Notes on Patrick Warburton's appearance at Salt lake Comic con
Patrick Warburton says that even though Walt’s been dead a long time, Disneyland is still a magical place and people can still feel his soul there.
Warburton got a tour of Bug’s Land while filming the intro to Soarin’ over California.
Eartha Kitt was great to work with though they did not actually work together on Emperor’s New Groove. They did a film in South Africa together that was terrible.
“I got to be a part of creating [the part of Kronk],” says Warburton. ‘It’s a great opportunity. When you are working with a group like that you know it’s going to be fun.”
Warburton thinks that he got a bunch of credit for Kronk while doing just a little work when compared to everyone else in the process.
“I love old Disney movies,” says Warburton. He offered up The Sword in the Stone as his favorite. “Nemo’s got to be up there.”
“You can’t go wrong with Disney,” says Warburton.
In the early days of acting, Warburton would try to figure out the right way to do things.
‘There is no right way; there is only your way,” says Warburton.
Arthur showed up at Warburton’s panel. Before Arthur asked his question, Warburton offered up the Tick’s advice, “Don’t be a cry baby; be a try baby.” Warburton says that his favorite role was the Tick.
“I had the most fun.” Though the friend of Captain Liberty is not at liberty to discuss whether or not there will be a new Tick.
After discussing his characters, Warburton says, “I play a lot of not bright people,” and pouted at the observation.
“Where would the Venture Brothers be without little Brock?” asks Warburton.
“One of my favorite parts [of acting] is getting to do what we’re doing right now,” says Warburton.
When Consuela the cleaning lady showed up to clean Warburton’s bicep, Warburton said, “Nothing can get weirder than a con.”
“Theater is a wonderful thing; it’s an awful lot of fun,” says Warburton.
“I grew up loving Jerry Lewis movies,” says Warburton.
“I’m just a two-decade, diehard fan of Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam,” says Warburton. “That’s what geeks me out.”