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Kadmos May 4, 2018 7:54 PM
-Patrick Seitz has voiced in 80 Funimation titles (be it recorded at the Funi studios or recorded in L.A. for a Funi license): (The) Legend of the Legendary Heroes (TV) as Riphal Edea
(The) Sacred Blacksmith (TV)
A Certain Magical Index II (TV) as Ritoku Komaba (eps 23-24)
A Certain Scientific Railgun (TV)
Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero (TV) as Dark Lord Garius (eps 1-2, 4, 7)
Appleseed XIII (TV) as Karl; Lark
Appleseed XIII: Tartaros & Ouranos (movie) as Karl Knute; Lark
Attack on Titan (TV) as Keith Shardis
Attack on Titan: Junior High (TV) as Keith
BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (TV) as Thug 1
Ben-To (TV) as Kenji Dando (ep 3)
Big Windup! (TV) as Mihoshi Coach (eps 6-7)
Black Butler (TV) as Agni
Black Butler II (OAV) as Agni
Black Butler II (TV) as Agni (eps 5-6)
Black Butler: Book of Circus (TV) as Agni
Black Butler: Book of Murder (OAV) as Agni
Black Butler: His Butler, Performer (OAV) as Agni
D-Frag! (TV) as Odawara
Daimidaler: Prince vs. Penguin Empire (TV) as Penguin Emporer
Dance in the Vampire Bund (TV); Ivanovic
Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (TV) as Repnin
Deadman Wonderland (OAV) as Senji Kiyomasa
Deadman Wonderland (TV) as Senji Kiyomasa
Divine Gate (TV)
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (movie)
Fairy Tail (TV 2/2014) as Laxus Dreyar
Fairy Tail (TV) as Edolas Citizen (ep 93); Laxus Dreyar
Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess as Laxus Dreyar
Fate/stay night (TV) as Souichirou Kuzuki
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV); Sloth
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (movie) as Colonel Herschel
Good Luck Girl! (TV) as Bobby
Guilty Crown (TV) as Dan Eagleman (eps 7, 9-11)
Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino
Harmony (movie) as Uwe Woll
Heaven’s Lost Property the Movie: The Angeloid of Clockwork
Hetalia - Axis Powers (TV) as Germany
Hetalia Axis Powers: Paint it, White! (movie) as Germany
Hetalia The Beautiful World (TV) as Germany
Hetalia The World Twinkle (ONA) as Germany
Hetalia World Series (TV) as Germany
Joker Game (TV) as John Gordon
Jormungand (TV) as Mao
Jormungand Perfect Order (TV) as Mao
King of Thorn (movie) as Marco Owen
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost (movie) as Cpt. David Anderson
Murder Princess (OAV) as Kaito
Mushi-Shi (TV) as Seishiro (ep 19)
My Hero Academia (TV 2) as Enji Todoroki/Endeavor
Nobunagun (TV)
One Piece (TV) as Franky; Kuroobi; Manticore; Mounblutain (Fake Usopp); Rivers
One Piece Film Gold (movie) as Franky
One Piece Film Strong World (movie 10) as Franky
One Piece Film Z (movie) as Franky
One Piece Jidaigeki Special: Luffy Oyabun Torimonocho as Franky
One Piece: Heart of Gold (special) as Franky
One Punch Man (OAV) as Tank-Top Master (ep 6)
Saiyuki Gunlock (TV) as Demon Hunter (ep 10); Great Chinese Manager (ep 11); Hazel Grouse
Sengoku Basara - Samurai Kings (TV 2) as Chosokabe Motochika
Sengoku Basara - Samurai Kings (TV) as Chosokabe Motochika
Sengoku Basara - Samurai Kings: The Last Party (movie) as Chosokabe Motochika
Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement (TV) as Chosokabe Motochika
Senran Kagura: Ninja Flash! (TV)
Shakugan no Shana III (Final) (TV) as Gyuuki
Shakugan no Shana Second (TV) as Annaberg
Shin chan (TV) as Computer (FUNimation; ep 2)
Space Dandy (TV)
Speed Grapher (TV) as Kokuryo (eps 16-17)
Steins;Gate (TV) as John Titor (eps 2-4, 7)
Summer Wars (movie) as Kunihiko Jinnouchi
Suzuka (TV) as TV Announcer (ep 24)
Tales of Zestiria the X (TV 2) as Heldalf/Lord of Calamity
Tales of Zestiria the X (TV) as Heldalf/Lord of Calamity
Tokyo Ravens (TV) as Etou
Toriko (TV) as Midora
Trinity Blood (TV) as Death Hunters (ep 14)
Wolf Children (movie); Shino's Father
Ōkami-san & Her Seven Companions (TV)

