Dubbed Mufasa (Simba's father) in the Italian version of "The Lion King".
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No-one should die. That's the only mistake God ever made.
The standard joke on him was that he had such an interesting, flexible voice (and such an outstanding acting ability) that he could have made everything he read entertaining and intense. In mid-90s, a satirical show on Italy national TV gave him a 2 minutes space (named "Gassman Legge", literally "Gassman Reads") where he just "acted" few lines from banal, utterly non-poetic texts, e.g. the ...
Powerful, versatile voice
The Sir Laurence Olivier of Italy