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Date: May 3 11:50 PM, 2012
RE: "Making Poldark" by Robin Ellis 2012
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Sabrina wrote:
bronny wrote:

It's really good people, a lovely read, and so much more in this one than the first edition. A definite must for your Poldark book collection.
Robin's affection for Poldark really shines through.


 Yes, having just finished reading the book, I agree!  Robin is wonderful!


 In fact I find that both Robin Ellis and Winston Graham are warm and likeable people, with good senses of humor!  I'm also so glad that they were somewhat freinds with each other too.



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Date: May 1 5:32 PM, 2012
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bronny wrote:

It's really good people, a lovely read, and so much more in this one than the first edition. A definite must for your Poldark book collection.
Robin's affection for Poldark really shines through.


 Yes, having just finished reading the book, I agree!  Robin is wonderful!



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Date: Apr 27 10:19 AM, 2012
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Really! That's great for him! I bought mine from Amazon....

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Date: Apr 27 9:55 AM, 2012
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Can't wait but seems it's out of stock - in Amazon anyway ?



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It's really good people, a lovely read, and so much more in this one than the first edition. A definite must for your Poldark book collection.
Robin's affection for Poldark really shines through.

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Date: Mar 31 1:27 AM, 2012
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Oh! I hadn't realised! I'm going to order it right now, unemployment or no.....(don't tell my partner!)
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Date: Mar 30 5:14 PM, 2012
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What we've all been waiting for I think ! Apparently this colour version (link below) is available now, the cheaper standard book all being well sometime in April.

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Making Poldark
March 13, 2012

This is the color-enhanced collector's edition of the memoir of BBC/Masterpiece Theatre actor Robin Ellis, who offers his own behind-the-scenes account of making Poldark--one of the most successful British classic television series of all time. Based on the novels of Winston Graham, Poldark is a swashbuckling saga of passion, adventure and heartbreak, set against the dramatic backdrop of eighteenth-century Cornwall.

Hugely popular in both the US and UK when it first aired in the 1970s, the series remains a favorite on DVD, entertaining and enchanting new generations of viewers in 35 countries throughout the world. This updated edition of Making Poldark reveals the story behind the proposed-but-never-filmed third series, along with a look at Robin's later work--including his second career as cookbook author. It also includes previously unpublished full-color photographs from Winston Graham's personal Poldark album and from Robin's own private collection.

http://www.amazon.com/Making-Poldark-Memoir-Masterpiece-Theatre/dp/0983939810/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC?ie=UTF8&coliid=I1G8DJG3CC4DRC&colid=20SS773JE9F23



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