Meet Me in St. Louis evaluation action

2022-10-14 16:14
It is really surprising that the films translated by the translation department of Shangshi can appear in the ranks of translation classics. Judging from the dubbing list, almost all the dubbing actors of the dubbing department participated in the dubbing of the play. Among them are not only the wonderful performances of the familiar old actors Zhang Huan and Ni Kang, but also the performances of the young actors are also excellent. In addition, the dubbing of the role of grandpa is Mr. Yu Ding, the late famous dubbing actor of Shanghai Translation. It really makes me very emotional to hear his voice again. This translated classic adopts the three-region version issued by Warner Company in Taiwan, and the translation quality of Chinese subtitles is guaranteed. In terms of picture quality, this 60-year-old film has been digitally restored with bright colors and a very good degree of restoration. This film contains a lot of tidbits. In addition to the recap of the director's daughter in the feature film, the content in the tidbit is enough for fans of musicals to study for a while. Also, if you're obsessed with Judy Garen's role in The Wizard of Oz, it's a no-brainer to own this film.
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Meet Me in St. Louis quotes

  • Rose Smith: Money. I hate, loathe, despise and abominate money.

    Mr. Alonzo Smith: You also spend it.

  • Esther Smith: Oh, Katie, they were just little white lies.

    Katie (Maid): A lie's a lie. Dressin' it in white don't help it. And just why was I lying this time? Why must we have dinner an hour early?

    Esther Smith: Because Rose is expecting...

    Katie (Maid): Now don't go blaming your sister.

    Esther Smith: Blaming her? Why, we're doing this for her. You know Rose's problem. Warren Sheffield has been writing to her for six months without one word that even smells like a proposal.

    Katie (Maid): What's that got to do with having dinner an hour early?

    Esther Smith: Warren is telephoning Rose long-distance from New York at half-past six.

    Katie (Maid): Long-distance?

    Esther Smith: Yes, and if the whole family is sitting here drinking in every word, she may be loathe to say the things a girl's compelled to say to get a proposal out of a man. If that man, unfortunately, is Warren Sheffield.

    Katie (Maid): Personally, I wouldn't marry a man who proposed to me over an invention.

    Esther Smith: Well, we can't be too particular. While we love Rose, the brutal fact is that, well, she isn't getting any younger.

    Katie (Maid): There's the poor old maid now!

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