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15th Aug '17 3:46:13 PM gjjones
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* Priss in ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis Tokyo 2040'' also had a different person doing her singing, although that wasn't the case in the original OVA.
** In fact, scheduling and personal conflicts of Priss' VA and ''Knight Sabers'' main vocalist, Kinuko Oomori, were the major part in the AIC and Artmic clashes that ended the OVA mid-series.
** However, Sinda Nichols did ''not'' do her own singing for the original OVA, where Priss's songs were covered by various artists (usually Joyce Leigh Bowden).

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* Priss in ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis Tokyo 2040'' also had a different person doing her singing, although that wasn't the case Averted in the original OVA.
** In fact, scheduling
Japanese version ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OVA. cheduling and personal conflicts of Priss' VA and ''Knight Sabers'' main vocalist, Kinuko Oomori, were the major part in the AIC and Artmic clashes that ended the OVA mid-series.
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mid-series. It's played straight in the English dub, where Sinda Nichols did ''not'' do her own singing for the original OVA, where OVA. Instead, Priss's songs were covered by various artists (usually Joyce Leigh Bowden).
15th Aug '17 3:44:10 PM gjjones
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* In the English dub of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', Lacus Clyne is voiced by two different actresses when speaking normally (Creator/ChantalStrand) and when singing (Jillian Michaels) - it's pretty obvious in SEED, but much less so in Destiny. In original Japanese, Creator/RieTanaka performs both, though.
** French dub simply… ''didn't dub'' the songs, so Lacus has Rie Tanaka's voice when she sings.

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* In the Ocean's English dub of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', Lacus Clyne is voiced by two different actresses when speaking normally (Creator/ChantalStrand) (Creator/ChantalStrand, even though she's a singer in real-life) and when singing (Jillian Michaels) - it's pretty obvious in SEED, ''SEED'', but much less so in Destiny. ''Destiny''. In the original Japanese, Creator/RieTanaka performs both, though.
** French dub simply… simply... ''didn't dub'' the songs, so Lacus has Rie Tanaka's voice when she sings.



* Another anime where this happens is for Koyuki's singing in ''Manga/{{BECK}}''. It's painfully obvious, too. Funnily enough, the ''dub'' averts this, as Creator/GregAyres does his own singing.

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* Another anime where this happens is for Koyuki's singing in ''Manga/{{BECK}}''.''Manga/{{BECK}}'', in which his singing voice is provided by rock singer Kazuya Hirabayashi. It's painfully obvious, too. Funnily enough, the ''dub'' averts this, as Creator/GregAyres does his own singing.



* Haruhi Fujioka from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' had to lipsync when it was revealed she couldn't sing, and she doesn't get an image song! Which means more [[Creator/MaayaSakamoto voice]] [[Creator/CaitlinGlass actor]] irony.

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* Haruhi Fujioka from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' had to lipsync when it was revealed she couldn't that she's unable to sing, and she doesn't get an image song! Which means more [[Creator/MaayaSakamoto voice]] [[Creator/CaitlinGlass actor]] irony.
8th Aug '17 2:30:40 AM Loekman3
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** Any other time the characters sing (aside from Mikey), they keep their regular voices. On one occasion, Miss Grotke even gets her time to shine, and...it's...''adorable''.
8th Aug '17 2:25:49 AM Loekman3
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*** Which proved to be a [[VillainSong good]] [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome thing.]]
8th Aug '17 2:20:41 AM Loekman3
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8th Aug '17 2:18:51 AM Loekman3
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** Completely averted with Brock in the 4Kids dub. Of course, Creator/EricStuart is a musician as well as a voice actor.



** Averted in the English dub, where Christine Auten did both the speaking and the singing voices for Priss. However, Sinda Nichols did ''not'' do her own singing for the original OVA, where Priss's songs were covered by various artists (usually Joyce Leigh Bowden).

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** Averted in the English dub, where Christine Auten did both the speaking and the singing voices for Priss. However, Sinda Nichols did ''not'' do her own singing for the original OVA, where Priss's songs were covered by various artists (usually Joyce Leigh Bowden).



** Averted with Ruika in the Slayers Premium short film, where Creator/KiraVincentDavis did her own singing.



* Averted in the Creator/FUNimation dub of ''Manga/OnePiece'', where the English voice actors sang the character song "Family" during a scene in Skypeia.



* Averted in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'', where most of the voice actors do most/all of their own singing, most notably Creator/SherryLynn (Kiyone #1/Sasami), Ellen Gerstell (Mihoshi #1), and Creator/RebeccaForstadt (Mihoshi #2).

