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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Wolfgang » 02 Aug 2009, 05:17

Oscar Spain wrote:
Lucky Star wrote:Those film clips certainly look interesting. I didn't know that films had been made in Spain.

Lucky Star, the film clips are not from spanish films. They´re from Swedish fims, the same I sent to you yesterday in the afternoon!!

De 5 og spionerne -> Five adventuring again.
De 5 i fedtefadet -> Five get into trouble.

Hi Oscar,

I'm quite sure they're Danish, not Swedish, and De 5 i fedtefadet is a Danish/German co-production. Members of the Enid Blyton Yahoo group are able to find a text-file with the German dubbing of this film and its translation into English in the files section.

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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Oscar Spain » 02 Aug 2009, 07:03

Hi Wolfgang!
Yes, you are true, the films are danish!
Thank you my friend!
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Wolfgang » 19 Oct 2014, 06:41

Tony Summerfield wrote:
Just to explain the appearance on one of the exhibition tables of a number of items from the TV Adventure series as it must have puzzled some as to why they were there. I already knew that Esra Cafer was not going to be able to come and when I also heard on Friday afternoon that Margaret Conroy was unwell, I had to find another item for the programme. I decided to show a 45 minute video that I have on the Making of the Adventure Series in New Zealand. As this was given to me by Cloud 9 and has never been commercially released I didn't think that anyone would have seen it. It is quite interesting as it goes through the whole process of casting, set building and filming. As things turned out time was against us and we were running late, so we decided to scrap it - but maybe one day! :roll:


Is it the one you find on the English DVD-set now?
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Tony Summerfield » 19 Oct 2014, 10:50

I am sure that is probably right, Wolfgang. Of course the post of mine that you quote from was made in 2009 and at that time no DVDs had been released. I do have the Adventure set myself but not the Secret set, but I think both sets were released in either Australia or New Zealand, possibly both, but not here in the UK.
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Wolfgang » 19 Oct 2014, 15:36

I should have clarified myself - when I wrote "English" I meant the DVD-set with English dubbing. The DVD-set in German doesn't feature any extras, not even English dubbing.
Yes, the DVD-sets were released much later, and the set with English dubbing includes a making-of.
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Tony Summerfield » 19 Oct 2014, 17:20

They haven't got English 'Dubbing', Wolfgang, they were made in English in the first place, if anything it would have been the German versions that would have been dubbed.
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Jack400 » 20 Oct 2014, 00:23

I was so excited - until I saw the year.
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Moonraker » 20 Oct 2014, 17:09

Me too! I didn't see 2009 until I'd opened the thread! :roll:
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Wolfgang » 20 Oct 2014, 18:35

Is "DVD-set with English soundtrack" the right description?
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Re: Enid Blyton Day 2009

Postby Anita Bensoussane » 20 Oct 2014, 22:06

I suppose you could say "with English soundtrack" or "with English audio" or simply "in English".
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