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Are they still done that way?  I thought there was a shift in the late
eighties or early nineties.

Scott

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> Well actually ALL Italian films are dubbed even when they're released in
> Italian since they're shot MOS (without sound).  Which shouldn't be that
> big a deal since most Hollywood films have extensive post-production
> looping (a fancy way of saying a lot of dubbing).  Still, you might check
> Quinn's autobiography to see what he says about making the film.
>
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> inauthentic be created in Rome, in which plaster
> casts of all the antiquities that had been
> discovered could be displayed." - Moatti, Search
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