History Creator / DawsButler

20th Mar '16 6:07:09 PM Prfnoff
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* Bill Farmer (the current voice of WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}})

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* Bill Farmer Creator/BillFarmer (the current voice of WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}})



* Mona Marshall (the voice of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Broflovski and Linda Stotch]] and one of MaryKayBergman's many replacement voices following her suicide in 1999)

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* Mona Marshall Creator/MonaMarshall (the voice of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Broflovski and Linda Stotch]] and one of MaryKayBergman's Creator/MaryKayBergman's many replacement voices following her suicide in 1999)
20th Feb '16 8:28:17 PM Mdumas43073
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'') and even being in the dub of ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain''.

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Daws Butler '''Charles Dawson "Daws" Butler''' (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and prolific--and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'') and even being in the dub of ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain''.
7th Feb '16 2:52:27 PM nombretomado
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'') and even being in the dub of ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain''.

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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'') and even being in the dub of ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain''.
2nd Jan '16 11:48:04 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* Creator/BobBergen (one of many voice actors cast to replace Mel Blanc in modern-day incarnations of the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoons, from the movies like ''WesternAnimation/SpaceJam'' and ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' to commercials that have Looney Tunes characters in them, the animated shorts, and the half-hour TV shows)

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* Creator/BobBergen (one of many voice actors cast to replace Mel Blanc in modern-day incarnations of the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoons, from the movies like ''WesternAnimation/SpaceJam'' and ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' to commercials that have Looney Tunes characters in them, them to the newer animated shorts, shorts and the any modern half-hour TV shows)show featuring the characters)



* Creator/NancyCartwright

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* Creator/NancyCartwrightCreator/NancyCartwright (the voice actress behind several ''Simpsons'' characters[[note]]most notably, Bart Simpson, Maggie Simpson [when she coos, cries, and laughs], Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Todd Flanders, and Kearney the bully/over-age elementary school student[[/note]] and the voice of bratty troublemaker Melissa Screetch on the short-lived DreamWorks series ''Toonsylvania'')



* Mona Marshall (the voice of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Broflovski and Linda Stotch]])

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* Mona Marshall (the voice of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Sheila Broflovski and Linda Stotch]]) Stotch]] and one of MaryKayBergman's many replacement voices following her suicide in 1999)
14th Aug '15 1:36:11 PM WillBGood
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In his later years, Butler trained numerous voice actors out of his home in Beverly Hills (which you can see some of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-IArI3t8Us here]])...[[SarcasmMode nobody special]], but there were some names you might have heard of:

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In his later years, Butler trained numerous voice actors out of his home in Beverly Hills (which you can see some of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-IArI3t8Us here]])...[[SarcasmMode nobody special]], but there were some names you might have heard of:
21st Jul '15 9:05:38 PM DanParker001
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').

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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').
''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'') and even being in the dub of ''Film/GodzillaRaidsAgain''.
30th Apr '15 5:42:12 PM CorahsUncle
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').

In his later years he trained numerous voice actors out of his home in Beverly Hills (which you can see some of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-IArI3t8Us here]])...[[SarcasmMode nobody special]], but there were some names you might have heard of:


* Creator/BobBergen (one of many voice actors cast to replace MelBlanc in modern-day incarnations of the LooneyTunes cartoons, from the movies like ''SpaceJam'' and ''LooneyTunesBackInAction'' to commercials that have Looney Tunes characters in them, the animated shorts, and the half-hour TV shows)

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\nDaws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the TV equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''RedHotRidingHood'' ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For for Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').

In his later years he years, Butler trained numerous voice actors out of his home in Beverly Hills (which you can see some of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-IArI3t8Us here]])...[[SarcasmMode nobody special]], but there were some names you might have heard of:


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* Creator/BobBergen (one of many voice actors cast to replace MelBlanc Mel Blanc in modern-day incarnations of the LooneyTunes ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoons, from the movies like ''SpaceJam'' ''WesternAnimation/SpaceJam'' and ''LooneyTunesBackInAction'' ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' to commercials that have Looney Tunes characters in them, the animated shorts, and the half-hour TV shows)



* Bill Farmer (the current voice of {{Goofy}})
* Linda Gary (voiced [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 Teela, Evil-Lyn, the Sorceress]], and many other characters for Creator/{{Filmation}})

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* Bill Farmer (the current voice of {{Goofy}})
WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}})
* Linda Gary (voiced [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 Teela, Evil-Lyn, the Sorceress]], and many other characters for Creator/{{Filmation}})Creator/{{Filmation}}, as well as Dame Barbara on ''WesternAnimation/{{Smurfs}}'')
30th Apr '15 5:34:28 PM Wartzanall
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* Creator/BobBergen

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* Creator/BobBergenCreator/BobBergen (one of many voice actors cast to replace MelBlanc in modern-day incarnations of the LooneyTunes cartoons, from the movies like ''SpaceJam'' and ''LooneyTunesBackInAction'' to commercials that have Looney Tunes characters in them, the animated shorts, and the half-hour TV shows)
30th Apr '15 5:31:09 PM Wartzanall
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer, Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').

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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer, Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (you might recognize him as the voice of the Wolf in ''RedHotRidingHood'' and the many clones of it, like ''Swing Shift Cinderella'' and ''Wild and Wolfy''), Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').
6th Apr '15 12:27:45 AM allium
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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer, Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').

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Daws Butler (1916–1988) was one of the most prolific—and beloved--voice actors from the early days of television animation. Besides his work for Creator/HannaBarbera (where he was [[ManOfAThousandVoices the equivalent]] of Creator/MelBlanc), he did character voices during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation for Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer, Creator/JayWard Productions, Creator/WarnerBros, Creator/WalterLantz and Creator/DePatieFrelengEnterprises. Signature characters include [[Creator/HannaBarbera Wally Gator]], WesternAnimation/YogiBear, WesternAnimation/HuckleberryHound, WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}}, and [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons Elroy Jetson]]. The earlier part of Butler's career found him working as an impressionist on radio, stage, and the last days of {{vaudeville}}, and included several collaborations with Creator/StanFreberg (including handling puppeteering duties with him in ''Time For Beany'', the live-action predecessor of ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'', and featuring in and co-writing ''Radio/TheStanFrebergShow'').
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