Lidia Simoneschi began working in the Italian cinema in the thirties in little parts, typically the waitress in some films. She didn't have the "phisique du role" to become a leading lady but her voice was wonderful. So, the dubbing became the right world for her. In the thirties and forties Lidia became one of the "Queens of dubbing" in Italy...See full bio »
Italian dubber in 1950 for Vivien Leigh/Scarlett in "Gone with the wind". When MGM decided to redub with modern voices the film for the 1977 reissue, the Italian public refused the modern dubbing and, for the first television broadcast in Italy of the film in 1983, the classic original dubbing with Lidia was used once again by general request.
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