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21st May '17 4:46:01 PM nombretomado
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*** He ''did'' sing in the two collaborations between the ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}'' and ''WeissKreuz'' casts, though. Apparently, that was too much {{Fanservice}} to pass up.

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*** He ''did'' sing in the two collaborations between the ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}'' and ''WeissKreuz'' ''Anime/WeissKreuz'' casts, though. Apparently, that was too much {{Fanservice}} to pass up.
18th May '17 3:26:44 AM mariofan1000
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* Cheryl in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' is normally voiced by Creator/JudyGreer, but when she became a country singer in the ''Vice'' arc, her singing voice was provided by the country singer Jessy Lynn Martens.
23rd Apr '17 12:23:06 AM PaulA
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** The singing voice of Margaret O'Brien in ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'' (1949)

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** The singing voice of Margaret O'Brien in ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'' (1949)''Film/{{The Secret Garden|1949}}''.
21st Apr '17 7:08:04 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* An interesting inversion of the usual in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates.'' The songstress Azura is voiced by seiyuu Lynn for her speaking lines and up-and-coming singer Renka for her songs, with the latter providing the vocals to the game's vocal theme, ''if ~ hitori omou'' ("If ~ One's Thoughts"). The English dub, however, has Broadway actress Rena Strober do ''both'' her speaking and singing lines, with her version of the main theme (renamed "Lost in Thoughts, All Alone") being ''very'' well-received. 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.

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* An interesting inversion of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' zigzags the usual in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates.'' trope around a bit:
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The songstress Azura is voiced by seiyuu Lynn Creator/{{Lynn}} for her speaking lines and up-and-coming singer Renka for her songs, with the latter providing the vocals to the game's vocal theme, ''if ~ hitori omou'' ("If ~ One's Thoughts"). The English dub, however, has Broadway actress Rena Strober do ''both'' her speaking and singing lines, with her version of the main theme (renamed "Lost in Thoughts, All Alone") being ''very'' well-received.
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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.
3rd Apr '17 9:02:19 AM Prfnoff
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* Of the four leads in the 1958 film version of ''Film/SouthPacific'', only Mitzi Gaynor got to use her own singing voice. Giorgio Tozzi, the bass who sang for Rossano Brazzi, is a name well known to opera buffs.

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* Of the four leads in the 1958 film version of ''Film/SouthPacific'', only Mitzi Gaynor got to use her own singing voice. Giorgio Tozzi, the bass who sang for Rossano Brazzi, is a name well known to opera buffs. Muriel Smith, who dubbed Juanita Hall as Bloody Mary, had played the part onstage in the London production. Stewpot's brief BassoProfundo solo in "There Is Nothing Like A Dame" was dubbed by Creator/ThurlRavenscroft.
18th Mar '17 11:43:40 AM nombretomado
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** The singing voice for NatalieWood as Maria in ''Film/WestSideStory'' (1961) and also sang some parts of the score of Anita played by Rita Moreno, sharing the load with co-dubber Betty Wand and Moreno herself. In parts of the quintet setting of the song "Tonight", Nixon sings both Maria's and Anita's lines. Interestingly, there is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n26hnzcT7SU clip]] of Natalie Wood singing (in an untrained voice) "Tonight" mash-up with Nixon's dub. Wood had been trying to do her own singing and reportedly felt betrayed when she found out she was being dubbed.

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** The singing voice for NatalieWood Creator/NatalieWood as Maria in ''Film/WestSideStory'' (1961) and also sang some parts of the score of Anita played by Rita Moreno, sharing the load with co-dubber Betty Wand and Moreno herself. In parts of the quintet setting of the song "Tonight", Nixon sings both Maria's and Anita's lines. Interestingly, there is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n26hnzcT7SU clip]] of Natalie Wood singing (in an untrained voice) "Tonight" mash-up with Nixon's dub. Wood had been trying to do her own singing and reportedly felt betrayed when she found out she was being dubbed.
12th Mar '17 6:59:38 PM igordebraga
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** Everybody in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' had a different singing voice, save for [[Creator/RobinWilliams Genie]] and Jafar (and in the sequels, Iago as well). Aladdin's speaking VA is Scott Weinger, singing provided by Brad Kane. Jasmine's speaking voice was done by Linda Larkin while her singing was also performed by Lea Salonga (Liz Calloway in the sequels).