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* While normally Averted in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'', where most of the voice actors do most/all of their own singing, most notably Creator/SherryLynn (Kiyone #1/Sasami), Ellen Gerstell (Mihoshi #1), and Creator/RebeccaForstadt (Mihoshi #2).some of them occassionaly have different singing voice actors.



* Averted in ''Manga/SgtFrog'', where the voice actors (Creator/ToddHaberkorn, Creator/ChristopherSabat, Creator/BrinaPalencia, Creator/ChuckHuber, Creator/JMichaelTatum, Creator/CheramiLeigh, Creator/LeahClark, Creator/JamieMarchi, and Joel [=MacDonald=]) did their own singing in the birthday episode as Keroro, Giroro, Tamama, Kululu, Dororo, Natsumi, Fuyuki, Aki, and Saburo respectively (and their song was even extended from the Japanese version to replace an insert song).



* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', Val Kilmer's singing voice as Moses was provided by Amick Byram, Danny Glover (Jethro) was replaced by Broadway veteran Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Sally Dworsky dubbed the singing role for Miriam (Sandra Bullock). And proving that being a Dame is no barrier to such things, Creator/HelenMirren has Linda Dee Shayne step in as the Queen's singing voice. (Averted, however, by Michelle Pfeiffer, Martin Short, Steve Martin and Ralph Fiennes.)
* Other notable aversions in animated musical films:
** Mel Gibson sings his part in ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'' - and would've sung a love duet, too, if they hadn't cut it for pacing reasons.
** Creator/KennethBranagh and Creator/KevinKline (voice actors of Miguel and Tulio, respectively) both sing "It's Tough To Be A God" in ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado''.
** The Mexican dub of ''Hercules'' naturally averts this one, as Megara is voiced by the famous singer Tatiana, and Hercules is voiced by Ricky Martin. This also had the bizarre consequence of making Hercules speak like a reggaetonner. Megara's English voice actress, Susan Egan, also did her own singing. She's an accomplished musical theatre actress, best known for originating the role of Belle in the stage adaptation of ''Beauty and the Beast''.
** All of the actors in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' sing their own parts. In fact, Disney personnel went to New York to cast Broadway talent just to avert this trope.
** A lot of Swedish dubs seems to do this too, usually hiring people from the musical scene to do the voice-acting. (The Swedish versions of ''Aladdin'', ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''The Lion King'' all feature the voice actors singing... or the singers voice-acting, whatever way you'd prefer to look at it.)
** Iago doesn't sing in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', but he does in the sequels, and Gilbert Gottfried sings his part - when he had been previously dubbed by Randy Crenshaw in ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}''. Broadway star Creator/JerryOrbach also does his own singing as Saluk in the third movie.
** Jodi Benson did her own singing as Ariel in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. Granted, she was cast as her singing voice first. Interestingly enough, Jodi Benson has voiced Ariel in EVERY incarnation of the character - the sequels, the TV series, and video games. She provides the voice of Ariel in any Disney created production - she even provided her voice for the Ariel's Undersea Adventure ''Dark Ride'' at Disney Parks.
** A more recent aversion is the cast of ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''.
** Another aversion: the cast of ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. While the cast of ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' was almost entirely Broadway stars, ''Tangled'' featured great singing from TV's [[Series/{{Chuck}} Zachary Levi]], and character actors like BradGarrett and Jeffrey Tambor. Music/MandyMoore and Donna Murphy are also professional singers.
** Disney wanted to avoid this when they made ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'', so they cast Music/BillyJoel as Dodger.
** In ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'', all the singing is done by the main cast. Kanga is even voiced by one of the film's songwriters, Kristin Anderson-Lopez (who would go on to write for ''Frozen'', with her husband Robert).
** Speaking of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', the entirety of the cast both sing and speak without the need for a dubber. Helps that all of the soloists have appeared on Broadway before (yes, even Kristen Bell).
* In ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance'', Sawyer's singing voice was provided by Natalie Cole, and the speaking voice was Jasmine Guy. Likewise, Darla Dimple's singing voice is by Lindsay Ridgeway, and her speaking voice by Ashley Peldon. Averted with main character Danny, spoken and sung by actual musical theatre actor Scott Bakula.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', Val Kilmer's singing voice as Moses was provided by Amick Byram, Danny Glover (Jethro) was replaced by Broadway veteran Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Sally Dworsky dubbed the singing role for Miriam (Sandra Bullock). And proving that being a Dame is no barrier to such things, Creator/HelenMirren has Linda Dee Shayne step in as the Queen's singing voice. (Averted, however, by Michelle Pfeiffer, Martin Short, Steve Martin and Ralph Fiennes.)
* Other notable aversions in animated musical films:
** Mel Gibson sings his part in ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'' - and would've sung a love duet, too, if they hadn't cut it for pacing reasons.
** Creator/KennethBranagh and Creator/KevinKline (voice actors of Miguel and Tulio, respectively) both sing "It's Tough To Be A God" in ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado''.
** The Mexican dub of ''Hercules'' naturally averts this one, as Megara is voiced by the famous singer Tatiana, and Hercules is voiced by Ricky Martin. This also had the bizarre consequence of making Hercules speak like a reggaetonner. Megara's English voice actress, Susan Egan, also did her own singing. She's an accomplished musical theatre actress, best known for originating the role of Belle in the stage adaptation of ''Beauty and the Beast''.
** All of the actors in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' sing their own parts. In fact, Disney personnel went to New York to cast Broadway talent just to avert this trope.
** A lot of Swedish dubs seems to do this too, usually hiring people from the musical scene to do the voice-acting. (The Swedish versions of ''Aladdin'', ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''The Lion King'' all feature the voice actors singing... or the singers voice-acting, whatever way you'd prefer to look at it.)
** Iago doesn't sing in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', but he does in the sequels, and Gilbert Gottfried sings his part - when he had been previously dubbed by Randy Crenshaw in ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}''. Broadway star Creator/JerryOrbach also does his own singing as Saluk in the third movie.
** Jodi Benson did her own singing as Ariel in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''. Granted, she was cast as her singing voice first. Interestingly enough, Jodi Benson has voiced Ariel in EVERY incarnation of the character - the sequels, the TV series, and video games. She provides the voice of Ariel in any Disney created production - she even provided her voice for the Ariel's Undersea Adventure ''Dark Ride'' at Disney Parks.
** A more recent aversion is the cast of ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''.
** Another aversion: the cast of ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. While the cast of ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' was almost entirely Broadway stars, ''Tangled'' featured great singing from TV's [[Series/{{Chuck}} Zachary Levi]], and character actors like BradGarrett and Jeffrey Tambor. Music/MandyMoore and Donna Murphy are also professional singers.
** Disney wanted to avoid this when they made ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'', so they cast Music/BillyJoel as Dodger.
** In ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'', all the singing is done by the main cast. Kanga is even voiced by one of the film's songwriters, Kristin Anderson-Lopez (who would go on to write for ''Frozen'', with her husband Robert).
** Speaking of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', the entirety of the cast both sing and speak without the need for a dubber. Helps that all of the soloists have appeared on Broadway before (yes, even Kristen Bell).
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* In ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance'', Sawyer's singing voice was provided by Natalie Cole, and the speaking voice was Jasmine Guy. Likewise, Darla Dimple's singing voice is by Lindsay Ridgeway, and her speaking voice by Ashley Peldon. Averted with main character Danny, spoken and sung by actual musical theatre actor Scott Bakula.



* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', where Billy Crystal and John Goodman sing in character as Mike and Sulley over the end credits.



** Averted. The actors all sing their own parts, despite some of them having little musical experience.



* Averted in the movie version of ''Film/GuysAndDolls'', where the tone-deaf Creator/MarlonBrando - even ''he'' admitted he was no singer - was given a singing voice by the miracle of sound editing. (It's ironic that he played a singing lead part, given that the musical's second male role, Nathan Detroit, was originally played by the tone-deaf Sam Levene and written to suit. In the movie, Nathan was played by ''Music/FrankSinatra''.)
** The same thing was done for Creator/GloriaGrahame as Ado Annie in the 1955 film version of ''Theatre/{{Oklahoma}}''.



* Averted in the 1986 version of ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors''. Everyone does their own singing, with widely varying results (particularly note the "Suddenly Seymour" duets between Audrey, played by Ellen Greene - who in additional to being a professional singer also played the role in the original off-Broadway production and in the West End - and Seymour, played by Rick Moranis.)



* Averted in ''Film/TheHungerGames''; "Deep In The Meadow" (the lullaby Katniss sings to Prim [[spoiler: and later to the fatally injured Rue]]) really is sung by JenniferLawrence (and Willow Shields, who plays Prim).
** Averted again in ''Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjayPart1''. Not only is that really Jennifer Lawrence singing "The Hanging Tree" onscreen (and again over the closing credits), she had a bigger hit with the song than {{Creator/Lorde}} did with the movie's ''official'' single "Yellow Flicker Beat" (in Lorde's home country of New Zealand, where she peaked at #9 while Lorde got to #4, but Lorde peaked at #34 in the US and #71 in Britain while Jennifer made the top 20 in both countries - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hanging_Tree_(The_Hunger_Games_song)#Charts and even got to #1 in a couple of territories!]]).
** Jennifer Lawrence also performs "Deep In The Meadow" at the end of ''Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjayPart2'', which is the ''only'' song in the movie.



