Cowboy Bebop changed the perception of anime dubbed into English. Steve Blum (Spike) and Mary McGlynn (Julia and ADR Director on Bebop) discuss their origin stories as performers and voice actors in the latest installment of our Behind the Microphone series. Stick around for a falling-in-love story that's never been told on-the-record.
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Show Notes and Links
- Steve Blum on IMDb, Twitter, and his website.
- Mary Elizabeth McGlynn on IMDb and Twitter.
- Rob Paulsen's Talkin Toons podcast on iTunes or just plain RSS
- I Know That Voice documentary directed by John DiMaggio
- Dee Bradley Baker's I Want To Be a Voice Actor website.
- Cowboy Bebop Blu-ray on Amazon
- Cowboy Bebop Blu-ray review on Blu-ray.com
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