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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. Mel Blanc - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Blanc s success on The Jack Benny Program led to his own radio show on the CBS Radio Network, The Mel Blanc Show, which ran from September 3,
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U.S. Years active Melvin Jerome Blanc May 30 July 10 ) was a prolific American voice actor and comedian . Although he began his nearly six-decade-long career performing in radio and television commercials, Blanc is best known for his work with Warner Bros. during the Golden Age of American animation (and later for Hanna-Barbera television productions) as the voice of such iconic characters as Bugs Bunny Daffy Duck Porky Pig Sylvester the Cat ... Mr. Spacely , and hundreds of others. Having earned the nickname "The Man of a Thousand Voices", Blanc is regarded as one of the most gifted and influential persons in his field.

2. Mel Blanc -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Mel Blanc entertainer renowned as America s greatest voiceover artist who created more than 400 unique voices
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born May 30, 1908, San Francisco, California, U.S. died July 10, 1989, Los Angeles Warner Bros. Termite Terrace Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Picador Porky During more than 50 years in show business, Blanc provided voices for some 3,000 cartoons produced by various studios, but he is associated most with the work he did for Warner Bros. He created voices for an estimated 90 percent of Warner characters, including such cartoon stars as Bugs Bunny Daffy Duck Porky Pig Burns and Allen and Abbott and Costello shows; he was also the host of his own show during the late 1940s. His best-known radio work was as a semiregular on The Jack Benny Show The Flintstones Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988). That same year his autobiography, , was published. Since his death, other actors have assumed the voices of the Looney Tunes Mel Blanc Link to this article and share the full text with the readers of your Web site or blog-post.

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8. Mel Blanc Biography And Summary
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11. Mel Blanc - Britannica Concise
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U.S. entertainer. He began his career as a musician on NBC radio, and in 1933 he joined a daily radio program, for which he created several voices to augment the cast. In 1937 he joined the cartoon department of Warner Brothers , and he took part in the development of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies , providing the voices of Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Woody Woodpecker, and Bugs Bunny. In his 50-year career he supplied the voices for about 3,000 animated cartoons, including 90% of the Warner Brothers cartoons. document.writeln(AAMB2); More on "Mel Blanc" from the 32 Volume Blanc, Mel - entertainer renowned as America's greatest voice-over artist who created more than 400 unique voices for popular radio, television, movie, and cartoon characters. animation - Less edgy than the Fleischers but every bit as anarchic were the animations produced by the Warner Bros. cartoon studio, known to its residents as "Termite Terrace." The studio was founded by three Disney veterans, Rudolph Ising, Hugh Harmon, and Friz Freleng, but didn't discover its identity until Tex Avery, fleeing the Walter Lantz studio at Universal, joined the team as a director. Avery was ... Bugs Bunny - a cartoon rabbit, perhaps the most celebrated and enduring lagomorph in worldwide popular culture.

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13. Mel Blanc - Biography
The sound Bugs makes while munching a carrot is actually mel blanc munching on a carrot. He tried using celery, raw potatoes, and a lot of other things,
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advertisement photos board add contact details Date of Birth 30 May San Francisco, California, USA Date of Death 10 July , Los Angeles, California, USA (heart disease) Birth Name Melvin Jerome Blank Nickname The Man of a Thousand Voices Mini Biography Voice specialist from radio, movies and TV rarely seen by his widespread audience. On 1940s radio, for example, his voice supplied the sound effects for the comedian Jack Benny Noel Blanc has taken up some of his father's mantle.

