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Date: Aug 16 11:44 PM, 2010
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Just back from my travels and it's always lovely to see new members joining us, so a big, belated welcome to New Yawker and RDP5, great to have you here to enjoy talking anything remotely Poldark related with the rest of us avid Poldarkians.  Look forward to chatting to you both soon.

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Date: Aug 11 10:40 PM, 2010
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RDP5 and New Yawker

Welcome to the forum.

Love Bella


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Date: Aug 5 3:13 PM, 2010
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Welcome to the forum New Yawker and RDP5 good to see more members arriving biggrin

Very interested to read about both your VHS tapes as I've been trying to find the most original version possible to buy for ages. I've just posted a bit more about it over on the Poldark Expert's forum "Finding the most original and complete version of Poldark".

Hope to hear your thoughts !

 



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Date: Aug 4 9:58 PM, 2010
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Hi Another Newbie

You sound like me!  Been  a fan since the 70's when I was a teenager and in my 20's taped them on VHS from the local PBS channel.  However, one of my tapes had broken which broke my heart so luckily at that time I went to West Coast Video and the first series was put on VHS.  Then when the second season came out I bought that as well.  THEY STAND OUT ON MY VHS shelf, so I didn't lose them!  I fed my kids in the middle of the night watching Ross, Demelza, and the rest. 

I've been so busy recently that I haven't been able to take much part in the forums lately, but that doesn't mean I don't want to....

Glad to see POLDARK is alive and well!
RDP5aww

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Date: Aug 4 2:04 PM, 2010
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Welcome to the forum New Yawker, always great to see new members! Im impressed with your endurance! however, poldark is definitely easy on the eye!
Please join in our discussions, they get lively at times!

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Date: Aug 3 8:29 PM, 2010
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longtime poldark fan. first saw the poldark series on masterpiece theater on pbs i guess late 70's and then later rerun 'round 83-84 on something called international playbill. taped many of those on vhs (season one 7-16, season two 1-11). read the books that were available at the time probably through "stranger", maybe "millers" and then waited and waited and more or less gave up on a proper dvd release here in the states with my vhs tapes buried deep in the piles of "stuff" we all accumulate ...

then recently checked amazon and there it was, season one! ordered it and began the marathon viewing sessions. got to fall in love with demelza all over again ... but wait til october for the release of season two. no way ... had to dig into my "archives" to dig out those 25 yr old vhs tapes. still played. more sleepless nights, more dragging my tired butt to work. and big thanks to whoever put those last 2 episodes up on youtube.

so here i am, almost 30 hrs of poldark in about week, reporting in for duty ...

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