Bumblebee's Voice

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  1. PrimesRule

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    Transformers (2007): He only speaks once using his actual voice.

    Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (2009): He never speaks, only through his radio.

    Transformers: Dark Of The Moon (2011):
    Line 1: Sam, that makes me feel bad.
    Line 2: We're gonna do everything we can... Try to make it like it was. You will always be my friend, Sam. I gotta be going on.
    Line 3: Good bye, my old friend.
    Line 4: Get off me!
    Line 5: We've had a hell of a run.
    Line 6: I was just trying to help out.

    DOTM: Real voice or radio chatter? Sure sounds like Mark Ryan to me.
     
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    It's radio chatter through out DOTM.
     
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    Radio, Mark had no role in the film, but he does move his mouth when he says Sam
     
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    Really? Sounds too accurate unlike the garbled radio chatter he used in ROTF.
     
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    His voice changes completely in the same line. And if it was Mark Ryan he'd have an acting credit.

    And Mark Ryan is British, In the first film he sounded English. In DOTM, he sounded American with different accents through out. Huge difference in voices.
     

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