Spanish voice actress María del Puy died in Madrid of a heart attack on November 25th in Madrid, Spain. She was 78. Born María del Puy Alonso González in Pamplona, Navarra, Spain in 1938. She worked at RNE, Radio Continental and Radio Madrid and was "the voice" of actresses like Ingrid Bergman, Liz Taylor, Shirley MacLaine, Jane Fonda, Glenn Close and Liza Mininelli. To Euro-western fans she was the Spanish voice of such actresses as Marianne Koch in “A Place Called Glory” (1965), Sophie Daumier in “Fort Yuma Gold” (1967), Stella Steven in “A Town Called Hell” (1971), Michele Mercier in “The Call of the Wild” (1972), Patty Chepard in “The Stranger and the Gunfighter” (1974) and Paolo Bose in “California (1977).
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