[Groop] i was thinking

Dieter Opfer dopfer at csu.edu.au
Thu Dec 30 04:54:12 PST 2004

As a kid I loved the Asterix books. I was hugely disappointed with the 
voices when the movies started to come out (not to mention that the 
production itself was less than perfect but the voices REALLY grated).

Same problem when I read a book and then see the movie. The voices are 
almost never right.

Dieter :)#

Pengyfelix at aol.com wrote:
> We can always hope for a situation like when they were casting the Garfield  
> and Friends animated series, which ME recounts over at 
> _http://www.povonline.com/cols/COL357.htm_ (http://www.povonline.com/cols/COL357.htm)  .   I want 
> them to find someone so perfect they all know it right off.  
> Am I the only one who doesn't hear a voice in my head when I read  Groo?  If 
> I have to describe what I think he would sound like, all I could  say would be 
> he sounds slow of mind--kind of like Orson's brothers in  the US 
> Acres/Orson's Farm cartoons, only not mean-sounding--but that isn't  saying anything that 
> isn't spelled right out on the pages of the comics.  I  kind of hear a 
> Rufferto voice in my head, but I don't want to say anything about  it lest it fall 
> into the category of "Things that will never ever happen now  that they've been 
> put forth by a fan."
> Janet
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