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  • Narrator - postać występująca we wszystkich częściach gier z Reksiem. Pełni rolę komentatora gry.
  • Narrators are commonly used in both Super Sentai and Power Rangers.
  • The Narrator, voiced by Ron Howard, narrates the events of Arrested Development from a third-person perspective. Ron Howard is not directly credited for the role, but he does voice the narrator in all 68 episodes.
  • A narrator is, within any story, the fictional or non-fictional, personal or impersonal entity who tells the story to the audience. This list showed the narrators in the Metal Hero Series.
  • I know you are shaking your head, but you see I am making you shake it. You're breaking the Fourth Wall now, realizing you are a work of fiction, making you a weird Avant-Garde work of art. Since you just broke reality, look out for unicorns, surrealism and trippy Pink Floyd bullshit coming.
  • A narrator is a voice-over character in The Wiggles whether it's male or female.
  • Narrator is an Occupation listed under Other Crew.
  • Many stories of the Carcosa Mythos feature unnamed narrators such as: * The Narrator (In the Court of the Dragon). * Two different ones in The Unmasking. * The insane narrator of Sins of the City. * The narrator of The Purple Emperor. * The narrator of Dark Tower Dream.
  • Narrator is the minor character of Rugrats that he is voiced by Tony Jay.
  • Narrator is a race of creature in the Fire Civilization.
  • This is the Narrator of the play, Norgu's Nightfall. A full transcript of dialog can be found there.
  • The narrator was a minor character in Season One. He made his first appearance in Episode Two. In Episode 46, he's shown on camera, trying to convince new fans that they should watch all the previous things before starting with Season 4, but he is interrupted and insulted by Wario. The narrator is played by Rich Alvarez.
  • Narrator – osoba relacjonująca wydarzenia w Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT i Dragon Ball Kai. Można go usłyszeć zazwyczaj na początku i pod koniec odcinka. Rzadko wypowiada się w środku odcinka.
  • The narrator of a story is the entity telling the story (creating the narative). Sometimes in fiction, the narrator is one of the fictional characters. The narrator should not be confused with the author even when they both have the same name, as happens in some of Jorge Luis Borges' tales. The narrator, no matter how real he or she might seem, is always a literary construction, while the author is a flesh and blood person in the real world.
  • The Narrator is a ever present character and pun master in the series. Its purpose is to describe the thoughts of the hero and others, and describe explain and poke fun of things that are seen in the world. Perhaps even at times breaking the fourth wall with the character. The Narrator has only ever been portrayed by an actor once: By John Rhys-Davies of Indiana Jones fame.
  • The narrator of Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout Tactics is actor Ron Perlman who is most famous for his roles in Hellboy, Sons of Anarchy and Drive. The only game in the series which Perlman did not provide his voice for was Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel where Tony Jay (voice actor for the Lieutenant from Fallout) narrated the introduction instead. Perlman's narration is most memorable for the quote, 'War... War never changes'. In Fallout 4, the narrative voices are provided by the Sole Survivor's male and female voice actors, Brian T. Delaney (intro and male character endings) and Courtenay Taylor (female character endings only).
  • The Narrator (ナレータ, Narēta) narrates the story.
  • The Narrator is the main character in The War of the Worlds novel, as well as several of its adaptations, although the role of the narrator and that of the protagonist are not always represented as the same person in these incarnations. The Narrator may - or may not - be a fictionalised version of H.G. Wells.
  • The Narrator is a semi-character that appears in the Wizard and the Princess (Adventure in Serenia) and the King's Quest games from King's Quest 1-6 and KQ1 remake (and by extension King's Questisons).
  • A Narrator is, within any story, the fictional or non-fictional, personal or impersonal entity who tells the story to the audience. This list showed the narrators in the Kamen Rider Series.
  • The Narrator is a third person character in the Pokémon anime. He has been in almost every episode and movie throught the whole series. The narrator usually speaks at the beginning and ending of each episode. In the beginning of an episode he usually informs the audience of what Ash Ketchum and his friends are doing or where they're heading. Sometimes he'll even explain what they did in the previous episode. He would usually conclude the episode with what Ash and company had learned during the episode or say what they were planning to do next. In movies, he usually is only heard at the beginning giving an overview of the Pokémon world.
