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Tarzan (17-Jun-1999)

Directors: Chris Buck; Kevin Lima

Writer: (many names)

From novel: Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Keywords: Juvenile, Outdoor Adventure

Disney animated feature.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brian Blessed
9-Oct-1937   Prince Vultan of the Hawk Men
Rodger Bumpass
1-Jan-1951   Voice of Squidward Tentacles
Glenn Close
19-Mar-1947   Fatal Attraction
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
Erik von Detten
3-Oct-1982   Odd Man Out
Patti Deutsch
16-Dec-1945   Laugh-In
Minnie Driver
31-Jan-1970   Good Will Hunting
Tony Goldwyn
20-May-1960   From the Earth to the Moon
Nigel Hawthorne
5-Apr-1929 26-Dec-2001 The Madness of King George
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Wayne Knight
7-Aug-1955   Newman on Seinfeld
Alex D. Linz
3-Jan-1989   Home Alone 3
Jason Marsden
3-Jan-1975   Eerie, Indiana
Rosie O'Donnell
Talk Show Host
21-Mar-1962   The Rosie O'Donnell Show


Review by anonymous (posted on 16-Mar-2006)

I thought the movie was very good. I just wanted Minnie Driver to know I think her voical characterzation of the heroine made the whole movie for me. She brought out so much of the strife and emotional turmoil in her voice that it just brought her character alive. I especially enjoyed her use and inflection of the word "Daddy"-really wonderful. I have heard that term of endearment said by many wonderful actresses,up to and including Kate Hepburn in the "Philadelphia Story". Miss Driver with just her voice captured the sense of love and dependency that the character had for her sweet old dad. Not too bad for someone standing in a booth all by themselves looking at an animation on a screen a few feet away. In the venacualr of the street "you go girl-you rock!"

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