My wife is quite fond of "Cheburashka" -- a character from a classic Russian cartoon. Unfortunately, I could only find the cartoon in original Russian, without subtitles, so when we were watching it, I had to do a live translation so she could follow the story.
A few days ago, I figured I should try gnome-subtitles, which is software that lets anyone create "fansubs" via a simple interface. A few days later, here we are -- a .srt for the cartoon. Now anyone who wants to watch it with English subtitles is welcome to do so.
Here's an excerpt (won't show up if you're reading through Planet):
Torrent file for the cartoon: krokodil.gena.avi.torrent
My .srt subtitles file: krokodil.gena.srt
For most players, it's enough to put them together in the same directory (though totem for some reason completely ignores them for me -- so try gnome-mplayer or vlc if no luck).
A side-note on the name "Cheburashka" -- which is totally impossible to translate, especially in subtitles. To "cheburakhnutsa" means to fall down, in a very colloquial language. So, the salesman calls him a "cheburashka" because he keeps falling down. I tried to work it into the translation several times, but then just gave up. :/