Some American Movies with Spanish Dubbing
Hola, mis amigos!
In a previous post, I had mentioned that I have found it helpful to watch American movies with Spanish dubbing -- particularly if it is a movie that I know well, and I don't mind sitting through over and over again. While most movies have a French language track (so that it can be sold in Canada), Spanish dubbing can be difficult to find. (Note, that some films provide Spanish subtitles, not dubbing. I don't care for this, too much).
Anyhow, here are some of my favorite American movies that I have found with a Spanish dubbing. If you purchase any of these, be sure to read the fine print on the back of the DVD's, since the copy you find may or may not have it. This can be tricky. . . Good luck!
The Wizard of Oz,
The Caine Mutiny,
When Harry Met Sally,
Weekend at Bernies,
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,
Mary Poppins (even the songs are sung in Spanish), and
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
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