* In ''Film/ThePoseidonAdventure'', the AwardBaitSong "The Morning After" is sung by Carol Lynley's character Nonnie, but Lynley's voice is dubbed over by singer Renee Armand. Averted in the remake ''Film/{{Poseidon}}'', in which [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas Fergie]] plays the ship's singer and supplies her own vocals.

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* In ''Film/ThePoseidonAdventure'', the AwardBaitSong "The Morning After" is sung by Carol Lynley's character Nonnie, but Lynley's voice is dubbed over by singer Renee Armand. Averted in the remake ''Film/{{Poseidon}}'', in which [[Music/TheBlackEyedPeas Fergie]] plays the ship's singer and supplies her own vocals.



** Averted with Buffy, whose songs were originally going to be dubbed (supposedly by Music/{{Jewel}}), but Sarah Michelle Gellar decided she didn't want to be the only one not doing her own vocals.



** Averted with Lucy Lawless (Xena) and Ted Raimi (Joxer) in both episodes, along with Kevin Smith (Ares) in the first one and Jay La Ga'ia (Draco) in the second.



* Averted with Rosie from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'', who has her singing voice provided by the main actresses in both English and Japanese. Hedy "Yuna" Burress stands up pretty damn well with her Japanese counterpart, a rare achievement.



** This is averted for Azura's son Shigure, however; both of his VA's (Creator/YoshimasaHosoya and Creator/MatthewMercer) speak ''and'' sing for him, with a DLC series of maps featuring both singing a full portion of Azura's song.



* Averted in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', which is somewhat unfortunate because not all the voice actors who play bards can sing very well.



* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': The Oh Boyz singing voices are not the same as their acting voices. Averted with Creator/ChristyCarlsonRomano, who is another Disney IdolSinger and has worked on Broadway.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': The Oh Boyz singing voices are not the same as their acting voices. Averted with Creator/ChristyCarlsonRomano, who is another Disney IdolSinger and has worked on Broadway.



* Averted heavily in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. Creator Rebecca Sugar is fond of songwriting, so when it came time to cast the characters, singing talent was the top priority. Even if a character is a supporting role that may never get an opportunity to do so.



* Notably averted in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoRundeX6O0 Yep, that's really Batman singing there]]. The writers discovered that Creator/KevinConroy was trained as a singer, and figured that it was just too funny to pass up.
** It's not the first time Kevin Conroy has sung in the DCAU, either--in the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Out of the Past", Bruce and Terry see a performance of "Batman--The Musical!". Kevin Conroy provides the singing voice for the onstage Batman (as does Adrienne Barbeau for the onstage Catwoman).
** Creator/MarkHamill and Creator/PaulWilliams also sing for the stage Joker and Penguin but you can just barely make them out because they sing in unison.
-->'''Batman:''' [[EarWorm A superstitious cowardly lot!/They plan and plot but they always get caught!/Their evil schemes all come to naught...]]



** Averted with pretty much every other Nicktoon.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheManCalledFlintstone'' Fred's singing voice for the song "Teammates" is provided by future regular Fred Flintstone voice actor Henry Corden. Corden does such a good job here mimicking Alan Reed's performance that it can be hard to tell the difference.
* Notably averted throughout ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama World Tour]]''. However, some autotuning was required to improve the quality of several characters, especially in "Come Fly With Us." The lack of this probably explains why Cody sings so little, despite lasting second-longest out of a team that was called to perform more than any other. Notably Ezekiel and Tyler, also voiced by Peter Oldring, don't sing much either. (Of course, you'll find plenty of fangirls who still like Cody's singing anyway...)
* Otto the gorilla from ''WesternAnimation/TheHauntedWorldOfElSuperbeasto'' is voiced by Creator/TomKenny; his singing voice for his ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'' parody song is done by Chris Hardwick.
* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' where most (all?) of the regular voice actors do their own singing in the friendship episode.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'':

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheManCalledFlintstone'' Fred's singing voice for the song "Teammates" is provided by future regular Fred Flintstone voice actor Henry Corden. Corden does such a good job here mimicking Alan Reed's performance that it can be hard to tell the difference.
* Notably averted throughout ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama World Tour]]''. However, some autotuning was required to improve the quality of several characters, especially in "Come Fly With Us." The lack of this probably explains why Cody sings so little, despite lasting second-longest out of a team that was called to perform more than any other. Notably Ezekiel and Tyler, also voiced by Peter Oldring, don't sing much either. (Of course, you'll find plenty of fangirls who still like Cody's singing anyway...)
difference.* Otto the gorilla from ''WesternAnimation/TheHauntedWorldOfElSuperbeasto'' is voiced by Creator/TomKenny; his singing voice for his ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'' parody song is done by Chris Hardwick.
* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' where most (all?) of the regular voice actors do their own singing in the friendship episode.
Hardwick.* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'':



