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French actor and voice dubber Pierre Hatet died in Paris, France on May 24, 2019. He was 89. Born Pierre Marius Alfred Hatet in Auffay, Seine Inferecure, France n April 20, 1930, He found fame in 1985 by superimposing his voice on the face of American actor then unknown in France, in a film that few people had expected success: "Back to the Future ". He became thee voice of Christopher Lloyd even though he also voice such big names as lent his voice to Tom Selleck, Donald Sutherland, James Corburn, Clint Eastwood and Kris Kristofferson, among many others. Hatet was also the voice of the Joker in the animated ‘Batman’ cartoon series. He appeared in only one Euro-western as Frank Rogers in “Cemetery Without Crosses” in 1969.
 
French actor and voice dubber Pierre Hatet died in Paris, France on May 24, 2019. He was 89. Born Pierre Marius Alfred Hatet in Auffay, Seine Inferecure, France n April 20, 1930, He found fame in 1985 by superimposing his voice on the face of American actor then unknown in France, in a film that few people had expected success: "Back to the Future ". He became thee voice of Christopher Lloyd even though he also voice such big names as lent his voice to Tom Selleck, Donald Sutherland, James Corburn, Clint Eastwood and Kris Kristofferson, among many others. Hatet was also the voice of the Joker in the animated ‘Batman’ cartoon series. He appeared in only one Euro-western as Frank Rogers in “Cemetery Without Crosses” in 1969.
 
 
*'''SMERCZAK, Ron (Ronald Smerczak)''' - 3/7/1949, Blackpool, England, U.K. - 5/13/2019, Johannesburg, South Africa
 
 
Veteran, British-born South African actor Ron Smerczak has died from a heart attack on May 12, 2019. He was 69. Born in Blackpool, England on March 7, 1949, Ron Smerczak's decades-long career on South African television ranged from roles in SABC productions like Shaka Zulu, John Ross, Generations and Isidingo, e.tv's Rhythm City, to kykNET's (DStv 144) Villa Rosa, Jongo on BET (DStv 129) and many more. He also appeared in international series filmed in South Africa and Cape Town like Warrior and Strike Back on M-Net (Dstv 101), and Black Sails that was shown on History (DStv 186). Ron appeared in two Euro-westerns: “Trigger Fast” 1994 as (Sergeant Tring) and “Hooded Angels” 2002 (as Packer).
 
  
  

Revision as of 13:21, 14 June 2019

KÜLOWThis page is our personal hall of fame. A reminder to us all that even though considered a B-genre, Spaghetti Westerns were full of great characters, played by great people. Many have passed away, and while we are young growing up re-watching all these classics, many more will probably leave us. May they be remembered. What follows, is a work-in-progress, a growing list of legends who have passed away...

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FRESH GRAVES

  • VALERI, Valeria (Valeia Tulli) - 12/8/1921, Rome, Lazio, Italy - 6/10/2019, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Italian actress of stage, film, TV and voice dubber, Valeria Valeri died in Rome, Italy at the age of 97. The actress was born in Rome on December 8,1921 as Valeria Tulli, she had never stopped working. Along with her theatrical and television career, she also participates in some cinematographic participations, while her career as a voice actress was also very important. She lent her voice to Julie Andrew, Natalie Wood and Anne Bancroft. She was a longtime companion of actor Enrico Maria Salerno from which they had a daughter, actress Chiara Salerno. Valeri was the Italian voice of Emma Valloni in 1965’ “The Tramplers” and Marianna Hill in “El Condor” (1969).


  • WITLIFF, William D. (William Dale Wittliff) - 1/?/1940, Taft, Texas, U.S.A. - 6/9/2019, Austin, Texas, U.S.A.

Popular American screenwriter Dr. Bill Wittliff passed away on Sunday June 9, 2019 in Austin, Texas, at the age of 79. Wittliff authored films “Legends of the Fall”, “The Cowboy Way” and screenplays for the TV miniseries "Lonesome Dove" and "The Perfect Storm,” and the modern day Euro-western “A Night in Old Mexico” (2013) starring Robert Duvall.


