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  1. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    Its one of David Chiang best IMO and because I'm a dubbed fan I wanted to share this clip!! Bonus Disciples Of The 36th Chamber
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  3. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    Naturally...:\
  4. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    Also, better than Monkey Fist, Floating Snake... I really can't stand that dub, I love the movie though.
  5. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    I whole heartedly agree! I love it too...
  6. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    You'd be surprised my friend, you'll be duly surprised. As for the British/Australian to American transition, it's an interesting theory, but I've never heared anyone make such grossly disproportionate adulteration of accent misrepresentation, so I tend to believe it isn't true. I've also met a few people that have actually met the dubbers in real life and they say they actually speak like that. In the end, who knows.
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    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    "Couldn't get the second clip to work, but wasn't that impressed with the first one. The guy that dubs Ti Lung is the clown that puts 'r's into every word. "My Mar and Par in Chiner"...etc... Couldn't ever choose to listen to that over the Mandarin dub." I noticed that too, but then I realised that most of people do that in real life. He just happens to accentuate them a little more. It only adds to being an authentic dub to me, besides it's not a competition of how often the dubbers read the dictionary, as long as the voice suits the character and they don't speak in a horrendous accent. I'm happy. It's a shame we couldn't pick at the pronunciation mistakes in the Mandarin too. :rollin
  8. Abbot Flash

    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)

    I could never understand why some fans dislike dubs.These 2 are superb dubs old school style.
  9. Another one to check out is this one.
  10. This is a movie that seem to have not surficed much but its quite good. Enjoy!!
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