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Rendezvous(1935)

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  • rendezvous sound dubbing

    • ron shecklen
    • 7/29/15

    just saw the film on TBS and noticed the dubbing too. more than 2 times. Was it done in 1935 or later?? the production was delayed and a new ending written, anything to do with that??

    • 12/4/11

  • dubbed lines?

    • Renee
    • 12/4/11

    Just finished watching Rendezvous and noticed some strange things. There are two instances where William Powell's words are dubbed in another voice, once in lab and then in the restaurant when he is leaving with Binnie Barnes. In a scene with Rosalind Russell, outside of the restaurant where she is to meet Cesar Romero, first off Powell is pressing his nose to the glass looking inside, it looks as if Romero is going to react, but the scene cuts to Rosalind saying something. Also when she mentions that she is meeting the man in the ....... uniform, you can not understand what country she says, it seems purposely garbled. I found one other mention of these things online, but could not find anywhere that may explain why. Anybody have any guesses?

  • Fascinating Tutorial on Encoding/Decoding

    • Bartree
    • 12/3/11

    Was very pleasantly surprised to find this film.Great teaming of Roz & Bill.Entertaining,but still a very relevant subject.

  • "The Fire Trap" DVD NOT "Rendezvous" DVD

    • Cathy Randazzo
    • 7/9/09

    Upon the recommendation of TCM, I recently had my sister purchase the DVD "The Fire Trap" thinking it was "Rendezvous" with William Powell. It is obviously NOT. This movie stars Norman Foster, Evalyn Knapp, Sidney Blackmer, Oscar Apfel. I will be contacting your customer service to refund my sister's money. Was "Rendezvous" ever released on video or DVD? If not, TCM should place this movie on their schedule. Thank you.

  • MIX-UP?

    • cindy
    • 9/16/08

    WHILE LOOKING UP THE MOVIE "RENDEZVOUS",THE MOVIE "THE FIERY TRAP" COMES UP ON THERIGHT SIDELINE. (???) SO HOW DOES ONEGO ABOUT ORDERING THE MOVIE "RENDEZVOUS"?

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