Robin Hood's "Oo De Lally," Translated Into 16 Languages

There’s something enchanting about these localized versions of Roger Miller’s “Oo De Lally” from Disney’s Robin Hood from 1973. While all of these videos were found on YouTube, each was created by a different person around the world. (Bonus points if you can find the Japanese, Chinese, and Norwegian versions. Got ’em all! Thanks, everyone.) April 7: Added Hebrew, but YouTube removed the Arabic version… Anyone have it? November 12: Added Finnish and Danish, but still missing Arabic.

August 1, 2012: These keep getting knocked offline, but this video captured 16 languages into a single video.

Original in English

Portuguese, “O-La-Ri-Lo-Le”

Italian, “Urca Tirulero”

Continue reading “Robin Hood's "Oo De Lally," Translated Into 16 Languages”

See You See Me Evan Roth records the x-ray machines in airports around the world (via) #
Celebrity Tweets not naming names, but they're stretching the definition of "celebrity" a bit #
Annika's Odyssey adorable game from 2007 in which you save a bunny, make a mountain blush, and fetch a pail of water (via) #