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I Know That Voice is a american film of genre Documentary released in USA on 7 january 2014 with Alanna Ubach

I Know That Voice (2014)

I Know That Voice
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I Know That Voice is a documentary about voice acting. It premiered on November 6, 2013, at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre. It is narrated by John DiMaggio, the voice of Bender on Futurama and Jake on Adventure Time, and stars DiMaggio and many other voice actors, including Billy West, Tara Strong, Tom Kenny, June Foray, Rachael MacFarlane and Mark Hamill.


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