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Sue H
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quotePosted at 19:29 on 25th March 2009
I remember Bergerac, way back in the 70's I think.
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Barbara Shoemaker
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quotePosted at 20:28 on 25th March 2009
I know, Krissy!  Can you believe it?  Thank goodness also for our PBS stations for showing these wonderful programs which we might not otherwise get to see.  Hmmmm...maybe it's time I made a donation.
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Krissy
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quotePosted at 20:31 on 25th March 2009
Did you ever see Visions of England?  I loved it!!!
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Barbara Shoemaker
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quotePosted at 20:40 on 25th March 2009
Oh yes!  Loved it.  Quite a different perspective from above.
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Krissy
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quotePosted at 20:46 on 25th March 2009
So true!!!!  And how I wish I was flying over England now!!
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Barbara Shoemaker
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quotePosted at 20:53 on 25th March 2009
I'm right there with ya!
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quotePosted at 00:53 on 26th March 2009

Perhaps I was a little hasty to suggest the darkly ~ brooding Ciaran Hinds..( to replace John Nettles ) and I suggest, humbly, that Nathanial Parker also emanates a mysterious energy.... not as our sunny, sweet & husbandly 'Tom Barnaby' of Causton C.I.D. So its back to the drawing board.. .I had thought of Jeremy Irons..a little rumpled ( as if ) but he too has an edge.. though was brilliant as a Victorian 'gentleman archaeologist' in The French Lieutenant's Woman, from the novel by John Fowles. If you are curious about the early acting career of Ciaran Hinds... he figured in a small film ' December Bride' ~1990...memorable..

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Jen Strath
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quotePosted at 06:40 on 26th March 2009
OH....finally figured out who you're all chatting about and I don't much care for either really and Jeremy is too old and wrinkly ladies!.
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Sue H
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quotePosted at 14:15 on 26th March 2009

I agree with you about Jeremy, Jen. Maybe in his younger days, but the man isn't aging well.

Saying that, it's there personality that really counts, and if that comes through in the acting, then the looks don't always count.  

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quotePosted at 15:51 on 26th March 2009

then there is~ Laurence Olivier ... aging painter in 'The Ebony Tower'....

http://www.answers.com/topic/the-ebony-tower

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