Farewell, Brian Bedford
2 monthes ago - By Cartoon Cave
It always saddens me to hear about the death of a performer I like, and especially so when it happens to be one that I've had the great fortune to have met. Such is the case with Brian Bedford, an actor primarily known for his work on stage, yet also having performed in a number of feature films and TV show guest appearances.
I first became aware of Brian Bedford in 1973, when I saw Disney's animated feature, Robin Hood up on the big screen when I was just 13. Brian was perhaps the only actor in the film's voice credits that I had never heard of, and ironically he was the voice of the...
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