FRANK'S FILMOGRAPHY (E-F-G)

Filmography is incomplete and may contain a few inaccuracies.
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"Elvira - Mistress of the Dark" (1988)instock
Live Action Film
Gonk (Elvira's dog)

EPCOT Center: Duck Window (1999)
Theme Park Attraction
Gyro Gearloose (voice)

Explorers
"Explorers" (1985)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
In their homemade laboratory, three young boys create an interplanetary spacecraft.



"Extreme Ghostbusters" (1997)
Animated Series
Ray Stantz (episode: "Back In The Saddle - Parts 1 and 2")



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"Faeries" (1981)
Animated Film
Puck; Fir Darrig; Trow; Hunter
Description:
At the request of the Faerie King, a young mortal embarks on a perilous quest to destroy an evil shadow capable of enslaving all who live in Faerie Land.

"Fall Out" (1997)
Video Game
Maxson

"Family Guy" (1999)
Animated Series
Freddy on Scooby-Doo spoof (episode: "Death Has A Shadow" # 1.1 - 4/4/1999)

"Fangface" (1978)
Animated Series
Cast:
Fangface/Fangpuss - Frank Welker
Biff - Jerry Dexter
Puggsy - Bart Braverman
Kim - Susan Blu
In 1979, Frank and Jerry trade roles.
"Fangface II Spooky Spoofs" (1978)

"Fantasy Island" (1998)
TV Series
parrot

"Far From Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog" (1994)instock
Live Action Film
Yellow Dog

"First Impressions" (1988)
TV Show
Sketch roles

"Fish Police" (1992)
Animated Series
Mussles Marinara; Doc Croaker
Began 2/28/92. Ended 3/13/92. (3 episodes)
Based on the comic book created by Steve Moncuse.

"The Fisherman" (1999)
Short (TV)
Jeanito

"Flintstones Bowling" (1999)
CD-ROM Game
Dino; Barney Rubble

"A Flintstone Christmas Carol" (1994)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Barney Rubble; Dino

"A Flintstone Family Christmas" (1993)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Barney Rubble; Dino

"The Flintstones Comedy Show" (1980)
Animated Series
Shmoo, Rockjaw in "Frankenstones" segments

"The Flintstones: Jogging Fever" (1980)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Creeply; Announcer

"The Flintstone Kids" (1986 - 1988)
Animated Series
Nate Slate; Fang (sabertoothed kitten); Stalagbite

Flintstone
"Flintstone Kids Just Say 'No'" (1988)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Dino; Fang; Crusher
Description:
A special program that entertains and educates kids to stay away from drugs.



The
"The Flintstones Little Big League" (1977)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Bamm-Bamm
Description:
In their first feature length cartoon, Fred and Barney go to bat as coaches of opposing little league teams.


"The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone"
a.k.a. "The Flintstones New Neighbors" (1980)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Creeply; mother pterodactyl; baby pterodactyls
Description:
When Fred wins a romantic vacation for two to the gloomy castle of Count Rockula, he doesn't expect the count himself to fall in love with Wilma and enlist his monster Frankenstone to bring him his kidnapped bride.

"The Flintstones: Wind-up Wilma" (1981)
Animated "Flintstones" TV Special
Creeply; bird #2; Finrock

"Fonz and the Happy Days Gang" (1980)
Animated Series
Mr. Cool
Henry Winkler (Fonz), Ron Howard (Richie), and Donny Most (Ralph), the series regulars were joined by a dog, Mr. Cool (Frank Welker), and an alien girl, Cupcake (DiDi Conn).
The premise: They all travel through history in a time machine trying to get back to 1957 Milwaukee. Began on 11/8/80 and ran 'til 9/18/82. Then the Fonz and Mr. Cool join the Army and the cast of "Laverne And Shirley In The Army", with Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, which begun 10/10/81, was renamed "Laverne And Shirley With The Fonz" and ran 'til 9/3/83. Around the same time Hanna-Barbera / Ruby-Spears also created a Mork And Mindy cartoon with Mork as a high school student.

"Foofur" (1986)
Animated Series
Foofur

Foofur

"Foofur - Furry Tails Can Come True" (1989)instock
Description:
America's reigning cats and dogs are back in a whole new adventure. Join your furry friends and their feisty foes in a tale full of hilariously sidesplitting surprises.



