Álamo was a Brazilian dubbing company, founded in 1972 by the British Michael Stoll, former sound engineer of the Vera Cruz Cinematographic Company and based in the city of São Paulo. Known for being one of the largest dubbing companies in the country, in 1995 it was the first in Latin America to record movies with Dolby Stereo sound. Its owner and president at the time of the closing was Alan Mark Stoll, son of the founder.
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- The Mask (original dub)
- The Princess Diaries
- Tom and Jerry: The Movie (original dub)
- Tomorrow Never Dies (DVD redub)
- Top Gun (DVD redub)