You can hear László Tahi Tóth, the Hungarian voice of Jeremy Brett,
and László Újréti, who was Lestrade's voice.
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He is the Hungarian voice of Benedict Cumberbatch. At first he needed some time to get the hang of it, but he absolutely measured up to the task and did a great job. He is especially splendid during parts when Sherlock is nervous and yells furiously and when he hisses sarcastically. We have to note that the Hungarian translation of the series was loose with some failures, and it is by no means the fault of the dubbing actor. Credits to Mr. Simon for knowing that an actor can be glorious in a purple shirt.
The Elementary’s Holmes is captivated by investigation, but he is a very kind man too. The dubbed voice of Jonny Lee Miller is also a pleasant one. Mr. Rajkai did an impressive job. Interestingly he voiced Andrew Scott’s Moriarty in the BBC Sherlock series.
ANDREW SCOTT AND ZOLTÁN RAJKAI
He dubbed Robert Downey Jr. fantastically. He is equally good when Holmes is bored and when there is some volubility is needed. The performance of Mr. Fekete is easy to describe with only one word: superb
SÁNDOR ROSTA AND PÉTER HAÁS VANDER
They lent their voices to the fantastic, legendary Basil Rathbone, who has three stars in Hollywood. The performances are great, they level with the original acting. Both actors do lots of dubbing, they are very popular in Hungary.
The actor was the voice of Mr. Livanov’s Holmes in the Russian series ’Sherlock Holmes and dr. Watson’. Vasily Livanov is a fascinating artist, and Mr. Gáti is his calibre. He regularly dubs Jean-Paul Belmondo and Sylvester Stallone.
He dubbed Sherlock Holmes (Michael Caine 'Without a Clue', and Christopher Lee 'Sherlock Holmes: The Golden Years') – the result was very pleasureable.
Everyone knows in Hungary that the actor’s most famous work was The Saint – he gave his voice to Roger Moore. No wonder that he was asked to dub Mr. Moore’s Holmes in the movie ’Sherlock Holmes in New York’. His performance was professional, as always.
Richard Roxburgh was a wonderful Holmes, so his Hungarian voice had to be perfect too. Sándor Rosta had been chosen for the task, who already showed his talent by being the voice of Basil Rathbone's detective.
Robert Stephens was a very instinctive sleuth without any overacting in The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes. Mr. Hirtling’s voice in the Hungarian version had the same characteristics: it was pleasant and simple.
Peter Cushing was much shorter than the description given by Doyle, yet he had the chance to play Sherlock because he was a stunning actor. As his dubbed voice a gifted artist was needed, who is able to echo the talent of the original. Imre Józsa, who is well-known as the voice of Nicolas Cage, helped a lot to make the detective of Cushing loveable.
Mr. Széles has a marvelous manly voice. Most people are familiar with his voice because he dubs Gordon Ramsay. He lent his voice to the detective played by Rupert Everett.
He dubbed Nicol Williamson in ’The Seven Percent Solution’. His voice is warm and enjoyable.
He gave his voice to the legendary Charlton Heston in ’The Crucifer of Blood’. The movie was loosely based on the adventure of The Sign of Four, with an alternated ending. Heston’s Sherlock is aged but outstanding, and Mr. Szokolay’s performance is also stunning.
ATTILA EPRES AND ZOLTÁN CSANKÓ
They both dubbed the Holmes of Canadian actor Matt Frewer. When we classify their performance we have to keep in mind that sometimes the translation was very poor and Mr. Frewer overacted several times. However the Hungarian actors showed their amazing abilities in lots of movies, and they have done a great job as Holmes too.
He voiced the detective in the cartoon ’Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes’. Although the sleuth has a minor role, we have no reason to complain about the Hungarian version.
We are very proud of the Hungarian dubbing actors.
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