Knowledge Identifier: +Paul_Frees
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1920.
Countries: United States (54%), California (23%), United Kingdom (15%)
Linked to: Chouinard Art Institute, The Walt Disney Company, Hanna-Barbera, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
In 1955, he appeared as an irate husband suing his wife, played by Ann Doran, for alimony in an episode of CBS's sitcom "The Ray Milland Show"
In the 1956 Cinemascope Tom and Jerry cartoon, "Blue Cat Blues", he was Jerry's voice who narrated the short; he had voiced Jerry's cousin Muscles in "Jerry's Cousin" five years earlier
From October 1961 through September 1962, Paul Frees provided the voice for the character of a shady lawyer named Judge Oliver Wendell Clutch, a weasel on the animated program "Calvin and the Colonel" starring the voices of Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, who had previously worked together on "Amos n' Andy"
Frees provided the voices of both John Lennon and George Harrison in the 1965 "The Beatles" cartoon series, the narrator, Big D and Fluid Man in the 1966 cartoon series, "Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles" and of The Thing in the 1967 series "Fantastic Four", as well as President James Norcross in the 1967 cartoon series "Super President"
He was the traffic cop, ticket-taker, and Santa Claus in "Frosty the Snowman" in 1969
Frees provided the voice-over for the trailer to the 1971 Clint Eastwood thriller, "Play Misty for Me"