Veteran Spanish dubbing actor and director Hipolito de Diego died March 28, 2020 in Spain. It was announced by by Voces de Imagenes on Facebook of his passing. I have no record of his date or place of birth and no mention was where Hipolito died. He was both active in Barcelona and Madrid during his career and both dubbed voices and directed the dubbing sessions. His Euro-western dubbing included “The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw” (1960) as director and Spanish voice of Sid James and Sheldon Lawrence; “The Vengeance of Zorro” (1962) where he was the Spanish voice of Manuel Alexandre and Guillermo Mendez; “Two Mafiamen in the Far West” (1965) as director and Spanish voice of Mario Brega; “Taste of Vengeance” (1969) as the Spanish voice of Ivan Scratuglia; “My Name is Nobody” (1974) as the Spanish voice of Geoffrey Lews and Mario Brega; “El Zorro” (1974) as the Spanish voice of Padre Eusebro; “Zorro” (1976) doing various voices and for the 1983 DVD release of “Black Jack” hse was the Spanish voice of the hotel clerk.