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Date: Apr 1 8:32 PM, 2009
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mcworster wrote:

Hi Laydeez(!) We do get around dont we? Do you both have the same forum name on moonfruit?
Have to agree about Poldark, have loved it since i first read the books when i was 14 (and thats a long time ago...) . I know the series has maintained a loyal fan base and that im probably in the minority who would like tosee the BBC make a new adaptation but I think the time is right and it would bring Poldark to a whole new audience.



Hiya Macsmile

Please check your pm's. I'd love to see an adaption of Poldark................ but in my heart I know, it would never be the same as the 1975-77 version, it is priceless, but if you know who, was cast in the part of Ross it might just workbiggrin

Mrs Pevileye

 



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Date: Apr 1 12:29 PM, 2009
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Hi Laydeez(!) We do get around dont we? Do you both have the same forum name on moonfruit?
Have to agree about Poldark, have loved it since i first read the books when i was 14 (and thats a long time ago...) . I know the series has maintained a loyal fan base and that im probably in the minority who would like tosee the BBC make a new adaptation but I think the time is right and it would bring Poldark to a whole new audience.

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Date: Mar 27 2:07 PM, 2009
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jpmel wrote:

mcworster wrote:

Have you seen the 2006 bbc productionof Jane Eyre? For me, the only Mr Rochester who has ever appealed. Almost as wonderful as Ross Poldark!
Keep posting, ican talk poldark all day long!
regards carol

 

Hi carol, Of course I've seen the 2006 BBC "Jane Eyre" and I've "seen" you on the Toby Stephens Info forum. Thanks for saying hi!

Jill 




 



Hiya jpmel,smile

Welcome to the Poldark site, seen both of you on the moonfruit site, I'm a member myself (since nov06) however don't post much, just check what TS is up tobiggrin

You just gotta love Poldark, soooo enduring.

 

Mrs Pbiggrin

 



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Date: Mar 26 9:34 PM, 2009
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mcworster wrote:

Have you seen the 2006 bbc productionof Jane Eyre? For me, the only Mr Rochester who has ever appealed. Almost as wonderful as Ross Poldark!
Keep posting, ican talk poldark all day long!
regards carol

 

Hi carol, Of course I've seen the 2006 BBC "Jane Eyre" and I've "seen" you on the Toby Stephens Info forum. Thanks for saying hi!

Jill 




 



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Date: Mar 26 8:31 PM, 2009
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Hi jpmel, welcome to the poldark website. I am a great fan of Jane Eyre as well but Poldark stole my heart as a teenager and has remained my first love. Have you seen the 2006 bbc productionof Jane Eyre? For me, the only Mr Rochester who has ever appealed. Almost as wonderful as Ross Poldark!
Keep posting, ican talk poldark all day long!
regards carol

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Date: Mar 26 4:51 PM, 2009
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I discovered the Poldark Saga and this form about a month ago and finally decided to say hi. 

When not obsessing over Poldark, I'm obsessing over my first literary love "Jane Eyre."




 



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