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Laurel
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Re: PBS Masterpiece Classics Schedule - 2009

And watch Ciarán Hinds!

 

Persuasion 

ConnieK wrote:

Well, I think after this week and for the rest of May we can still talk about Persuasion, even without the tie-in of the film. 

 

Let's do that.


 

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Re: PBS Masterpiece Classics Schedule - 2009

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Laurel wrote:

And watch Ciarán Hinds!

 

Persuasion 

ConnieK wrote:

Well, I think after this week and for the rest of May we can still talk about Persuasion, even without the tie-in of the film. 

 

Let's do that.


 


 

Oooh, yeah! :smileyvery-happy:

 

(Although that's not the one that they were going to show.  Remember that never-ending scene of the kiss at the end?)

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Re: PBS Masterpiece Classics Schedule - 2009

Right, so we're much better off, I say.

dulcinea3 wrote:

Laurel wrote:

And watch Ciarán Hinds!

 

Persuasion 

ConnieK wrote:

Well, I think after this week and for the rest of May we can still talk about Persuasion, even without the tie-in of the film. 

 

Let's do that.


 


 

Oooh, yeah! :smileyvery-happy:

 

(Although that's not the one that they were going to show.  Remember that never-ending scene of the kiss at the end?)

Message Edited by dulcinea3 on 05-04-2009 10:28 PM

 

"Truth must of necessity be stranger than fiction, for fiction is the creation of the human mind, and therefore is congenial to it." ~~G.K. Chesterton