Character, narrator, or announcer voices...
...that you thought were done by those other than the people who actually did them? For me, I once thought Edward Everett Horton did Mr. Peabody (Bill Scott) and Aesop (Charlie Ruggles). I also once thought the opening titles on the Superman-Aquaman Hour Of Adventure, as well as the pre-cartoon intros were voiced by some guy who I later learned was the longtime voice of New York's WOR-TV Channel 9, a guy named Phil Tonken, who I only heard on scores of commercials-even though the cartoons were done in LA. Only a couple of years ago I found out that Ted Knight did those titles. Any examples you can think of?
I didn't know Wolfman Jack was doing the opening credit narration for Fonz and the Happy Days Gang or Ernie Anderson was doing the opening credit narration for Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors.
Those are the more obvious ones, especially Jack.
Originally Posted by dth1971
It took me a long time before discovering that it wasn't Bill Woodson, but rather, Bob Lloyd, who was the opening announcer for Challenge of the Super Friends, or even Jackson Beck on GI Joe.
Speaking of Beck, I once thought it was he, not Bill Conrad, who did the voice of the Quaker Oats cereal character Quake.