  • The Narrator is an off-screen character, featured in several Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. Most of these narrated cartoons are narrated by Robert C. Bruce.
  • The narrator is a voice-only character who appears twice in the Death Note series.
  • Narrator (real name unknown) is a supervillain. He is a Telepath that controls the minds of his victims, forcing them to act out the parts of scenes of a movie while he records them. At some point he fought and killed Protagonist.
  • The Narrator is a persona in Little Britain. He is voiced by Tom Baker.
  • The Narrator of a play is a character who tells the story of the play. Narrator may also refer to... * Narrator - a character in the play A Christmas Carol. * Narrator - a character in the musical Into the Woods. * Leading Player - the narrator for the musical Pippin. * The Narrator - the narrator of the play The Haunting of a House.
  • The Narrator talks about each topic at the begining and end of every Mr. Men Show episode.The narrator is Simon Callow
  • The Narrator is a new character in Season 2 who guides the audience. He introduces characters and seems to not really care for his work, saying that he still gets paid no matter what happens. He doesn't care about the characters, and constantly expresses ignorance, saying that Pakkery delivers messages to people "apparently. I dunno, I just read the script." He seems to think, or would like to think, he sounds richous. However, Princess H may have annihilated his self-esteem, as shown with the quote "Oh, but you'd never ask me. We never talk any more! You're always with him now! You don't deserve me! (...in bed) WHO SAID THAT?!?!?!"
  • The Narrator (ナレーター) is a character of the anime Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. In the manga, he is replaced by information blocks. In the anime he remains unseen for the most part.
  • There are a few narrators on Captain N: The Game Master.
  • The narrator is the person describing the events. The GM is the primary narrator in a traditional game. However, a player narrates when they say, "I cut off his head." The right to make decisions what events will be narrated is called the authorial privilege.
  • The Narrator is an unseen character in The Nightmare Before Christmas, and it's sequel, Oogie's Revenge. The Narrator is first seen in The Nightmare Before Christmas, in the intro to the film before This is Halloween. In rhyme, he introduces us to the concept of the Holiday Worlds, as we see the individual Holiday Doors in the Hinterlands. It is unknown as to whether or not The Narrator is actually Sandy Claws, as both characters share the same voice actor, Ed Ivory, and in a cut closing to the film, Sandy Claws is the one providing the closing narration.
  • Narrator Gender Species Relatives Born Died Cause of death Original actor The Narrator (or "Criminologist" in films) is a character from the musical "The Rocky Horror Show" and subsequent productions since 1973, from the 1975 movie, and the reimagining movie of 2016. He is minor character, but he's an expert and tells the story of Brad and Janet to the audience. He also sings in some songs.
  • The Narrator, alternatively called the Announcer, refers to anyone who narrates Superman's adventures through dialogue. The tradition began on the radio show and continued with TV's Adventures of Superman and other productions (particularly in animation), as well as children's records. On TV's Adventures of Superman, Bill Kennedy voiced the opening intro and, on rare occasions, supplied narration within episodes. However, Jack Narz (who narrated the "pilot" movie Superman and the Mole Men) narrated the origin episode, "Superman on Earth."
  • In Police Quest 1 EGA and Police Quest 2 the narrator is less serious than it turns out to be in the later darker games in the series (and the Police Quest 1 remake). Like other classic Sierra games of the EGA era, the narrator is not shy from being snarky or cracking jokes at the player's expense. Especially for the games many deaths. The narrator of the first two games (and in the game itself) is not shy from breaking the fourth wall, and allowing the player to contact characters such as Al Lowe over the phone, as well encountering or reading about a number of crossover characters from other Sierra games.
