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Commercial Character Free Voice Over Scripts

The Dumbfounded Dialer

You have reached this number. If this is not the number you dialed please hang up and try again. If you dialed this number intentionally, please hang up and call your psychiatrist. You may be hearing voices again […] Read more

The Fates

The Fates are in charge of the destinies of all beings, including heroines and heroes. The three old women, Lachesis, Clotho, and Atropos, are the string that represents these destinies. One determines the length of life, one spins the string representing life, and one would cut the string when that life was done. The goddesses […] Read more

The Fugitive Movie (1993)

The 1993 action thriller film The Fugitive was based on a 1960s t.v. series created by Roy Huggins. Harrison Ford plays Dr. Richard Kimble who is framed for his wife’s murder and sentenced to death. During a transport bus crash, Dr. Kimble escapes and sets out to clear his name by finding the real killer […] Read more

The God Father

The Godfather was the highest-grossing film of 1972 and for a while, the highest ever made at $250 and $291 million. It was chosen for preservation by the Library of Congress and ranks as the second-best film in America after Citizen Kane. Critics and audiences praised the film and the performances, which launched the acting […] Read more

The Great Clapper Caper

The Great Clapper Caper is a Johnny Carson and Jack Webb skit that has reached classic status. Jack Webb does an imitation of a talking corpse while in character as Dragnet‘s Joe Friday. Somehow, they manage to keep straight faces while discussing clappers stolen from a school bell company by a kleptomaniac named Claud Cooper. […] Read more

The Haunted House of Death

On a picturesque street in New York City stands a house with a dark past. Number 14 West 10th Street is called the House of Death and is famous for being haunted by the ghost of Mark Twain and 21 other spirits. The brownstone was built in the late 1850s and many of New York’s […] Read more

The Honey Baked Ham Bees

I’m a bee. And I’m a bee. And we’re angry! Here’s why. You keep buying Honey Baked Ham cause you love it. Here’s the thing, you talk about the spiral cut, the three generations of traditions, and that’s all fine. Then, you go crazy over the great honey taste. That’s where we have a problem, […] Read more

The Immortals

The 2011 American action-fantasy film stared Henry Cavill (The Witcher), Mickey Rourke, and other A-list actors and was a success at the box office earning over #226 million. The movie uses Greek mythology, Theseus, the Minotaur, the Titanomachy, and the return of the Heraclids to form a plot, and received praise for its visuals more […] Read more

The Indianapolis Speech From Jaws

The Japanese submarine slammed two torpedoes into our side, chief. It was comin’ back, from the island of Tinian to Leyte, just delivered the bomb. The Hiroshima bomb. Eleven hundred men went into the water. The vessel went down in twelve minutes. Didn’t see the first shark for about half an hour. Tiger. Thirteen feet. […] Read more

The Jackass – Mark Twain

In 1828, Andrew Jackson was the democratic candidate for Presidency. His out-spoken, war hero persona led to his opponents referring to him as a jackass. Instead of being offended, Jackson took up the image and made it a symbol for his campaign. He is credited for rebranding the jackass from slow and obstinate to determined, […] Read more