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Mel Blanc


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Mel Blanc
   has the epitaph   
"That’s All Folks!"
Hollywood Memorial Park, Hollywood California.
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Wile E. Coyote
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Woody Woodpecker
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Barney Rubble
The Flintstones
Mel Blanc
   has the middle name   
Jerome
Voice actor
Porky Pig, Woody Woodpecker, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck
   are all   
Voices by Mel Blanc
Don’t forget Roadrunner, Sylvester Pussycat, and the Tasmanian Devil!
Mel Blanc
   was a Looney Tunes   
Voiceover Artist
Mel Blanc
   was considered for the role of   
C-3PO in Star Wars (1977)
Anthony Daniels got the part
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
   had the voice actors   
Charles Fleischer, Mel Blanc & Kathleen Turner
(Disney) Won 3 Oscars & 1 Bafta. The film combines the use of traditional animation and live action. No computer animation was used. Also starred live actors: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd & Joanna Cassidy.
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Bugs Bunny
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Daffy Duck
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Sylvester
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Tweety
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Porky Pig
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Foghorn Leghorn
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Yosemite Sam
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Pepé Le Pew
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Speedy Gonzales
Mel Blanc
   is the voice of   
Elmer Fudd
Pinocchio (1940)
   had the voice actors   
Mel Blanc, Dickie Jones & Cliff Edwards
(Disney) Won 2 Oscars. The first animated film to win an Academy Award in a competitive category. This was the first Disney feature available on DVD. With the exception of 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' (1988) (where he only provided the voices of the Warner Bros. cartoon characters), this was the only time Mel Blanc contributed a voice for a Disney film. The voice actors were uncredited in this film.






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