The official site of the Hungarian dubbing world announced the death of one of the greatest Hungarian dubbing directors.
According to a post published on Wednesday evening on the official Facebook page of the Hungarian dubbing world, the Synchronization Profession, Mihály Mihályfalvi, who helped create the Hungarian voices for the David Attenborough films, Bud Spencer classics, the first Hungarian “My Fair Lady” dub, and hundreds of other films and TV movies as a director, assistant director, and editor, passed away after a long and serious illness.
Mihályfalvi was the dubbing director and sound editor of many well-known films. He is credited with the dubbing of “Vruć vetar”, “Paris”, “Texas”, “Octopus”, “Back to the Future”, “Dirty Dancing”, “The Dirty Dozen”, “The Last of the Mohicans”.
He has worked on the dubbing of films and series such as “Nikita”, “Hunt for Red October”, “Go, Trabi, go!”, “Highlander: The Series”, “The Blue Planet”.
According to the Hungarian Dubbing Database, he has been a dubbing director on 382 films or series, assistant director on 63 productions, and editor on 50 occasions.