Saturday, December 11, 2021


 "It is 100 years since the birth of this great actor, a universal murcian, therefore next Saturday December 18 at 6:30 p.m. will open in the Museum of Ethnography and Sciences Jerónimo Molina the exhibition 'José Guardiola, Actor and Voice', that will be shown in the multi purpose room until January 30, 2022.

Jose Guardiola was born in the Jumillana Plaza de Arriba in 1921 and his Madrid and Catalan friends say he acted as a militant Jumillana.

He is especially known for his work in dubbing: he was the voice of Humphrey Bogart that we heard in Casablanca, The African Queen and many others; his was also that deep, safe voice, united by the of actors such as Michel Piccoli, Richard Widmark, Richard Burton, Lee Marvin, or many others American and European cinema "tough guys".

But Guardiola's career was more extensive. He participated in television series, theater works and in more than forty films as an actor on-camera filming under the orders of directors such as Donald Siegel, Mario Camus and Berlanga, along with cast members such as Zsa-Zsa Gabor, Lee Remick, Michel Piccoli, Ornella Muti, Ricardo Montalban, Rod Taylor, Totó and Louis de Funès, among the foreigners, and Carmen Sevilla, Paco Rabal, Alfredo Landa, Manolo Zarzo, Aurora Bautista, Jorge Mistral, Carlos Larrañaga, Emma Penella, Concha Velasco and Agustín González among the Spanish.

Even next to the Kubala itself. The exhibition, curated by Pedro Quílez and Jose de Paco, will offer a tour of Jose Guardiola's cinematic career through numerous large format photographs and other extracts from the films in which he intervened, as well as documents and original posts that talk about the actor and family photographs."



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