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  1. That's Not All Folks! by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe, 1989-11
  2. The Mel Blanc Show by Radio Spirits, 1998-10-01
  3. Looney Tunes: Mel Blanc, Acme Corporation, Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Filmography, Tiny Toon Adventures, Looney Tunes Golden Collection
  4. Cool and Strange Music #23, 2001. Mel Blanc, Thurl Ravenscroft, Brother Theodore
  5. Original Warner Brothers and Disney animation Art auction Featuring the Collection of Mel Blanc, the Voice of Animation by Superior Galleries, 1992
  6. Capitol Presents Walter Lantz' Woody Woodpecker and His Talent Show: A Capitol Record-Reader (Featuring Mel Blanc) by Walter Lantz, 1949
  7. THE MEL BLANC SHOW Old Time Radio (OTR) series (1946-1947) Mp3 DVD 47 episodes by Old Time Radio, 2010
  8. Mel Blanc
  9. Looney Tunes: Mel Blanc, Space Jam, Road Runner Und Wile E. Coyote, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Chuck Jones, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd (German Edition)
  10. Cardiovascular Disease Deaths in California: Milton Friedman, Mel Blanc, Frank Sinatra, Jack Kirby, George Dantzig, Marlon Brando, Frank Capra
  11. American Radio Actors: Orson Welles, Mel Blanc, Garrison Keillor, Gracie Allen, Richard Crenna, Lionel Barrymore, Jack Benny, Marlene Dietrich
  12. Mel Blanc Oldtime Radio Shows MP3 CD

1. Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Mel Blanc
Biographical article detailing Mel Blanc's cartoon voice work.Category Arts Animation Voice Actors B Blanc, Mel......MEL BLANC. This site is supported by your donations. etc. Even as a youngboy, Mel Blanc was preparing for what would become his life's work.
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Voice actor
Worked in: Animated cartoons and radio
Noted for: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Woody Woodpecker, Barney Rubble, etc. etc. Woody Woodpecker. The amazingly versatile voice actor was responsible for a lot more characters than just Woody. Others of that approximate vintage include Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester Pussycat and of course, Bugs Bunny. On radio, Blanc's roles included Pancho (The Cisco Kid's sidekick), Sad Sack, and Jack Benny's ancient automobile. It would not be much of an exaggeration to state that Mel Blanc invented the profession of cartoon voice acting. Before 1936, when he joined Warner Bros., voices tended to be done by whoever happened to be handy. Popeye, for example, was voiced by animator Jack Mercer, and Mickey Mouse, at first, by Walt Disney Tweety Bird, and others, credited Blanc with having raised the standards of animation art, by showing them all what the form was capable of. Melvin Jerome Blank was born May 30, 1908, in San Francisco, and grew up in Portland, OR. (He changed the spelling of his last name at age 16.) He showed an early interest in the sounds of people's voices, studying and practicing the various accents of his ethnic neighbors and playing them back to his teachers and classmates in the form of jokes. This gave him a taste for applause, and set him on the road to fame. Immediately upon graduating high school, he got a steady gig on a local radio show, "The Hoot Owls". It was the first of several jobs in radio and vaudeville. Right about when the movies were starting to talk, he lit out for Hollywood.

2. Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc. Born in San Fransisco,California, on May 30, 1908,and died onJuly 10, 1989,in LA.California,Mel Blanc set standards at Warner Bros.
Mel Blanc
Born in San Fransisco,California, on May 30, 1908,and died on July 10, 1989,in L.A.California,Mel Blanc set standards at Warner Bros. and later at Hanna-Barbera,repesctively with almost the whole Looney Tunes gang (except Sniffles,The Three Bears,Elmer Fudd,Michigan J.Frog,Granny,Witch Hazel,Miss Prissy,Petunia Pig,Cool Cat,and Merlin the Magic Mouse and supporting cast and even early versions of Porky and most of Roadrunner).
As we have seen others did voices,too,but Mel did most of them.He also did Woody for Walter Lantz before WB signed him up,in fact Mel created that laugh of Wood's originally for Daffy and Bugs. Daffy was based on Leon Schlesinger,the Warners cartoon boss,who talked with a listhp.(like me).Porky was a refurb of actor Joe DOugherty who really stuttered, Bugs was a funny tough cracking Bronx Brooklyn kid,Foghorn Leghorn and Yosemite Sam southern blowhards with Sam being from TExas,Speedy being..we.ll.a little Mexiacan cholo stereoptype,andSylvester being like Daffy only Daffy was always sped up-Syl;vester is close to Mel's voice.(I know.I've heards it.
At HB as Barney Rubble,he only went half way as Art Carney (per Joe Barbera's original request) on THE HONEYMOONERS,for THE FLINSTONES

