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South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut - Wrong Voice to Wrong Person
After Cartman is scared by Kenny's ghost, and he runs to Stan and Kyle on the bleachers (at the USO show), Stan says "Did you turn off the alarms, Cartman?" in Kyle's voice.
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Count Turd Ferguson on 04-26-2000
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Coop Katty Kat writes:
I'm sorry, but can just say that everyone that commented on this is wrong. Sorry to sound like a crazed fanatic, but I am a big south park and Matt Stone and Trey Parker [the creators of south park], [well put it this way , I think Trey is the most cutest looking guy ever. And matt is really cool]. Trey does the voices of Stan, Cartman, Mr. Garison, Mr. Mackey, Mr Hankey and more. Matt does the voices of Kyle, Kenny, Big Gay Al, Jimbo and more. I can tell you that Kyle has a slighty high pitch than Stan's and there are charatchers in Matt's voice that come though in Kyles voice. And the same with trey in Stans voice. And when Kyle says "Did you shut the alarm off cartman", that is in his own voice.
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TreysHunny writes:
Well actually Stan says "What Cartman?" in Kyles voice. Then Kyle says "Did you turn off the alarm Cartman?"
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Ian the Smegmeister writes:
This also happens during the 'It's Easy, Mm'kay?' song. Kyle shouts "Poo-Head!" in a very squeaky voice.
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DJ Quik Silver writes:
To put it as simple as possible...Kyle has a high-pitched squeaky voice and Stan's voice is high-pitched but somewhat course. It's pretty hard to tell the difference, but yes, this is indeed a Slip-Up.
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Tony RockyHorror writes:
No way, dude...I just watched this on VHS, and Kyle says that line, in his own voice.
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delldude writes:
someguy73 has one right matt stone does kyle and kenny but trey parker does cartman and stan. Just so you know
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Richard Sturtevant writes:
Stan has a more scratchy voice and Kyle has a more high pitched voice. In the scene where Mr.Mackey is teaching the kids not to swear Kyle asks Mr. Mackey the question how are we going to do that in Stans voice.
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someguy73 writes:
give em' a break! mat stone (one of the creators of sotuh park), if I'm correct, does the voices of stan, kyle and cartman, it would be hard for you to if you were trying to be 3 people at once.
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NeuroManson writes:
How can anyone tell? They're all sped up, the only obvious difference is with Cartman and Kenny (the other two regular kid characters)...
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