The theater actor was 88 years old, worked with Baseggio and De Bosio was a TV dubber.
Il Mattino di Padova
October 1, 2014
VENICE. It is off to the Hospital Santo Spirito in Rome actor Mario Bardella, one of the most beautiful voices of the Italian theater and an authentic Venetian and national flag of prose. The artist had recently celebrated 88 years old, was born in 1926, and the young had landed in Venice where he made the first theatrical experiences in times when they set up shows on the terrace at Ca 'Giustiniani.
A busy career, his. Enter the company Cesco Baseggio, who always consider his great Master, Bardella manifests a particular interested in the study of the "masks" participating. with the Theatre of the University of Padova directed by Gianfranco De Bosio. the rediscovery of Ruzante and perfected subsequently to the great school of "mime" by Jacques Lecocq. Is subsequently hired by the Stable Theatre in Genoa, Trieste, Turin and the "Piccolo" in Milan. With the advent of television plays various roles in numerous novels, dramas and comedies back often beside Baseggio for the great shows of the Biennale or the Goldoni series recorded by the actor for television in the seventies. Alternating activity between the stage and the small screen, is responsible for the dubbing direction gradually, taking care of the editions of the film of some of the most important directors of Italian cinema such as Giuliano Montaldo, Citto Maselli and ElioPetri; lends his voice to many international actors: Oliver Reed Rex Harrison, Peter Ustinov Walter Pidgeon. Because of this professional engagement he moved to Rome, but the artistic collaboration with the actors and the theater Venetian lagoon in the back often for theatrical and literary. So he remembers his friend actor Enrico Ricciardi: "We met in 1986 on the occasion of a week dedicated to Baseggio in the 15 years after his death. Then we met again in 1993 in a show that I had written for the bicentennial of Goldoni and since then there has been no year in which we have collaborated with texts in which, sometimes, even attending his wife Gabriella Genta, one of the great film doppiatrici » . "I regret that the Teatro Stabile has forgotten about him," the friend continues, "the beauty of his voice deep and the clarity of his diction always aroused great admiration. The last of his presence in Venice? In 2012, at the Goldoni in memory scenic dedicated to the reconstruction of the Campanile of San Marco. Mario was an extraordinary professional, had many years of experience, but before going on stage was as excited as a debut. "
Born: 9/17/1926, Nola, Campania, Italy
Died: 9/30/2014, Rome, Lazio, Italy]
Mario Bardella’s westerns – voice dubber:
The Ruthless Colt of the Gringo – 1965 [Italian voice of Fus]
Ringo and His Golden Pistol – 1966 [Italian voice of Ken Wood]
Savage Gringo – 1966 [Italian voice of Charles K. Lawrence]
A Hole in the Forehead – 1968 [Italian voice of Robert Hundar]
Sartana – 1968 [Italian voice of Fernando Sancho]
Hate is My God – 1969 [Italian voice of Gunther Philipp]
Shoot the Living, Pray for the Dead – 1970 [Italian voice of Mimmo Maggio]
Chato’s Land – 1971 [Italian voice of Simon Oakland]
Savage Guns – 1971 [Italian voice of Dean Stratford]