  • The Narrator, true to form, narrates the events that transpire in Trapped in the Closet. The Narrator is a Greek Chorus-type character who never interacts with any of the other characters, save for a scene in chapter 14 when Roxanne accidentally knocks a cigar out of his mouth. He is always shown wearing an expensive suit, much like many other characters. Physically, The Narrator is portrayed by R. Kelly, who also physically portrays Sylvester, Randolph, Reverend Mosley, Pimp Luscious, Dr. William T. Perry, and Beeno.
  • I am the Narrator. You don't know it, but I control your life. If you delete this, I will be the one who will haunt you. I will write your destiny and turn you into a mollusc or other squishy animal. That's Right. Where will your admin privileges get you then hmmmm... Mwahahahaha! I can do things that will make your skin stand on end, your hair get covered in pimples and your IQ to drop below your average creationist. Scared? You should be. As I narrate your entire life! Mwahahahahahahahaha! I will force you to send money. Send money... Wait... Wait... Wait for it... Huh...I'm rubbish at this job
  • The Narrator is the storyteller of The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, in the two first films, Ardeth Bay is the narrator, and in the third film, Zi Yuan is the narrator.
  • Narration in cartoons from the Super Friends Universe wasn't a rare thing. Even in the Superman theatrical cartoons, there was occasional narration. By the sixties this was common on the Filmation cartoons, and Jackson Beck narrated episodes of The New Adventures of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. The role was quickly taken over by Ted Knight, who would voice the narrator throughout the rest of the sixties Filmation cartoons, and would even carry the role over to the Super Friends in 1973.
  • Every episode of Dark Shadows begins with a voice-over introduction, or opening narration, read by a member of the cast. The narration may provide a brief synopsis of the story thus far, or, as in many of the early episodes, simply set a mood, without giving any specifics about the ongoing story. The cast member reading the introduction, the narrator, is in most cases someone who appears in that episode. Accompanying the narration is composer Robert Cobert's incidental music piece, "Cue 76: Show Sub-Theme". (Entitled "Collinwood" on some soundtrack albums.)
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  • I'm drunk and what is this?
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  • Did I narrate this?
  • narrates the story of the Bluth family
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  • Jackson Beck ; see [[#Appearances
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  • Omniscient storytelling, an authoritative voice
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  • Hendrik Stikan
  • Thomas Balou Martin
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  • Hideyuki Umezu
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  • Richard Burton recording his narration for Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds
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  • Kyle Hebert
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  • The Narrator, alternatively called the Announcer, refers to anyone who narrates Superman's adventures through dialogue. The tradition began on the radio show and continued with TV's Adventures of Superman and other productions (particularly in animation), as well as children's records. On radio, while a thus far unidentified performer narrated the syndicated seasons, when the series moved to the Mutual Network in 1942, the initial narrator was George Lowther, who was also director and writer on the series. In 1943, when Lowther's other chores became too demanding, busy radio actor Jackson Beck (who had previously played the occasional bit part on the series) took over. Beck would become the narrator most associated with Superman, continuing with the series until 1950 and later reprising the role on records and for Filmation's animated series The New Adventures of Superman. On TV's Adventures of Superman, Bill Kennedy voiced the opening intro and, on rare occasions, supplied narration within episodes. However, Jack Narz (who narrated the "pilot" movie Superman and the Mole Men) narrated the origin episode, "Superman on Earth."
  • Narrator - postać występująca we wszystkich częściach gier z Reksiem. Pełni rolę komentatora gry.
  • Narrators are commonly used in both Super Sentai and Power Rangers.
  • The Narrator is an unseen character in The Nightmare Before Christmas, and it's sequel, Oogie's Revenge. The Narrator is first seen in The Nightmare Before Christmas, in the intro to the film before This is Halloween. In rhyme, he introduces us to the concept of the Holiday Worlds, as we see the individual Holiday Doors in the Hinterlands. It is unknown as to whether or not The Narrator is actually Sandy Claws, as both characters share the same voice actor, Ed Ivory, and in a cut closing to the film, Sandy Claws is the one providing the closing narration. In the sequel to The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge; The Narrator returns, filling the same purpose as he did in the film. He provides the same narration that he gave in the film, and again segways into This is Halloween.
