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Film: I Know That Voice

I Know That Voice is a 2013 documentary produced by John DiMaggio. It centers on the behind-the-scenes process of voice acting, featuring interviews of many voice actors (a lot of which you may recognize from many animated shows, English anime dubs, and video games) and the entire entourage of people responsible for getting voices from studio to premiere. It also covers the history of voice acting and shows how professional voice acting is still going strong in an age when live-action celebrities (most of which can't voice act) are brought in to do voice-work, as well as voice acting in video games and anime dubbing.

It was released on digital platforms such as iTunes and Amazon in January 2014. It can now be seen on Netflix.

Voice actors featured: 

The first two trailers can be seen here, and the full movie is available on YouTube here.

This movie is not to be confused with Hey, It's That Voice!, albeit references between the two are sure to be had.

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