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Can’t distinctly hear one line of a dialog

Postby sovtransavto » Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:41 pm

I’m making a translation of the ‘Ray Bradbury Theater’ series. In the episode called ‘The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone’ there is one line in a dialog that I can’t distinctly hear.

I uploaded the video of that scene to Youtube. It’s only 12 seconds long. ...

Below there is a transcript of what I can and cannot hear.

‘Last Sunrise’ was his best!
‘No, no! ‘Contempt of Court’’

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Re: Can’t distinctly hear one line of a dialog

Postby Joe » Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:23 pm

I *think* I hear "I'll vote??? to that - old??? lovers - young??? concerns" but it doesn't make sense. Is he quoting the title(s) of some other book(s)?

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