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He uses the word "filthy" Oh, he's Romanian. And he has done good, but mostly for Mr. Homolka. Shut up, you filthy... Filthy what? Read more: https://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/movie_script.php?movie=congo


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I never fully understood that episode but from reading in Memory Alpha, Picard is recovering from his assimilation with the Borg. The vacation on Earth is about Picard reconnecting with his family, his past and his traditions. I believe René initially made a mistake and Picard jokingly accepted him as his Uncle. René must have realized his mistake when he ...


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He says "eight one-thousand" (counting to himself) and then... "Understand". The "understand" is a callback to what the same villain said to Robert when they picked up Alina of the street on her walk with Robert earlier in the movie. "Don't be shy. Make the call. Understand?"


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I can remember, that when the game Kinect Star Wars was dubbed to Polish, the lines where dubbed, but laughter was kept original. And it looked and sounded very bad. Answering your question: this depends on two factors. Firstly, was the sneeze originally recorded as part of the dialog lines, by the artist, or was it recorded as a sound effect by foley ...


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I'm going to stick with the Italian flavour of filming without a soundtrack since director Federico Fellini used it and information is more readily available on one celebrated international director than a dozen others with less fame. Filming without a recorded soundtrack was common among Italian filmmakers. Although I have no sourced proof, I strongly ...


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The wikipedia page for "La Strada" states (emphasis mine) As was the common practice for Italian films at the time, shooting was done without sound; dialogue was added later along with music and sound effects So it was both very common practice specially italian - many western movies were also done that way. It still happens, depending on other factors ...


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The personality of Remo is born because of his inability to be impressive. His suppressed nature triggers an alternate persona who's a lady's man and is able to easy charm the heroine. The Anniyan personality is because of the unjust corruption he experiences in his past which cost the life of his sister. The Anniyan personality believes that he is the one ...


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There is no commonality at all, except these are words the audience may or may not be familiar with (less so Bundesliga and more so lederhosen) But more importantly, sound german...which is what they were obviously making fun of. German is often made fun of for how it sounds in English speaking media. Tim Allen Gives a good example. Of course they're ...


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The meaning of the sentence is, "These lederhosen are riding up my butt." It's supposed to make kids watching the film giggle (and some adults, like me). The filmmakers didn't want to use the word "butt", so they chose a word that starts with "B" and sounds distinctly German ("Bundesliga") and is possibly familiar. They used that word instead. They expected ...


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In English, the word "Bundesliga" sounds vaguely like "bunghole", which is a word often substituted by children for "butthole". So the joke is that the lederhosen are riding up his butt. For example, "bunghole" was used extensively in Beavis and Butthead:


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In reality, MAYBE YES I said maybe because it will need ideal conditions as discussed in this Physics SE answer and this Guiness World Record.


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There are three potential approaches here. The leader's voice carries due to geography/technology/psychic connection People in the front ranks can turn around and tell those behind what's going on (more usually), the ranked masses pretty much understand what's going on and simply yell and stamp their feet when the people in front do In terms of actually ...


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