Sunday, July 30, 2017

RIP Emilio Freixas

Spanish voice actor Emilio Freixas died on July 30, 2017. He was the son of artist and set designer Emilio Freixas Aranguren [1899-1976] and brother of artist Carlos Freixas Baleitó [1923-2003]. Born Emiliiet Freixas Baleitó he was the grandson of the actor Carlos Freixas and started his career as a child actor in the 1950s. In the ‘60s he turned to dubbing films imported from America, Italy and some Spanish films. He was the Spanish voice of Sal Mineo in 1955’s “Rebel Without a Cause” starring James Dean.

FREIXAS, Emilio (Emiliiet Freixas Baleitó)
Born: 1927, Spain
Died: 7/30/2017, Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Emilio Freixas’ westerns – voice dubber:
Frontier Hellcat – 1965 Spanish voice of Terence Hill]
A Pistol for Ringo – 1965 [Spanish voice of Juan Torres, Pablito Alonso]
Sunscorched – 1966 [Spanish voice of Mario Via]
China 9, Liberty 37 – 1978 [Spanish voice of Governor’s representative]
Boot Hill – 1991 DVD [Spanish voice of Eduardo Fajardo]

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