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31 May 2018, 9:45 pm

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Quita tus garras de mi!

Tu mono sucio maldito!


"Get your claws off of me, you damn dirty ape."

Planet of the Apes?

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"Solo soy un producto de tu imaginación."


"Get your paws off me..." Not claws. But basically that's right. Its Charlton Heston.

"I am just a figment of your imagination". Or a product of your imagination.

Don't know what movie that's from.



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11 Jun 2018, 3:19 pm

^^

The quote is right and is from the Men In Black films.

When MIB agents want people to forget about them, they put on sunglasses, hold a memory-wipe device in front of a person's face, and before activating the device, the agents say "I am just a figment of your imagination."

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13 Jun 2018, 8:33 pm

Me encanta el olar dela misma por la manana.

Para mi huele coma a..... Victoria!



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20 Jun 2018, 3:35 pm

^^

The movie is Apocalypse Now and the quote is:

"I love the smell of napalm in the morning. The smell smelled like victory!"

"Lo que tenemos aquí es una falta de comunicación."


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22 Jun 2018, 4:41 pm

"I love the smell of napalm in the morning. To me it smells like....victory!"

Yes. Cheated a tiny bit, but in the name of sportsmanship. I changed one word. "Napalm" from "Napalm" to "it" because "napalm" is recently coined word that is the same in every language, and "napalm" would leap out of the sentence and be a dead giveaway, and make it too easy. How many movie quotes involve "napalm"?

Okay...

Its from "Cool Hand Luke"

Prison warden Rod Stieger is pistol whipping convict Paul Newman, and announces that "what we have here...is a failure to communicate!".



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22 Jun 2018, 4:52 pm

He oido que es muy inteligente. Y como mas gente inteligente que es problamente muy estupido.



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27 Aug 2018, 2:54 pm

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He oido que es muy inteligente. Y como mas gente inteligente que es problamente muy estupido.


"I heard he is very smart and like more smart people who are very stupid."

I'm not sure.


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27 Aug 2018, 8:15 pm

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He oido que es muy inteligente. Y como mas gente inteligente que es problamente muy estupido.


"I heard he is very smart and like more smart people who are very stupid."

I'm not sure.

"I hear that he is very intelligent. And like most intelligent people he is probably very stupid".

Two ladies in powdered wigs are talking while a gentleman visiting the manor leaves a horse drawn coach in the

18th Century.

The movie is "Dangerous Liaisons".



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02 Sep 2018, 1:25 pm

"Adiós Saigon! Así es, soy historia ... Me voy de aquí. Tengo el boleto de la suerte en casa, mantenlos en carretas rodadas, cuero crudo! Sí, así es ... la transmisión final ... y esta es presentada por nuestros amigos en el Pentágono. ¿Recuerdas a las personas que te trajeron Corea? Así es, el ejército de los EE. UU. Si se está haciendo correctamente, aquí o en el extranjero, es probable que el Ejército no lo haga."


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03 Sep 2018, 3:44 pm

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"Adiós Saigon! Así es, soy historia ... Me voy de aquí. Tengo el boleto de la suerte en casa, mantenlos en carretas rodadas, cuero crudo! Sí, así es ... la transmisión final ... y esta es presentada por nuestros amigos en el Pentágono. ¿Recuerdas a las personas que te trajeron Corea? Así es, el ejército de los EE. UU. Si se está haciendo correctamente, aquí o en el extranjero, es probable que el Ejército no lo haga."


"Goodbye Saigon! I am now history. I am leaving this place. Got complaints about crude language. This is my final broadcast...something something…"

Am gonna go out a limb. This must Robin Williams in "Good Mourning Vietnam" when his character, the radio personality guy, gets kicked off the air by the Army brass for being too edgy, and he is bidding farewell to his listeners.



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04 Sep 2018, 2:22 pm

Correct! :)

The actual quote is:

"Good bye Vietnam! That's right, I'm history... I'm outta here. I got the lucky ticket home, baby. Rollin, rollin, rollin'... keep them wagons rollin', rawhide! Yeah, that's right... the final Adrian Cronauer broadcast... and this one is brought to you by our friends at the Pentagon. Remember the people who brought you Korea? That's right, the U.S. Army. If it's being done correctly, here or abroad, it's probably not being done by the Army."

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11 Sep 2018, 9:43 am

Necessitas una barca mas grande!



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12 Sep 2018, 6:31 pm

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Necessitas una barca mas grande!



It's from Jaws and the quote is: "You're going to need a bigger boat."

"En serio, mi amor, no me importa."


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12 Sep 2018, 7:58 pm

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It's from Jaws and the quote is: "You're going to need a bigger boat."

"En serio, mi amor, no me importa."


Its the "single greatest line every spoken in cinema" according to AFI!

For the whole time weve been doing this I have been trying to figure how to translate this from the American English idiomatic original (SO idiomatic that its makes no literal sense in English). You beat me to it. Not a bad way to translate it. I notice that you swapped out the lady's name for the phrase "my love" because her name would be a dead giveaway. I was toying with renaming her "Rosalita" ( kinda the same thing as "Scarlet"). But your solution works well. :D

Its Clark Gable to Vivian Leigh at then end of "Gone With The Wind"

"Frankly Scarlet I Don't give a damn".



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13 Sep 2018, 2:56 pm

Correct! :)

Clues for this quote:

This quote is from a cult film often called "The Citizen Kane of bad movies."

The director is often compared to Ed Wood.

The movie's production budget was $6 million, but nobody knows where the money came from.

"ME ESTÁS LAMENTANDO, LISA!"


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14 Sep 2018, 4:36 am

Okay. It has to be from "The Room". The notoriously good bad movie of the early 2000s.

"Me" (pronounced "May") is just "me" in English. Its the object, and not the subject.

"Lamentando" looks a lot like our word "lament".

So I am guessing that its: "You made me sad, Lisa", or "You hurt me, Lisa".