Foofur

"Foofur - More Amazing Tails" (1988)instock
Description:
That warm hearted hound dog and his mischievous friends are at it again so watch out, because before these funny folks are through, you will be rolling over with laughter, sitting up with attention, and begging for more.


Foofur

"Foofur" (1988)
Description:
Enjoy the crazy antics of Foofur, a warm-hearted hound dog, who inherits a home and finds himself landlord and referee to a motley collection of dogs, cats and mischievous rats.



"Foofur and His Friends" (1986)instock
Description:
The blue hound-dog landlord returns with a bunch of furry friends learning about truth, justice and honesty.

Foofur

"Foofur - He Ain't Nothin' But a Hound Dog!" (1986)instock
Description:
Foofur and his fellow pooches solve one doggy dilemma after another, in the comical Foofur style. Contains 8 episodes.



Foofur

"Foofur - Legal Beagles" instock
Description:
The furry friends have a tale to tell you in this adventure.




Foofur

"Foofur - Fencer's Freaky Friday" instock
Description:
That hound dog and his buddies are out for some more fun, freaky fun that is.




Foofur

"Foofur - A Bow-Wow of a Time"
Description:
Foofur and his loveable gang of furry freeloaders once again prove it's a dog's life in these stories.




"Forget Paris" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
coughing man

"Freakazoid!" (1995)
Animated Series
Mr. Chubbikins; Gulliver; The President
-additional voices-
Cobra Queen's Snakes; Fred the Guard in episode: "Toby Danger"
Foamy the Freakadog in episode: "Foamy the Freakadog" (# 1.5) 10/7/1995

"Fred & Barney Meet The Shmoo" (1979)
Animated Series

"Free Willy II" (1995)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Willy

"Friz Freleng's Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie" (1981)
Animated Film
Dog

"Futurama" (1999)
Animated Series
Monster; parrot; monkey; goat; Groveling Robot; chihuahua; Alien doctor; Nibbler
You can tell for sure that on his planet, when he was Lord Nibbler and spoke in "Human," it was Frank. There's some debate as to whether or not Billy West was Nibbler some of the time, as well, because there have been many episodes with Nibbler in them in which Frank's name is not in the credits. I finally decided to ask Frank about this. I'll post his reply as soon as I have it!

"Futurama: Bender's Big Score" (2007)
Animated, Direct to Video
Nibbler; Additional Voices



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"Gadget's Greatest Gadgets" (1999)
Animated Video
Dr. Claw; MAD Cat; Brain




"Galtar and the Golden Lance" (1985)
Animated Series
Tuk; Thork; Koda

"Garfield and Friends / "U.S. Acres" (1988)
Animated Series
Bo; Booker; Sheldon; Fred Duck; Mort (Orson Pig's shortest brother)
-additional voices-
Melvin; Edward R. Furrow; Professor Garbanzo Bean; Parrot (does impressions); The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster; Newton; Elvis; Pet show host; Announcer for the Orson Awards; griffin in "U.S. Acres" episode: "Hamelot"

"Gargoyles" (1994)
a.k.a. "Disney's Gargoyles"
Animated Series
Bronx
-additional voices-
Banquo (voice) in episode: "Sanctuary" (# 2.29) 12/18/1995; Gilgamesh (dog); Cagney (cat); Boudicca; Polar Bear; Alexander; Raptor; Kiron

"Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles" (1996)
Animated Series
Bronx

Gargoyles, "Gargoyles, The Movie: The Heroes Awaken" (1994)
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Bronx
Description:
The origin of the Gargoyles from their beginnings as guardians of a Scottish castle, to their betrayal and subsequent curse to be frozen in stone. When an American tycoon buys the castle and has it moved to the top of his skyscraper the curse is broken and once again they roam the night fighting evil.

George "George of the Jungle" (1997)instock
Live Action Film
Little Monkey; Shep (big, gray, peanut-loving poochie!); Tookie (bird)
Description:
The clumsy ape man from Jay Ward's 1967 television cartoon takes on a jungle of another kind in live-action when he follows a visiting San Francisco resident back to the City by the Bay. There aren't as many trees, but he somehow manages to find plenty of other things to crash into--not the least of which are modern society's social norms.

