You are welcome glad it worked. The reason you can’t always use the same settings is why subtitles on DVDs are so much fun to work with to me: they are almost never done the same way on the next disc. There are many posssible methods to make subs appear when playing a DVD and there is not really even a trend you can spot in the way they choose to do it, no rhyme or reason. In many cases, selecting the top English stream and selecting Display Only Forced will work, but as you have seen here, it was not the case for this one.
If you would like to learn more about it, download the free tool DVDSubEdit. It will identify and display the forced subs, make them unforced or even change unforced into forced. Not to mention changing the color, transparency, timing and position of the subs on the screen. There are excellent guides for DVDSubEdit on other forums, and there may be some here in another section of MyCE. I start with a Full Disc copy to my HDD with DVDFab, but you can also use it with Passkey if you just want to look, not modify.
Found the disc for $5 from a 3rd party seller on Amazon. Added to my “odd subs” collection along with DaVinci Code, Apocalypto, Avatar and many, many films with non-English audio with English subs.