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  • One of the few characters from the movie whose voice actor() didn't return.

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    Agrabah's Enemies - Disney's Aladdin fansite
    Information, pictures and videoclips of all the enemies from Disney's Aladdin.


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  • He has brought to life such memorable characters as Abu in Walt Disney's "Aladdin, " Horror in "The Pagemaster, " Flit in "Pocahontas, " Slimer in "The Real Ghostbusters, " Baby Kermit and Baby Skeeter in the Emmy Award-winning "Muppet Babies, " Norman the calf in "City Slickers" and Darwin of "Sea Quest, DSV." ©1999 Captain Planet Foundation, Inc.

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    Gaming Age
    "The cast of Kingdom Hearts stars a selection of new Disney created characters (by
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  • As soon as the main characters begin talking, the Disney influences become super obvious.

  • Not only do the voices sound like they were destined for a Disney flick, the character animations and especially the accentuated facial motions, are dead on perfect.

  • The cast of Kingdom Hearts stars a selection of new Disney created characters (by Tetsuya Nomura), along with classic Disney characters from over the years, and even cameos by some of the most famous Final Fantasy characters.

  • Four new DISNEY main characters make their debut in KINGDOM HEARTS: Sora, Riku, Kairi and the Heartless.

  • For the first time, multiple DISNEY characters and worlds coexist in an interactive product.

  • More than 100 DISNEY characters appear in the game, including Jafar from Disney's Aladdin, Clayton from Disney's Tarzan™, Hades from Hercules, and The Queen of Hearts from Disney's Alice in Wonderland, among others.

  • Classic DISNEY characters will appear in fresh new ways in KINGDOM HEARTS.

  • These include new costumes and the characters' ability to morph into different forms as they take on characteristics of the diverse worlds they visit.

  • Disney characters engage in action sequences using movements and behaviors true to their film personas - so Peter Pan flies, Tarzan climbs and Ariel swims, to name a few examples.

  • Characters are endowed with numerous motions such as climbing, flying, swimming and the ability to pick up items that can be utilized in battle or stacked so other areas can be accessed.

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    Celebrity Voice Actors: The New Sound of Animation
    Joe Bevilacqua investigates viewpoints on celebrities as voice actors. [Animation
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  • Robin William's sheer exuberance as the Genie in Aladdin created a memorable and entertaining character.

  • One of the current trends in the American animation industry is to cast major movie stars to voice animated characters.

  • They properly recognized that you couldn't send an animated character out there to Entertainment Tonight to promote your movie." But voice actor Bob Bergen counters, "If you look at Disney's history, they've always used the celebrities of the day for their cartoons.

  • No [other] time in film has there been so much animation being produced." While in the past Disney used an occasional celebrity (Phil Harris in The Jungle Book , Bob Newhart in The Rescuers ), today all their major characters are portrayed by celebrities, leaving those who make a living at voice acting to fight over a handful of supporting roles and crowd scenes.

  • "[Studio execs] gravitate towards celebrities, " says voice actor Corey Burton, "so that they have actors who have already developed a persona they can draw from to fill out the character, whereas a multi-voiced person is waiting for their idea to produce the particular voice.

  • In fact, the reason, the whole reason that they're celebrities is because they're such wonderful thespians, and, of course, any director, animation or live-action, just wants the best available." The implication, Seibert suggests, is that "voice actors are not really actors, they're merely voices who can't hold onto a character." "I don't think anyone in this business seriously, deep down, believes that you necessarily get better performances from celebrities than from professional voice actors...but it may give the show a special status as something above an ordinary cartoon.

    All RPG
    "Aside from being handled by two of the biggest names in the entertainment
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    Jasmine's Oasis
    Fansite dedicated to Disney's movie Aladdin, designed through the eyes of Princess
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    Animation: Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor
    Review of the 1930s extended short starring Popeye and featuring Fleischer's 3-D


    HARO Online Atlantis Review
    A mixed, but mostly positive, review of the film.

  • Dubbed "Dis-nola, " the look of Atlantis and its characters is largely due to comic book artist Mike Mignolia.

  • The resulting characters and setting convincingly meld the two into one.

  • The only character that truly looks Mignolia-esque is Helga, who resembles an old-fashioned femme fatale.

  • There are a large number of principal characters, and each one has his/her own unique look.

  • Atlantis also uses computer animation to a huge degree, and manages to integrate the characters and backgrounds well.

