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(YouTube)   You know that Simpsons scene when Ralph goes "duck duck duck" ad infinitum? Here it is with all its glory in 14 different languages   (youtube.com) divider line
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2022-05-23 4:01:56 PM  
I can't quite put my finger on it, but for some reason it just sounds scarier in German...
 
2022-05-23 6:00:14 PM  
After watching all of that, this is how I feel

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2022-05-23 6:50:42 PM  

8 inches: I can't quite put my finger on it, but for some reason it just sounds scarier in German...


I was wondering if there was going to be a good payoff with Bart when I got to that one
 
2022-05-23 7:21:19 PM  
I was going to say Hungarian sounds mean, but then I saw the Canadian translation.

It was totally unfamiliar, so I must assume French Canadian rather than French of France. I've never played Duck, Duck, Goose in French Canadian so it might be phonetically correct.
 
2022-05-23 7:24:18 PM  
Had to look it up. Season 16, long after they jumped the shark. So no Subby, we haven't got a farking clue what you're talking about.
 
2022-05-23 7:44:26 PM  
Czech:

The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship...........
 
2022-05-23 8:44:49 PM  
The Youtube caption says 13 languages.  Subby says 14.  I never know what to believe these days.
 
2022-05-23 8:46:29 PM  

brantgoose: I was going to say Hungarian sounds mean, but then I saw the Canadian translation.

It was totally unfamiliar, so I must assume French Canadian rather than French of France. I've never played Duck, Duck, Goose in French Canadian so it might be phonetically correct.


Hungarian sounds like adults. It's the only one that doesn't even try to sound like children. I wonder if in their version Bart and Lisa are supposed to be college students at a school for short people.
 
2022-05-23 9:01:38 PM  

Noah_Tall: brantgoose: I was going to say Hungarian sounds mean, but then I saw the Canadian translation.

It was totally unfamiliar, so I must assume French Canadian rather than French of France. I've never played Duck, Duck, Goose in French Canadian so it might be phonetically correct.

Hungarian sounds like adults. It's the only one that doesn't even try to sound like children. I wonder if in their version Bart and Lisa are supposed to be college students at a school for short people.


Lithuania and Ukraine apparently couldn't be bothered to mute the original audio before dubbing over it.
 
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2022-05-23 9:33:34 PM  
Meh. There is only one language. The language of LOVE.

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2022-05-23 10:37:20 PM  

SquonkBot: Czech:

The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship...........


I heard 'The hope is s**t',

/Loves The Dead Milkmen (Life is S**t)
//depressed?
///got a lot of pretty pills to make the voices go away
 
2022-05-23 10:56:26 PM  
I don't care about ducks anymore. It's nonsense. I'm done. Find a replacement.
 
2022-05-23 11:36:24 PM  
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2022-05-24 12:29:45 AM  
First with the Minnesota version; duck, duck, GREY DUCK! I have no idea if it's done that way in any surrounding states.
 
2022-05-24 1:52:45 AM  

8 inches: I can't quite put my finger on it, but for some reason it just sounds scarier in German...


The duck, the?
 
2022-05-24 3:07:05 AM  

SquonkBot: Czech:

The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship
The whole space ship...........


/ no

The  hopi shiat
 
2022-05-24 3:27:59 AM  

LrdPhoenix: Noah_Tall: brantgoose: I was going to say Hungarian sounds mean, but then I saw the Canadian translation.

It was totally unfamiliar, so I must assume French Canadian rather than French of France. I've never played Duck, Duck, Goose in French Canadian so it might be phonetically correct.

Hungarian sounds like adults. It's the only one that doesn't even try to sound like children. I wonder if in their version Bart and Lisa are supposed to be college students at a school for short people.

Lithuania and Ukraine apparently couldn't be bothered to mute the original audio before dubbing over it.


The Lithuanian version is actually how they do it in Poland as well. One lone guy just reads all the translated dialogue, while the original audio is left in for atmospheric context.

Why the Ukrainians left it in when they have actual voice actors I don't know. Too expensive / too complicated to obtain and mix the "music and sound effects only" version for dubbing?
 
2022-05-24 9:16:07 AM  
Theres a page on Instagram called Los Fansons that posts Spanish dub clips. Its a funny page to follow.
 
2022-05-24 3:42:25 PM  

Noah_Tall: brantgoose: I was going to say Hungarian sounds mean, but then I saw the Canadian translation.

It was totally unfamiliar, so I must assume French Canadian rather than French of France. I've never played Duck, Duck, Goose in French Canadian so it might be phonetically correct.

Hungarian sounds like adults. It's the only one that doesn't even try to sound like children. I wonder if in their version Bart and Lisa are supposed to be college students at a school for short people.


Weirdly, the Hungarian one is the only one to use actual child actors instead of adults putting on a child's voice.
 
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