  • Narrator Gender Species Relatives Born Died Cause of death Original actor The Narrator (or "Criminologist" in films) is a character from the musical "The Rocky Horror Show" and subsequent productions since 1973, from the 1975 movie, and the reimagining movie of 2016. He is minor character, but he's an expert and tells the story of Brad and Janet to the audience. He also sings in some songs. This character was originally played by Jonathan Adams in 1973, by Graham Jarvis in the first american production (Roxy) in 1974, and the Broadway production of 1975, by Charles Gray in the movie of the same year, by different guests in the movie of the live production in 2015, and by Tim Curry in the 2016 reimagining movie.
  • The Narrator, voiced by Ron Howard, narrates the events of Arrested Development from a third-person perspective. Ron Howard is not directly credited for the role, but he does voice the narrator in all 68 episodes.
  • A narrator is, within any story, the fictional or non-fictional, personal or impersonal entity who tells the story to the audience. This list showed the narrators in the Metal Hero Series.
  • Every episode of Dark Shadows begins with a voice-over introduction, or opening narration, read by a member of the cast. The narration may provide a brief synopsis of the story thus far, or, as in many of the early episodes, simply set a mood, without giving any specifics about the ongoing story. The cast member reading the introduction, the narrator, is in most cases someone who appears in that episode. Accompanying the narration is composer Robert Cobert's incidental music piece, "Cue 76: Show Sub-Theme". (Entitled "Collinwood" on some soundtrack albums.) In the first 270 episodes (1-274) the narrator is always Alexandra Moltke, who reads the narration in character as Victoria Winters, beginning every episode with the statement, "My name is Victoria Winters." In these first 270 episodes she is even the narrator in episodes in which she does not appear. This changes beginning with episode 275, in which Nancy Barrett is the narrator. At this point in the series, the vampire Barnabas Collins, who was originally supposed to appear in a 13 week storyline which would end with his destruction, presumably by a wooden stake driven through his heart, has, thanks to his unexpected popularity, become a permanent part of the show and has replaced Victoria Winters as the main character. Since Dark Shadows is no longer the story of Victoria Winters, it is no longer necessary for Alexandra Moltke's character to introduce every episode. From now on, when Moltke does not appear in an episode, someone else will be the narrator. Moltke is also absent from 276, which is narrated by Kathryn Leigh Scott. The next two episodes without Moltke, 291 and 296, are narrated by Grayson Hall. Then Kathryn Leigh Scott narrates her second episode, 297, and Grayson Hall narrates 305, etc. Also beginning with 275, the opening narrations are not in character, but are in the third person. Barrett, for example, does not introduce the show as Carolyn Stoddard. This includes Moltke's narrations. When Moltke returns as narrator in 277, she does not begin by saying, "My name is Victoria Winters," but is also a third person narrator. The next change occurs in 332. Although Moltke appears in this episode, she is not the narrator, Grayson Hall is. From now on, Moltke is no longer the show's main narrator, but simply shares rotating narrator duties with other cast members. From 332 through her final episode, 627, Moltke narrates 73 episodes, which is still more than any of her fellow cast members. The total number of episodes narrated by Moltke is 381 (270 as Victoria Winters and 111 in the third person), which is more than any other cast member. Grayson Hall ranks second with 159, followed by Nancy Barrett with 118, Kathryn Leigh Scott with 80, Joan Bennett with 76, and Lara Parker with 69. (Everyone else has less than 50.) For a time the narrator is always a woman. (This results in Vala Clifton, an actress who appears in only three Dark Shadows episodes, having to narrate two of these episodes because she is the only woman in them.) 459 is the first episode narrated by a man, Thayer David. In this episode, the only woman is Rebecca Shaw, who only appears in this one episode, as an unnamed barmaid. Rather than let a "day player" narrate the episode, the task is given to one the the male actors. The second episode with a male narrator, also Thayer David, is 527. Alexandra Moltke is also in this episode, so this time the role of narrator is not given to a man out of necessity. Although from now on men will also take turns as narrator, the majority of episodes will still be narrated by women. Only 264 of the 705 episodes from 527 through 1245 have male narrators. The man who narrates the most episodes is David Selby, with 47 (putting him in 7th place after Alexandra Moltke, Grayson Hall, Nancy Barrett, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Joan Bennett and Lara Parker), closely followed by Thayer David with 46, then Louis Edmonds with 33, and John Karlen with 25. (Every other man has less than 20.) 