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Delivery Boy
« on: 09-27-2003 14:26 »

My curiosity overwhelms me so, in "A Leela of her Own" when Leela is filming the Bean Bay Beans commercials, and for the second shooting Bender accepts for her, what does she say if you change the dialouge track to Spanish?

Starship Captain
« Reply #1 on: 09-28-2003 07:45 »

Not sure, but there is a comment/joke about it on the commentary.
Unca Dave
« Reply #2 on: 09-28-2003 20:10 »

According to the box, only English and French soundtracks are on the disc, at least for the UK version.  In addition, my player could only find an English soundtrack for this particular episode.  Lo siento much.  Wanna bet there'll be a Spanish soundtrack availabe on the US version, though?

Evil Fox Exec

Bending Unit
« Reply #3 on: 09-29-2003 12:22 »

In the same vein, it's also interesting what they did in the French version for A Clone of My Own.  In the French version, the machine doesn't say bonjour, but says hello in German....Guten Tag!

« Reply #4 on: 10-08-2003 03:46 »
« Last Edit on: 10-08-2003 03:46 »

There is a Castilian Spanish version, which comes together with the German version (you can get it either through www.fnac.es  or www.amazon.de ). Region 2, and all that.

I own the season 3 set with the Castilian Spanish dubbing (it also includes German dubbing). In that particular episode, when you listen to it in Spanish, Leela simply says her line in perfect Castilian Spanish (the original has her saying her lines with an exaggerated American accent) and the director of the ad speaks with a Mexican accent. That's all   smile I guess it was a bit of a cop-out, but well... C'est la vie!

(In an unrelated subject, the Castilian Spanish dubbing of both "Futurama" and "The Simpsons" is awesomely good. I know for sure that in 2000 they won an international prize for best dubbing).


Bending Unit
« Reply #5 on: 10-08-2003 07:50 »

Originally posted by Evil Fox Exec:In the French version, the machine doesn't say bonjour, but says hello in German....Guten Tag!

Those bastards!  mad
Well it would have made no sense if it still said "bonjour" but they could at least have chosen err... some other language.  big grin
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