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I found it interesting, too. I am actually surprised that actors do as well as they do with accents, considering how ingrained our original accent is.


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The Truman Capote accent was amazing.
 
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Catching up-- great link, thanks. Meryl Streep & Philip Seymour Hoffman, the winners.
 
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Tony Curtis as Prince Valiant: "Yonda lies da castle of my fadda."


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Meryl Streep is always my winner.
 
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