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Did You Grow Up with Me, Too?: The Autobiography of June Foray

3.65 of 5 stars 3.65  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  5 reviews
"Like millions of people, I've been listening to June Foray for most of my life. I remember when I first encountered Rocky and Bullwinkle in their first season on TV, and falling under the spell of Jay Ward's sharply-written, wonderfully performed cartoons. What I can't remember is when I learned that the same woman who provided the voice of Rocky also acted as Natasha, Ne ...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published July 4th 2009 by BearManor Media (first published 2009)
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Rick Segers
A quick but very enjoyable read for anybody who grew up in this country. She started her voice acting on radio and moved into cartoons for tv and theaters. June Foray is about the sole surviving member of a pantheon of great voice actors who seemingly did it all. She is perhaps best known as the voice of Witch Hazel (Both Disney and Warner Brothers), Granny (Warner Brothers) Rocky the flying Squirrel, Natasha Badinov and hundreds of others.
I did not know until reading this that she was the orig
David Macpherson
I'm a sucker for these autobiographies and I am always a little bit dissapointed. You can tell this was quickly put together, but June Foray is an awesome character and who doesn't love her witch voices and Natasha and all the others. I love the world of animation, so I knew I was going to like it enough.
Enjoyable quick read from June Foray about the formative years of Hollywood animation. Highly recommended if you're into cartoons.
I loved this book! It's so fun when someone you've heard for much of your life takes you "backstage." Bravo, Mrs. Foray!
very episodic and really not very interesting. I was disappointed.
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