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Phil C
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Post by Phil C » 18 Dec 2002 20:42

Any kind souls out there who can help me obtain a copy of German languageStalingrad that plays on British VCRs I have a dubbed copy but frankly its awful. Cheers.

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Post by Dan Reinbold » 18 Dec 2002 22:07

Try the following:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... 55-9243803

I hope this helps...

Dan

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Post by Phil C » 18 Dec 2002 22:24

Thanks for trying Dan but i think it refers to the dubbeb version ill try a search and hope to find it that way.

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Post by kobold » 20 Dec 2002 09:35

me too been looking for a while- i dont have a credit card so online is no use..
-the only copies i have seen on dvd have been dubbed, theres no meniton on the covers of subtitles etc, and the so called knowledgable staff in these places dont have aclue about subtitled films.


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Post by PHK » 22 Dec 2002 01:17

Greetings,this is my 1st post.The only video of Stalingrad I have seen is dubbed (badly as you say).I have the DVD however which has both English and the original German soundtrack.This is a region 0 DVD so works in all regions.ISBN 1-57252-328-x according to the cover.The German soundtrack is much more accurate on terminology IMHO and some sound effects seem altered as well.For example the troops are correctly refered to as "Sturmpioniere" as opposed to "Stormtroopers".Hope this helps.

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