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Frontier Enterprises -- An Old-School, Japan-based dubbing studio

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  • Frontier Enterprises -- An Old-School, Japan-based dubbing studio

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    Recently, I learned about a defunct studio founded by actor William Ross that was once located in Tokyo. That studio was called Frontier Enterprises. I have only seen two dubs from them, Aladdin and His Magic Lamp and Swan Lake. Both are VERY old-school dubs in nature, as they suffer from stilted dialogue and acting as well as even worse lip synching. Apparently these guys were known for Destroy All Monsters or something, but perhaps I need to check out more of their output to get a good opinion. I hate to outright dismiss a dubbing studio unless they've done anything remarkable, but those two were very bad examples.

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    Re: Frontier Enterprises -- An Old-School, Japan-based dubbing studio

    They also did the 1970's dub of Lupin III: Mystery of Mamo, which was notable for being decent. Most of their output was mediocre.

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