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    Re: Old Subs -- Captain's voice

    I have appointed myself the final arbitrator in this decision - and I say that this is affirmitivley and without a doubt John Considine. lol - but seriously - that is NOT Frees, and it is not Ronaday and it is not Ravenscroft. I know this because it sounds nothing like them. It does sound exactly like John Considine. So hearing it with your own ears should be convincing enough. Unless someone else sounds EXACTLY like him... lol -- sorry for being such a wiseacre :P
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    Re: Old Subs -- Captain's voice

    I agree -- it's John Considine. Whew -- this is such a relief to me! Thanks to all of you who helped solve this mystery!

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    Re: Old Subs -- Captain's voice

    Quote Originally Posted by Walt Fan View Post
    I'm telling you, its John Considine. Here is a Youtube video of the Star Wars Radio Drama. He plays the voice of Lord Tion.
    Star Wars - Points Of Origin - 1/3 - YouTube

    Fast forward to about the 1:30 mark
    Nicely done, Walt Fan! That's got to be him.

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    Re: Old Subs -- Captain's voice

    I'm not so convinced, then again I didn't spend hours studying it either. But there's a solution. Actually, two.

    Well, according to IMDB John Considine is still around, and among this motley crew there has to be /someone/ with the chops to get the contact information through working at a Studio or a big Agency... Someone call him up and Ask Him.

    The other solution would be to call the Disney Archives and see if they can track it down. That one's right in their wheelhouse.

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    Re: Old Subs -- Captain's voice

    Or maybe we should ask Dave Smith, the former chairman of the Disney Archives. I bet you he would know.

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