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The Other Darrin:
: Tim Kitzrow, who voiced Rod Serling in the game. Justified in that Serling had died twenty years prior.
The Twilight Zone Michael J. Fox denied permission for Data East to use his likeliness for their pinball. Data East ended up using a substitute actor for the voice, and artist Back to the Future Paul Faris had his son play Marty on the playfield and backglass art. By all accounts, neither effort succeeded.
Stern Pinball's , which used substitute voice actors for all of the characters.
Batman In , the Junk Yard Time Machine modes "Mamushka" and "Payback Time" (in early revisions) have noticeably different voices, presumably because the original voices were licensed, and thus could not be used.
Part of the reason production of the pinball was delayed was due to the time required for Mike Myers, Shrek Eddie Murphy, and the other actors to give final approval for their substitute voices.
In , Tim Kitzrow provides the voice for Lamont Cranston/The Shadow, though Alec Baldwin's speech from the film itself appears as well.