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12th Aug '17 7:11:50 PM cdrood
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** Years later when Creator/DavidNiven reprised his role as Charles Litton, aka The Phantom, in ''Film/TrailOfThePinkPanther'' and ''Film/CurseOfThePinkPanther'', he was too ill for his voice to be used, so impersonator Creator/RichLittle dubbed his lines.
29th Jul '17 5:05:44 AM jormis29
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* June Foray did a bit of looping in some movies and TV shows such as all of Creator/RogerMoore's girlfriends in ''Film/TheCannonballRun'', the two Brody boys in Creator/StevenSpielberg's ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', the main boy (Rick Natoli) in ''The Perils of Pauline'' (1967), and the little boy who had been murdered and brought back from the grave in ''The Changeling'' with Creator/GeorgeCScott.

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* June Foray did a bit of looping in some movies and TV shows such as all of Creator/RogerMoore's girlfriends in ''Film/TheCannonballRun'', the two Brody boys in Creator/StevenSpielberg's ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', the main boy (Rick Natoli) in ''The ''Film/{{The Perils of Pauline'' Pauline|1967}}'' (1967), and the little boy who had been murdered and brought back from the grave in ''The Changeling'' with Creator/GeorgeCScott.
13th Jul '17 11:57:28 AM Buttbuttinate
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13th Jul '17 8:41:39 AM nightkiller
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** In "The Corbomite Maneuver," there's a scene with a very short alien (Ron Howard when he was a little kid, with a bald-cap and big eyebrows), dubbed with a deep, booming voice.

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** In "The Corbomite Maneuver," there's a scene with a very short alien (Ron (Clint Howard when he was a little kid, with a bald-cap and big eyebrows), dubbed with a deep, booming voice.
1st Jul '17 7:46:37 PM gjjones
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* In the United Kingdom, the videos from Website/BrainPOP are redubbed with local actors.
1st Jul '17 1:39:34 AM Fauna93
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*The 1980 Anime/AstroBoy series was redubbed exclusively for Canada, cutting back the violence and localizing most of the character names. Entire episode plots were changed because of the edits, and anyone who's seen the 1980 Astro Boy anime knows that's a ''lot'' of violence to edit. The voice actors were never properly credited, with Astro's actor only known after he personally came forward in later decades. This dub was never released on home video and only existed in syndication for the Global TV network, and episodes have since then become [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes extremely rare]].
16th Jun '17 9:08:31 PM luisedgarf
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** The dub of ''Film/FortySevenRonin'' use this trope to its logical conclusion, as almost all the characters are voiced by their original actors from the original version in the Japanese dub. The only replacement, other than minor characters, is the main character Kai, who is voiced by Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa.

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** The dub of ''Film/FortySevenRonin'' use this trope to its logical conclusion, as almost all the characters are voiced by their original actors from the original version in the Japanese dub. The only replacement, replacements, other than minor characters, is ar the main character Kai, who is voiced by Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa.Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa and the Shogun, voiced by Creator/TakayukiSugo in the dub, and played by the Japanese-American Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.
30th May '17 7:05:27 PM nombretomado
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* Charlie O'Donnell, longtime [[TheAnnouncer announcer]] of ''WheelOfFortune'', died in November 2010. As a result, several guest announcers stepped into the studio to fill in for him[[note]]Johnny Gilbert, Rich Fields, Jim Thornton, Lora Cain, John Cramer, Joe Cipriano[[/note]]. Since the show tapes OutOfOrder, there were still 40 episodes announced by Charlie that had not yet aired. ''Wheel'', feeling it would be "too sad to hear his voice so close to his death" and apparently not wanting to confuse viewers, dubbed Charlie over with many of the same guests who were also filling in for him in-studio. This decision also required editing, cutaways, and dubbing from Pat Sajak to remove references to Charlie.

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* Charlie O'Donnell, longtime [[TheAnnouncer announcer]] of ''WheelOfFortune'', ''Series/WheelOfFortune'', died in November 2010. As a result, several guest announcers stepped into the studio to fill in for him[[note]]Johnny Gilbert, Rich Fields, Jim Thornton, Lora Cain, John Cramer, Joe Cipriano[[/note]]. Since the show tapes OutOfOrder, there were still 40 episodes announced by Charlie that had not yet aired. ''Wheel'', feeling it would be "too sad to hear his voice so close to his death" and apparently not wanting to confuse viewers, dubbed Charlie over with many of the same guests who were also filling in for him in-studio. This decision also required editing, cutaways, and dubbing from Pat Sajak to remove references to Charlie.
11th May '17 1:56:27 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': Unlike previous films exported to Latin America, when the Spaniard voice acting was kept, the most recent movie (''Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo'') was redubbed into Mexican Spanish, in this case because the sole name of the titular bad guy, Jimmy el Cachondo, was changed in the Mexican dub, because ''Cachondo'' in Mexican Spanish means "horny", while in Spain it means "funny" instead. In Mexico it was renamed as ''Jimmy el Locuaz'' (Jimmy The Wacko).[[note]]However, the "horny" meaning of 'cachondo' is also used in Spain.[[/note]]
8th May '17 12:56:35 AM ProfessorThascales
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** In "The Corbomite Maneuver," there's a scene with a very short alien (Ron Howard when he was a little kid, with a bald-cap and big eyebrows), dubbed with a deep, booming voice.


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** There was also an episode with a flashback involving a young Cigarette-Smoking Man, who was played by a young actor but dubbed by William B. Davis.
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