Giulio Andreotti
Movie dubber known as voice of Woody Allen dies

Oreste Lionello, an entertainer and film dubber who was Italy's "voice" of Woody Allen, Jerry Lewis and other comic stars, died in a Rome hospital today.Lionello, 81, was a star in Italy's important entertainment industry of movie dubbing.Relatively few Italian cinemas show films in the original language, so moviegoers often only know the voices of Hollywood stars through dubbers like Lionello.Italian actor and director Pier Francesco Pingitore, who did cabaret acts with Lionello, said the dubber died Thursday morning after a long illness. No details were released about the illness.Besides Allen and Lewis, other actors who were dubbed by Lionello included Peter Sellers, Marty Feldman...