Film editor Peter Parasheles died in West Palm Beach,
Florida on July 31, 2019. Born in Hartford, Connecticut on August 2, 1927 he
worked with Orson Welles filming Chimes at Midnight in Spain during the Franco
years and while living there was the film editor on the Euro-western “Custer of
the West” starring Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan and Ty Hardin.
Luis Martin Carrillo: a leading Spanish dubbing actor from Gádor.
Dario de Almeria
By José Ángel Pérez
September 14, 2019
Luis Martín Carrillo, was born in
September 12, 2019
Veteran voice actor and dubber Luis Martín Carrillo died
on September 12, 2019 in Spain. He was an actor and actor of Spanish dubber and
director. He was the usual voice in Spain of Spencer Tracy, Michael Caine, Peter
Falk and Jean-Paul Belmondo. He participated in the dubbing of the Colombo,
Team A, Charlie's Angels and Xena La Princesa Guerrera TV series.
He also participated in the dubbing of the classic series
of Saint Seiya, The Knights of the Zodiac in Spanish. He made his debut in
Episode 54 by voicing Agora de Loto.
.He began his carrer in the world of radio in the 1950s on
local radio stations Radio Almeria and Radio Juventud.There
he made his first steps as a radio actor, sharing radio hours with María Rosa
Granados, Paco Moncada, Juan Jose Perez 'Juanjo' or Plácida García Tristán.
Years later he went to Madrid
becoming an actor on National Radio of Spain, where with the learning in the
Almerian stations he established himself as an excellent professional.After a certain time on the radio he had the opportunity to
enter the world of movie dubbers.
Almeria has doubled almost all the great world famous actors.One of the first interpreters was Spencer Tracy, followed by
Raymond Burr in the role of Ironside ,
Peter Seller, Jack Lemmon, Jean Paul Belmondo, Peter O 'Toole, Steve MC Queen,
Peter Seller or Maichel Caine, among others.
Our countryman came to have his own studies in the capital of
Spain.Its deep and nuanced voice is unique and privileged.A voice that does not go unnoticed.But
it's not only his voice, it's that Luis Martín Carrillo is an extraordinary
actor.He moved easily within the drama, although comedy never had
secrets for him.
He is remembered dubbing Truffaut on Day for Night;Christopher Plummer in The Thorn Birds;to Robert Loggia in Big , to Steve McQueen in The Towering Inferno;to Fred Astaire in You’ll
Never Get Rich.He
was even the only one who knew how to take on Colombo, with enough personality to imitate
the lieutenant while giving him a personal touch.
Another Almerian, a great that we add to an already extensive
list of characters of our land.
CARILLO, Luis (Luis
Born: 19??, Gádor, Almeria, Spain
westerns – voice dubber:
The Return of the 7 – 1966 [Spanish voice of Virgilio
Duel at Diablo – 1967 [Spanish voice of John Crawford]
Fort Yuma Gold – 1967 [Spanish voice of Lorenzo Robledo]
The Tramplers – 1967 [Spanish voice of James Mitchum]
The Christmas Kid – 1968 [Spanish voice of Jack Taylor]
The Last Challenge – 1968 [Spanish voice of Kevin Hagen]
Support Your Local Sheriff – 1968 [Spanish voice of Henry
Today We Kill… Tomorrow We Die – 1968 [Spanish voice of
Tatsuya Nakadai, Teodor Corra]
100 Rifles – 1969 [Spanish voice of Burt Reynolds]
The Wild Bunch – 1969 [Spanish voice of Bo Hopkins,
The Big Sky – 1970 [Spanish voice of Jim Davis]
Chisum – 1970 [Spanish voice of Lloyd Battista]
Sabata the Killer – 1970 [Spanish voice of Peter Lee
A Town Called Bastard – 1970 [Spanish voice of Al
Winnetou and Old Shatterhand in the Valley of Death –
1970 [Spanish voice of Pierre Brice]
Young Billy Young – 1970 [Spanish voice of David
The Ballad of Cable Hogue – 1971 [Spanish voice of David
And the Crows Will Dig Your Grave – 1972 [Spanish voice
of Raf Baldassare]
The Call of the Wild – 1972 [Spanish voice of George
The Cowboys – 1972 [Spanish voice of Bruce Dern]
Garringo – 1972 [Spanish voice of Peter Lee Lawrence]
