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Discussion in 'Back To The Inkwell - Classic Cartoons Discussion' started by Dreth, Jun 18, 2015.
Gee, This Is One of The Best's Dubbed Version's I Ever Seen!
I've been paying close attention to this thread and I have been enjoying the discussion over the different Dubbed Version differences, A.A.P prints, etc. However, @Manuel Lobato Pozo, I strongly recommend that you stop with your behavior. Asking questions is fine, but asking probing questions week in and week out just makes you seem like a pest and infuriates the people in the thread. Honestly, I'm surprised a Toonzone moderator hasn't roved this thread, reprimanded you and did away with this thread in one fell swoop. With that, I'm not a moderator either, but in respect for ToonZone, could you please stop it? Thanks.
That, and "Let It Be Me" could be considered to be one of the best looking dubbed prints,
I don't want to take part in the argument against @MLP, because I'm ignoring him at least, so I don't need to read his idiotic and stupid questions about redrawn prints.
Anyways, two things which I want to share to you:
1. Despite that What's Brewin Bruin?, 1948 is only reissued short from LT series to have 1948 LT original end card left intact on its dubbed version, it doesn't seem that it has its original end card retained. Look at the cue marks at the end of the cartoon (compare between the 1995 Dubbed version and Laserdisc print). If I'm wrong, I'm sorry:
2. I don't know it was noticed or not, but in the old Polish dubbing of "You Ought To Be in Pictures" (done for Carrotblanca VHS), the original ending music cue is replaced by Box Office Bunny ending music cue but with Porky's saying That's all folks!. evidence: http://chomikuj.pl/Nieznam123/Zwari...c5*84 gwiazdorem (1940),5841874190.mkv(video) (Please don't forget, that I only synced the 1997 dubbing version used in the Carrotblanca to the B/W print).
The Original Ending Retains Too In The US Dubbed Version
1. Interesting - besides the color differences, if one looks closely the cue mark is much smaller and more translucent in the dubbed version, and also the original version title card appears to be much more zoomed in than the dubbed version's ending card.
1995 dubbed version
2. Say, that sounds odd for the Porky drum ending. They could've re-used the same kind of altered Porky drum ending music as for the Turner-owned pre-1948 shorts instead.
Pre-1948 LT shorts were dubbed for C+ in 1996 and Carrotblanca dub was done in 1997, so they couldn't use the Carrotblanca Porky drum ending from the You Ought To Be in Pictures.
Anyways, I found also that the Laserdisc print of "Haredevil Hare", 1948 has blue borders at the opening titles, and red borders at the ending titles.
Here is the portuguese dubbed version of Porky pig cartoon short:
That's the 1998 dubbed version for Dime To Retire. You better not ask us for the rare shorts anymore, because I'm done dealing with you.
Hey guys, I messaged an admin so they can do something about Manuel.
Anyways, if some of you guys (sans manuel) wanna do a discord discussion of the Looney Tunes goofs, topics, message me.
I'm not into Discord.
Now anyways, I been wanted to ask this, is there a dubbed version for Prest-O Change-O that exist?
Of course, but it wasn't found yet online
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