Mandarin-language version of Mamma Mia! opens this month in China

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Mamma Mia Jul 1, 2011

Are the songs localized for the different foreign languages or are they sung in English?

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localized Jul 2, 2011

The songs are translated into the respective - then non-foreign - language.

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