Roger Carel

Roger Carel (born Roger Bancharel; 14 August 1927 – 11 September 2020)[1] was a French actor and voice talent, known for his recurring film roles as Asterix, the French voice of Star Wars' C-3PO, and the French voice of Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, and Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh. He has also dubbed David Suchet as Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie's Poirot. He also voiced Wally Gator, Mickey Mouse, Yogi Bear, Kermit the Frog, Heathcliff, Foghorn Leghorn, ALF and many other famous characters in French. He was born in Paris, France. Carel died in Aigre, Charante at 93.

Roger Carel
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Born
Roger Bancharel

(1927-08-14)14 August 1927
Died11 September 2020(2020-09-11) (aged 93)
OccupationActor, voice talent

FilmographyEdit

Voice animationEdit

Live actionEdit

  • Meeting in Paris (1956) as Le gendarme devant le 'Ritz' (uncredited)
  • L'ami de la famille (1957) as L'accordeur
  • Le triporteur (1957) as Un paysan
  • Incognito (1958) as Un agent
  • Chéri, fais-moi peur (1958) as Kougloff, L'espion russe
  • Le petit prof (1959) as Un employé de mairie
  • Croquemitoufle (1959) as Maurice
  • Auguste (1961) as Albert, le beau-frère
  • L'empire de la nuit (1962)
  • Les Bricoleurs (1963) as Le comte de la Bigle
  • Ophélia (1963) as Worker
  • La foire aux cancres (Chronique d'une année scolaire) (1963) as M. Garrigou
  • La mort d'un tueur (1964) as Le patron du café
  • Dulcinea del Toboso (1964)
  • La grosse caisse (1965) as Souvestre
  • Le Saint prend l'affût (1966) as Le professeur (uncredited)
  • The Two of Us (1967) as Victor
  • The Great Dictator (1940) as Le barbier (dubbed in 1968)
  • Salut Berthe! (1968) as Camberlin
  • A Flea in Her Ear (1968) as M. Plommard
  • Béru et ces dames (1968) as Maximilien Bernal dit 'Max'
  • Clérambard (1969) as Le curé
  • The Brain (1969) as Frankie Scannapieco (voice, uncredited)
  • A Golden Widow (1969) as Aristophane Percankas – un riche armateur grec
  • Et qu'ça saute! (1970) as Fedorovitch
  • On est toujours trop bon avec les femmes (1971) as Frank Dillon
  • Delusions of Grandeur (1971) (uncredited)
  • Le Viager (1972) as La voix du speaker des actualités (voice)
  • Églantine (1972) as Ernest
  • Elle cause plus, elle flingue (1972) as Sammy
  • Le petit poucet (1972) as Récitant / Narrator (voice)
  • Les Charlots font l'Espagne (1972) as Le capitaine du grand voilier (voice, uncredited)
  • Joë petit boum-boum (1973) as Bzz
  • L'Heptaméron (Joyeux compères) (1973) as Maître Bornet
  • The Big Store (1973) as Le commissaire priseur
  • The Holes (1974) as Alberto Sopranelli, le ténor
  • Le plumard en folie (1974) as La voix du lit (voice)
  • Q (1974) as Récitant / Narrator (uncredited)
  • Soldat Duroc, ça va être ta fête! (1975) as Oberst Strumpf
  • Les grands moyens (1976) as Commissaire Honoré Compana
  • La grande récré (1976) as Le pharmacien
  • La grande frime (1977) as Chomer
  • Dis bonjour à la dame!.. (1977) as L'inspecteur des PTT
  • La Gueule de l'autre (1979) as Roland Favereau
  • Les phallocrates (1980) as Le directeur de l'asile
  • Jupiter's Thigh (1980) as Sacharias, le conservateur
  • The Umbrella Coup (1980) as Salvatore Bozzoni
  • Signé Furax (1981) as Grigor Sokolodovenko
  • Le retour des bidasses en folie (1983) as Kolonel von Berg
  • One Deadly Summer (1983) as Henri dit 'Henri IV'
  • Le jeune marié (1983) as M. Santoni, Nina's father
  • Les malheurs d'Octavie (1983) as André Perlin
  • L'émir préfère les blondes (1983) as Sam Moreau
  • Y a-t-il un pirate sur l'antenne? (1983) as Le commissaire Keller
  • Le diable rose (1988) as General Von Goteborg
  • Les Gauloises blondes (1988) as Cuchulain
  • La folle journée ou Le mariage de Figaro (1989) as Don Guzman Brid'Oison
  • Comédie d'amour (1989) as Le docteur
  • 1001 Nights (1990) as The Great Vizier
  • My Man (1996) as Passerby In Hat

BibliographyEdit

  • Carel, Roger; Henri, Marc (1986). J'avoue que j'ai bien ri (Jean-Claude Lattès ed.).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Roger Carel, légende du doublage français, est mort". September 18, 2020 – via Le Monde.

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