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Date: Nov 30 11:06 PM, 2012
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Tee he

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Date: Nov 30 8:51 PM, 2012
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Of course it really happened, I mean to say, it's like saying Santa doesn't really live at the North Pole!! wink



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Date: Nov 30 8:15 PM, 2012
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Evening friends Oh Dwight, How I have chuckled at your posting....obviously I was young when I first watched Poldark, and I like you, could never forget Ossie Whitworth. I too could not stand the actor, and whenever I saw him on tv, I felt the same as you, I truly could not bear to watch him on screen. Repulsed. It was watching him on 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here' that finally cured me, and I realised what a lovely man he is in 'real life'. You are right, it just goes to show how brilliantly he portrayed the vulgar Ossie Whitworth.... I also agree with you on your comments concerning Elizabeth.....and like I have said many many times on the forum, I dislike her immensely. She threw away the best man to her cost, and the decision affected her whole life. Demelza lost her daughter as a result of her kindess to Elizabeth, but when Demelza was out walking with Garrick and George's thugs were offensive, and insulting, and shot Garrick, Elizabeth smirked when she found out, and I can never forget that nor forgive.....oh stop it, some say it is a novel.....but not to me, IT REALLY HAPPENED ;) Now, there be horses hooves on the cobbles......gotta go and see who be paying me a visit. Bella xx

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Date: Nov 27 8:39 PM, 2012
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I'm just now starting in on "The Four Swans" on my latest read through from end to end. It's quite amazing how many little unknown, or unremembered, snippets leap off the pages each time they are re-read. Specifically in "Warleggan" and "The Black Moon" it is really quite disturbing what a totally amoral and nasty piece of work George is, rather like JR without JR's nice points ! ! ! Many different examples abound, but his heartless marrying off of Morwenna is particularly evil. How Elisabeth can have switched her allegiance so utterly from the Ross she declared her lasting feelings for at the ?Trevaunance? dinner party seems to me to be completely out of character.

And while mentioning Morwenna, I still react with complete distaste every time Christopher Biggins appears on the box in some guise or another. I know Zoe adores him every time he appears on ITT, but he just makes me want to throw up. Which I suppose demonstrates just how effective he was all those forty odd years ago in his nauseous performance as the even more nauseous Ossie Whitworth.

Dwight



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