600+ film credits listed here.Category Arts Animation Voice Actors B Blanc, Mel......Mel Blanc. Actor filmography. 1. Flintstones, The (1994) (voice from archivalrecordings) . Dino. 2. Jetsons The Movie (1990) (voice) . Mr. Spacely.
Mel Blanc Actor filmography 1. Flintstones, The (1994) (voice from archival recordings) .... Dino 2. Jetsons: The Movie (1990) (voice) .... Mr. Spacely 3. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (voice) .... Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Sylvester, Tweety 4. Duxorcist, The (1987) (voice) 5. Strange Brew (1983) (voice) .... Mr. McKenzie 6. "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" (1979) TV Series (voice) .... Tweeky 7. Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) (voice) 8. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1978) (voice) .... Twiki 9. Connecticut Rabbit in King Arthur's Court, A (1978) (TV) (voice) .... Connecticut Rabbit (Bugs Bunny)/King Arthur (Daffy Duck)/Merlin (Yosemite Sam)/Varlet (Porky Pig)/Sir Elmer of Fudd (Elmer Fudd) 10. Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) (TV) (voice) .... Tucker the Mouse 11. Journey Back to Oz (1971) (voice) .... Crow 12. "Where's Huddles?" (1970) TV Series (voice) 13. Great Carrot Train Robbery, The (1969) (voice) 14. Phantom Tollbooth, The (1969) (voice)

4. Voice Chasers - Actors - Mel Blanc
Profile and animation voice credits.Category Arts Animation Voice Actors B Blanc, Mel......Mel Blanc Meet Mr. McNulty , (various characters), N/A, Radio Program. The Mel BlancShow , Himself Zookie, N/A, Radio Program. Mister Magoo , ? N/A, Animated Series.
Mel Blanc Stats:
Real Name: Melvin Jerome Blanc
Date of Birth: May 30, 1908
Birthplace: San Francisco, California
Date of Death: July 10, 1989
Voiceography Title Character(s) Episode(s) Genre Botsford Twink
(various characters) N/A Radio Program "The Adventures of Ellery Queen" Himself (guest detective) N/A Radio Program "The Adventures of the Cisco Kid" Pancho (dates unknown) Radio Program "The Al Jolson Show" (ca.1938) Radio Program "Al Pearce and His Gang" (various) (ca. 1936) Radio Program "The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show" Secret Squirrel N/A Animated Series "Baby Snooks" Radio Program "Baker's Broadcast" Goo Goo the Duck (ca. 1935) Radio Program "Blondie" (various characters) N/A Radio Program "The Bob Hope Show" (guest star) Radio Program "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" Twiki N/A Animated Film "Burns and Allen The Happy Postman N/A Radio Program "The Camel Comedy Caravan" Jerkins the Butler
Hubert Peabody N/A
N/A Radio Program "Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels" Captain Caveman N/A Animated Series "The Chesterfield Supper Club" (various characters) N/A Radio Program "The Cricket in Times Square" Tucker the Mouse N/A Animated Film "Dick Tracy" Go Go Gomez N/A Animated Series "The Duxorcist" Daffy Duck N/A Animated Film "Fibber McGee and Molly Radio Program "The Flintstones" Barney Rubble N/A Animated Series "G.I. Journal"

5. Blanc Mel
blanc mel Hypertext encyclopedia of comics and animation ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED4/25/97 When Mel Blanc passed away, the folks at Warner Brothers ran

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7. Mel Blanc - Wikipedia
Mel Blanc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe.Warner Books, ASIN 0446390895 (Softcover) ASIN 0446512443 (Hardcover),
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Mel Blanc
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Melvin Jerome Blanc May 30 July 10 ) was a famous American voice actor for Warner Brothers and Hanna-Barbera cartoons. Blanc's ability to create voices for multiple characters first attracted attention when he worked as a voice actor in radio . He was a regular on the Jack Benny Show and other national radio programs. He joined Leon Schlesinger Studios (the subsidiary of Warner Brothers Pictures which produced animated cartoons) in . He soon became noted for voicing a wide variety of cartoon characters, including Bugs Bunny Tweety Bird Porky Pig Barney Rubble , and many others. His death was considered a significant loss to the cartoon industry because of his skill, expressive range, and the sheer number of characters he portrayed, which now had to be taken up by others as literally no one person could match his vocal range. He was born in San Francisco, California

8. Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc. Born May 30, 1908, in San Francisco, California. Died July 10,1989, in Los Angeles, California, of heart disease and emphysema.
Mel Blanc
Born May 30, 1908, in San Francisco, California.
Died July 10, 1989, in Los Angeles, California, of heart disease and emphysema. Best known as the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and many other characters in Warner Brothers cartoons. Frostbite Falls Page

9. The Voice Of Marvin The Martian - Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc was Bornon May 30, 1908, in San Francisco, California. Hedied on July 10, 1989, in Los Angeles, California. Below Mel
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Mel Blanc was Bornon May 30, 1908, in San Francisco, California.
He died on July 10, 1989, in Los Angeles, California. Below: Mel Blanc's tombstone at Hollywood Memorial Park Looney Tunes, Marvin the Martian, and all other characters appearing on this page are Trademarks of Warner Bros. Inc.

10. Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc Show 1946/09/03 .. Birthday Card Mixup 1946/09/10 .. EfficiencyExpert 1946/09/17 .. Mel Bakes a Prize Winning Cake 1946/10/01
Mel Blanc Show
1946/09/03 ... ... Birthday Card Mix-up
1946/09/10 ... ... Efficiency Expert
1946/09/17 ... ... Mel Bakes a Prize Winning Cake
1946/10/01 ... ... Muscle Man Contest
1946/10/29 ... ... Community Chest Show
1946/11/05 ... ... Mel Breaks the New Radio
1946/11/12 ... ... Mel The Babysitter
1946/11/19 ... ... Mr Colby wants to sell the store
1946/11/26 ... ... Mel's Thankgiving Dinner
1946/12/10 ... ... Betty's Christmas Present 1946/12/17 ... ... Christmas Shopping With Betty 1946/12/24 ... ... Mel Plays Santa Claus 1946/12/31 ... ... Zebra Of The Year 1947/01/07 ... ... Broken Prize Record Of Caruso 1947/01/14 ... ... Rich Foreign Relatives 1947/01/21 ... ... Rich Foreign Relative 1947/01/28 ... ... Masqurade Costume 1947/02/04 ... ... Man to marry Betty 1947/02/11 ... ... The Fix-It Shop is Sold 1947/02/18 ... ... Missing Slice Of Bread 1947/02/25 ... ... Vaudeville Team 1947/03/04 ... ... Stuffed Pheasant

11. Mel Blanc - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
Mel Blanc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. by Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe.Warner Books, ASIN 0446390895 (Softcover) ASIN 0446512443 (Hardcover).
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12. Grim Gallery - Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and countlessother classic War Photographs and text ©1997 by The Los
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13. Mel Blanc | Cinefania Online
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14. Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc, HOME Homepage SEARCH Search Page. 1. Journey Back to Oz,LP Film Soundtrack (1964). 2. Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice

15. Wristwatches
The location and photograph of mel blancs grave Final Resting Place of mel blanc. mel blanc. May 30th, 1908 July 10th, 1989
In a Hollywood cemetery stands a gravestone with an epitaph which reads "That's All Folks". It is the final resting place of Mel Blanc, Master of voices, dialects, and characters. The inscription is fitting, yet inaccurate. Although Blanc passed away nine years ago at age 81, his voices live on forever through outrageous Looney Tunes cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and hundreds of animated pranksters. That's Not All, Folks The Exceptional Characters of Mel Blanc
But that's still not all. Blanc's son Noel is preserving his father's voice for eternity. His company Warner-Blanc, a joint venture with Warner Bros., is computerizing Blanc's character voices both to archive these animated treasures and to apply them to future consumer products that use voice technology. The Mel Blanc Voice Watch Collection by Armitron, produced to celebrate the 90th anniversary of his birthday, is just such a product. The talking watches reproduce Mel Blanc's Looney Tunes voice characterizations with cutting-edge technology. Dubbed "the man of a thousand voices," Blanc's animated antics are classics, even if some fans may not know the name behind the voice. From cartoons to film to commercials to radio, more than 250 million people worldwide still hear his voice each day, and the new watches only add to this staggering total. His repertoire is long and legendary-1,500 voices mastered in his 53-year career. He has performed hundreds of familiar voices for Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera, including Elmer Fudd, Tweety Pie, Sylvester, Barney Rubble, Road Runner, the Tasmanian devil, Wile E. Coyote, Woody Woodpecker, Foghorn Leghorn, Heathcliffe, Pepe Le Pew, Speedy Gonzales, Captain Caveman and more. His favorites, Noel says, were Bugs, Tweety and "Taz," which were also among his most outrageous.

16. Mel Blanc
Filmography of over 700 credits, trivia, TV schedule and other details.Category Arts Animation Voice Actors B blanc, mel......, Mel

17. Mel Blanc
Explore the extensive filmography for voice actor mel blanc, as provided by the Internet Movie Database. Includes related links.,+Mel

18. Mel Blanc
By Mark Evanier. POV Online "The great skill of mel blanc was as an actor It is one thing Category Arts Animation Voice Actors B blanc, mel...... When mel blanc passed away, the folks at Warner Brothers ran a touching doubletruckcolor ad showing Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn, Tweety
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED 4/25/97 When Mel Blanc passed away, the folks at Warner Brothers ran a touching double-truck color ad showing Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn, Tweety, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam and a few others, all with heads bowed and voices stilled. They, along with the Flintstones' Barney Rubble, were the most famous of his much publicized "thousand voices." In truth, Mel probably didn't have a thousand voices or even a hundred. But he had plenty and an amazing percentage of them gave breath to classic cartoon characters in very funny films. The great skill of Mel Blanc was as an actor: It is one thing to affect a funny voice quite another to mold a coherent, believable characterization with it and to wring every drop of humor out of every line. He had to be good. When he wasn't doing cartoons, he was dashing from mike to mike in the studios that broadcast the top network comedy radio programs. Appearing on The Jack Benny Program, as Mel did for a couple of decades, was like playing second for the Yankees at their prime. Mel was the first great cartoon voice actor and, in many ways, the best. Daws Butler perhaps had superior technique, and Paul Frees may have been more versatile but Mel was the guy who made it an art. He showed everyone how it should be done, back when nobody knew how it should be done. There are around fifty good reasons why those classic WB cartoons will live forever, and Mel Blanc is at least a dozen of those reasons.

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