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Beauty and The Beast - Wrong Language
During the song "Belle" after the three blonde girls are singing about Gaston, the camera pans down a street and the townspeople are saying various things (i.e., "They smell", "Ten yards", etc.) On the left side of the screen is a pig-shaped sign that says "Jamon" on it. If I'm not mistaken, "jamon" means "ham" in Spanish. "Jambon" is "ham" in French.
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Lola on 10-30-2001
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Comments:
Wendy writes:
In America we eat Tamales. That's Spanish. Just because something is a foreign language doesn't mean it's wrong. I mean, heck. Maybe there's a vendor of Spanish-cured Ham in her town!
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rights_lady_angel writes:
It was probably a spelling error, either that or there are no French speakers that work for Disney.
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DancinAngel writes:
Yea I take French...Jambon is definatally how you say ham
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Katt writes:
Well, there are streets called types of food...whats your point? That isn't a slip up.
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