel Blanc: Имя при рождении: Melvin Jerome Blank. Дата рождения: 30 мая 1908 (1908-05-30) Место рождения:
Mel Blanc, love him on the Jack Benny show especially!
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