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Vintage British English Voiceover of the 1920s, '30s, '40s, or '50s

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Description

Do you need a rather talented British male voiceover artist with an old-fashioned British accent from the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s or 1950s? I can provide a cracking (or crackling!) good recording in the dramatic retro vintage style of Pathe News, or something more amusing if that is your desire.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Senior (55+)

Accents

British

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
For five days, Britain and indeed the world turned to Farnborough. And we marvelled at what we heard and saw. But those who watched during those five days could never know the feelings of those men whose job it was to take an aircraft through the sound barrier again and again. And perhaps as we thrill to their daring, we almost forgot that on each and every flight, death flew alongside them.

Oh, my ears and whiskers I'm late! I'm late for a very important date! No time to say hello, Goodbye! I'm late! I'm late!! I'm late!!! Time, no time. I have no time! I'm late, late, late and lost, lost, lost!!!

Wooster: "I say I say you're engaged."
Jeeves: "Thank you, sir. My name is Jeeves."
Wooster: "I say Jeeves! What an extraordinary talent!"
Jeeves: "Thank you, sir."
Wooster: "Couldn't inquire what...?"
Jeeves: "I'm sorry, sir."
Wooster: "No, no, of course. Of course not."
Jeeves: "I'm not at liberty to divulge the ingredients, sir."
Wooster: "No, no, of course. Secrets of the guild and all that?"
Jeeves: "Precisely, sir."

There's been an accident, they said.
Your servant's cut in half. He's dead.
Then Mr Jones said:
"If you please, bring me the half that's got my keys"