14. Mel Blanc - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
Biographical article detailing mel blanc s cartoon voice work.
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MASONIC BIOGRAPHIES FAMOUS FREEMASONS Mel Blanc May 30 1908 - July 10, 1989 Known as "the Man of 1,000 Voices," Melvin Jerome Blank was an accomplished bassist, violinist and sousaphone player. Early in his career he played in the NBC Radio Orchestra and conducted the pit orchestra at the Orpheum Theatre in Portland. A voice specialist from radio, movies and TV, Blanc was rarely seen by his audience although widely recognized as the voice of virtually every major Warner Brothers cartoon character except Elmer Fudd. He is perhaps best known for the voice of Bugs Bunny Kiss Me, Stupid (1964); he also provided offscreen voices for Strange Brew (1983). His autobiography, was published in 1988. Member:
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16. Mel Blanc
By Mark Evanier. POV Online 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,
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." 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.
Over the years, I met him several times, never for a longer time than it takes to tell someone you've always loved their work. Finally though, in 1986, I needed to hire and (gulp!) direct him for a TV special I was producing. Our business folks went through a week of haggling, politely talking Mel's representative down from an initially ridiculous opening demand to a price that our budget could (barely) afford. The deal was finally made and I was informed that Mel was doing a Heathcliff recording session the next day, expected to wrap at around 2:00. To save him driving someplace just to record our few lines, we booked that studio for fifteen minutes after Mel's other session. I got there at 1:30, waited until the other actors left, and took over.

17. Mel Blanc - Obituary
Archived obituary originally published in the Los Angeles Times. Includes photo.
Mel Blanc's Obituary This is the obituary of Mel Blanc that ran in the "Los Angeles Times" July 11, 1989. There are a number of interesting facts and stories about him contained within. Mel Blanc, the voice of Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny, Barney Rubble, Daffy Duck and countless other animated vertebrates, died Monday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 81 and had been hospitalized since May 19 suffering from heart disease and related medical problems, said hospital spokesman Ron Wise. With Blanc when he died at 2:30 p.m. were his wife Estelle and son Noel, who now does most of his father's voices. Known as "The Man of 1,000 Voices," Blanc was virtually never seen on the silver screen during the golden era of Merrie Melodies cartoons. Yet the myriad permutations of his acrobatic vocal cords have remained instantly recognizable by children of all ages around the globe for more than 50 years. Among the many lines he repeatedly uttered that arguably rival those of Shakespeare in terms of familiarity, if not intellectual depth: "Eh . . . what's up, Doc?" through the lips of the wiseacre hare, Bugs Bunny; "I tawt I taw a putty tat," from the tart-tongued canary Tweety, and "SSSSSsssuffering SSSSSuccotash," courtesy of Sylvester the sloppy cat. Not to mention Woody Woodpecker's signature laugh ("Hee, hee, heh, hah, ho. Hee, hee, heh, hah, ho"); both the laconic train conductor ("Anaheim, Azusa and Cuc-a-monga") and sputtering Maxwell auto of Jack Benny radio and TV show fame, and, of course, the stutter-strewn meanderings of Porky the wistful pig.

18. Mel Blanc On David Letterman ยป Drawn! The Illustration And Cartooning Blog
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19. Volume 2 -- B-19 To Butler, Daws
From EO Costello s invaluable WB toon encyclopedia a few paragraphs of biographical data.
B-19 Plane mentioned by a hypnotized Bugs at the end of Hare-Brained Hypnotist (Freleng, 1942), by Bugs again in directing the crash landing of Beaky Buzzard in Bugs Bunny Get the Boid (Clampett, 1942) and by Porky as a traffic controller in Baby Bottleneck (Clampett, 1946). (It is also mentioned in the song sung by Red in Red Hot Riding Hood (Avery (MGM), 1943) and worn on the uniform of the giant ballplayer in Batty Baseball , made by Avery for MGM in 1944). Baby Snooks Character created by Fanny Brice (which see) of a mischief-making little girl on the Brice radio show. Snooks is one of the stars (a little one) that Daffy Duck sees after getting clouted on the head by a studio cop in Hollywood Daffy (Freleng, 1946). A caricature of Fanny Brice as Snooks is seen in Malibu Beach Party (Freleng, 1941) covering Ned Sparks in sand, and the little daughter quail in Quentin Quail (Jones, 1946) is based on the Snooks character. Bacall, Lauren (Baby) (1924-fl. 1996) Highly attractive actress who popularized The Look (the suggestive, come-on twinkle in her eye) and livened up the screen in a number of roles opposite Humphrey Bogart ( Key Largo, Dark Passage, The Big Sleep

20. Mel Blanc - Voice Actor Profile At Voice Chasers
mel blanc. mel blanc. Real Name melvin Jerome blanc Date of Birth 30 May 1908 Birthplace San Francisco, California Date of Death 10 July 1989

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