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Red Beard Subtitles English

To me the BFI release looks quite good. Perhaps slightly darker, but just as sharp as the magnificent Criterion. Charles tells me there is some print damage and speckling, but it is not intrusive. The BFI release has burnt in subs that suggest a different translation from the Criterion release. Although single lines appear outside the image area and double lines have one in and one on the image, they are 16X9 friendly. The BFI menu has a background loop of clips from the film with music from main theme with the option to play film with 5 min intervals. There is some very slight cropping in the BFI release, but I find it negligible. There are some short Extra features. Overall a very good release from BFI! ***Once again the Criterion is obviously superior in every way. The Mei Ah version is one of their better efforts probably the best Kurosawa from them that I have seen. The same can be said for the Criterion which may be their best Kurosawa DVD production. The biggest failing of the Mei Ah disc are the subtitles. Apparently the Japanese dialogue was translated into Chinese, then the Chinese translated into English - so there are flaws. Also the spelling is poor and the image is badly cropped on the top and bottom as well as contrast boosted. The Mei Ah is a DVD 10 - two sides/single layered. The Criterion is a superb DVD. The film has barely a nick or scratch and has wonderful smooth contrast and shadow detail, often in a very muted, soft appearance while still maintaining sharpness. There is an appropriate intermission and the Extras include Donald Richie liner notes and commentary by Stephen Prince which goes into great detail about Kurosawa's visual technique. I'm very proud to own this one. - Gary W. Tooze

Red Beard subtitles English

Toho was originally slated to release Red Beard during the New Year's holiday season, but it was delayed,[17] forcing producer Tomoyuki Tanaka to produce Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster, instead.[18] The film was eventually given a roadshow theatrical release in Japan by Toho on April 3, 1965, and was released throughout Japan on April 24, 1965.[1] The film earned 400 million,[6] with 361.59 million in distributor rental earnings,[19] making it was one of the highest-grossing Japanese films of 1965.[6] Toho International released the film to theaters in the United States with English subtitles in January 1966, and it was reissued by Frank Lee International in December 1968.[1] In 1978, the film received a theatrical release in France, and sold 200,402 tickets during its theatrical run.[20] The film was screened at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival in 2015.[21]

Languages Available in: The download links above has Red Beard (Akahige)subtitles in Arabic, Big 5 Code, English, Farsi Persian, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Japanese, Portuguese, Vietnamese Languages.

Sarah manages to flee a man who has wanted her dead for a long time, and finds herself very, very far from Quebec City, in the lost Canadian village of Fatale-Station. The presence of this foreigner in this pretty but frozen little village transforms the people who live there. Nobody comes to Fatale-Station without having something to hide. In French with English subtitles.Binge Fatale-Station: 10 episodes. Expires: 8/31/23

Olivia Alessandri opens a law firm to defend lost cases, redress injustice and bring justice. In Season 1, five years after her own revenge, Olivia Alessandri continues to fight the worst injustice. In French with English subtitles.Binge Olivia: six episodes. Expires: 8/31/23

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Based on the novels by Olov Svedelid. Roland Hassel (Ola Rapace, Together) is a street-smart detective fighting increased levels of crime in Stockholm, Sweden. When his father figure is brutally murdered, Hassel leads a task force to avenge his death. In Swedish with English subtitles.Binge Hassel: 10 episodes. Expires: 9/30/23

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This is the third installment in a four video interview series with Tim Schmoyer, the YouTube personality behind VideoCreators and ReelSEO. If you missed our first two videos, we focused on the values of adding captions to your YouTube videos and easy solutions for doing so. To continue the discussion, Tim and Tole Khesin of 3Play Media, a video transcription and captioning company, bring up another important aspect of captioning: translation. We noticed a lot of people in the comments asking about subtitles for YouTube videos, so hopefully this will answer some of your questions.

English language captions are a great starting point for creating subtitles. Once a caption file exists, you can translate it into a number of languages and create subtitle files. 80% of YouTube views come from outside the United States, so expanding your presence across different languages could make for a much broader audience.

It does make sense to translate your videos and add English subtitles, assuming you are trying to rank in an English market. If your videos would not benefit from an English-speaking audience, then it is less important.

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Instinct (R) Director: Jon Turteltaub. With Anthony Hopkins, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Donald Sutherland, Maura Tierney. (126 min.) ++ Looking like Hannibal Lecter with a beard, Hopkins plays another demented scientist a primate researcher whos killed some African park rangers and Gooding plays an ambitious psychiatrist who wants to learn why he did it. Both stars have high-octane moments, but too many of the storys ideas are borrowed from better pictures. Call it The Silence of the Gorillas. +++ Intriguing concept, thought-provoking, nice acting. Sex/Nudity: None. Violence: 9 instances, ranging from gun shootings and beatings to face slaps. Profanity: 8 expressions. Drugs: 3 instances.

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