Manga Films (Spain) ... Interesting U.S. Titles

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  1. Dave B Ferris

    Dave B Ferris Screenwriter

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    Among the interesting U.S. titles are many films from the
    RKO Library, including several Cary Grant films.

    However, in the language specifications, some entries
    read 'English', while other entries read 'English (V.O.)'.

    Does V.O. mean voice over? If so, I'm confused. I can
    see where the Spanish audio would be a voice over,
    because the characters in the RKO films spoke
    English; thus the Spanish language would be
    dubbed. But then, why voice over the
    original English audio?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Sean Campbell

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    I think V.O simply means 'Version Original'. I bought a couple of discs from Manga about a year back ( The Quatermass Experiment & Quatermass 2 ). Both of them were in the original English and the Spanish subs were removable ( after a bit of juggling with the Spanish language menu that is )
     
  3. Dave B Ferris

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    Excellent. Hopefully, then, I'll soon be a happy owner of
    the Cary Grant film, 'The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer' on
    DVD.

    Thanks.
     

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