White Fang – 1973 [Spanish voice of Raimund Harmstorf]
Land Raiders – 1974 [Spanish voice of Guy Rolfe]
The Three Musketeers of the West – 1974 [Spanish voice of
Spaghetti Western – 1974 [Spanish voice of Leo Anchoriz
What Am I Doing in the Middle of a Revolution – 1974
[Spanish voice of Leo Anchoriz]
Annie Oakley – 1975 [Spanish voice of Preston Foster]
The Stranger and the Gunfighter – 1976 [Spanish voice of
California – 1977 [Spanish voice of Chris Avram]
Goin South – 1979 [Spanish voice of Jack Nicholson]
Cactus Jack – 1980 [Spanish voice of Kirk Douglas]
Zorro (TV) – 1981 [Spanish voice of George J. Lewis]
Harry Tracy Desperado – 1983 [Spanish voice of James
The Last Command – 1983 [Spanish voice of Sterling
Lucky Luke (TV) – 1983 [Spanish voice Joe Dalton]
Hostile Guns – 1990 [Spanish voice of Joe Brown]
The New Adventure of Zorro – 1990 [Spanish voice of
Stage to Thunder Rock – 1991 [Spanish voice of Barry
Walker, Texas Ranger – 1994 [Spanish voice of Noble
Powder River – 1996 [Spanish voice of John Dehner]
Gunfighters Moon – 1997 [Spanish voice of James Victor]
Return of the Gunfighter – 1999 [Spanish voice of Mort
Deadwood (TV) – 2005 [Spanish voice of Gerald McRaney]
Rocci Chatfield, Writer on 'My Three Sons' and 'Days of Our
Lives,' Dies at 93
The Hollywood Reporter
By Mike Barnes
The two-time Daytime Emmy nominee also served as a Television Academy
Rocci Chatfield, a two-time Daytime Emmy nominee who wrote for such shows as My
Three Sons, Little House on the Prairie and Days of Our Lives, has died. She
Chatfield died Aug. 24 of natural causes at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center,
a family spokeswoman said.
Chatfield served six terms as a governor on the Television Academy's
Writers Peer Group and two terms on its Executive Committee. She wrote and
produced the academy's 60th anniversary gala, served on numerous committees and
produced dozens of events, including an "Inside" panel series, an
annual Family Day celebration and special evenings with such stars as Tony
Bennett and Liza Minnelli.
Chatfield also was a member of the WGA's negotiating committee during the 1988
writers strike and received the guild's service award for her contributions to
A native of Boulder, Colorado,
Chatfield attended Endicott College in Beverly,
Massachusetts, before beginning
her career as a TV writer in the early 1960s.
She received her Daytime Emmy nominations in 1978 and '79 for her work on Days
of Our Lives and also wrote for Family Affair, Falcon Crest, Knots Landing and
Generations during her career.
RED LODGE, Montana
- Michael Eugene Ruby, 65, passed away peacefully on September 4, 2019. Mike
was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son and friend of many. Mike was
born March 12, 1954, in Ashland,
Wisconsin, to Donald Leroy and
Marion (MacDonald) Ruby. The family moved from Wisconsin
in 1955 to Billings,
where Mike graduated from Billings Senior High in 1972. He has continued to
remain friends with many of his high school classmates throughout the years.
Mike was known most for his kind heart, love of art, fishing, cooking and, most
of all, his ability to accept and to love all. Mike had a great love for his
dog of 14 years, "Kaylee," that he had to say goodbye to the day
before he passed away from sudden cardiac arrest. Mike was an amazing artist,
creating custom artwork and signage since the '70s and soaring as a Supervising
Sign-Writer and Art Set Director in Hollywood.
Mike began working for the Hollywood Motion Pictures in 1992 after meeting Ron
Howard in Billings,
who convinced him to do art on the movie "Far and Away." From there,
his life's passion was as an artist for movies such as "Return to Lonesome
Dove," "Benny and Joon," "Free Willy," "A River
Runs Through It," "Red Corner," "Wild Hogs,"
"3:10 to Yuma," only to name a few. All of the movies he was
recognized for can be found by searching IMDb https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0993837.
