According to a message at the AdultSwim.com (adultswim.com) boards, Harry Goz passed away this week. I couldn't find any obits anywhere else. I suppose he's best known nowadays as the voice behind Capt. Murphy on Adult Swim's Sealab 2021. I don't recognize a lot of his credits from his filmography (us.imdb.com), except an episode of Law & Order and maybe Wiseguy. If you knew who he was, it was because of his distinctive voice. Anybody who knows Sealab will probably agree that Capt. Murphy's incredibly inane and insane lines probably wouldn't work without *that* voice.
I feel like a koala bear crapped a rainbow on my brain.
God, that's terrible. That's the end of "Sealab", as far as I'm concerned.
"These are the same arguments, the precise same arguments that were being made before the war. Itís going to be a quagmire. What is the plan? When do we get out? How much is it going to cost? Someone in the military might get his hair mussed. We heard all these arguments." ----Ann Coulter, supporting our troops. Click here for a tribute to all Iraq's bad hair days to date.
RIP Harry Goz. Tell Queen Doppelpoppolus I said hi. :(
"Alright, now I'd like to show you one of my favorite cartoons. It's a sad, depressing story about a pathetic coyote who spends every waking moment of his life in the futile pursuit of a sadistic roadrunner, who mocks him and laughs at him as he is repeatedly crushed and maimed. I hope you enjoy it!"
I'm wondering if anyone has any experiences they can share either as children or parents in a home where the parents have different native languages. Specifically, what steps were taken to ensure the children grew up speaking both languages well?