Discussion in 'TV Central' started by Ms. Paige, Sep 12, 2016.
Also, if you continue with another Julio series then you won't have to change your lovely avatar
Spoiler: Gran Hotel
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Ah, yes, the crossbow certainly distinguished Tell from Robin and his longbow.
The Golden Girls.
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Dynasty - season 8 (the final 3 episodes)
Yes they were! I enjoyed them immensely. Now to finish the Versace series and then to start Cable Girls.
M*A*S*H and The Golden Girls.
Dempsey and Makepeace series 2.
Sounds like a great crossover episode.
Dempsey and Makepeace series 3.
DeGrassi: Next Class - season 2, episode 10
@Willie Oleson I'm having a dilemma! I started to watch the first episode of Cable Girls and instead of subtitles, it's dubbed in English. I far prefer subtitles and being able to hear the original language. Dubbing makes it seem so cheesy. I want to watch the series, but I don't know if I can handle the dubbing.
Oh, that's not a good thing, Jason. Still, I'd rather watch a Spanish movie dubbed in English than an English movie dubbed in Spanish but that's really the only positive thing I can think of.
I'm not familiar with the concept because foreign tv programmes are never dubbed in Dutch language (except for children's programmes of course, you can't expect little children to read subtitles).
Are you sure it's not optional to change the spoken language?
Also...does our "Julio" look less handsome in English?
Cable Girls: season 1, episode 1
You're a genius. Thank you Willie. I've got it set for Spanish with English subtitles now. Dilemma resolved.
No, but he sounded way less handsome in English. Julio's name is now Francisco and he's a fancy business man now.
De nada, Señor Jason!
VELVET S1 Ep1
It's not very good, I'm afraid. The characters are flat, no personalities whatsoever.
No references to the show's country or its customs. This wasn't an issue when I watched Gran Hotel, because of it's location and that particular period.
But this is a business in the centre of Madrid, and apparently nothing is going on outside the walls of the Velvet building, which gives the show a claustrophobic daytime soap feel.
They made no effort to make the lead couple a compelling and convincing Romeo & Juliet, and since that romance carries most of the 60 90-minutes episodes I'm even less interested to watch more episodes.
Maybe it's time to continue with the SISTERS dvds.
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