Some corner of a foreign football pitch that is for ever Bilbao, and I hope they got fed afterwards:
The original strikes me as thoroughly Teutonic:
Let’s not kid ourselves any longer: everything interesting, from nachos to nationalism, was invented by the Germans. Fortunately they tend to be generous about using the proceeds to mitigate the resulting damage.
- Accordion bonanza
With some Norwegian, a bunny, and a bell-ringing act.
- “Before the devil knows you’re dead” trailer, before and after dubbing
In English: Dubbed into Spanish: If the standard of dubbing wasn’t so amateurish then maybe we could accept the fact that very little
- Polish diva: “I know a street in Barcelona”
Uliczka w Barcelonie, by the great Sława Przybylska, who has no English-language Wikipedia entry, and who I first got to know
- Three versions of “El relicario”
Raquel Meller, the most successful Spanish artist of the 20th century, struggling with pitch and pace in 1914: Sara Montiel, who made
- Spanish football celebrations on Barcelona Ramblas
John Chappell must have stayed up in conservative, nationalist Gracia if he had a quiet night. We were with friends on