Quote of the Day: “What we anticipate seldom occurs; what we least expected generally happens.”
- Benjamin Disraeli
My face hurts.
From laughing and smiling.
I was bumbling around the net tonight and somehow ended up on YouTube where I searched out videos of people doing famous cartoon voices.
I have always been enthralled with this and love seeing real people do the cartoon voices they have made famous.
The most famous I have NEVER seen: Fred Flintstone.
Anyway, I came across a 5-part episode of Inside the Actor’s Studio where the guests were the cast of The Simpsons.
I about laughed myself silly.
The great thing was that they had them all which is really only 6 people and they interviewed them both as real people and at certain points, “interviewed” the characters. The actors would seamlessly transition to their character’s voice and it was so weird to see such familiar and dead-on (of course) voices come out of these people.
Here are all five episodes:
You have to watch Bart and Moe do the prank call bit. It’s the best.
The guy who does Smithers and Mr. Burns cracks me up. I had seen all the others before but he was new to me.
The chick who plays Bart is the strangest to me. That voice coming out of a women: the most visually/audibly disjointed of them all.
Enjoy, I did.
Free Advice for Today: “Keep your private thoughts private.”
- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.