Roger Ebert Recruits High-Powered People For Voice-Overs On New Show

CHICAGO — Roger Ebert has enlisted some high-powered stand-ins to do voice-overs for his new TV show while finishing touches are made to his customized electronic voice.Famed director Werner Herzog’s German-accented voice read the scri…

CHICAGO — Roger Ebert has enlisted some high-powered stand-ins to do voice-overs for his new TV show while finishing touches are made to his customized electronic voice.

Famed director Werner Herzog’s German-accented voice read the script for a review of the film “My Dog Tulip” while Ebert typed during the show’s debut Jan. 21 episode. On Friday, it would be famed newsman Bill Kurtis’ voice filling in.

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