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Larry Dolgin

Larry Dolgin is known for his work on Robot Jox (1989), Devil Fish (1984) and Leviathan (1989). He was previously married to Margueri A. Arbelaez/Walker. See full bio »

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Known For

Robot Jox Head Referee
(1989)
Devil Fish Additional Crew
(1984)
Leviathan Helicopter Pilot
(1989)
(1983)

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 1996 The Stendhal Syndrome (voice dubbing: Luigi Diberti - english version)
 1995 Palermo-Milan One Way (voice dubbing: Giancarlo Giannini - English version)
 1992 Circle of Fear (voice dubbing: Philippe Leroy - English version - uncredited)
 1992 Mean Tricks (voice dubbing: Stelio Candelli - English version)
 1991 Millions (voice dubbing: Jean Sorel - English version)
 1990 A Cat in the Brain (voice dubbing: Lucio Fulci - English version - uncredited)
 1990 Beyond Kilimanjaro, Across the River of Blood (voice dubbing: Bruno Corazzari - English version)
 1988 Big Man (TV Series) (voice dubbing - 1 episode)
- Big Man - A Policy for Hell (1988) ... (voice dubbing: Josef Fröhlich)
 1988 Paradiso infernale (voice dubbing: Bruno Corazzari - English version)
 1987 Distant Lights (voice dubbing: Tomas Milian - English version)
 1987 Double Target (voice dubbing: Mike Monty - English version)
 1987 Specters (voice dubbing: John R. Pepper - English version)
 1987 Delirium (voice dubbing: Lino Salemme - English version)
 1986 Black Tunnel (voice dubbing: Spiros Focás - English version)
 1986 Aladdin (voice dubbing: Venantino Venantini - English version)
 1986 The Devil's Honey (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1986 Royal Warriors (dialogue: English)
 1986 You'll Die at Midnight (voice dubbing: Paolo Malco - English version)
 1986 A Lustful Mind (voice dubbing: Al Cliver - English version - uncredited)
 1985 The Wild Team (voice dubbing: Antonio Sabato - English version)
 1984 A Man Called Rage (voice dubbing: Werner Pochath - English version - uncredited)
 1984 The Dark Side of Love (voice dubbing: Saverio Vallone - English version)
 1984 Devil Fish (voice dubbing: Michael Sopkiw - English version)
 1984 Blastfighter (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1984 Murder-Rock: Dancing Death (voice dubbing: Ray Lovelock - English dubbing)
 1984 Tuareg: The Desert Warrior (voice dubbing: Paolo Malco - English version - uncredited)
 1983 The Last Blood (voice dubbing: Antonio Marsina - English version)
 1983 Thunder (voice dubbing: Raimund Harmstorf - English version - uncredited)
 1983 Endgame (voice dubbing: Al Cliver - English version - uncredited)
 1983 Los extraterrestres (voice dubbing: Guillermo Antón - English version)
 1983 Revenge of the Dead (voice dubbing: Aldo Sassi - English version)
 1983 Yor, the Hunter from the Future (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1983 Spy Connection (voice dubbing: Pino Colizzi - English version)
 1982 Amazon Jail (English dialogues)
 1982 1990: The Bronx Warriors (voice dubbing: Joshua Sinclair - English version - uncredited)
 1982 Violence in a Women's Prison (voice dubbing: Gabriele Tinti - English version - uncredited)
 1982 Pieces (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1981 The Salamander (voice dubbing: John Steiner - uncredited)
 1981 Who Finds a Friend Finds a Treasure (voice dubbing: Arnie Ross - US version, uncredited)
 1981 Car Crash (voice dubbing: Vittorio Mezzogiorno - English version - uncredited)
 1981 Cannibal Ferox (voice dubbing: Perry Pirkanen - US version, uncredited)
 1981 The Last Shark (voice dubbing: Giancarlo Prete - English version - uncredited)
 1980 Bare Behind Bars (English dialogues)
 1980 Nightmare City (voice dubbing: Hugo Stiglitz - English version - uncredited)
 1980 Speed Driver (voice dubbing: Fabio Testi - English version - uncredited)
 1980 Contamination (voice dubbing: Marino Masé - English version - uncredited)
 1980 Zombie Holocaust (voice dubbing: Walter Patriarca - English version - uncredited)
 1980 Cannibal Holocaust (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1979 The Shark Hunter (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1979 The New Godfathers (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1979 From Corleone to Brooklyn (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1978 To Be Twenty (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1978 Knock-Out Cop (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1978 The Inglorious Bastards (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1977 Beast with a Gun (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1977 The Cynic, the Rat and the Fist (voice dubbing: Salvatore Billa - uncredited)
 1976 Keoma (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1975 The Killer Must Kill Again (voice dubbing: Antoine Saint-John - English version - uncredited)
 1974 Street Law (voice dubbing: Nazzareno Zamperla/Enzo G. Castellari - US version, uncredited)
 1974 What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1974 The Perfume of the Lady in Black (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1974 Shoot First, Die Later (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1973 High Crime (voice dubbing - US version, uncredited)
 1973 Snake Fist Fighter (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1972 The Grand Duel (voice dubbing - English version, uncredited)
 1971 Confessions of a Police Captain (voice dubbing: Giancarlo Prete - US version, uncredited)
 1970 The Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion (voice dubbing - uncredited)
 1969 Machine Gun McCain (voice dubbing - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Lerry Dolchin | Larry Dolgen | Larry Maurice Dolgin | Maurice Larry Dolgin
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Had a successful musical career in the late 1950s and early 1960s as second tenor in The Cables, a vocal and instrumental group based in San Francisco. In 1961, they released the songs "Choo-Choo" and "Midnight Roses" as a two-sided single on the RCA Victor label, and toured for several years, before Dolgin left in 1964. See more »

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