Monkey George Romero's "Monkey Shines" (1988)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
After a car accident leaves him a quadriplegic, Allan Mann receives a capuchin monkey that has been made superintelligent through injections of human brain cells and has been trained to care for human beings. Something goes wrong, however, and the monkey begins to act out Allan's most secret, vengeful thoughts.

"The Get-Along Gang" (1983/84)
Animated Series
-additional voices-
Breaker Turtle

"Gift of the Magi" (1999)
Animated Video
Figaro

"G.I. Joe" (1985)
Animated Series
Torch; Wild Bill; Polly; Junkyard; Short Fuse

"Glo Friends" (1986)
Animated Series
-additional voices-

"The Glo Friends Save Christmas" (1985)instock
Animated TV Special
-additional voices-
Description:
A fully-animated children's special based on the successful Hasbro soft toys. Shuttlebug, Dragonflyer, Glocricket and the rest of the Glo Friends must come to the rescue when Blanche, the wicked witch of the North Pole, sets out to ruin Christmas.

"Gobots - Battle of the Rock Lords" (1986)
Animated Film
Scooter; Zeemon; Res-Q; Pulver-Eyes; Sticks; Narliphant

"Godzilla" (1998) instock
Live Action Film
Godzilla babies; creature sounds
Frank Welker and Gary Hecker
Description:
Nuclear testing once again awakens the green behemoth. Godzilla demolishes large portions of New York City... then the U.S. Army destroys even larger portions of NYC!

The "The Golden Child" (1986)instock
Live Action Film
The Thing
An innocent-minded young man, "Chan" Jarrell, is told by an exotic foreign woman that his destiny is to save "the golden child," a boy with mystical powers who has been kidnapped by an evil cult. Chan ad libs his way to the rescue.
A comely young Tibetan woman hires a street-wise Los Angeles social worker to help her find an angelic child who's been kidnapped by demonic forces.

"The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound" (1988)
Animated TV Special
Judge Flopner; Horse; Chef; Race Track Announcer; Mission Control

"Goof Troop" (1992)
a.k.a. "Disney's Goof Troop"
Animated Series
Waffles (cat); Chainsaw (dog); Sparky in episode: "The Incredible Bulk"; Optometrist in episode: "Gunfight at Okie Doke Corral"; General Patent Leather Goof in episode: "Calling All Goofs"

A "A Goofy Movie" (1995)instock
Animated Film
Bigfoot
"A Goofy Movie" is full of laughs and silly mishaps. Goofy takes his teenage son Max out in the woods for some fishing, so they can spend more time together. They have a narrow escape when they cross paths with Bigfoot!
Max has other ideas: he wants to go to L.A. to see a rock concert so he gets Goofy to hit the road and they travel all the way from the forest to backstage... in the goofiest way possible, of course!

"Gordy" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Gordy; Narrator; Radio announcer

Greatest "Greatest Adventure Stories From the Bible - Daniel and the Lion's Den" (1986)instock
Animated Film
Fang
This animated video brings to life the Biblical story of Daniel, whose intelligence and high morals earn him a number of admirers. However, these qualities also cause jealousy among his detractors, who arrange to have him arrested and tossed into a den of lions. The only thing that can save Daniel is his faith in God -- and that is all the help he'll need. Gavin MacLeod lends his voice to this tale.

Gremlins "Gremlins" (1984)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Stripe
Description:
A young man receives an unusual Christmas gift - a cute, fuzzy little Gremlin. When he breaks the rules and feeds the cuddly Gremlin after midnight, it produces nasty Gremlins. Really nasty.


Gremlins "Gremlins 2 - The New Batch" (1990)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Mohawk
Description:
The town sweethearts have moved on to the big city, landed jobs in a high-tech office park and have met up with gizmo once again. When a series of accidents creates a whole new generation of Gremlins, the three pals must use everything they know to prevent another comic catastrophe.

The "The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag" (1992)instock
Live Action Film
Scarlet
Description:
Betty Lou, a mousy, small-town librarian who is being ignored by her detective-husband, stumbles upon a handgun and finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation. Not taken seriously by her family and friends, she confesses to the crime and uses it as an opportunity to transform her life. "That felt good." -- Betty Lou to Beaudeen, after she has shot him.



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