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), Earthquake (1974), Towering Inferno (1974), Heat Wave! (1974), Airport 75, Jaws (1975), The Deep (1977), The Concorde... Airport 79, Plague (1979), etc. to provide the same context to the title we … have. Even if the non-domestic audiences knew the Hollywood movies by the U.S. title, those audiences did not experience the onslaught of "me too" television disaster movies inspired by the 1970s movies …
answered Jun 19 '13 by wallyk
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The movie's producers are responsible for each title. There are several considerations: How well they believe a title will attract an audience Whether the title resembles any title ever used … before in that region How well the title matches the movie's content based on cultural traditions in that market The title is one of the most important aspects of marketing. The big studios have offices …
answered Jun 26 '13 by wallyk