You know them - it's the voice that you hear in a Disney movie, and someone says "OH MAN, I KNOW THAT VOICE!"
Well, today is one of those voice's birthdays! Happy Birthday to Danny DeVito, who was the voice of Phil in Hercules! I mean, who could fulfill the voice of Phil quite like Danny?
Uploaded by Nicole Rey on 2015-08-26.
In honor of this great birthday, here are four other favorites of ours from movies that have some of the best voices behind them!
Eddie Murphy as Mushu, Mulan
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The way Eddie Murphy annunciates things makes the character Mushu all the more memorable. And the sarcasm is thick!
James Earl Jones as Mufasa, The Lion King
James Earl Jones voiced both Mufasa and Darth Vader, and if you're a lover of both The Lion King and Star Wars, you know that you can only describe JEJ's voice as EPIC.
Dustin Hoffman as Master Shifu and Ian McShane as Tai Lung, Kung Fu Panda
Student vs Teacher,,,one of the marvellous fights...
Dustin Hoffman was the wise Master Shifu, but nothing compared to Ian McShane's maliced Tai Lung. The only voice that could rival this feline was Jeremy Irons as Scar in The Lion King.
Robin Williams as Genie, Aladdin
DisneySongs.net - Friend Like Me song from Aladdin.
Robin Williams is probably the best voice actor that ever existed because of all the different personalities he could pull out of his hat. The character of the Genie wouldn't have been the same without that amazing collection of voices from the one man. May he rest in peace.
Happy Birthday Danny DeVito - and we urge you to watch some cartoons today. Sometimes everyone needs a little fun break!
Amy Cooper is the type of journalist that when asked "What do you bring to the table," she replies "I am the table."