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Discussion in 'The Warner Bros. Club' started by rajzfilm, Jan 19, 2015.

  1. rajzfilm

    rajzfilm Member

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    The sad truth is that Charlie Adler didn't work for Warner Bros after 1992. Andrea Romano and Tom Ruegger never used him again. We still don't know what exactly happened.

    There are so many shows Adler doesn't appear in because of this.
    Can you imagine him in certain roles in those shows?
    Justice League, Teen Titans and Avatar included.
     
  2. Goldstar Neo

    Goldstar Neo Good Morning!

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    If you mean Avatar: The Last Airbender, that's not a Warner Brothers property.

    Anyway, Charlie Adler has been doing OK for himself. He's still been getting work.. He voiced Dr. Doom on both seasons of Marvel's The Super Hero Squad Show, among other things. These days, Mr. Adler has been doing more voice directing than acting. He's in his 50s now, so he has the experience.

    Also, Charlie did reprise his role as Buster Bunny in the Playstation video game Tiny Toons: Defenders of the Universe in 2001, although the game has yet to be released.
     
  3. Kung-Fu Yoshi

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    Why did they keep making Tiny Toons video games after the show was over? I don't think they did it for any other cartoon.
     
  4. Goldstar Neo

    Goldstar Neo Good Morning!

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    I'm guessing that by "they" you mean Warner Brothers, and there was only 1 TTA video game made after the show ended that I know of. Also, there were a couple of Animaniacs video games made after the series ended. There was Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt in 2004 and Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action! in 2005.
     

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