By the Gods!

Mark Forest and Loris Loddi in HERCULES AGAINST THE MONGOLS (1963)

Loris was a minor (literally and figuratively) PEPLUM star during the Golden Era of the genre. He appeared a batch of movies, including CLEOPATRA (1963). His 'young' voice was dubbed by a woman (a common practice). One of my favourite PEPLUM flicks, which looks great in this pristine copy I uploaded to PEPLUM TV. It's a Fan Dub I've made (which pisses off Youtube).

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Off topic because in the peplum the female lead is always daughter of bad hit?

Anonymous said...

As a young adult Loris Loddi was in a number of Spaghetti Westerns. I believe he still does voice work for Italian movies and TV.

Speaking of women dubbing children, Steve Reeves' son in White Warrior is dubbed by June Foray and the voice sounds like Rocky the Flying Squirrel.