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Old April 08, 2011, 02:11 AM
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En otro orden de cosas, me gustaría señalar que aunque parezca una contradicción, en España, las películas extrangeras dobladas al castellano, tienen una mejor pronunciación y vocalización que las películas rodadas directamente en castellano. Es decir, los actores de doblaje en España pronuncian mucho mejor que los actores de cine y televisión en general. De hecho, aquí, el atractivo físico de los actores y actrices es inversamente proporcional a la calidad de su declamación
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Else, is it an order?
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