Don LaFontaine - The legendary voice has died

A short documentary movie about Donald LaFontaine (who died on 1 September 2008), one of the legendary voices of TV and cinema. He's voice was recorder for more than 750,000 television spots and 5,000 movie trailers.

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+6 1. rUmmeh commented 11 years ago

5000 movies and 750,000 TV spots. Truely EPIC.
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+3 2. Chumney_Warner commented 11 years ago

Not a lot to say really, trully epic stuff.
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+6 3. Squeeb commented 11 years ago

God rest your soul Don LaFontaine
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0 4. woop commented 11 years ago

That clip sure didn't make him look like the humble man that his "colleagues" described.
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+5 5. LegendarySaint commented 11 years ago

A fellow legend lost, rest in peace (in fact don't, stir up some shit, you would make an awesome ghost).
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+3 6. Wombat commented 11 years ago

Rest in peace, sir. You are a true legend in media history.
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+5 7. freshmen1020 commented 11 years ago

dang my first ever comment :)

How i wish i have his voice

May you Rest in Peace Sir
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+3 8. NucleoVega commented 11 years ago

HE DIED?? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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+4 9. biggeddy commented 11 years ago

His voice sounds just like Optimus Prime from the new Transformers, but less robotic....
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+3 10. Predator-PT commented 11 years ago

Rest in peace!!! =( The biggest voice lengend!
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+2 11. JerryD commented 11 years ago

Ouuch! Everything comes to an end sooner or later! And this legend will leave a huge gap. Its not only to have the 'right' voice. Its also how to perform with a voice. And Don LaFontains voice and performance very much lifted the programs he participated in... My sincerest for this man! :'(
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+3 12. SixaxisDualshock commented 11 years ago

#4 It's called humour.. Download it to a usb-stick and stick that usb-stick as far into your ear as you possible can. If nothing happens, just press press harder. Blood just means it works.
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+2 13. Maffis commented 11 years ago

I wonder if a imitator will start voicing clips now. His voice was truly epic for trailers and commercials. R.I.P.
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+3 14. LionelMarcus commented 11 years ago

Many Respects, and RIP
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+2 15. JerryD commented 11 years ago

#12 - Your so brutal! >:) >:) ROFL & PMSL >:) >:) >:)
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+3 16. rufinus commented 11 years ago

RIP, will miss your voice in the trailers.
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+2 17. wyldKard commented 11 years ago

we're gonna miss you don. the 2nd to the last trailer voice guy had a point, now it's really going to be "in a world where there's no don lafontaine..."
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+2 18. alexandru commented 9 years ago

RIP , A TRUE LEGEND
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0 19. lockandload commented 9 years ago

excellent voice, i remember questioning myself thinking who is behind them voices, r.i.p don