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8-09-2010 @ 3:16PM
Rommath sounds like Professor Xavier from the old (90's) X-men cartoon. I'd almost wonder if it *was* him, except his voice would have to have changed a bit since then, it's been nearly 20 years.
8-09-2010 @ 3:24PM
Would it? Fred Jones from Scooby Doo hasn't had his voice change since 1969. (Frank Welker is awesome.)
8-09-2010 @ 4:02PM
Neither has Shaggy. Casey Kasem is the man (when he not cussing out his producers).
8-09-2010 @ 6:09PM
Frank Welker isn't even fair, that's cheating. The guy has voiced every animal in every cartoon in the past 40 years. Even if his voice changed, he'd simply use one of his billion other voices to go back to Fred.Casey Kasem doesn't voice Shaggy anymore. The most recent few animated Scooby-Doo movies have had Shaggy voiced by Matthew Lillard, his actor from the 2 big live-action movies. Plus I know someone else voiced him for a few movies in the 90's too.
8-09-2010 @ 10:32PM
Casey Kasem stopped doing Shaggy years ago, He refused to voice the character ever again, I think he was embarressed he did it.And Frank Welker did the voice of Fred? I didn't know that.They refused him from doing Megatron in the Transformers movie saying his voice "had aged too much", yet they were fine with him doing the voice for the game.I think they wanted what's his name more than Frank Welker, which is a shame, because he IS Megatron.
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