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Haruhiko Jō - Voice Roles - Dubbing Roles
... The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian (Miraz (Sergio Castellitto)) Con Air (DVD edition) (Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom) Conan the Barbarian (Nippon TV edition) (Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger)) Mars Attacks ...
Jeong Mi Sook - Role - Movie Dubbing
... Harry Potter (series) (replacing Emma Watson, Korea TV Edition, SBS) The Sixth Sense (replacing Haley Joel Osment, Korea TV Edition, KBS) Interview with the Vampire (replacing Kirsten Dunst, Korea TV Edition ...
Song Do Yeong - Roles - Movie Dubbing
... Bram Stoker's Dracula (replacing Winona Ryder, Korean TV Edition, MBC) Cold Mountain (replacing Nicole Kidman, Korea TV Edition, MBC) Cool World (replacing Kim Basinger, Korea ...
Masaru Ikeda - Roles - Dubbing Roles
... A Time to Kill (Software version) (Rufus Buckley) A View to a Kill (TBS edition) (Bob Conley) Brazil (Archibald “Harry” Tuttle) Deep Rising (Television edition) (Simon Canton) Die Hard (Eddie ...
Enter The Dragon - Home Video Releases - DVD
... Workout with Bruce Lee" All regions, NTSC Warner – 30th Anniversary Special Edition (America) Aspect ratio Widescreen (2351) anamorphic Sound English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolb ... Journey" feature-length documentary, theatrical trailers, TV spots Region 1, NTSC Warner – 25th Anniversary Special Edition (America) Aspect ratio Widescreen (2351) anamorphic ... Backyard Workout with Bruce", "Bruce Lee In His Own Words", theatrical trailers, TV spots, cast and crew biographies, "Significance of Belts in Martial Arts" notes, "Heir to the Throne" – Jackie Chan notes ...

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