Pablo Calvo Hidalgo (16 March 1948 – 1 February 2000), better known as Pablito Calvo, was a Spanish child actor. After the international success of Marcelino, pan y vino, where he won a Cannes Film Festival award (1955), he became Spain's most famous child actor. He did five more films including Mi tío Jacinto (1956) and Un ángel pasó por Brooklyn (1957), even Toto and Marcellino (1958) in Italy, with Totò. Retired from acting at the age of 16 to become an industrial engineer later, he worked in tourism and promoting buildings in Torrevieja. Calvo sang in a few films, but his singing voice was always dubbed on screen, in Spain by a woman, Matilde F. Vilariño. He died on 1 February 2000 from a brain aneurysm at aged 51.