** Averted in the season 3 episode "Sleepless in Ponyville". Creator/ClaireCorlett, who only did Sweetie's speaking voice at the time, turns in a hilariously awful, pony-friendly rendition of "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall". The aversion is completed in season 4; as of "Flight to the Finish", Claire is singing Sweetie's part and doing an excellent job of it.



** This is averted with Rainbow Dash and Applejack (both voiced by Ashleigh Ball, a professional singer). Amusingly enough, this briefly causes Applejack's singing voice to sound much closer to the voice Ashleigh uses for Rainbow Dash in AJ's solo on "At the Gala". She even lacks her accent, present any other time Applejack sings.



** While afflicted with a deep male voice in "Filli Vanilli", Fluttershy has two different male actors for her speaking and singing parts. This is averted in "Bridle Gossip", where Fluttershy is voiced by [[TheOtherDarrin a different male actor]] who handles both parts.

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** While afflicted with a deep male voice in "Filli Vanilli", Fluttershy has two different male actors for her speaking and singing parts. This is averted in "Bridle Gossip", where Fluttershy is voiced by [[TheOtherDarrin a different male actor]] who handles both parts.



** This was averted many times over the course of the series, notably in ''WesternAnimation/TheThirteenGhostsOfScoobyDoo'' where Creator/DonMessick, Creator/CaseyKasem, and Susan Blu do their own singing in-character as Scooby, Scrappy, Shaggy, and Flim-Flam respectively. In addition, Scott Innes did his own singing for several Scooby-related songs in the early 2000s as Scooby and Shaggy. It helps that he's a professional singer (he even WROTE some official ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' songs).
** Averted for the Hex Girls' debut in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheWitchsGhost''. All three of the Hex Girls' voice actresses performed the songs they played on stage.
** Averted again in the two ''[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated Mystery Inc.]]'' episodes featuring the Hex Girls. Creator/JenniferHale (Thorn), Music/GreyDelisle (Daphne), Jane Weidlin (Dusk), and Kimberly Brooks (Luna) all sing in the songs performed within the show. Especially Daphne, who gets a full song[[note]]the other two songs were cut off for the villain to make his dramatic entrance.[[/note]] devoted to her shaky relationship with Fred.
3rd Aug '17 9:27:28 PM Sdman101
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** Stacy's voice is usually that of Creator/KellyHu, but her singing voice is that of Laura Dickinson. Strangely, Dickinson [[TheOtherDarrin provided her speaking voice as well]] in "Phineas and Ferb Get Busted!"

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** Stacy's voice is usually that of Creator/KellyHu, but her singing voice is that of Laura Dickinson. Strangely, Dickinson [[TheOtherDarrin provided her speaking voice as well]] in "Phineas and Ferb Get Busted!"
6th Jul '17 5:53:52 PM nombretomado
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* Marni Nixon was the live-action queen of this for ages (often uncredited). From TheOtherWiki: Nixon's dubbing career includes:

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* Marni Nixon was the live-action queen of this for ages (often uncredited). From TheOtherWiki: Wiki/TheOtherWiki: Nixon's dubbing career includes:
17th Jun '17 10:08:28 PM jormis29
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** Iago doesn't sing in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', but he does in the sequels, and Gilbert Gottfried sings his part - when he had been previously dubbed by Randy Crenshaw in ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}''. Broadway star Jerry Orbach also does his own singing as Saluk in the third movie.

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** Iago doesn't sing in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', but he does in the sequels, and Gilbert Gottfried sings his part - when he had been previously dubbed by Randy Crenshaw in ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}''. Broadway star Jerry Orbach Creator/JerryOrbach also does his own singing as Saluk in the third movie.
17th Jun '17 7:48:50 PM thecarolinabull01
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* [[AsianStoreOwner Mr. Hyunh]] of ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' has an inexplicable country singing voice, done by none other than Music/RandyTravis.

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[[AsianStoreOwner Mr. Hyunh]] of ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' has sings with an inexplicable country singing voice, done by none other than Music/RandyTravis.Music/RandyTravis.
** Arnold's second voice actor, Philip Van Dyke wasn't comfortable singing for "What's Opera, Arnold?" so they had Arnold's previous actor, Toran Caudell sing the lines for him.
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