Some of the artists who belonged to the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema They not only stood out for their occurrences, beauty and way of acting, but at some point in their career they lent their voice to iconic characters from animation.
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This is a compilation of actresses and actors who are remembered for having participated in dubbing, mainly Disney movies.
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His participation in dubbing was very iconic, as he gave voice to the princess Cinderella in the 1950 movie. She was even the one who sang all the maiden tunes.
Beatriz Aguirre made her film debut with Maria Felixthe title of the tape was the ensign nun (1944). Study performance in the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA); some of his films were The Pérez family, A dream of love Y The crazy house.
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These are the characters he gave voice to:
–lost in 101 Dalmatians (1961)
–Hera and the Moira Lachesis in Hercules (1997)
–The Widow Tweed in The fox and the hound (1981)
Luis Manuel Pelayo was a television television host (in one of his shows, the characteristic “Go up, Pelayo, go up”), but he also collaborated on radio programs such as The mummies of Macchu Picchu, The Valley of the Vampires, Grave robbers and played Kalimán in 22 radio soap operas Kalimán, the incredible man.
This is the list of Disney characters he gave voice to:
–the white rabbit in Alice in Wonderland (1951)
-Narrator in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (specifically, from the 1964 dub
–Bagheera in The Jungle Book (1967)
–The boss in The fox and the hound (1967)
–archimedes Y Sir Pellinore in The sword in the Stone (1963) film in which he was also the narrator.
-Narrator in both winnie the pooh and the honey tree (1966) as in winnie the pooh in the enchanted forest (1968).
The actress Fanny Schiller born on August 3, 1901 and died in 1971, he participated in films such as Ay Palillo, don’t get angry!, with Jesús Martínez Palillo and Rosita Quintana; The Abandoned (1945), together with Pedro Armendariz Y dolores del rio; Pablo and Carolina (1957), together with Pedro Infante and For them even if they pay badly (1952), together with Julián Soler and Irma Dorantes.
Her interpretations earned her two ariel awards as Best Supporting Actress; One for Cantaclaro (1946) and the other by The woman that I loved (1950)
It was not until the early fifties that Fanny Schiller ventured into dubbing, for which she is remembered for having given voice to the following female Disney characters:
–Flora in Sleeping Beauty (1959)
-The Fairy Godmother in cinderella (1950)
–Dragon mouth in Alice in Wonderland (1951)
–Aunt Sarah in The Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Germán Genaro Cipriano Gómez Valdés y Castillo —his full name— came to participate in more than 100 films as the unruly (1951), Baby zucchini (1949), The Cinderella (1952) and the king of the neighborhood (1950).
In his debut as a voice actor, he played three characters giving each one a different style and tone. Said project was the short film titled The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949), in Mexico this production was known as The legend of the Headless Horseman.
Tin Tan played both the narrator and the characters Ichabod Crane Y Chunky Bone (Brom), the plot of this production is inspired by the novel by Washington Irving written in 1820, said work bears the same title.
The next collaboration of Germán Valdés doing dubbing was to give voice to Baloo in the jungle book (1967), a film in which he stood out for his musical interpretation of Look for the most vital.
Finally Tin Tan gave voice to a suburban cat named Thomas O’Malley in The Aristocats (1970). In this movie she sang O’Malley of the slum– Y Everybody wants to be a jazz cat.