Mel Blanc

Mark Evanier (hat tip to him) talks a bit about this commercial, then is kind enough to point us to Earl Kress, who talks about the commercial that could have been.

Between the two of them, it’s like a commentary track for an Amex commercial. Genius.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Update: Fixed dead vidlink.
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