Clyde Curfuffle

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Clyde Curfuffle 
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This is a casual video game project. The game will be played by families - with the target market being women (35+) and children.

The actor should have a warm, grandpa-like voice. The character is a mature man who has run a collectibles shop for most of his adult life. He has had a series of mishaps that have landed him in the hospital. He is enlisting the help of the player to run his collectibles shop and change his luck for the better.  
2007-12-31 15:35:58 GMT
2008-01-03 14:05:57 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 
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1 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 1 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 100 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 63 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.

Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 250
IVR, voicemail, phone systems, and on-hold messages
No
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English - USA and Canada
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Senior Male
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There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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Script Details

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For reference: Word Count 186

Background: Clyde Curfuffle is in his early 70’s. He’s run his shop for 40 years, collecting odd items from around the globe. He has a warm, grandpa-like voice. He is bothered by all the bad luck he’s been having but he still has a positive attitude. He is enlisting the help of the player to get him out of this funk – and change his luck for the better.

Clyde: It all started two months ago when a fire broke out in my civil war room.
Visual: Image of weapons on the wall. Fire, flames.
SFX: fire crackling, explosives (like gunshots)

Clyde: Then a water leak flooded the basement. My baseball cards were ruined!Visual: Image of baseball cards. Water rising up over the cards.
SFX: sound of water rushing. Filling up a jar or something that gives impression of flooding.

Clyde: Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, I fell off the ladder and broke my collarbone. (pause) Now, I’m in the hospital recuperating. That’s why I need your help. Visual: Image of ladder falling across scene. We don’t see Curfuffle.
SFX: crashing sound

Clyde: I’ve left you a journal with research on 12 of my favorite collectibles. One of the items is so rare and valuable I dared not disclose it in my journal.
Visual: Journal, rare items
SFX: probably only music – or maybe sound of pages turning

Clyde: Instead, I devised a secret code as a key to which rare item is the most valuable. Please find that item and sell it at auction to save the shop. I’ll give you a share of the proceeds!
Visual: close up of alphabet block secret code machine
SFX: perhaps sound of blocks turning and clicking/locking into place (sort of like swishing sound then a click)

Clyde: While I’m away from the store, please fill outstanding orders to keep my customers happy.
Visual: close up of stack of order forms or letters
SFX: maybe sound of cash register going ka-ching or sound of letters piling up


Clyde: Time is of the essence! I'm dependent on your sharp eyes to secure my future.
Visual: close up on clock; maybe show part of a collection with a magnifying glass (zoom in)
SFX: Clicking noise and “zing” sound from the game when an item is found.


Clyde: Seymour will be your guide. He knows his way around the shop. And with your help, maybe my luck will change! Visual: Seymour, the toy robot, pops into the scene and says “let’s go.”
SFX: swoosh/pop as Seymour enters
 
Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, I fell off the ladder and broke my collarbone. Now, I’m in the hospital recuperating. That’s why I need your help.



Instead, I devised a secret code as a key to which rare item is the most valuable. Please find that rare item and sell it at auction to save the shop. I’ll give you a share of the proceeds! 
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