With the advent of television, Rye transitioned from radio to animated shows and on-screen acting roles. In addition to providing the voice of the Lone Ranger in the 1966–1969 animated cartoon series based on the character, for which he is perhaps best remembered, Rye worked extensively in Hanna-Barbera productions, including the Scooby-Doo series during the 1970s, and later provided voices for Pound Puppies, which aired on ABC’s Saturday morning lineup from 1986 to 1989. During this time, he also played Mr. Slaghoople, Wilma’s Dad in The Flintstone Kids. He voiced both Apache Chief and Green Lantern in Hanna-Barbera’s Challenge of the Super Friends, The All-New Super Friends Hour, and Super Friends. He was also cast in Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears, which aired from 1985 to 1991, as the voices of King Gregor and his nemesis Duke Igthorn, who is also the nemesis of the Gummi Bears.
Prettyshadowj26 wrote:Kooshmeister wrote:I fear for the Feral pony. Without his Chin of Power, how will he lead the Enforcers? That's A Nightmare Hah, horse pun ^^At least Feral H…
Callie blinked. "No?"
"I don't want any investigation!" Manx was practically standing on Callie's desk now. "That will definitely drive Mr. Young away!"
"How could it? We've been in worse situations than this! And, if we don't do something soon, the city will shut down!"
"I don't care! We can't involve the Enforcers in any type of investigation, no matter how trivial." Manx looked even more nervous. "Is there anything else we can do?"
"Well..." Callie paused as if to contemplate something. "Feral did tell me that there was one account Hard Drive couldn't get into because he was discovered. We might be able to float the city on that account."
Manx sighed, and then shrugged his shoulders. "Fine. Do it. I'll leave it you."
Callie crossed her arms. "And if we run out of money?"
"I'm sure you'll be able to figure something out, my dear." Manx walked toward Callie's office door. "Now if you'll excuse me, I have a golf game to attend to."
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