Birthday: 1919-09-14 · Known For: Acting
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Rinaldi appeared in over 22 films between 1939 and 1982. During his time, he was considered of be one of the most greatest and influential actors and dubbers in Italy. He was the official Italian voice of Marlon Brando, Jack Lemmon, Rock Hudson and Paul Newman. Other actors Rinaldi occasionally dubbed included Peter Sellers, Van Johnson, Frank Sinatra, Glenn Ford, David Tomlinson, Richard Burton, George Peppard, Burt Lancaster, Charles Bronson, Kirk Douglas, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, Jeffrey Hunter, Max von Sydow, James Dean, Peter O'Toole, William Holden, Christopher Plummer, Michael Caine and Charlton Heston.In Rinaldi's animated film roles, he voiced Pongo in the Italian dub of the 1961 animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians as well as Prince Charming in the Italian version of Cinderella. Other animated dubbing roles included Jim Dear in Lady and the Tramp, The Great Prince of the Forest in the 1968 redub of Bambi and Dallben in The Black Cauldron. Personal life. Rinaldi was once married to actress Marina Dolfin. They had two children together; Massimo and Antonella. From his second marriage to actress Maria-Pia Casilio, they had one daughter; Francesca. All three of his children are voice actors. Rinaldi died on 15 December 2007 at the age of 88. He retired from his career 10 years earlier.
Movies & TV Series
Mr. Rossi's Vacation
A story about Mr. Rossi and his dog who go on vacation and all the adventures they have, from leading an animal revolt to climbing the Andes, or heading to the beach and being serenaded by strange fis...
Mr. Rossi's Dreams
At the end of another week of work Rossi returns home with the intention of enjoying a quiet and peaceful weekend. He lives with Gastone, his dog-friend,who, after a week of loneliness, can't wait to ...
This Violent World
This movie is just another graphic documentary of so-called "real deaths and acts by real people". This movie was banned in over 40 countries
Mr. Rossi Looks for Happiness
Where? Far from home,from work and his boss, far from city traffic and his alarm clock, far from the monotony of his life... The farthest away possible. Travelling against time, visiting places of oth...
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