Mermaid Man

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Ernest Borgnine - Acting Career - Work After 1999
... his voice talent to the animated sitcom SpongeBob SquarePants as the elderly superhero Mermaid Man (where he was paired up with his McHale's Navy co-star Tim Conway as the voice of Mermaid Man's sidekick Barnacle ... Nickelodeon re-aired all of the episodes in which Mermaid Man appeared in memoriam ... He played a man who, after his estranged daughter is in a car accident, discovers that he has a granddaughter he never knew about ...
Mermaidman
... Mermaid Man is a recurring character and a semi-retired superhero in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants ... of a show-within-a-show called The Adventures of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, but they are also real superheroes within the series of SpongeBob SquarePants ... Mermaid Man was voiced by Ernest Borgnine until Borgnine's death in 2012 ...
Mermaidman - Character
... Mermaid Man is an old man who is overweight with very round in shape ... He exhibits several typical characteristics of an old man, such as white hair, poor sight and hearing, crankiness and memory loss, often forgetting what he is thinking about or doing ... It is unclear how Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy can survive in Bikini Bottom, as they are some of the only true humanoid characters on the show an origin special ...
List Of Sponge Bob Square Pants Characters - Recurring Characters
... nor addressed in the series (Krabs is portrayed in the series as being a single man) ... Mermaid Man (Old Ernest Borgnine (1999-2012) and Joe Whyte (2012–present), Young Adam West) and Barnacle Boy (Old Tim Conway, Young Burt Ward) are two ... Mermaid Man is the older of the two and is the leader, while Barnacle Boy is his sidekick ...

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