18.104.22.168 | Message modified by user Marriela June 22, 2012, 2:31 am
Laura, I do not want to justify myself - I thought as a possibility for this disease. But I did not mention it, because I was looking for a direct connection, ie looking for something that is on the character of Jeremy himself – for example, Bobby was a lawyer and Sir T. More also was a lawyer. I certainly remembered that none of the characters of Jeremy after Walter Hagen was not suffering from disease of the spine, while I was not quite sure for the Prohibition! Ie, in this case, the connection between Bobby Jones and Dr Proctor is a little indirect: Dr Proctor is not sick, unlike Bobby Jones, but as a doctor he has discovered this disease in his patient. Well, howsoever!
Miami Medical was aired on one of the cable channels of the largest private national BG TV several months ago. The film was dubbed by the Bulgarian actors, who are just incredibly good in dubbing – the BG actor, who sound Dr. Proctor’s voice, was same, who sound and Dr. House’s voice, and I can say that the natural voice of Hugh Laurie as Dr. House was very impersonal and emotionless in comparison with his Bulgarian voice’s stand-in. I think that many BG viewers loved Dr House and because of the smashing voice doubling by BG actor Daniel Tsochev (he deserves the his name to be mentioned). Unfortunately, one unpleasantly exception, the Bulgarian actress, who dubbing Drs Zambrano was terribly wrong - her voice was like a much older woman and without the appropriate emotional. I am accustomed to the brilliant Bulgarian dubbing and I know how important is the good dubbling for a TV movie, just I think that the bad dubbing can to “break” the nerves of a viewer. Therefore, as it might sound you far-fetched, I could not see out to the end of Miami Medical on TV, I found it on the Internet with Internet, with English subs!