Stan Freberg

Biography: He joined the Special Services during World War II, and was attached to the Medical Corps. In 1949 he developed the "Time for Beany" puppet series for KTLA in Los Angeles, California, and did voices for UPA cartoon characters and Walt Disney films. In the waning days of network radio, he produced "The Stan Freberg Show", and also wrote radio and television commercials, including one for Butternut Coffee (in 1959) that was performed by the Omaha Symphony Orchestra. His memberships include ASCAP (1959) and the National Society of Art Directors, where he won the Gold Medal. Also, he has won the Grand Prize at the Venice Film Festival. His advertising firm is Freberg, Ltd. in Hollywood. His popular-song compositions include "John and Marsha" (he did both voices), "St. George and the Dragonet", "Little Blue Riding Hood", "Omaha", "Incident at Los Voraces" (Writer's Guild of America award, Comedy Radio Script, 1957-1958), "Green Christmas" and "The United States of America" (VolumesHe joined the Special Services during World War II, and was attached to the Medical Corps. In 1949 he developed the "Time for Beany" puppet series for KTLA in Los Angeles, California, and did voices for UPA cartoon characters and Walt Disney films. In the waning days of network radio, he produced "The Stan Freberg Show", and also wrote radio and television commercials, including one for Butternut Coffee (in 1959) that was performed by the Omaha Symphony Orchestra. His memberships include ASCAP (1959) and the National Society of Art Directors, where he won the Gold Medal. Also, he has won the Grand Prize at the Venice Film Festival. His advertising firm is Freberg, Ltd. in Hollywood. His popular-song compositions include "John and Marsha" (he did both voices), "St. George and the Dragonet", "Little Blue Riding Hood", "Omaha", "Incident at Los Voraces" (Writer's Guild of America award, Comedy Radio Script, 1957-1958), "Green Christmas" and "The United States of America" (Volumes One and Two)". Expand

Stan Freberg's Scores

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Average career score: 61
Highest Metascore: 61 Stuart Little
Lowest Metascore: 61 Stuart Little
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
61 Stuart Little Dec 17, 1999 Race Announcer 6.8