Sunday, October 19, 2014

RIP Eduardo D'Angelo

El Pais
October 19, 2014
 
Actor Eduardo D'Angelo has died; Uruguay has lost an icon of humor
 
The famous comedian Eduardo D'Angelo, 75, died yesterday. He was one of the leading figures of the national scene with people who made television history in both Uruguay and Argentina.
 
Eduardo D'Angelo was born in Montevideo on January 4, 1939 and devoted his life to acting, imitation and humor in all its facets.
 
Characters like Captain Cannons and a stellar performance in the famous comedy show Telecataplum in the 1960s earned him the popular recognition, on both banks of the Plata.
 
Dangelo began since childhood as an imitator of the Argentine actor Luis Sandrini in the program "Child Magazine" Radio Carve.
 
Its brightness in radio led him to television, which had just begun in Uruguay, through Channel 10. So it was in 1957 that he participated in the "Old Coffee Center" program, Carmelo Empire.
 
But undoubtedly the program that earned him a place in the hearts and memories of the Uruguayan audience was Telecataplum on Channel 12. The cycle began in 1962 and took it to share with other great scenes show as Uruguayan Ricardo Espalter, Raimundo Soto, Henny Trailes, and Berugo Carámbula Emilio Vidal, a versatile group that made history on national TV.
 
The same group, and others then conducted successful programs in several South American countries in the region such as Argentina and Chile. Among the comedy shows in which he participated are Decalegrón, Hupumorpo, Jaujarana, ComiColor and Híperhumor.
 
He also entered the children's show with Julio Frade, making the characters "Captain Cannons" and "Always Ready".
 
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Deeply saddened by the loss of one of our heroes of humor, Eduardo Dangelo, another genius who will be missed, he wrote on his Twitter account Almada Sebastian, son of former teammate Enrique Almada. Messages of appreciation and gratitude flooded social networks in minutes.
 
The actor's wake was held last night at the company Martinelli. Interment will be at 10:00 Sunday morning in the North Cemetery.
 
D'Angelo created and performed shows like "La revista infantil" "The show of a thousand voices" (on radio), "Moviola 4" and "Matinee neighborhood." He also starred in the film The eternal smile of New Jersey, with Daniel Day-Lewis.
 
In the 1970s led "Face Off" by Channel 4, American style news cycle, where he performed caricatures of viewers who called the program.
 
His ability to mimic voices of artists from radio, television and film, did well recognized, as well as his librettist vein.
 
His latest book, released this year in the theater Stella was the butler and lady bright.
 
The work was recognized by critics as "a piece of pure theatrical carpentry," offering "a cascade of crazy situations" that originated when a prestigious millionaire decided to celebrate his birthday in his elegant mansion with special guests.
 
Of course, unforeseen problems prevented the presence of these unique characters, and was where the butler (D'Angelo) made the decision to replace them, representing them one by one.
 
The work belonged to the entertainer, who was also accompanied by Leticia Moreira, Nelson Lence, John Machado and José Luis Gómez.
 
 
D’ANGELO, Eduardo
Born: 1/4/1939, Montevideo, Uruguay
Died: 10/18/2014, Montevideo, Uruguay
 
Eduardo D’Angelo’s western – actor:
Los irrompibles – 1975 (Rider in White – Guardian Angel)

Spaghetti Western Locations

We continue our search for film locations for “Texas Adios” (aka The Avenger). After Jim dies Burt meets Cisco in the courtyard and tells him get going they have a long ride ahead of them back to Texas. Instead Delgado draws his pistol and they begin a shootout. McLeod appears on the balcony behind Burt and tries to shoot him but Burt turns in time and shoots him dead. Returning to Delgado he shoots in in both arms and legs. As he lays dying Burt tells him to get moving they’re going back to Texas. Cisco turns his head and dies.
 

The scene is carried out in the courtyard of the Governor’s Palace and church of San Francisco Javier in Nuevo Baztan, Spain.
 

For a more detailed view of this site and other Spaghetti Western locations please visit my friend Yoshi Yasuda’s location site: http://y-yasuda.net/film-location.htm

WELCOME PADRE MURRAY

Bienvenido, padre Murray – Spanish title
L’ange noir du Mississippi – French title
Lynchage a Golden City – French title
A Mississippi fekete angyala – Hungarian title
Vento infuocato del Texas – Italian title
Black Angel of the Mississippi – English title
Welcome Padre Murray – English tile
 
A 1962 Spanish production [Copercines (Madrid)]
Producer: Arturo Gonzalez
Director: Raymond Torray (Ramon Estrada)
Story: Federico De Urrutia, Manuel Sebares
Screenplay: F. Urrety (Federico De Urrutia), M. Cesare (Manuel Sebares de Caso)
Cinematography: Ricardo Torres (Ricardo Nunez) [Eastmancolor, Superscope]
Music: Manuel Parada (Manuel de la Puente)
Running time: 96 minutes
 
