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The Episode 1.7 Italian Dubbed Free Download


La 2 aired the show in early 90's airing both Catalan and Spanish for Catalonia audience, when Antena 3 bought the rights for the show it also aired some episodes in both Catalan and Spanish for a brief period (within 1995) in Catalonia, then they dubbed four seasons.[citation needed]




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The episodes are dubbed by a team of voice actors, similar to the one that does the original. The team does about two episodes per day. In general these voice actors also do the characters who were voiced by celebrities in the American version. In the French version, on occasion, official dubbers are brought in. For instance, in the episode "The Springfield Files", where agents Mulder and Scully from The X-Files appear the voice actors who do their voices on the French version of the X-Files guest starred.


Die Simpsons is broadcast on ProSieben in Germany and on ORF1 in Austria. Until 1994, ZDF broadcast The Simpsons in Germany. The main voices are dubbed by Norbert Gastell for Homer until season 26. After he died in 2015, Christoph Jablonka replaced him from season 27. Marge was dubbed by Elisabeth Volkmann. She died in 2006, Anke Engelke became her successor. The change of the voices took place in the midst of season 17, when Volkmann's last dubbed episode was "We're on the Road to D'ohwhere" and Engelke's first dubbed episode was My Fair Laddy. Whilst Elisabeth Volkmann's voice is not so close, Engelke's voice is rather "adapted" to the original voice. Bart is dubbed by Sandra Schwittau and Lisa by Sabine Bohlmann, who also dubs Maggie. One major difference is that Homer's "D'oh!" is yelled as a fierce NEIN! ("NO!"). Whenever Homer strangles Bart, he says Na warte, du Kleiner ... ("Wait you little ...") or Du mieser Kleiner ... ("You mean little ...").


In November 2012, Liù Bosisio and Ilaria Stagni, were replaced by Sonia Scotti (Marge), and Gaia Bolognesi (Bart). Like the French and Spanish version, real and fictional characters conserve their frequent Italian voice, for example in the episode "Any Given Sundance", Woody Allen (voiced by Hank Azaria), was dubbed by his Italian voice Oreste Lionello who did the last dub of his career, in fact he died a week after the Italian airing. Many characters are voiced by guest stars, like ex-minister Ignazio La Russa who voiced Garth, the sugar industries manager, politician Alessandra Mussolini as Marge's friend Tammy, football player Francesco Totti and his wife, showgirl Ilary Blasi as Buck Mitchell and Tabitha Vixx, showgirl Valeria Marini as Mindy Simmons, Maria Grazia Cucinotta as in the original version is Francesca, sideshow Bob's wife. On July 14, 2013, Tonino Accolla, the voice for Homer Simpson, died and was replaced by Massimo Lopez. In Italian, many other catch phrases are also translated: Bart's "Eat my shorts" becomes "Ciucciati il calzino" ("Suck the sock"). When Homer tries to throttle Bart, his phrase "Why you little..." becomes "Brutto bagarospo..." ("You ugly cockroach-frog...").


Revilla also dubbed the appearance of KITT in the episode "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace", like he did in Knight Rider. There are other characters that conserve their frequent voice in Spain: like Mulder and Scully from The X-Files, or Sideshow Bob and his brother Cecil. They are dubbed by the same actors who dub Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce in Frasier. (With Cecil this only occurs in his first appearance.) In the Spanish version of The Simpsons Movie, the Tom Hanks cameo was dubbing by his habitual voice in Spain. In European Spanish, the rest of the family characters are played by Margarita de Francia (Marge), Isacha Mengíbar (Lisa) and Sara Vivas (Bart).


The Simpsons appeared for the first time in Hungary, and it was dubbed into the Hungarian language on TV3 on September 14, 1998. The series was one of the most popular shows on TV3, but this channel closed down on February 21, 2000. As a result, Viasat 3 started to broadcast new episodes starting with season 6 from September 29, 2001. In January 2008, Viasat 3 was ceased to broadcast The Simpsons, and its sister channel, Viasat 6 (then TV6) started to air reruns. In September 2008, Viasat 6 also started to air new episodes. On August 30, 2013, Viasat 6 broadcast the season finale of season 24. On February 4, 2014, the Hungarian version of Fox launched, and from season 25, Fox broadcasts new episodes of The Simpsons in Hungary on Fridays. Currently the episodes are available in Hungarian after two weeks from its original broadcast in the US.