1219 is one of two episodes with two different narrators. The videotape of 1219 has been lost, and no kinescope copy exists, so the episode had to be reconstructed from a fan's audio recording and from stills from other episodes. New footage was added of Lara Parker, who hosts the episode. In an introduction she explains the reconstruction process and, because of the audio recording's poor quality, provides a running synopsis throughout the episode. The fan's audio recording begins in the middle of actor Keith Prentice's opening narration. Because the original narration is incomplete, it is unheard in the reconstruction. Instead, Lara Parker reads the opening narration. (The script for the episode has also survived.) The final episode, 1245, also has two narrators. The show begins with Grayson Hall reading the opening narration and concludes with Thayer David reading a closing narration. 1245 is the only episode with a closing narration. The episode with the longest opening narration is 461. In every episode the narration is heard during the "teaser" sequence which precedes the opening title. 461 is the only episode in which the narration briefly resumes after the opening title. Narration is also used in the 1991 revival series, the unaired 2004 WB pilot, the 2012 Tim Burton film, and the Big Finish audio dramas. Following is a list of cast members who have served as narrator in the original series. It is in chronological order, according to the first episode narrated by the cast member.
  • I know you are shaking your head, but you see I am making you shake it. You're breaking the Fourth Wall now, realizing you are a work of fiction, making you a weird Avant-Garde work of art. Since you just broke reality, look out for unicorns, surrealism and trippy Pink Floyd bullshit coming.
  • A narrator is a voice-over character in The Wiggles whether it's male or female.
  • Narrator is an Occupation listed under Other Crew.
  • Many stories of the Carcosa Mythos feature unnamed narrators such as: * The Narrator (In the Court of the Dragon). * Two different ones in The Unmasking. * The insane narrator of Sins of the City. * The narrator of The Purple Emperor. * The narrator of Dark Tower Dream.
  • Narrator is the minor character of Rugrats that he is voiced by Tony Jay.
  • Narrator is a race of creature in the Fire Civilization.
  • This is the Narrator of the play, Norgu's Nightfall. A full transcript of dialog can be found there.
  • In Police Quest 1 EGA and Police Quest 2 the narrator is less serious than it turns out to be in the later darker games in the series (and the Police Quest 1 remake). Like other classic Sierra games of the EGA era, the narrator is not shy from being snarky or cracking jokes at the player's expense. Especially for the games many deaths. The narrator of the first two games (and in the game itself) is not shy from breaking the fourth wall, and allowing the player to contact characters such as Al Lowe over the phone, as well encountering or reading about a number of crossover characters from other Sierra games. The second game even has a 'buddy cop show feel to it.
  • The narrator was a minor character in Season One. He made his first appearance in Episode Two. In Episode 46, he's shown on camera, trying to convince new fans that they should watch all the previous things before starting with Season 4, but he is interrupted and insulted by Wario. The narrator is played by Rich Alvarez.
  • I am the Narrator. You don't know it, but I control your life. If you delete this, I will be the one who will haunt you. I will write your destiny and turn you into a mollusc or other squishy animal. That's Right. Where will your admin privileges get you then hmmmm... Mwahahahaha! I can do things that will make your skin stand on end, your hair get covered in pimples and your IQ to drop below your average creationist. Scared? You should be. As I narrate your entire life! Mwahahahahahahahaha! I know you are shaking your head, but you see I am making you shake it. Everything...You..Do...Is...A..Result...Of...Me. I will force you to send money. Send money... Wait... Wait... Wait for it... Huh...I'm rubbish at this job
  • Narrator – osoba relacjonująca wydarzenia w Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT i Dragon Ball Kai. Można go usłyszeć zazwyczaj na początku i pod koniec odcinka. Rzadko wypowiada się w środku odcinka.
