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knight

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the new sounds added by dubbing

give a nickname to

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raise (someone) to knighthood

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The Perfect Murder,'' a remake of the classic ``Dial M for Murder'' with Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow, isn't dubbed yet.
Around the time of their arrest, the graceful, athletic duo - he a wrestling champ and she a standout soccer player in high school - were being dubbed a modern Bonnie and Clyde.
Henedy is one of the dubbing stars, as he dubbed the voices of Timon, Mike Wazowski and Homer Simpson for the Egyptian versions of 'The Lion King,' 'Monsters, Inc.
Dubbed audio is essential to extend the global reach of entertainment content and to fulfill consumer expectations in certain territories.
It was unfortunate, but there are some times when you have to take certain kind of decisions," Asgar said in Mumbai on Monday at the screening of Hollywood film Despicable Me 3 for which he dubbed for two characters.
In Germany major film productions often get dubbed as well as subtitled, both for theatrical release (cinema) and DVD (Digital Versatile Disc).
Incidentally, Karnataka and West Bengal are the only two states in the country where other language movies cannot be dubbed into Kannada and Bengali, respectively.
Because many people look down on dubbed productions, she wanted to shed a light on how difficult this job is.
Meanwhile, in West Bengal, the film is facing problem with the dubbed version.
In 2007, only 77% of the Hollywood studio movies were dubbed in Quebec.
But in a real catch 22, the program often cannot be sold if it's not dubbed first.
As if 38 takes to record two lines (as a newsreader) wasn't embarrassing enough, the band called to say I'd been dubbed.
The most exciting moment is a dub version of the riddim that houses Dawn Penn's "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" and "Gready G"--no doubt a slightly dubbed out nod to some of the funky excellence coming from foreign at the time.
CALL OF THE DUB- Album version of the last single, Call Of the Wild, in a more dubbed out style.
Western Mail film reviewer Gary Slaymaker, who also presents a film programme on S4C, said the channel had previously dubbed clips of sports stars in programmes on soccer and rallying.