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A Boys Best Friend - voice

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This episode bugs me only because of that little boys voice! That voice never sounds right to me when ever I see that episode.

Does anyone else have a problem with his voice sounding unnatural?

I do like it though when Bo and Luke talk about how it was for them after thier parents died. I like any insight into thier past.

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I remeber that kid from other shows in the 80's and that wasn't his voice. As well as I can remember, he had kind of a redneckish voice, which I think would have suited him better in this episode. I know for sure that the voice isn't his and it's one of those things that is really obvious and it bugs me too.

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ok can anyone name the voice actor that did Rocky's voice from the Rocky and Bullwinkle show? Then we'll have found out who dubbed in Terry Lee's voice. I wonder why they didn't use his own voice. It can't have been any worse than the voice that they used!

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I have no idea why they dubbed it, but thank goodness it bugs everyone else, too! I thought I was going nuts.

FYI, according to IMDB, June Foray did the voice for Rocky. She also did a bunch of other cartoon voices, including some work on the Smurfs. No proof that she dubbed Terry Lee, but it's an interesting thought!

Emma

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I always wondered about this, too. Terry Lee's voice definitely doesn't sound like a little boy. It sounds like a woman, trying to sound like a little boy. Maybe they did dub over the boy's voice. The only thing's I could think of is that he was the only kid actor they could get at the time and they didn't like the way his voice sounded, or didn't think it sounded young enough for the character he was portraying. So possibly, they had to record over it. Maybe he was older than he appeared to be. That would be a question to ask John, Tom, or Cathy. They might know.

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