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PostSubject: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Dec 21, 2008 6:53 am

We've had a few discussions about how when Carrie (at a very younge age) was quite hard to understand when she spoke.

I'm watching Christmas at Plum Creek, now, and when Carrie tells Charles she's afraid Santa will get burned ("He'll get burnt up.") when he comes down the chimney, I understood her perfectly. I remember thinking of how clearly she spoke when I'd seen this ep several times before. Yay, Carrie! grinsmiley





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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Dec 21, 2008 9:46 am

Yes, I can also hear her clearly say, "Happy birthday, Baby Jesus", in this episode. She's also pretty clear with, "Once upon a time," in Ma's Holiday. For some reason, it's hard to hear her say, "I want sugar on mine," in The Richest Man in Walnut Grove. Maybe her mouth was full with berries.


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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Dec 21, 2008 9:29 pm

That "I want sugar on mine" always had me puzzled, until a few years ago when TVLand the voice-over translator. Thumbsup

Mouth full of berries? What about all the other times? LOL!





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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Mon Dec 29, 2008 5:38 pm

Poor Carrie! Give the child a break! At least she was cute as a button! :haha:




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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Mon Dec 29, 2008 9:52 pm

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Poor Carrie! Give the child a break! At least she was cute as a button! :haha:

They both were!! (Lindsay and Sidney)
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Tue Dec 30, 2008 8:22 pm

carolineingalls wrote:
Poor Carrie! Give the child a break! At least she was cute as a button! :haha:

Give Carrie a break? :think:
Oh, alright. I'll try. LOL!





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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:34 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Fri Jan 02, 2009 1:41 pm

Yes, Carrie was cute... :agree:
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sat Jan 03, 2009 9:34 pm

I really loved Carrie!
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:50 pm

LM wrote:
We've had a few discussions about how when Carrie (at a very younge age) was quite hard to understand when she spoke.

I'm watching Christmas at Plum Creek, now, and when Carrie tells Charles she's afraid Santa will get burned ("He'll get burnt up.") when he comes down the chimney, I understood her perfectly. I remember thinking of how clearly she spoke when I'd seen this ep several times before. Yay, Carrie! grinsmiley

This is my absolute favorite Carrie episode. She is about as cute as they come: standing in front of the fireplace, buying her Christmas star, and my favorite moment, staring up at it on the Christmas tree with such wonder and innocence. Those eyes!! What a doll!


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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:55 am

Wasnt she played by twins? perhaps when you can understnad her she is played by one twin and the other when you cant.. Just a thought
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Jan 04, 2009 2:45 am

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LM wrote:
We've had a few discussions about how when Carrie (at a very younge age) was quite hard to understand when she spoke.

I'm watching Christmas at Plum Creek, now, and when Carrie tells Charles she's afraid Santa will get burned ("He'll get burnt up.") when he comes down the chimney, I understood her perfectly. I remember thinking of how clearly she spoke when I'd seen this ep several times before. Yay, Carrie! grinsmiley

This is my absolute favorite Carrie episode. She is about as cute as they come: standing in front of the fireplace, buying her Christmas star, and my favorite moment, staring up at it on the Christmas tree with such wonder and innocence. Those eyes!! What a doll!

She is quite precious in this episode. She did a .... :Gjob:





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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Jan 04, 2009 2:48 am

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Wasnt she played by twins? perhaps when you can understnad her she is played by one twin and the other when you cant.. Just a thought

Yes, twin sisters Lindsay and Sidney Greenbush shared the role.

Someone mentioned the same thought you had, before in another post about Carrie's verbal skills. You and the other forum member could be right.





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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:25 am

Robinsgirl wrote:
Wasnt she played by twins? perhaps when you can understnad her she is played by one twin and the other when you cant.. Just a thought

That's what I think. I think one probably spoke clearer than the other.


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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:27 pm

I thought another good episode was when Charles mother died and Caroline is explaining to Carrie why they cried...she understood but then they had her say she wanted the turkey in bed with her, I suppose an "age appropriate" attention span moment. : )
So many times, she was just being watched, don't let Carrie fall in the creek, hold her hand..things like that.

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PostSubject: Re: Christmas at Plum Creek. I could understand Carrie.   Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:56 pm

LM wrote:
Robinsgirl wrote:
Wasnt she played by twins? perhaps when you can understnad her she is played by one twin and the other when you cant.. Just a thought

Yes, twin sisters Lindsay and Sidney Greenbush shared the role.

Someone mentioned the same thought you had, before in another post about Carrie's verbal skills. You and the other forum member could be right.

Since I've always watched the show translated, I've never noticed it. I've always understiid eveything they saud...But now that you are mentioning that fact...It could be that the twins had different voices and that we could recognize them by hearing them speaking? scratchead

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