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You've heard his voice so often in move trailers, now here's the face of Don LaFontaine. I came across this little movie this morning. Apart from being a nice intro to the guy behind the microphone, the movie has something to say about how pervasive a great voice can be. He has set the style for the voice of a generation of movie trailers ... and most of those voices are male. In fact, I can't think of a movie trailer I've seen which has been voiced by a female. Can you?