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Dub localization Dubbing is often used to localize a foreign movie. The new voice track is usually spoken by a voice artistor voice actor. In many countries, actors who regularly perform this duty remain little-known, with the exception of particular circles such as anime fandom or when their voices have become synonymous with roles or actors whose voices they usually dub.
In the United States, many of these voice artists may employ pseudonyms or go uncredited due to Screen Actors Guild regulations or the desire to dissociate themselves from the role. Especially in comedies and animated movies, famous local actors may be hired to perform the dubbing, as their names are intended to attract a local audience; the entire cast may be dubbed by a local cast of similar familiarity.
Europe Dubbing only for children: Otherwise solely subtitles Mixed areas: Countries using occasionally full-cast dubbing otherwise solely subtitles Voice-over: Countries using usually one or just a couple of voice actors whereas the original soundtrack persists.
Movies and TV shows intended for children are generally dubbed with a full-cast dubbing as well General dubbing: Countries using exclusively a full-cast dubbing, both for films and for TV series Belgium: Flemish speaking regions occasionally produce own dialect dubbing versions otherwise solely subtitles.
The French speaking region of Wallonia uses a full-cast dubbing in French language including films and TV series as well. For movies in cinemas with clear target audiences both below and above 10—11 years of ageboth a dubbed and a subtitled version are usually available.
Netherlands Edit In the Netherlands, for the most part, Dutch versions are only made for children's and family films. Animated movies are shown in theaters with Dutch dubbing, but usually those cinemas with more screening rooms also provide the original subtitled version, such as movies like Finding NemoShrek the Third and WALL-E.
Belgium Edit In the Dutch speaking part of Belgium Flandersmovies and TV series are shown in their original language with subtitleswith the exception of most movies made for a young audience. In the latter case, sometimes separate versions are recorded in the Netherlands and in Flanders for instance, several Walt Disney films and Harry Potter films.
These dubbed versions only differ from each other in their use of different voice actors and different pronunciation, while the text is almost the same. In the French speaking part of Belgium, the range of French-dubbed versions is approximately as wide as the German range, where nearly all movies and TV series are dubbed.
United Kingdom Edit In the United Kingdomthe vast majority of foreign language films are subtitled, although mostly animated films and TV programmes are dubbed in English.
These usually originate from North Americaas opposed to being dubbed locally.
When airing films on television, channels in the UK often choose subtitling over dubbing, even if a dubbing in English exists.
It is also a fairly common practice for animation aimed at preschool children to be re-dubbed with British voice actors replacing the original voices, although this is not done with shows aimed at older audiences. Ireland Ireland usually receives the same film versions as the UK. Animated movies are shown in theaters with Romanian dubbing.
However, those cinemas with more screening rooms usually also provide the original subtitled version. Such was the case for movies like BabeAtlantis: Other foreign TV shows and movies are shown in the original language with Romanian subtitles.
Subtitles are usually preferred in the Romanian market. According to "Special Eurobarometer " graph QA However, according to the same Eurobarometer, virtually no Romanian found this method—watching movies in their original version—to be the most efficient way to learn foreign languages, compared to 53 percent who preferred language lessons at school.
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