Mike later retired from Motion Pictures and became self-employed as the owner
of Ruby Art and a Production Designer for Films and commercials shot in Washington. You would
never know that Mike has had so many film and television credits to his name he
was such a down-to-earth, generous person. After meeting Mike and having a
short visit or hearing one of his interesting stories about his life in the
movies, by the time the visit ended, you would be certain to call him your
friend. Mike never asked for much of anything; he was the most loving, kind,
generous person, who was always giving of himself to others. Named after Saint
Michael the Archangel, the patron saint of
people who are suffering, he lived up to that name in his integrity and passion
for others. He was truly an Angel who walked the earth. Mike loved his family
so passionately that he was always willing to help everyone, and could fix
anything. He was always up to what seemed to be an impossible challenge. He
leaves behind a legacy of love; through him, his paintbrush was an instrument
of his expression. Within each of his brush strokes, he made the world more
beautiful. This world is a better place because of one man who was everything
to everyone. Fish on, Mike, you will be dearly missed by all those who crossed
your path. Until we meet again..... Survived by his family, Marion Neill
(mother); Diane Ruby (wife); children, Christina Payne (daughter); Todd Payne
(son-in-law); Jeremy Ruby (son); Jennifer and Erica Jackson (stepdaughters);
Dorothy Foreman (mother-in-law); grandchildren: Aden Payne, Braxton Payne and
Hailey Mejia; Alison Besel (sister); Todd Besel (brother-in-law); Ron Ruby
(brother); Michelle Ruby (sister-in-law); Dawn Ruby (sister); and several
nieces and nephews that he loved dearly. Preceding Mike in death are his
father, Donald Leroy Ruby; father-in-law, Russell Foreman; and brother-in-law,
Rick Foreman. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, September 12, at
Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, 1001
Alderson Ave., Billings.
Reception to follow. Memorials can be made in his name to the Children's Art
Museum, Rez Dog Rescue, Habitat for Humanity or the . Condolences may be made
at www.michelottisawyers.com. Yet those who wait for the Lord will gain new
strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, They will walk and not
become weary. Isaiah 4:31.
RUBY, Michael (Michael
Born: 3/12/1954, Ashland, Wisconsin,
Died: 9/4/2019, Billings, Montana, U.S.A.
westerns, painter, sign writer, sign painter:
Turkish cinema's 'loyal best friend' Süleyman Turan dies
at age 82 in Istanbul
Süleyman Turan, an iconic actor from the Yeşilçam era of
Turkish cinema, died Tuesday at the age of 82 in Istanbul after suffering a
The actor passed away at his house in Kadıköy in the
early hours of the morning, reports said.
Best known for usually playing the "loyal best
friend" of the lead character, Turan last starred in the movie
"Sonsuz Bir Aşk"(An Endless Love).
He won the "Best Supporting Actor Award" at the
1971 Adana Golden Boll Film Festival for his performance in "Yarın Son
Gündür" (Tomorrow is the Last Day), and at the 1972 Antalya Golden Orange
Film Festival for "Güllü" (Rosey).
Turan, whose real name was Süleyman Başturan, was born on
November 19, 1936 in Istanbul, Turkey. He studied English Philology at Istanbul
University but had to quit in his third year. He is widely known for Güllü
(1971), Yahşi Batı (2009) and Indian-style film Şeker Dükkanı (The Candy Shop).
Before acting and writing, Turan also worked as an illustrator.
Yeşilçam (Green Pine) is a metonym for the Turkish film
industry, much like Hollywood is in the United States. Named after a street in
Istanbul's Beyoğlu district, where many actors, directors and studios were then
based, Yeşilçam experienced its glory days from the 1950's-70's, when nearly
300 films were being made each year.
TURAN, Süleyman (Süleyman Başturan)
weterns – actor:
Maskeli Besler – 1968 (Resim Çocugu)
Maskeli Beslerin Dönüsü – 1968
Korkusuz Kaptan Swing – 1971 (Gamli Baykus)
Yahsi Bati - The Ottoman Cowboys – 2009 (Sheriff Murphy)
Born in Toledo, Ohio in 1946 I have a BA degree in American History from Cal St. Northridge. I've been researching the American West and western films since the early 1980s and visiting filming sites in Spain and the U.S.A. Elected a member of the Spaghetti Western Hall of Fame 2010.