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Twisted Toonz – Salt Lake Comic-Con 26 Sept 2015
The group that brought Twisted Toonz to life, came to Salt Lake Comic-Con. Several voice actors, including Jess Harnell (Wakko Warner) , Rob Paulsen (Yakko Warner), Tress MacNeille (Dot Warner) all from Animaniacs. Also Maurice LaMarche (Kif from Futurama) , Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad, Star Wars: Clone Wars) and hosted by Jeff Zannini.
This original material was performed in front of a live audience at Salt Lake Comic-Con, Saturday 25-Sept-2015.
The content and material is re-broadcast under fair-use and share-alike. We do not own the material, the scripting or the voice characters used in this performance.
** Please note that this material, any likeness to real or fictional persons is purely for satire. Some material may not be appropriate for children. Rated PG-13/R for language and crude behavior. **
The camera may shake because of the laughter, and the video angle and/or colors may shift as to the fact this is not the original source video.
So funny you will wet your pants, close your eyes and listen from time to time and you can see the books/screenplay play-out in your head.
Enjoy! and have fun!
run-time : 94.5 minutes
FanX15 – Animaniacs voice actors interview
Pop My Culture #186 Jess Harnell
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FanX15 – Animaniacs voice actors interview
The Animaniacs was a great animated TV series brought to us by Warner Brothers studios.
mr Hack sat down with two talented artists that provided the voices of Wakko and Yakko Warner.
Wakko Warner voice Jess Harnell, he looks like gene simmons, talks like me and is a bit flirty with the ladies too. If you only could have been to FanX15 when we filmed this!
Yakko Warner voice Rob Paulsen, he is one smart ass and I got him to swear in character! I’m okay with that too.
Both Jess and Rob we gracious to talk about their craft, how the play off each other and some of the great stories which working characters we all have grown to love over the years.
Like Yakko said. I-SCI-FI, why the hell don’t you ? :D
Video is 720p but still awesome to chat with these two!
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Yakko’s Nations of the World: An updated version
Time Warner profits beat estimates
Warner Brothers Studio VIP Tour $5 Off coupon
Answer the call – Composer John Debney
We are iscifi.tv, we answered the Call. Will you?
We can dial 911 only in case of an emergency, however in the movie The Call its more than that! No spoilers here but a great interview with Academy Award nominated composer John Debney.
John has composed for many movies and television shows including The Passion of the Christ, The Hot Chick (wait for a smart-ass comment from Jeff on that one), Liar Liar, IronMan 2 and so much more to list here. John has never been type-cast to one genre of movie, or musical style yet comes up with the hair raising scores in The Call. There are a few tracks I would say you best have the lights on when you have time to listen.
RunTime 24:34 You can follow John Here, and also Costa Communications.
Thanks for your support, and thanks for listening as well. Onward to iscifi.tv….
The Call Soundtrack
Women-in-jeopardy thriller ‘The Call’ gets extra scary treatment
JOHN DEBNEY SCORES ‘jOBS’
Legacy Episode 2007-Nov-01 – Author Ken Rand
1946 – 2009
Ken’s work with over 100 books and short story from sci-fi to the weird to the politics from the mind of a great friend we lost in 2009 to cancer. Even in death Ken was a teacher as he donated his body to science. Our sit down is a comedy of errors for sure but Ken is such a great guy I wanted to share this with our fans as well. Ken works live on even with the passing of his mortal body. You can find his published works here and many short stories. We hope you enjoy a truly down to earth man and fellow sci-fi geek as well.
More about ken can be found here:
original episode 322, from Nov/01/2007.
Rest in peace Ken! http://www.kenrandmediaman.com/Pages/news.aspx
New Sci-Fi Short Story: ‘Springfield’ (Sample Only) (manonmona.wordpress.com)
“You Are as Brave as Vincent van Gogh” – Donald Barthelme (1976) (bookofjoe.com)
The contemporary short story (ask.metafilter.com)
Book Review – Double-take Tales by Donna Brown (alchemyofscrawl.wordpress.com)