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The Last Leprechaun, Movie, 1998 IMDB

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stronghold EN

2007-10-02 11:28

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-10-02 12:59

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The IMDB doesn't have any location information, but the credits show that it was filmed in South Africa -- as does the number plate on the Bedford.
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stronghold EN

2007-10-02 13:02

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Gag Halfrunt wrote filmed in South Africa

Funny place to find Leprechauns.! :)

Tönz DE

2007-10-03 14:44

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Please tell me, how do you pronounce that correctly: lepre[tsh]aun or lepre[k]aun?
I was halting, when I read in an article about them a few weeks ago.

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antp BE

2007-10-03 15:04

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According to what I found in Wikipedia, in "Irish" language the "ch" seems to be actually [x], which should be more easy for you than for me since it is the same as the German "ch" that occurs after a/au/o/u. So it will probably become a [k] or a [R] like for Bach or Schumacher for French-speaking people :D

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Tönz DE

2007-10-03 15:37

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Lepre[x]aun would be hard to pronounce, even for German-speaking people. Well, except for the Swiss, who make an [x] out of every 'ch'... ;)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-10-03 19:20

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Usually people pronunce it as "lepracorn".

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