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I'm having a hard time hearing the name of Peggy's husband she names. I'm not the greatest at spelling but it sounds like his name is something like: Emanhu Winter?

Here's the scene if anyone can help, he's named at 1:40:

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She doesn't give a specific name. The phrase she utters at 1:40 is:

He saved over 1000 men, including the man who, would ahh, who would become my husband, as it turned out

which I guess you hear as Emanhu Winter, because of the slight hesitation and repetition there in the line delivery.

  • "He saved over 1000 men, including Emanhu Winter, who would become my husband as it turns out" assuming my spelling is correct. What does she say between "including" and "who would become my husband"? – yarpyarp Jun 9 at 6:01
  • @yarpyarp She pauses and repeats herself. “He saved over 1,000 men. Including the man who would... who would become my husband.” – Mike Scott Jun 9 at 6:08
  • I have edited the answer to include the slight hesitation the actor uses, rather than the tidied version. I think that is the source of the extra syllables you're filling in. – Michael MacAskill Jun 9 at 6:09
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    @yarpyarp Are you a native speaker of English received pronunciation (the middle to upper class accent of southern England)? I am, and I assure you that what she says is quite clear if your ear is tuned for that specific accent. – Mike Scott Jun 9 at 6:16
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    Ah, so she says "the man who would a, who would become my husband as it turns out" Thanks Michael MacAskill! Upvoted – yarpyarp Jun 9 at 6:18

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