Mel Blanc was a prolific American voice actor, radio comedian, and recording artist who is best known for his voice work with Warner Bros., Hanna-Barbera, Walter Lantz Productions and radio work on The Jack Benny Show and The Hoot Owls.
Mel also provided the voice of Cousin Orville in the Carousel of Progress attraction. While the attraction has been updated with new voice actors over the years, Blanc's recordings are still used in the attraction. He also provided the voice of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit for a brief period in 1957.
In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, he reprised the voices of several of his classic Warner Bros. characters.
|1938||The Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air||Additional voices|
|1940||Pinocchio||Gideon, Marionette Soldiers|
|1945||The Clock Watcher||Speaker Pipe|
|Duck Pimples||Salesman, Dopey Davis, J. Harold King|
|1948||Melody Time||Little Toot|
|1954||Spare the Rod||Parrot Puppet|
|Grin and Bear It||Bears|
|The Flying Squirrel||The Flying Squirrel|
|Grand Canyonscope||Louie the Mountain Lion|
|1955||Lady and the Tramp||The Stray Dogs|
|1963||The Sword in the Stone||Tiger and Talbot|
|1964||Carousel of Progress||Cousin Orville|
|1970||The Aristocats||The Frog|
|1988||Who Framed Roger Rabbit?||Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, Sylvester|