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Voice actress Pat Musick began her career in 1981 in the film "The Loch Ness Horror," but soon found her grounding as a voice actress on the "Smurfs" cartoon series, where she played Snappy Smurf. In 1986, Musick voiced Tony Toponi in the Don Bluth animated film "An American Tail," and she did a voice in 1987 for the notoriously awful cult show "Small Wonder." In 1987, Musick contributed two voices to the series "DuckTales," and she also lent her voice talents to some "Scooby-Doo" television movies. Musick provided numerous additional voices for the show "Where's Waldo?" from 1991 to 1992, and she went in front of the camera for a single episode of the Aaron Spelling teen series "Beverly Hills, 90210" in 1995. Musick did 40 episodes of voice work for the show "Extreme Ghostbusters," and she returned to Tony Toponi for "An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster" in 1999.

Voice actress Pat Musick began her career in 1981 in the film "The Loch Ness Horror," but soon found her grounding as a voice actress on the "Smurfs" cartoon series, where she played Snappy Smurf. In 1986, Musick voiced Tony Toponi in the Don Bluth animated film "An American Tail," and she did a voice in 1987 for the notoriously awful cult show "Small Wonder." In 1987, Musick contributed two voices to the series "DuckTales," and she also lent her voice talents to some "Scooby-Doo" television movies. Musick provided numerous additional voices for the show "Where's Waldo?" from 1991 to 1992, and she went in front of the camera for a single episode of the Aaron Spelling teen series "Beverly Hills, 90210" in 1995. Musick did 40 episodes of voice work for the show "Extreme Ghostbusters," and she returned to Tony Toponi for "An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster" in 1999.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Face to Die For, A (1996) Mrs Anderson
2.
 Pebble and the Penguin, The (1995) Voice Of Chinstrap 1; Voice Of Pola
3.
 Thumbelina (1994) Voice Of Mrs Rabbit
4.
 Armed and Innocent (1994) Janice Fowler
6.
 Side By Side (1988) Secretary
7.
 American Tail, An (1986) Voice Of Tony Toponi
8.
 Mummy Dearest (1989) Snappy
9.
 Fish Called Snappy, A (1989) Snappy
10.
 Imperial Panda-Monium (1989) Snappy
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