W. R. Miller
I've worked primarily in the entertainment industry as an animator, writer and storyboard artist, with two Emmy certificates on The Simpsons. My articles have been published in Starlog, Comics Scene, Comics Buyer’s Guide, Animation Magazine, Animato! and the online Animation World Magazine. I also contributed chapters to Jerry Beck’s The Animated Movie Guide and The Hanna-Barbera Treasury. Works-in-progress: The Justice Dragon; The Star Wars Reference Guide; The Star Wars Historical Sourcebook. Further details are presented at my webpage, http://wrmilleronline.com/about/
In 1965, radio broadcaster Paul Harvey talked about the consequences of passing the 16th Amendment, and more. This recording comes from Bill J. Akers, posted June 22, 2013. A thought-provoking essay:
At his own panel at SacAnime 2019, January 4, Dragon Ball voice actor Seán Schemmel told the fans about his favorite movies. One was Star Wars. “I’m an original Star Wars fan. Like, here’s the cool thing. I’m much older than everybody in here. So, the cool thing is, is just like you guys have […]
Here’s a clip from Dragon Ball Super: Broly–just a taste of the action in the final fourth of the film. Enjoy. Is it any wonder the film earned $7 million in its first night in the U.S.?
By the President of the United States of America. A Proclamation, November 2, 1885. The American people have always abundant cause to be thankful to Almighty God, whose watchful care and guiding hand have been manifested in every stage of their national life, guarding and protecting them in time of peril and safety leading them […]
Here’s a compilation of scenes from the motion picture Lensman (1984), featuring the dragon Lensman Worsel, helping Kimball Kinneson against the fiendish Boskone and their allies. Check it out:
John Williams has composed a score for the new Star Wars attraction, Galaxy’s Edge, at Disney Theme Parks. Can you believe it? Here it is: Uploaded by Disney Parks, November 17, 2018.
United States. Continental Congress. Recommendation of a day of Thanksgiving. November 1, 1777. “Forasmuch as it is the indispensable duty of all men to adore the superintending providence of Almighty God; to acknowledge with gratitude their obligation to him for benefits received, and to implore such farther blessings as they stand in need of; and […]
In the United Kingdom on January 11, 1978, BBC2 TV series Arena broadcasts the episode “Cinema: The Force is with Us?” from 10:10 p.m. to 10:40 p.m., produced and presented by Gavin Millar. Interviewed are Gary Kurtz, Mark Hamill, and John Barry in London. On October 30, 2018, Declan McAfferty uploaded the program to YouTube. […]
Today voice actress Katie Leigh dropped by my place to pick up her copy of my new book, The Animated Voice, Volume One. Yes, she is featured in a chapter, from an interview I did with her in Torrance last year. During her visit she did a Facebook Live interview, which you can see here:
On July 11 this year, voice actress Monica Rial announced a giveaway on social media, in which the winner was announced on July 18. Who was the grand prize winner? Despite the odds, it was … me. Here’s the package: This is what was inside: A plethora of characters she voices is displayed on various […]