Monday, April 29, 2013

RIP Lola Cervantes


Voice actress Lola Cervantes has died in Spain. She was 91 years old. Born María Dolores Cervantes Ruescas in Spain in 1922, Cervantes career began on Madrid Radio in 1946 and did much dubbing between 1940 and 1950 in Madrid, especially in Chamartín Studio. According to the magazine Radiocinema, #242 of March 12, 1955, Lola had doubled to date: Ann Blyth, Betty Grable, Susan Hayward, Norma Shearer, Diana Durbin, Gina Lollabrigida, Silvana Pampanini, Brbara Stanwyck, Maureen O’Hara, Jean Peters, Merle Opberon and Vivien Leigh.

In 1948 she presented the program "Issues for Women" from Monday to Saturday from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. in the evening and "Female Office" from Monday to Sunday, 7:45 to 8:00 pm. In 1961, Lolita Cervantes presented with José Manuel Martos the program "Moon Waves" Wednesday from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Cervantes was an excellent voice actress and radio host. She also dubbed villains such as Cinderella's wicked stepmother in the Spanish dubbing of the Disney classic.

According to my files Lola has dubbed over 40 Euro-westerns. Following is an incomplete list I’m sure of her credits for these films.
 
CERVANTES, Lola (María Dolores Cervantes Ruescas)
Born: 1922, Spain
Died: 4/27/2013, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
 
Lola Cervantes’ Euro-weesterns:
Four Bullets for Joe - 1963 [Spanish voice of Liz Poitel]
Charge of the 7th – 1964 [Spanish voice of Priscilla Steele]
Tomb of the Gunfighter – 1964 [Spanish voice of Silvia Solar]
Ballad of a Bounty Hunter - 1965 [Spanish voice of Pearl Cristal]
A Fistful of Knuckles - 1965 [Spanish voice of María Badmayer]
The Avenger – 1966 [Spanish voice of Elisa Montes]
Ballad of a Bounty Hunter – 1966 [Spanish voice of Perla Cristal]
Django Kill – 1966 [Spanish voice of Marilù Tolo]
Dynamite Joe – 1966 [Spanish voice of Halina Zalewska]
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - 1966 [Spanish voice of Rada Rassimov]
Rebels on the Loose – 1966 [Spanish voice of Mónica Randall]
Seven Dollars to Kill – 1966 [Spanish voice of Carroll Brown]
Days of Violence – 1967 [Spanish voice of Nieves Navarro]
Face to Face - 1967 [Spanish voice of Lidia Alfonsi]
Johnny West – 1967 [Spanish voice of Dada Gallotti]
Rattler Kid – 1967 [Spanish voice of Aurora de Alba]
Seven Pistols for a Massacre – 1967 [Spanish voice of Giulia Rubini]
The Avenger – 1968 [Spanish voice of Elisa Montés]
Blood and Guns – 1968 [Spanish voice of Paloma Cela]
Dead Men Don’t Count - 1968 [Spanish voice of María Martín]
Gatling Gun – 1968 [Spanish voice of Evelyn Stewart]
Killer Adios – 1968 [Spanish voice of Paola Barbara]
Rattle Kid – 1968 [Spanish voice of Aurora De Alba]
Two Crosses at Danger Pass – 1968 [Spanish voice of Dyanik Zurakowska]
A Fistful of Knuckles – 1969 [Spanish voice of María Badmajew]
Garringo – 1969 [Spanish voice of María Martín]
Gatling Gun – 1969 [Spanish voice of Evelyn Stewart]
Quinto: Fighting Proud – 1969 [Spanish voice of Sarah Ross]
The Rebels of Arizona – 1969 [Spanish voice of Julie Newman]
Arizona Returns – 1970 [Spanish voice of Rosalba Neri]
Blood and Guns – 1970 [Spanish voice of Paloma Cela]
Fistful of Lead – 1970 [Spanish voice of Linda Sini]
Rebels of Arizona – 1970 [Spanish voice of Claudia Gravy]
Run Man Run – 1970 [Spanish voice of Chelo Alonso]
They Call Me Trinity – 1970 [Spanish voice of chica rubia]
Trinity is STILL My Name – 1971 [Spanish voice of Jessica Dublin]
The Grand Duel - 1972 [Spanish voice of Elvira Cortese]
Patience Has a Limit, We Don’t – 1974 [Spanish voice of Rita de Lernia]
Viva Maria! – 1976 [Spanish voice of Jeanne Moreau]
Buddy Goes West – 1981 [Spanish voice of Sara Franchetti]

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