Sunday, May 12, 2013

RIP Constantino Romero

Constantino Romero dead at 65
The presenter, broadcaster and actor Constantino Romero has died in Barcelona at age 65, it was announced by the Cadena Ser. Romero was born in 1947 in Albacete and on December 12, 2012 announced his retirement after 47-year career, which had begun on Radio in Barcelona in 1965. The renowned voice actor, later worked at National Radio and Television Spain.
Among his well-known "voices", were those of Clint Eastwood, Roger Moore and Arnold Schwarzenegger. But he also has to his credit dubbing Darth Vader, in "Star Wars" or Mufasa in 'The Lion King'
Constantino Romero retired just five months ago in late December. He announced via his Twitter account: "I have been working for 47 years. A lifetime in Radio, TV, Theater, Dubbing. It was worth it. A hug and that's all folks."
Romero dubbed into Spanish over 15 Euro-westerns:
Ace High – 1967 [Spanish voice of Terence Hill]
El Condor - 1969 [Spanish voice of official]
Cannon for Cordoba – 1970 [Spanish voice of Nico Minardos]
Companeros! – 1970 [Spanish voice of Franco Nero]
Doc – 1970 [Spanish voice of John Bottoms]
Catlow – 1971 [Spanish voice of Yul Brynner]
Chato’s Land – 1971 [Spanish voice of Ralph Waite]
The Deserter – 1971 [Spanish voice of Bekim Fehmiu]
Dig Your Grave Friend… Sabata’s Coming – 1971 [Spanish voice of Jack, additional voices]
Duck You Sucker – 1971 [Spanish voice of Antonio Domingo, soldier]
Four Candles for My Colt - 1971 [Spanish voice of Robert Woods]
Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears – 1972 [Spanish voice of Franco Graziosi]
Dallas – 1974 [Spanish voice of Robert Hundar]
Red Coat – 1974 [Spanish voice of Daniele Dublino]
God’s Gun - 1976 [Spanish voice of Jack Palance]
800 Bullets - 2002 [Spanish voice Clint Eastwood]

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