PERSIAN DUBBING: Cary Grant in "Arsenic and Old Lace" (1944)

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PERSIAN DUBBING: Cary Grant in "Arsenic and Old Lace" (1944)
by Darius Kadivar
06-Sep-2009
 

Cary Grant & Priscilla Lane in Frank Capra's classic Comedy "Arsenic and Old Lace". She Passed Out On Cary ! No Wonder . . . She's just discovered his favorite aunts have poisoned their 13th gentleman friend!. Starring Cary Grant, Priscilla Lane, Peter Lorre, Raymond Massey, Edward Everett Horton, Jean Adair and Josephine Hull.

A Scene with Cary Grant & Priscilla Lane In Persian:

Original Trailer in English:

Plot:

After overcoming an attack of pre-nuptial nerves, Mortimer Brewster, New York theatrical critic, confirmed bachelor and author of millions of words against marriage, weds Elaine Harper, a minister's daughter, on Halloween Day.  On their way to their Niagara Falls honeymoon, Mortimer and Elaine stop in Brooklyn, where Elaine's father lives next to Mortimer's two maiden aunts and uncle.  While Elaine breaks the news of her marriage to her conservative father, Mortimer drops in on his aunts, Abby and Martha.

In his aunts' living room, Mortimer searches for notes on his latest book, Mind Over Matrimony, and discovers a corpse in his aunts' window seat.  Immediately Mortimer assumes that his deranged uncle, who believes himself to be Teddy Roosevelt, is responsible.  To his horror, however, Abby and Martha calmly take credit for murdering Mr. Hoskins and later confess to killing not only Mr. Hoskins but eleven other men, all of whom are now buried in the cellar.  Stricken by the story of his aunts' murderous past, which began when an elderly visitor suffered a fatal heart attack in their parlor and inspired them with his peaceful repose, Mortimer tries to point out the error of their killing ways.  Instead, Abby and Martha insist that luring lonely men into their home with a "room for rent" sign and serving them elderberry wine laced with arsenic and other poisons is a charitable service ...

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Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Jamshid

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kheyli sepaas! I remember well. I have an excellent memory.

Goodnight

 


jamshid

Natalia/Kadivar

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Natalia: you got it right! To the letter!

Kadivar: This is a narration by Orson Welles. Have you heard it? Do you have the full clip (you seem to be right person to ask!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OZb2PJVxxs

 


Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Dear Jamshid

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I see.........I am sure you remember vividly the sights and scents of going to a specific theater.  Just hanging out with friends before and after going to the theater.

It does a heart good to remember some of the good in life.

 


Darius Kadivar

Glad you enjoyed it ;0)

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As Much as me when I found it.

Warm Regards and VIVE LE CINEMA !

DK


jamshid

Dear Natalia

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I think I forgot to say that the nostalgy I felt was due to hearing these actors speak in Farsi!


Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Merci Monsieur Kadivar

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I used to love watching these classic films as a child. Now, that my fever is gone maybe, I can make some popcorn and watch some of the classics.

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jamshid

Damn!

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It reminded me of Iran's summers and going to movie theaters with friends... Good old days!