undubbed

undubbed

(ʌnˈdʌbd)
adj
(Film) (of a film etc) not dubbed
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She also notes that, while some of these films garner massive popular success (even attracting huge audiences undubbed in Africa and other places--a bit of evidence she calls on in support of her contention that the oral structures of the genre work across cultures), many, perhaps 80% "fail dismally at the box office" (p.
The undubbed Apartment Tapes include Holly's raw versions of Peggy Sue Got Married and Crying Waiting Hoping.
By insisting the actor's dialogue be voiced completely in the Aboriginal language Ganalbingu, and remain undubbed even for foreign markets, de Heer subtly emphasises the 'Other-ness' of the entirely indigenous cast and the European-ness of the anticipated audience (see Starrs, D.
The 2003 rule change that now requires that the film be considered on the basis of its original and undubbed soundtrack disqualified Michael Haneke's Austrian entry, "Cache," this year (filmed, as has been the Austrian-born Haneke's practice for several years, in French with primarily French actors), while Haneke's "The Piano Teacher" --also in French--qualified for Austria in 2002 on the basis of its German-dubbed version.
This key inhabitant of the elusive, authentic America, this film god of my Vienna childhood, this Manhattan white-tie deity, live in the undubbed flesh just a few hundred yards away?
It was asserted by some that |for reason of state' and |because they were head of the chivalry' and its incarnation, kings and the sons of kings, though undubbed themselves, could nevertheless dub others to knighthood.