The show was finally given an Arabic translation in September 2005, under a title that transliterates as "Al-Shamshoon" (In Arabic, الشمشون) In addition to being dubbed in Arabic (with subtitles provided for shots including written English, such as the chalkboards), references to alcohol (Duff Beer & Moe's Tavern), pork (bacon & hot dogs), and numerous other themes have been deleted or significantly modified. For instance, Homer drinks soda-pop instead of beer and eats beef sausages as opposed to pork and all references to Moe's Tavern were cut. The characters were also given typical Arabic names such as "Omar", "Mona" and "Abar" for Homer, Marge and Bart respectively as part of the retooling, while voices were provided by leading actors including Egyptian film star Mohamed Henedi as "Omar" and Hanan Tork as Lisa, and their hometown "Springfield" was called "Rabeea" (Arabic for Spring) and made it look like an American town with a major Arab population. Another major modification was that the Simpsons attended mosque instead of church to reflect an Islamic theme of the show. The series did not fare very well in the Middle East nations and only 34 of the 52 adapted episodes aired.[1]


The episodes are dubbed by a team of voice actors, similar to the one that does the original. The team does about two episodes per day. In general these voice actors also do the characters who were voiced by celebrities in the American version. In the French version, on occasion, official dubbers are brought in. For instance for the episode where Mulder and Scully from the X-Files appear the voice actors who do their voices on the French version of the X-Files guest starred.


The Simpsons has been dubbed into one single German language and are broadcasted by ProSieben in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and ORF1 in Austria. The show is named Die Simpsons and the episodes appear uncut and dubbed, with written or sung English subtitled in German. The animation of the show is not changed. In the blackboard scene, Bart reads the phrase translated. Homer's alveolar catch phrase "D'oh!" has been translated to "Nein!" (meaning "No!") rather than leaving it as the meaningless interjection that is his annoyed grunt.


Many fans of the series and the rest of the Spanish cast were very sad after the death of Carlos Revilla due to his excellent work,[8][9][10] and Antena 3 had to find a substitute for Revilla's voice (as opposed to Dan Castellaneta's).[11]Carlos Revilla also dubbed the appearance of KITT in the episode "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace", like he did in Knight Rider. Other characters voiced by their voice actors' Spanish-speaking counterparts include Mulder and Scully from the X-Files, or Sideshow Bob and his brother Cecil. They are dubbed by the same actors who dub Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce in Frasier.


When TV3 started broadcasting The Simpsons the show was not dubbed. However, in 1993, the network decided to start dubbing The Simpsons and moved the show to a more child friendly time at 6:00 p.m. After a public outrage the dubbing was dropped after only six episodes and the show was moved to a more adult time.[14] Bart was voiced by Annica Smedius and Homer by Per Sandborgh.[1] A dub of the movie was released with the The Simpsons Movie DVD.[15]


The show was finally given an Arabic translation in September 2005, under a title that transliterates as "Al-Shamshoon" (In Arabic, الشمشون) In addition to being dubbed in Arabic (with subtitles provided for shots including written English, such as the chalkboards), references to alcohol (Duff Beer & Moe's Tavern), pork (bacon & hot dogs), and numerous other themes have been deleted or significantly modified. For instance, Homer drinks soda-pop instead of beer and eats beef sausages as opposed to pork and all references to Moe's Tavern were cut.[1] The characters were also given typical Arabic names such as Omar, Mona and Abar for Homer, Marge and Bart respectively as part of the retooling, while voices were provided by leading actors including Egyptian film star Mohamed Heneidi as "Omar", and their hometown "Springfield" was called "Rabeea" (Arabic for Spring) and made it look like an American town with a major Arab population. Another major modification was that the Simpsons attended mosque instead of church to reflect an Islamic theme of the show. The series did not fare very well in the Middle East nations and only 34 of the 52 adapted episodes aired.[2]


The show was aired in Catalan by La 2, which was the first station that aired it in the whole Spain. It went by the title of Els Simpsons. It was an alternate track for the Catalan-speaking areas of Spain as opposed to the nationally distributed Spanish dub. However, less than a season was aired and it soon changed to the Spanish dub. No further episodes have been broadcasted in Catalan as only three seasons were dubbed.


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