There is a scene in Rapsittie Street Kids where the grandmother of the main character would show up, but her dialogue is almost gibberish. Here is an example:

The movie had a lot of high-profile voice actors, so this was not a simple mistake. Was this an audio issue in the movie copies or was there something bigger like perhaps the actress wanted to be no part of the work? Who was the actress who voiced this character?

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    This kind of stylistic decision will have been made by the director, not the voice actor. And it is definitely not a production or copying error (the former because the final version will have been watched many times before release, the latter because that's just not possible, or even statistically likely.) Dec 10, 2017 at 14:21

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According to one of the Producers' daughters in an interview, the grandmother's dialogue was the result of corrupted audio files and no one caught the error in time.

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    Hi, Welcome to Movies and TV. While this has a bit to improve, this is a good start on a great answer. To make this a better answer, it'll be better if you can edit your question to include the quotes from the interview, and little more information. Have a nice stay here :)
    – Vishwa
    Nov 28, 2018 at 3:56

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