Tuesday, October 28, 2014

RIP Fernando Mateo

Long time voice actor and dubbing director Fernando Mateo died in Madrid on October 25. Mateo was known to most Spaniards as the voice of J.R. Ewing in the long running Dallas TV series. To Spanish Euro-western fans he is remembered as the voice of Brett McBain. In all Mateo voiced over 30 Euro-westerns, usually secondary actors and character actors. He was married to voice actress Mari Pe Castro.
MATEO, Fernando
Born: 19??, Spain
Died: 10/25/2014, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Fernando Mateo’s westerns – voice actor:
Ride and Kill – 1963 [Spanish voice of José Canalejas]
Charge of the 7th – 1964 [Spanish voice of soldier]
A Fistful of Dollars - 1964 [Spanish voice of Baxter henchman, Mexican soldier]
The Secret of Captain O’Hara – 1964 [Spanish voice of Rafael Corés]
Seven from Texas – 1964 [Spanish voice of Alvaro de Luna]
For a Few Dollars More – 1965 [Spanish voice of Ricardo Palacios]
Hands of a Gunfighter - 1965 [Spanish voice of Lorenzo Robledo]
A Place Called Glory – 1965 [Spanish voice of Angel del Pozo]
Son of a Gunfighter – 1965 [Spanish voice of Andy Anza]
The Big Gundown – 1966 [Spanish voice of Fernando Sánchez Polack]
Dynamite Joe – 1966 [Spanish additional voices]
Fort Yuma Gold - 1966 [Spanish voice of Rick Piper]
Halleluja for Django – 1966 [Spanish voice of Enzo Fiermonte, Tom Felleghy]
The Hellbenders - 1966 [Spanish voice of Gino Pernice, cavalry sergeant]
A Taste for Killing – 1966 [Spanish voice of Frank Braña, Sanchez gang member]
The Tramplers – 1966 [Spanish voice of Romano Puppo]
The Trap – 1966 [Spanish voice of man at auction]
The Ugly Ones – 1966 [Spanish voice of Doug]
Beyond the Law – 1967 [Spanish voice of Al Hoosman]
Face to Face - 1967 [Spanish voice of Frank Braña]
Run, Man, Run – 1967 [Spanish voice of Rick Boyd]
Blood and Guns – 1968 [Spanish voice of Mario Daddi]
15 Scaffolds for a Killer - 1968 [Spanish voice of Álvaro de Luna]
Once Upon a Time in the West - 1968 [Spanish voice of Frank Wolff, Conrado San Martín,
      Antonio Molino Rojo, Cheyene henchman]
A Taste for Vengeance – 1968 [Spanish voice of Lorenzo Robledo]
Amen – 1969 [Spanish voice of unknown character]
A Bullet for Sandoval – 1969 [Spanish voice of Antonio Molina, Tuerto]
Garringo - 1969 [Spanish voice of Raf Baldassarre]
The Rebels of Arizona – 1969 [Spanish voice of gunfighter]
$20,000 for Every Corpse – 1969 [Spanish voice of Ralston henchman]
Santana Kills Them All – 1970 [Spanish voice of Raf Baldassarre]
Raise Your Hands, Dead Man, You’re Under Arrest – 1971 [Spanish voice of Aldo Sambrell]
These Damned Pounds of Gold – 1971 [Spanish voice of barber]

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