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Original Brak's hot voice

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    This thread is especially made for the ladies.I know it might sound weird,but have you ever noticed how deep and sinister sounds Brak's voice in the original 60's Space Ghost series? Especially when he shouts/screams.I love the way he accentuates the 'r's' when he talks.Oh boy,I really wish I could hear this version of Brak singing.What do you think?
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    For the record, Keye Luke played the voice of Brak in the 1960s Space Ghost cartoons.

    Luke later played the voice of Charlie Chan in Hanna-Barbera's "The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan" series and the main villain Zoltar in "Battle of the Planets" and in live-action, had played blind Master Po on the "Kung Fu" tv series for 3 seasons from 1972 to 1975 and as Sabasan in the 1980s series "Sidekicks" with Gil Gerard.

    He played Charlie Chan's number one son in several "Charlie Chan" movies in the 1940s and Kato in the "Green Hornet" serials in the 1940s and as Mr. Wing in the two "Gremlins" movies in the 1980s. His final acting appearance was in Woody Allen's film "Alice" as acupuncture doctor Dr. Yang in 1990 before his death in 1991.
    Familiar Chinese actor appearing in many US tv series and movies.

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