Categories Personal Recommendation New Postman Pat better than expected Post author By Kenny Park Post date 2008-10-01 10 Comments on New Postman Pat better than expected The BBC recently unveiled an “updated” Postman Pat. Some cried ‘Heresy!’, but having seen it I must admit to rather enjoying it. Especially now his van talks back to him and he carries a gun. See what you think: New Postman PatUploaded by Kenny_Park Tags bbc, knight rider, new postman pat, postman pat, spoof, updates of TV shows By Kenny Park Kenny Park, pro video editor in Avid and Final Cut for over a decade. View Archive → ← Voting for the Tories → Kenny day space centre’s rain of fire 10 replies on “New Postman Pat better than expected” hehe, that’s pretty cool. I used to watch this stuff a lot when I was a kid! In hindsight, some of the English-Dutch translations were pretty shitty though… Ridder Ruiter? Lol, no I meant the translation of Postman Pat, called Pieter Post. I think the cat was called Appelmoes, which means as much as ‘apple sauce’… # 3 Stefan Says: October 12th, 2008 at 10:00 pm called Appelmoes, which means as much as ‘apple sauce’… or mashed apples ? we say eplemos in my country- meaning mashed apples.. Which country is it? In Holland appelmoes is a favourite with fries… It’s made out of mashed apples, but with a lot of sugar added… Norway ! Fries.. as in potatoes.. well for me it sounds strange.. but well thats Norway S. We do use eplemos as a dessert called; “brown Betty with whipped cream in English” Yeah, in a lot of countries it’s known as a dessert but maybe we Dutch are a bit weird 😉 What was the English name of Postman Pat’s cat? That cat’s called Jess, though Brown Betty would’ve been better imho. (If the cat was brown, that is.) If the cat is indeed called Jess, I think they really nailed the localization by translating it to ‘Appelmoes’ would’nt you agree? # 7 Stefan Says: October 13th, 2008 at 7:55 pm Yeah, in a lot of countries it’s known as a dessert but maybe we Dutch are a bit weird 😉 lol 🙂 appelmoes , might be, might be… Comments are closed.