-5 of the 6 major Hollywood studios had founders who were Jewish. I am including movie/theater company: Columbia/Sony Pictures: Joe Brandt (7/20/1882-2/22/39) and the Cohn brothers: Harry (7/23/1891-2/27/58) and Jack (10/27/1889-12/8/56; both were Russo-German)

-20th Century Fox: Joseph Schenck (12/25/1878-10/22/61; Russian), Darryl Zanuck (9/5/02-12/22/79), William Fox (1/1/1879-5/8/52; Hungarian).

-Paramount: Frohman bros: Charles (7/15/1856–5/7/1915) and Daniel Frohman (8/22/1851–12/26/40), Jessie L. Lasky (10/13/1880-1/13/58; American), William W. Hodkinson (8/16/1881-6/2/71), and Adolph Zukor (1/7/1873-6/10/1976; Austro-Hungarian). Though not a founder, there was a third Frohman brother named Gustave (c.1854 –8/16/30; all were American).

Universal: Charles O. Baumann (1/20/1874-7/18/31; Polish), Pierre E.J. Brulatour (4/7/1870-10/26/46), Robert H. Cochrane (1877/78-6/1/78), Mark M. Dintenfass (4/17/1872-11/23/33), David Horsley (3/11/1873 -2/23/33), Adam Kessel (1866-1946), Carl Laemmle (1/17/1867–9/24/39; German), Patrick Anthony Powers (10/8/1870-7/30/48), and William Swanson

notes: David and William Horsley (1870–1956; brother.) founded the Centaur Film Company in 1909 in Fort Lee, NJ. On 10/27/1911, David founded the 1st movie studio actual in-Hollywood studio, a West Coast production unit called the Nestor Film Company.

Powers sold Cinephone sound system to Walt so it could help make "Steamboat Willie". Powers was a producer, as was Lasky and Zukor, for "The Wedding March" (1928). So, here we have a link to Paramount, Disney, and Universal all with one guy.
If we can get a link for WB, Sony Pictures (since it can trace its history back to when the Cohn brothers founded the Cohn-Brandt-Cohn company in 1918), and 20th Century Fox, then all 6 major Hollywood studios have something like a Bacon link.

Warner Brothers: Albert (7/23/1884-11/26/67), Harry (12/12/1881-7/25/1958), Jack (8/2/1892-9/9/78), and Sam (8/10/1887-10/5/27) were Russo-German Jews.

-Historically major but not as active today as the the above 5:
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer*: Sam Goldwyn (8/17/79-1/31/74; Russian Polish); Louis B. Mayer (7/12/1884-10/29/57; Belorussian-Canadian), and Marcus Loew (5/7/1870-9/5/27; German-Polish). While Sam did

note: To further break down MGM, each name refers to a studio that was merged to form MGM:
Metro Pictures-Mayer and Richard A. Rowland (12/8/1880-5/12/1947)
Goldwyn Pictures-Sam and the Selwyn brothers: Archie (10/3/1877-6/21/59) and Edgar (10/20/1875-2/13/44)
Mayer-Louis formed this company 2 years after co-founding Metro Pictures

RKO Pictures: David Sarnoff (2/27/1891-12/12/71; Belarusian) and Joseph Kennedy, Sr. (9/6/1888-11/18/69; JFK's dad)
United Artists: Charlie Chaplin (4/16/1889-12/25/77), D.W. Griffith (1/22/1875–7/23/1948), Douglas Fairbanks (5/23/1883-12/12/39; German), and Mary Pickford (4/8/1892–5/29/79)

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Mikola Oct 8, 2016 2:38 PM
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