Spanish dubbing and voice actress Rosa Guiñón died in Spain on June 5, 2022. She was 90. Guiñón was one of the most important professionals in her specialty in Spanish. Her voice remains in the memory of several generations, having been the usual dubber of Barbra Streisand, Julie Andrews, Natalie Wood, Audrey Hepburn and above all, Meryl Streep. She dubbed several Euro-western actresses from Karin Dor, Elke Sommer and Dahlia Lavi in the “Winnetou films to Rosalba Neri, Adriana Ambessi, Brigitte Bardot, Carroll Baker, Cristina Galbo, Daniela Giordana, Giovanna Ralli and Lucretia Love. Last of the Renegades – 1964 [Karin Dor], The Halfbreed – 1965 [Daliah Lavi], Frontier Hellcat – 1966 [Elke Sommer], The Tall Women – 1966 [Adriana Ambessi], Twice a Judas – 1968 [Cristina Galbo], Villa Rides – 1968 [Maria Grazia Burcella], Shalako – 1969 [Brigitte Bardot], Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die – 1970, And God Said to Cain – 1971 [Marcella Michelangeli], Boot Hill – 1971 [circus girl], Cannon for Cordoba – 1971 [Giovanna Ralli], El Puro – 1971 [Rosalba Neri], Have a Good Funeral – 1971 [Daniela Giordana], Catlow – 1972 [Jo Ann Pflug], Go With God Gringo – 1972 [Lucretia Love], Captain Apache – 1974 [Carroll Baker], The Crazy Bunch – 1974 [Rosalba Neri], Son of Zorro – 1974 [Elisa Ramirez], The Ballad of Death Valley – 1975 [Josiane Tanzilli], The Emmigrants – 1985 [Liv Ullmann].