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Desc:Italian version of the theme song, the singer adds some "WHOO!"s and "HA HA!"s
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Italian, fresh prince, bel air, whoo
Submitted:pumaman
Date:01/16/07
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Comment count is 14
Testicles of Doom
It sounds like there are a lot more words in this one...
dr_rock
What an ugly language
afp3683
Italian is perfectly suited for fascist dictator speeches
Hooper_X
So in the Italian version, Will is a screaming gaymo? HOOOOO.
yoyo1
"Spike Lee" at 00:36? Italian is also perfectly suited for home-appliance salespersons.
sudan no1
Good job hiring a 40-year old to dub over a teenager.
Caminante
It sounds like that singer had a lot of fun doing this.
Daughters of Uzbek
Just gets better and better.
blackbetta
Fottiti, Dr. Rock. Italiano e molto bello.
baleen
I would have watched this show if this was the opening.
ChocFullOfFunk
They actually crammed Chapters 1 and 2 of War and Peace into this song.
charmlessman
Il Principe Fresco di Bel Air

I kept expecting to hear him say "meat-a-ball" somewhere in there.
Bort
Cinque stelle!

Bort
0:50 - he clearly says "I'm a father and an incubator".
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