Cast:
Padre Murray – Rene Munoz
Ray Torres – Howard Vernon (Mario Lippert)
Garcia – Fernando Sancho (Fernando Les)
John - Ángel del Pozo (Ángel Merino)
David Edwards - Jesús Tordesillas (Jesús Fernández)
Caroline Edwards - Rosa del Río (Charito del Río)
Burton - Tomás Blanco (Tomás García)
Ken Purdy – Miguel del Castillo
Cowboys - Paul Piaget (Paul Ducurroy), Fernando Hilbeck (Fernando Gavalda), Antonio Padilla, Miguel de la Riva
Saloon singer – Carmen Esbri
Banker - Rufino Inglés (Rufino García)
Frank Murphy - Tito García (Pablo González)
Mrs. Murphy - Josefina Serratosa (Josefina Pereira)
Lopez - Xan das Bolas (Tomás Pena)
Monty - Antonio Molino Rojo
Chihuahua - José Riesgo (José Cortina)
Mark Herrero – Beni Deus (Venancia Mejuto)
Sheriff Eric - Alfonso Rojas (Alfonso Melquíades)
Gunfighter - Gonzalo Esquiroz
Storekeeper - Guillermo Elias
Townsman - José Villasante
With: José Prada (José Oterino), Santiago Rivero, María Teresa Dressel, Carlos Foretio, Juan Torrado (Juan Lores), Margherita Lozano (Margarita Jiminez), Jesus Puente (Jesus Alzaga), Emilio Rodríguez, Nicolas Tauro, Arturo Gonzalez (Arturo Rodriguez), Tomas Sancho
 
 
Padre Murray arrives in Valley City, a town located on the Texas Mexican border to put some brakes on the prevailing immorality. But he’s black, which produces disillusionment among the locals, as many years ago they hanged a black man accused of robbery and murder. However, the real culprit was Ray Terris, is currently planning another robbery and stirs up the town against the padre in order to once again cover his evil deeds.
 


Remembering Emma Baron

Emma Baron was born on October 19, 1904 in Treviso, Veneto, Italy. After graduating in letters, she began to work with some amateur dramatic companies and later debuted in the company of Maria Spalato, then moving on to Marta Abba.
 
She married fellow actor and director Ennio Cerlesi in 1936, with whom she appeared in several plays, with gigs both in Italy and abroad, especially in North America.
 
Her film debut was in the production of the film “Golden Arrow” directed by Corrado D'Errico and Piero Ballerini in 1935, and was the beginning of a long series of film appearances until the early 1970s. She is remembered for her parts in “Two Women” (1960), “La viaccia” (1961) and “David and Goliath” (1960). Emma appeared in three Euro-westerns: “The Man from Nowhere” (aka “Arizona Colt”) (1966), “A Long Ride from Hell” (1968) and “Twice a Judas”.
 
Emma died in Rome, Italy on March 7, 1986 at 81.
 
Today we remember Emma Baron on what would have been her 110th birthday.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

RIP Roser Cavallé

Spanish radio announcer and voice actress Roser Cavallé, who was the voice of Sue Ellen on Dallas for 16 years, died on Monday October 6th. She was 79. Cavallé put her Catalan dubbing voice into the famous Sue Ellen from Dallas series. She was also the Spanish Catalan voice of Joanna Cassidy, Glenn Close, Sofia Loren and Anna Magnani, and was the usual voice for actresses like Patricia Neal and Elizabeth Wilson. She voiced over 25 Euro-western actresses from 1964-2004.

Happy 50th Birthday Chantal Des Rochas

Chantal Anna DesRoches was born on October 18, 1964 in Gremby, Québec, Canada. Chantal is 50% French-Canadian and 50% Native American. Starting her career as a model she has made only a handful of films beginning with the TV film ‘Le choix’ (1991) and her only Euro-western “Jesuit Joe” (1991) playing the countess. Her last film appearance was as Nissa in the 2006 film “Le sable”.
 
Today we celebrate Chantal DesRoches 50th birthday.

Remembering Georges Geret

Georges Géret was born on October 18, 1924 in Lyon, Rhône Alpes, France. Fatherless, he was raised by his working mother. After spending a short time in school studies he became an actor while playing in amateur theater.
 
At twenty-eight, he moved to Paris, where he was noticed by Leo Joannon. After joining the Theatre National Populaire of Jean Vilar in 1959, he was hired by Luis Buñuel for “The Diary of a Chambermaid” with Jeanne Moreau. His character as the gardener Maurrassian the assassin brings him a dedication to his art and definite recognition. Among his other roles are, notably “Roger la Honte” (1966) as the Warrant Officer responsible for training soldiers; as the soccer fanatic who witnesses the attack in “Z” (1969). Géret also worked on television with directors like René Lucot , Stellio Lorenzi, Claude Barma and Marcel Bluwal, for which he was Jean Valjean of ‘Les Misérables’ (1972), and Maurice Cazeneuve, for which he was the Vautrin in ‘Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes’ (1975).
 
Géret appeared in only one Euro-western under the alias Allan Leroy playing Sergeant Spike in “Massacre at Fort Holman” in 1972.
 
Georges died from cancer on April 7, 1996 in Paris, France.
 
Today we remember Georges Geret on what would have been his 90th birthday.