  • The narrator of a story is the entity telling the story (creating the narative). Sometimes in fiction, the narrator is one of the fictional characters. The narrator should not be confused with the author even when they both have the same name, as happens in some of Jorge Luis Borges' tales. The narrator, no matter how real he or she might seem, is always a literary construction, while the author is a flesh and blood person in the real world.
  • The narrator is the person describing the events. The GM is the primary narrator in a traditional game. However, a player narrates when they say, "I cut off his head." The right to make decisions what events will be narrated is called the authorial privilege. Sometimes, someone will be the author and the other the narrator. For instance, the GM may decide how successful an attack is after the player states they are attacking. The player is the narrator and the GM is the author. Once the GM states whether the attack misses or hits, the player might describe what the attack looks like. For another example, a player may declare his character is attempting to charm someone. The player is the author, the success of the action may be partially delegated to the system, and the GM narrates the failure or success.
  • The Narrator is a ever present character and pun master in the series. Its purpose is to describe the thoughts of the hero and others, and describe explain and poke fun of things that are seen in the world. Perhaps even at times breaking the fourth wall with the character. The Narrator has only ever been portrayed by an actor once: By John Rhys-Davies of Indiana Jones fame.
  • The narrator of Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout Tactics is actor Ron Perlman who is most famous for his roles in Hellboy, Sons of Anarchy and Drive. The only game in the series which Perlman did not provide his voice for was Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel where Tony Jay (voice actor for the Lieutenant from Fallout) narrated the introduction instead. Perlman's narration is most memorable for the quote, 'War... War never changes'. In Fallout 4, the narrative voices are provided by the Sole Survivor's male and female voice actors, Brian T. Delaney (intro and male character endings) and Courtenay Taylor (female character endings only).
  • The Narrator (ナレータ, Narēta) narrates the story.
  • The Narrator is the main character in The War of the Worlds novel, as well as several of its adaptations, although the role of the narrator and that of the protagonist are not always represented as the same person in these incarnations. The Narrator may - or may not - be a fictionalised version of H.G. Wells.
  • The Narrator is a semi-character that appears in the Wizard and the Princess (Adventure in Serenia) and the King's Quest games from King's Quest 1-6 and KQ1 remake (and by extension King's Questisons).
  • The Narrator, true to form, narrates the events that transpire in Trapped in the Closet. The Narrator is a Greek Chorus-type character who never interacts with any of the other characters, save for a scene in chapter 14 when Roxanne accidentally knocks a cigar out of his mouth. He is always shown wearing an expensive suit, much like many other characters. In the first eight chapters Sylvester was the narrator, and did so in the first person; however, as the focus shifted away from Sylvester onto other characters, The Narrator comes out of nowhere and starts narrating in the third person. This is never more evident than in Chapter 11, in which the narration switches between first and third person at random intervals until finally settling on the latter. Curiously, in Chapter 1, Sylvester/The Narrator refers to Gwendolyn, Sylvester's wife, in the second person, but uses third person in the chapters when she actually does appear. In the first 22 chapters, The Narrator narrates from the exact location at which the action is taking place. However, from Chapter 23 onward, he narrates from inside of an apartment decorated with many books, a telescope, a constellation map, a gun in a wooden case, and a framed newspaper headline with Joey and Beeno's mugshots on it (the headline reading "Chicago Mob War Erupts.") Physically, The Narrator is portrayed by R. Kelly, who also physically portrays Sylvester, Randolph, Reverend Mosley, Pimp Luscious, Dr. William T. Perry, and Beeno.
  • A Narrator is, within any story, the fictional or non-fictional, personal or impersonal entity who tells the story to the audience. This list showed the narrators in the Kamen Rider Series.
  • The Narrator is a third person character in the Pokémon anime. He has been in almost every episode and movie throught the whole series. The narrator usually speaks at the beginning and ending of each episode. In the beginning of an episode he usually informs the audience of what Ash Ketchum and his friends are doing or where they're heading. Sometimes he'll even explain what they did in the previous episode. He would usually conclude the episode with what Ash and company had learned during the episode or say what they were planning to do next. In movies, he usually is only heard at the beginning giving an overview of the Pokémon world.
