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* Schot voor een dollar, Een ([[T'ammazzo! - Raccomandati a Dio]])
 
* Schot voor een dollar, Een ([[T'ammazzo! - Raccomandati a Dio]])
 
* Slag om Fort Holman, De ([[Ragione per vivere e una per morire, Una |Una ragione per vivere e una per morire]])
 
* Slag om Fort Holman, De ([[Ragione per vivere e una per morire, Una |Una ragione per vivere e una per morire]])
* Smaak van het geweld, De ([[Goût de la violence, Le|Le goà»t de la violence]])
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* Smaak van het geweld, De ([[Goût de la violence, Le|Le goût de la violence]])
 
* Sta of ik schiet ([[Su le mani, cadavere! Sei in arresto]])
 
* Sta of ik schiet ([[Su le mani, cadavere! Sei in arresto]])
  

Latest revision as of 10:48, 1 July 2016

As in most countries, the Dutch speaking countries (The Netherlands and Belgium) also labeled foreign movies with domestic titles. This lasted well into the eighties. It is not common procedure anymore, but occasionally they still can be found on new dvd-releases of older movies. A good example of that are the movies of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, to which (older) people still refer using the Dutch title.

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Dutch spaghetti dictionary

  • aasgier (vulture)
  • bastaard (bastard)
  • bloedig (bloody)
  • doden (to kill)
  • dood (dead, death)
  • doodskist (coffin)
  • duivel (devil)
  • genade (mercy)
  • geweld (violence)
  • kogel (bullet)
  • slag (battle)
  • schieten (to shoot)
  • sterven (to die)
  • vuist (fist)
  • wraak (revenge)
  • wreker (avenger)
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