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Massimo Turci

Massimo Turci was born on June 20, 1930 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He is known for his work on The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966), Il giro del mondo degli innamorati di Peynet (1974) and Kidnap Syndicate (1975). See full bio »
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 1980 Cannibal Holocaust (voice dubbing: Paolo Paoloni - uncredited)
 1975 Kidnap Syndicate (dubbing director)
 1974 Emergency Squad (dubbing director)
 1969 Django the Bastard (voice dubbing: Celso Faria - uncredited)
 1968 A Quiet Place in the Country (voice dubbing: Franco Nero - uncredited)
 1968 Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die! (voice dubbing: Stanley Gordon - uncredited)
 1968 Romeo and Juliet (voice dubbing: Bruce Robinson - Italian version, uncredited)
 1967 Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! (voice dubbing: Tomas Milian - uncredited)
 1966 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (voice dubbing - uncredited)
 1966 A Bullet for the General (voice dubbing: Lou Castel - uncredited)
 1966 Texas, Adios (voice dubbing: Alberto Dell'Acqua - uncredited)
 1965 I Knew Her Well (voice dubbing: Robert Hoffmann - uncredited)
 1965 Sandra (voice dubbing: Jean Sorel - uncredited)
 1964 Minnesota Clay (voice dubbing: Alberto Cevenini - uncredited)
 1961 Don Camillo monsignore... ma non troppo (voice dubbing: Karl Zoff - uncredited)
 1961 The Colossus of Rhodes (voice dubbing: Ángel Aranda - uncredited)
 1960 Black Sunday (voice dubbing: Enrico Olivieri - uncredited)
 1960 Toto, Peppino and the Fanatics (voice dubbing: Johnny Dorelli - uncredited)
 1960 La Dolce Vita (voice dubbing: Giulio Paradisi - uncredited)
 1958 Love on the Riviera (voice dubbing: Ennio Girolami - uncredited)
 1955 Wild Love (voice dubbing: Decimo Cristiani - uncredited)
 1955 La vena d'oro (voice dubbing: Mario Girotti - uncredited)
 1955 Toto and Carolina (voice dubbing: Maurizio Arena - uncredited)
 1953 The World Condemns Them (voice dubbing: un lavorante di Paolo - uncredited)
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Prominent voice artist for films being dubbed into Italian. His was the voice of Ryan O'Neal in "What's Up, Doc?" and "Paper Moon", Tom Skerritt in "M.A.S.H." and Jon Voigt in "Midnight Cowboy". He has also frequently provided the Italian voice for such actors as Sal Mineo, Anthony Perkins and Russ Tamblyn. See more »

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