The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers has had a slew of interesting monsters appear on the show. Of course every single one of them has proved to be a complete moron, incapable of besting six teenagers, but hey, they are made out of clay so what do you expect?
I would not want to be present during Finster's annual performance review....
Given my near Indiana-Jones-Level phobia of snakes, one of the more memorable (aka terrifying) monsters for me was Snizard. Essentially he was a giant snake, with snakes for arms and snakes for legs. Also, he had snakes for a tongue. Finster went a little crazy with his theme with this guy.
As with most of the other acting on the show, the voice for Snizard was way over the top. I mean, even for a kids' show it was a bit much. I feel bad for the poor soul who voiced this abomination, surely it must have been the end of a most-likely pathetic career in acting. I took the liberty of finding out who voiced Snizard and, to my surprise, I found that the man who gave his voice to this creature did a few other, minor roles during his career.
In fact compared to what this actor was doing before, Power Rangers was a huge improvement:
Your eyes do not deceive you, that is indeed a very stylish, young Bryan Cranston.
Long before he was cooking meth, or raising a severely dysfunctional family Cranston was doing spots for butt cream and voicing baddies on Power Rangers. Man, what I wouldn't give to hear Bryan Cranston give the line, "Say my name," in the voice of Snizard.
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