Thursday, December 31, 2009

RIP Glauco Onorato

The Turin born voice actor Glauco Onorato died today December 31st of a serious disease. He was 73 years old. Onorato died at Saint Camillo's Hospital in Rome. Glauco was the son of actor Giovanni Onorato [1910-1960]. Onorato was the Italian voice of actors such as Bud Spencer, Charles Bronson, and Arnold Shwarzenegger in “Terminator”. He worked on several comedies of Eduardo De Filippo in the decade of the '60s. Onorato also appeared in several films and soap opears over the years. His last film appearance was in the 2008 film “Chi nasce tondo” as Padre Ignazio.


ONORATO, Glauco
Born: 12/7/1936, Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Died: 12/31/2009, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Glauco Onorato's westerns - actor voice actor:
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – 1966 [Italian voice of Al Mulloch]
Return of the Seven - 1966 [Italian voice of Claude Akins]
John the Bastard – 1967 (Morenillo)
Ace High – 1968 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
God Forgives… I Don’t – 1968 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
The Magnificent Texan - 1968
The Nephews of Zorro - 1968 [Italian voice of Franco Fantasia]
The Sons of Trinity – 1968 [Italian voice of Franco Fantasia]
Boot Hill – 1969 (Finch) + [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
The Five Man Army – 1969 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
Madron - 1970 [Italian voice of Richard Boone]
They Call Me Trinity – 1970 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
A Man Called Django! – 1971 (Carranza)
Trinity is Still My Name – 1971 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
It Can be Done Amigo – 1972 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
Massacre at Fort Holman – 1972 [Italian voice of Bud Spencer]
They Still Call Me Amen - 1972 [Italian voice of Alf Thunder]
Carambola! – 1973 (Jim Ballerman)
The Crazy Adventures of Len and Colby – 1974 (Jim Ballermann/El Supremo)
The Genius - 1975 [Italian voice of Raimund Harmstorf]
California – 1977 [Italian voice of Raimund Harmstorf]

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