We’ve always wondered how all the animations that we all watched and liked are prepared, didn’t we?

Animations are really hard and costly work. Large production studios, a large team and lots of days spent at the studios are of course very important, but the other important thing is the writing and dubbing of animated texts.
Animation dubbing scripts usually consists of content that includes dialogue, mimic and effects within the film. These dialogues can be between different characters, sometimes as inner voice or external voice. While preparing the text of the animation, we should work on it carefully. Because the animation scripts usually address the small kids, animations have very dynamic structures and this should be reflected in the text. In the dubbing process, cast selection is very important because a voice that is unsuitable for the character may cause the failure of the animation. After choosing the right cast, the artist enters the studio and performs the dubbing process by thoroughly analyzing and assimilating the character. After this process, our favorite animations are prepared for us.

We have prepared a few scripts for you, including cartoons, 2D and 3D animations, in other words, dialogue and all the lines for all animation productions. You can choose the character that suits you the best and perform dubbing, you can set up your team and re-voice this legendary productions.

GUARD
All right. This one’s full. Take it
away! Move it along. Come on! Get up!

HEAD GUARD
Next!

GUARD
(taking the witch’s broom) Give me that!
Your flying days are over. (breaks the
broom in half)

HEAD GUARD
That’s 20 pieces of silver for the witch.
Next!

GUARD
Get up! Come on!

HEAD GUARD
Twenty pieces.

LITTLE BEAR
(crying) This cage is too small.

DONKEY
Please, don’t turn me in. I’ll never
be stubborn again. I can change. Please!
Give me another chance!

OLD WOMAN
Oh, shut up. (jerks his rope)

DONKEY
Oh!

HEAD GUARD
Next! What have you got?

GIPETTO
This little wooden puppet.

PINOCCHIO
I’m not a puppet. I’m a real boy. (his
nose grows)

HEAD GUARD
Five shillings for the possessed toy.
Take it away.

PINOCCHIO
Father, please! Don’t let them do this!
Help me!

Gipetto takes the money and walks off. The old woman steps up
to the table.

HEAD GUARD
Next! What have you got?

OLD WOMAN
Well, I’ve got a talking donkey.

HEAD GUARD
Right. Well, that’s good for ten shillings,
if you can prove it.

OLD WOMAN
Oh, go ahead, little fella.

Donkey just looks up at her.

HEAD GUARD
Well?

OLD WOMAN
Oh, oh, he’s just…he’s just a little
nervous. He’s really quite a chatterbox.
Talk, you boneheaded dolt…

HEAD GUARD
That’s it. I’ve heard enough. Guards!

ANNA
It was an accident. She was scared.
She didn’t mean it. She didn’t mean
any of this…. Tonight was my
fault. I pushed her. So I’m the one
that needs to go after her.

DUKE
Yes. Fine. Do.

HANS
What?

ANNA
(to the Royal Handler)
Bring me my horse, please.

HANS
Anna, no. It’s too dangerous.

ANNA
Elsa’s not dangerous. I’ll bring
her back, and I’ll make this right.

The Royal Handler brings Anna her horse and a cloak.

HANS
I’m coming with you.

ANNA
No, I need you here to take care of
Arendelle.

He sees the desperation in her eyes.

HANS
…On my honor.

She throws on the cloak and hops right onto the horse,
coronation dress and all.

ANNA
(to the crowd)
I leave Prince Hans in charge!

HANS
(before letting her go)
Are you sure you can trust her? I
don’t want you getting hurt.

ANNA
She’s my sister; she would never
hurt me.

BOGO (CONT’D)
Parking Duty. Dismissed!

HOPPS
Parking duty?
(runs after Bogo)
Uh, Chief? Chief Bogo?

Bogo looks around… then down to find Hopps.

HOPPS (CONT’D)
Sir, you said there were 14 missing
mammal cases?

BOGO
So.

HOPPS
So I can handle one. You probably
forgot, but I was top of my class
at the academy.

BOGO
Didn’t forget. Just don’t care.

HOPPS
Sir, I’m not just some “token”
bunny.

BOGO
Well, then writing a hundred
tickets a day should be easy.

He goes, slamming the door behind him. Judy stomps her foot.

HOPPS
100 tickets…? I’m not gonna write
100 tickets… I’m gonna write 200
tickets!

(then, to the closed door)
Before noon!

WOMAN [on phone]

Request claim on claim numbers 158183…

MR. HUPH [over the intercom]

Haven’t you got him yet?! Where is he?!

HUPH’S SECRETARY [over the intercom]

Mr. Huph would like to talk to you in his office.

BOB

Now?

HUPH’S SECRETARY [over the intercom]

Now.

MR. HUPH

Sit down, Bob.

MR. HUPH

I’m not happy, Bob. Not happy. Ask me why.

BOB

Okay. Why?

MR. HUPH

Why what? Be specific, Bob.

BOB

Why are you unhappy?

MR. HUPH

Your customers make me unhappy.

BOB

What, you’ve gotten complaints?

MR. HUPH

Complaints I can handle. What I can’t handle is your

customers’ inexplicable knowledge of lnsuricare’s inner workings! They’re

experts. Experts, Bob! Exploiting every loophole, dodging every obstacle!

They’re penetrating the bureaucracy!

BOB

Did I do something illegal?

MR. HUPH

No.

BOB

Are you saying we shouldn’t help our customers?

MR. HUPH

The law requires that I answer no.

BOB

We’re supposed to help people.

MR. HUPH

We’re supposed to help our people! Starting with our

stockholders, Bob. Who’s helping them out, huh? You know, Bob, a company…

BOB

Is like an enormous clock.

MR. HUPH

…is like an enormous clo–yes. Precisely. It only works if

all the little cogs mesh together. Now, a clock needs to be cleaned,

well-lubricated and wound tight. The best clocks have jewel movements, cogs

that fit, that cooperate by design. [chuckling] I’m being metaphorical, Bob.

You know what I mean by cooperative cogs? Bob? Bob? Look at me when I’m talking

to you, Parr!