Experience the exciting evidence that explains how the Man of a Thousand Voices was also a Man of Many Talents. More
Paul Frees, known as the Man of a Thousand Voices, was more than an actor providing the unforgettable voices of such amusing, animated cartoon characters as Boris Badenov on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show and The Pillsbury Doughboy, the Ghost Host in Walt Disney’s Haunted Mansion at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, and narrator of classic films, such as The Manchurian Candidate (1962) and The Shaggy Dog (1959). He was also an accomplished artist.
Author, publisher, and history detective Ben Ohmart recently discovered a creative cache of Frees’ scripts, lyrics, songs, paintings, and furniture designs that were unearthed only recently and never before seen by the public. This revised 2nd Edition includes a full-length screenplay, The Demon from Dimension X, unused material once written for satirical musician Spike Jones, and Freddy, a teleplay that has never been seen or produced.
Experience the exciting evidence that explains how the Man of a Thousand Voices was also a Man of Many Talents.
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