  • Lyle Rourke (James Garner, , The Last Debate ) leads the mission, which includes a number of characters voiced by people like Claudia Christian ( , True Rights ), Don Novello aka Father Guido Sarducci ( Just One Night , ), and the late Jim Varney ( , Treehouse Hostage ).

  • With so many characters involved, nobody except Milo and Kida get to develop personalities with depth.

    Mouse Info
    Information about all things Disney, with an emphasis on the theme parks.
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    Review by Marc Saltzman, with screen shots. Score: 4/5.

  • | Currently: 84°F Partly Sunny | The Cincinnati Enquirer: Video Games - October 1, 2002 Cartoon fantasy awaits players in 'Kingdom Hearts' By Marc Saltzman Gannett News Service Kingdom Hearts out of 5 Platform: PlayStation 2 Genre: Role-playing game Price: $49.99 Rating: "E" for everyone S C R E E N S H O T S What do you get when you combine role-playing game (RPG) action with familiar cartoon characters? The answer is "Kingdom Hearts, " an oddly matched yet successful marriage between Disney Interactive and Squaresoft, the Japanese game maker best known for its "Final Fantasy" adventures.

  • In fact, this PlayStation 2 action/RPG title is the first product to bring together more than 100 Disney characters in one setting, including Tarzan, Peter Pan, Pluto, Captain Hook and Jafar from "Aladdin." Four new Disney characters designed by Tetsuya Nomura of "Final Fantasy" fame make their debut, too.

  • At the start of the game, a violent storm separates Sora — the main character — from his close friends.

  • In true RPG fashion, all characters in the group gain experience points by defeating enemies.

  • Also, characters must find and use better equipment, weapons and accessories.

  • Later in the game, there are a few shops where characters can buy or sell these items.

  • Visually, "Kingdom Hearts" is exceptionally attractive thanks to its detailed characters, lush environments and fantastic special effects.

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    The Toon Obsession: Jim Cummings
    Fanpage with photo, trivia, voice credits, and commentary.

  • "Darkwing Duck and Don Karnage are the most fun to do, because they're both probably the closest to me -- I kinda improvise a lot of them, kinda ad lib." -Jim Cummings The characters, in my opinion, that he does (or did, depending on the case) the best job on are, , , Cat (the one attached to the retarded dog), Monterey Jack, and Taz.

  • An email from XxDoctorViperxX@aol.com on Fri, Oct 26 2001 reads: "Since you seem to like Jim Cummings' voice so much, here's some character she did the voices for on the cartoon show 'SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron', which were not listed on Voice Chasers.

  • He has the ability to do a spine-tinglingly evil character (If you have ever heard the clip where Negaduck says “You knobs, ” or if you heard Scar laugh at the end of “Be Prepared”, you know what I’m talking about.), then, in the same show, do a fatherly super-hero consoling his daughter, and a ridiculously ignorant next-door neighbor.

  • Most of Jim’s characters seem to have major egotistical problems.

  • Even so, they are some of the greatest cartoon characters of all time.

  • Here, you can get a complete list of all of his characters, including the ones I didn’t.

  • Hear Jim in action! I am, in no way, related to Jim Cummings or any of the characters or shows mentioned above.

    The Avalon Archive: The Cast of Gargoyles
    Photos and brief profiles of the primary voice cast and guest stars.

  • Originating the role of the grumpy boss with the heart of gold on the smash comedy "The Mary Tyler Moore Show, " Asner won Emmys in 1971, 1972 and 1975, again for the same character in 1978, and again in 1980 on the highly acclaimed dramatic series "Lou Grant." He has also won two Emmys for his work in the landmark mini-series, "Rich Man, Poor Man" and "Roots." Asner can be seen in the upcoming "Prep, " a feature release for Dennis Cooper.

  • Be afraid.) KEITH DAVID (Goliath, Thailog and Officer Morgan) Nominated for a 1995 Emmy award for his portrayal of the character Goliath, Keith David's extraordinary range of talent is evidenced by his recent body of work.

  • TERRANCE MANN (Lord Oberon) is well known on Broadway for originating the characters of Javert (Les Miserables), Rum Tum Tugger (Cats), and Beast (Beauty and the Beast).

    Candlelight Stories
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    Disney Beanies and Disney Pins
    Online catalog with pictures of Disney pins and mini bean bag plush.

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