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Subtitles for Fox and Wolf (1958)

December 23 2023 06:19:47
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Rhyming Russian expressions have generally been translated into rhyming English expressions with similar meanings.

At 4:57, the wolf uses the Russian expression "bread and salt" (implying both a polite greeting and a hint of "can I have some food?"), and the fox replies with "I've got my own and I'm eating it. You stand further back". It was translated into the rough English equivalent that rhymes: "Enjoying your meal?" / "A great deal, now stand back, don't be a heel!".

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