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** Everybody in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' had a different singing voice, save for [[Creator/RobinWilliams Genie]] for Genie and Jafar (and in the sequels, Iago as well). Aladdin's speaking VA is Scott Weinger, singing provided by Brad Kane. Jasmine's speaking voice was done by Linda Larkin while her singing was also performed by Lea Salonga (Liz Calloway in the sequels). The Peddler sings with Bruce Adler's voice because Creator/RobinWilliams couldn't hit the high notes in "Arabian Nights".



** Creator/MatthewBroderick can sing, but due to being more of a Lyric Baritone than a tenor, Joseph Williams replaces Simba for singing in ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (and Cam Clarke afterwards). Young Simba is also replaced (Jason Weaver instead of Jonathan Taylor Thomas- and Evan Saucedo for the extra song in the 2003 DVD release), and Jeremy Irons sings some of Scar's lyrics, but partway through, the harsher lyrics were replaced by that of Creator/JimCummings, since Irons blew his voice out doing the [[ItMakesSenseInContext "YOU WON'T GET A SNIFF WITHOUT ME!"]] line in "[[VillainSong Be Prepared]]", [[JustifiedTrope resulting in]] Cummings subbing for him.

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** Creator/MatthewBroderick can sing, but due to being more of a Lyric Baritone than a tenor, Joseph Williams replaces Simba for singing in ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (and Cam Clarke afterwards). Young Simba is also replaced (Jason Weaver instead of Jonathan Taylor Thomas- and Evan Saucedo for the extra song in the 2003 DVD release), and Jeremy Irons sings some of Scar's lyrics, but partway through, the harsher lyrics were replaced by that of Creator/JimCummings, since Irons blew his voice out doing the [[ItMakesSenseInContext [[SuddenlyShouting "YOU WON'T GET A SNIFF WITHOUT ME!"]] line in "[[VillainSong Be Prepared]]", [[JustifiedTrope resulting in]] Cummings subbing for him.


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** The Brazilian dub for Disney movies employed it at times, most notably with [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]], who had three different singing voices - [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV_qnRq404Q a child singer in the original dub]], replaced with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shQSv9y8LwM a teenager in the 1997 re-release]], and in-between, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4kc3ONgAdk a third singer in]] [[WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid the TV series]]. And that's not counting how her speaking voice actress eventually learned to sing and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuGln0sA6gE got a chance to do so in a sequel]] (and she even performs [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDrdWZd7o_U "Part of Your World" live]]).
9th Mar '17 4:13:01 PM ThomasVeggieDramaFan
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' episode "Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen", Queen Esther is voiced by Jessica Kaplan, with her singing voice by Pamela Thomas.

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* ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'
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In the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' episode "Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen", Queen Esther is voiced by Jessica Kaplan, with her singing voice by Pamela Thomas.Thomas.
** In "Princess and the Pop Star", Vanna Banana's speaking voice is provided by Rebecca Walker while her singing was provided by Moriah Peters.
** In the compilation release "God Loves You Very Much", Annie is voiced by Maggie Roberts (who began voicing her in "The Little Drummer Boy"), while her singing was provided by Ally Nawrocki (who'd previously voiced the character starting with "Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush" through "Sweetpea Beauty"). By the time "Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas" came out about two years later, Maggie was capable of providing her own singing.
1st Mar '17 8:29:04 PM nombretomado
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* An interesting inversion of the usual in ''FireEmblemFates.'' The songstress Azura is voiced by seiyuu Lynn for her speaking lines and up-and-coming singer Renka for her songs, with the latter providing the vocals to the game's vocal theme, ''if ~ hitori omou'' ("If ~ One's Thoughts"). The English dub, however, has Broadway actress Rena Strober do ''both'' her speaking and singing lines, with her version of the main theme (renamed "Lost in Thoughts, All Alone") being ''very'' well-received. 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.

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* An interesting inversion of the usual in ''FireEmblemFates.''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates.'' The songstress Azura is voiced by seiyuu Lynn for her speaking lines and up-and-coming singer Renka for her songs, with the latter providing the vocals to the game's vocal theme, ''if ~ hitori omou'' ("If ~ One's Thoughts"). The English dub, however, has Broadway actress Rena Strober do ''both'' her speaking and singing lines, with her version of the main theme (renamed "Lost in Thoughts, All Alone") being ''very'' well-received. 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.
25th Feb '17 7:41:25 PM nombretomado
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* 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 ''FrankSinatra''.)

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* 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 ''FrankSinatra''.''Music/FrankSinatra''.)
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