  • KUZNETSOV, Alexander (Alexander Konstantinovich Kuznetsov) - 12/2/1959, Petrovka, Russia, U.S.S.R. - 6/6/2019, U.S.A.

Russian, American actor Alexander Kuznetsov died on June 6, 2019. He was 59. Kuznetsov was born in the USSR in Petrovka, a small village in Primorsky Krai on the Sea of Japan on December 2, 1959. He graduated from Schukin Theatrical College. Alexander Kuznetsov made his first appearance in a movie in 1983. He starred in many Russian movies and TV series. His most known role is Jack Vosmyorkin in Jack Vosmyorkin, The American. Kuznetsov was a key member of the Malaya Bronaya Theater (1985–1989). The actor is working in Russia as well as in United States. He has had television appearances as Nikolai Kossoff in NYPD Blue, as Victor in Crossing Jordan, as Capt. Alex Volkonov in JAG, as Kazimir Shcherbakov in Alias. His most recent performance was the character Ostroff on the thriller series, 24.In 2000 he starred opposite Dolph Lundgren in Agent Red. He appeared as Stine in the Euro-western TV series “The Alaska Kid” in 1993.


  • MIR, Jaume (Jaume Mir Farri) - 11/22/1928, Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluna, Spain - 5/29/2019, Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluna, Spain

A winner of the medal of honor of the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC), Jaume Mir died in his hometown of Barcelona, Spain on May 29, 2019. He was 90. Born in Barcelona on November 22, 1928, Mir had one of his last public appearances two years ago, in the Orbea store in Barcelona, on the occasion of the presentation of the book 'Secondary luxury, a life between champions' , which rigorously gathers a very fascinating life of a man who as an auxiliary covered 26 editions of the Tour de France or 51 of the Tour of Spain and who came to work as an actor in some 130 films, along with actors such as Clint Eastwood, with whom he shared scenes in 'The Good, the Ugly and the Bad', hence it was known as 'Taxi Key'.


  • JANDOLO, Flaminia (Flaminia Iandola) - 2/11/1930, Rome, Lazio, Italy - 5/22/2019, Italy

Italian actress and voice dubber Flamina Jandolo died in Italy on May 22, 2019. She was 89. Born Flaminia Iandolo on February 11, 1930 in Rome, she was the daughter of writer Rina De Felici, Jandolo began her career in the early 1950s in Rai's radio prose, before going into voice acting and dubbing. Among the several actresses she dubbed, were Brigitte Bardot, Jean Simmons, Joan Plowright, Joanne Woodward, Maggie Smith and Debbie Reynolds. Jandolo was also very active in dubbing many animated characters, including Lady in Lady and the Tramp, the fairy Merryweather in Sleeping Beauty, Perdita in One Hundred and One Dalmatians and Mrs. Brisby in The Secret of NIMH. Jandolo was married to dialogue adapter Alberto Piferi, from whom she divorced and from whom she had her children Leonardo and Susanna, who were also dialogue adapters, and Caterina, who is a dubbing assistant. She was the Italian voice of Brigitte Bardot in 1965’s “Viva Maria!”; Soledad Miranda in 1966’s “Sugar Colt”; Rosanna Rovere in 1969’s “Sabata” and Iris Berben in 1970’ “Companeros!”


  • HATET, Pierre (Pierre Marius Alfred Hatet) - 4/20/1930, Auffay, Seine Inferecure, France - 5/24/2019, Paris, Île-de-France, France

French actor and voice dubber Pierre Hatet died in Paris, France on May 24, 2019. He was 89. Born Pierre Marius Alfred Hatet in Auffay, Seine Inferecure, France n April 20, 1930, He found fame in 1985 by superimposing his voice on the face of American actor then unknown in France, in a film that few people had expected success: "Back to the Future ". He became thee voice of Christopher Lloyd even though he also voice such big names as lent his voice to Tom Selleck, Donald Sutherland, James Corburn, Clint Eastwood and Kris Kristofferson, among many others. Hatet was also the voice of the Joker in the animated ‘Batman’ cartoon series. He appeared in only one Euro-western as Frank Rogers in “Cemetery Without Crosses” in 1969.


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