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« #30 : February 22, 2010, 09:43:33 PM »

Some recent talk on the other Colizzi thread (Ace High) about different dubs.

What's the story on the two different English dubs for God Forgives... I Don't?

My uncut copy has Terence Hill speaking in a high nasally voice whereas the cut (?) pan & scan version on Encore westerns gives Hill's character a much more appropriate baritone voice.

What's the purpose of having two different english dubs in the same movie?

Is this situation anything like the one with A Reason To Live, A Reason To Die?




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« #31 : February 23, 2010, 01:47:18 AM »

I suppose they were made for TV.




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« #32 : February 23, 2010, 02:14:04 AM »

Some recent talk on the other Colizzi thread (Ace High) about different dubs.

What's the story on the two different English dubs for God Forgives... I Don't?

My uncut copy has Terence Hill speaking in a high nasally voice whereas the cut (?) pan & scan version on Encore westerns gives Hill's character a much more appropriate baritone voice.

What's the purpose of having two different english dubs in the same movie?

Is this situation anything like the one with A Reason To Live, A Reason To Die?

Interesting. What DVD do you have? I have the Dutch filmworks one which if I remember gives him the lower voice.

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« #33 : February 23, 2010, 04:06:27 AM »

off topic a bit, but I've always heard that there are two dubs of Volonte for "A Bullet For The General" one where its his Fistful and FAFDM voice dubber and the other is the Anchor Bay R1 dub.


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« #34 : February 23, 2010, 05:18:55 AM »

off topic a bit, but I've always heard that there are two dubs of Volonte for "A Bullet For The General" one where its his Fistful and FAFDM voice dubber and the other is the Anchor Bay R1 dub.

Yes, the German Koch DVD includes both of them. The better one I think is the one not included on the Anchor Bay release. I remember this already being discussed somewhere else - possibly under the Bullet for the General thread.

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« #35 : February 24, 2010, 07:12:53 PM »

Interesting. What DVD do you have? I have the Dutch filmworks one which if I remember gives him the lower voice.

I have the same dvd.
I'd check it again because he's got a very nasally voice.

Is it possible Dutch Filmworks released different dvds over the years?

Mine has a screencap of A Fistful Of Dollars on the back cover.

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« #36 : February 26, 2010, 03:20:30 PM »

I have the same dvd.
I'd check it again because he's got a very nasally voice.

Is it possible Ditch Filmworks released different dvds over the years?

Mine has a screencap of A Fistful Of Dollars on the back cover.

I had never noticed that FOD screencap before!  ;D ;D

The DVD is actually not a bad print and Dutch Filmworks is a reputable company so that's pretty bad

As for Hill's dubbing, I wouldn't call it particularly high and nasal but I do see what you're getting at. I'm wondering what the other dubbing is like because personally I think the dubbing here is pretty bad. It's a shame really because you can see that Hill is speaking English on set.

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« #37 : February 26, 2010, 03:35:12 PM »

This has got me thinking...

I can now list three Spaghetti Westerns that have two versions of their English audio:

1. A Bullet for the General
2. A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die
3. God Forgives... I Don't

I wonder how many others there are?


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« #38 : March 03, 2010, 07:01:57 PM »

I had never noticed that FOD screencap before!  ;D ;D

The DVD is actually not a bad print and Dutch Filmworks is a reputable company so that's pretty bad

As for Hill's dubbing, I wouldn't call it particularly high and nasal but I do see what you're getting at. I'm wondering what the other dubbing is like because personally I think the dubbing here is pretty bad. It's a shame really because you can see that Hill is speaking English on set.


This is the other dub...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtSOjfNmuis&feature=related

Much more baritone without being too deep.

Seems like everybody else has the same voice (Wolff uses his own) from the original dub.
I guess they went back and changed Hill's lousy dub.




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« #39 : March 03, 2010, 07:08:48 PM »

2. A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die

The above had a reason for having two dubs. Coburn only did a dub for the cut North American version.
They got Michael Forest (who is mostly known for dubbing Maurizio Merli in dozens of films) to do Coburn's voice for the uncut international English dub.

What's the excuse for the other two titles?




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