  • The Narrator is an off-screen character, featured in several Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. Most of these narrated cartoons are narrated by Robert C. Bruce.
  • The narrator is a voice-only character who appears twice in the Death Note series.
  • Narrator (real name unknown) is a supervillain. He is a Telepath that controls the minds of his victims, forcing them to act out the parts of scenes of a movie while he records them. At some point he fought and killed Protagonist.
  • The Narrator is a persona in Little Britain. He is voiced by Tom Baker.
  • The Narrator of a play is a character who tells the story of the play. Narrator may also refer to... * Narrator - a character in the play A Christmas Carol. * Narrator - a character in the musical Into the Woods. * Leading Player - the narrator for the musical Pippin. * The Narrator - the narrator of the play The Haunting of a House.
  • The Narrator talks about each topic at the begining and end of every Mr. Men Show episode.The narrator is Simon Callow
  • The Narrator is the storyteller of The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, in the two first films, Ardeth Bay is the narrator, and in the third film, Zi Yuan is the narrator. Ardeth Bay's narration in The MummThebes, City of the Living. Crown jewel of Pharaoh Seti I. Home of Imhotep, Pharaoh's high priest, keeper of the dead; birthplace of Anck-Su-Namun, Pharaoh's mistress. No other man was allowed to touch her; but for their love,to risk life itself.To resurrect Anck-Su-Namun, Imhotep and his priests broke into crypt and stole body. raced deep the desert,Anck-Su-Namun's corpse to Hammunaptra, City of the Dead, ancient site for the sons of pharaohs, and resting place for the wealth of Egypt.his love, Imhotep dared to cause anger going the city, where he took the black Book of the Dead its holy resting. Anck-Su-Namun to the dark Underworld vital organs removed and placed in five sacred canopic jars. Anck-Su-Namun's come back the dead, Pharaoh's bodyguards Imhotep and stopped him before the ritual complete. Imhotep's priests condemned mummified alive;for Imhotep, condemned to end the Hom Dai, the worst of all ancient curses. One so horrible had never been done remain sealed inside his sarcophagus, the undead for eternity. The Medjai would never For he would walking disease, plague upon mankind, unholy flesh-eater with the strength of the power over the sands, and the glory of invincibility. For centuries, men and armies fought over this city evil beneath it; and the Medjai, the decendents of Pharaoh's sacred bodyguards, kept watch.Ardeth Bay's narration in The Mummy Returns Five thousand years ago, a fierce warrior known as the Scorpion King great army on a campaign to conquer
  • Narration in cartoons from the Super Friends Universe wasn't a rare thing. Even in the Superman theatrical cartoons, there was occasional narration. By the sixties this was common on the Filmation cartoons, and Jackson Beck narrated episodes of The New Adventures of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy. The role was quickly taken over by Ted Knight, who would voice the narrator throughout the rest of the sixties Filmation cartoons, and would even carry the role over to the Super Friends in 1973. By the time the series is revived in 1977 however, the role goes to William Woodson, who continued with the series until it ended, and even narrated the opening sequence of the Ruby-Spears Superman series.
  • The Narrator is a new character in Season 2 who guides the audience. He introduces characters and seems to not really care for his work, saying that he still gets paid no matter what happens. He doesn't care about the characters, and constantly expresses ignorance, saying that Pakkery delivers messages to people "apparently. I dunno, I just read the script." He seems to think, or would like to think, he sounds richous. However, Princess H may have annihilated his self-esteem, as shown with the quote "Oh, but you'd never ask me. We never talk any more! You're always with him now! You don't deserve me! (...in bed) WHO SAID THAT?!?!?!"
  • The Narrator (ナレーター) is a character of the anime Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. In the manga, he is replaced by information blocks. In the anime he remains unseen for the most part.
  • There are a few narrators on Captain N: The Game Master.
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