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RE: Richard Morant – Dr. Dwight Enys (1)
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For those of you on Facebook - a tribute page to Richard has been established:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Richard-Morant/312467445430439

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Thanks for that Bella - what a honey he was......
Robin and Richard didn't like Downton Abbey - what??!! I adore it, and I am very discerning with my period dramas... ;)
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Richard Morant - Telegraph
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Richard Morant, the actor, who has died aged 66, was memorably cast as Flashman in the BBC adapta...


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I am so sorry to hear about the death of the actor Richard Morant,  I have not gotten the chance to write my review of what actors where the closes to the character that they played.  I have always felt that he was Dr. Dwight Enys to the "T".  He did an excellent job of being the sensitive, cute sexy doctor who always his put patients first. 



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How very sad. I enjoy his portrayal of Dwight immensely, and as others have also posted, his is the face I see as I read the novels.



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Date: Nov 12 1:19 PM, 2011
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Very sad news. Seemed like a lovely man, wonderful in Poldark and also Tom Brown's Schooldays. He is one of the few actors that I picture when I read the books.

Many best wishes to his family and friends at this time.



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Date: Nov 12 10:31 AM, 2011
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A genuine and humble man who played the part of Dwight so well and who I picture every time I read the books.

Very sad news....



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Date: Nov 11 11:32 PM, 2011
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Such terribly sad news. I'm sure many will miss our Dwight. Richard was such a marvellous actor.

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Oh no, I'm so sad to hear this...I thought he was lovely on The Cult of Poldark.....and of course adored him as Dwight.
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Very sad to hear of his sudden death.  I loved his portrayal of Dwight Enys in Poldark and he will always live on in his work and in our hearts.  I will remember him for his impish sense of humour and bubbly warmth of character which came across so well in 'Cult of Poldark'. 



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Date: Nov 11 9:59 PM, 2011
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Sad indeed.... I saw this news on facebook via Meredith Wheeler, but have not heard it mentioned on TV etc which is surprising.

When he was interviewed in The Cult of Poldark he seemed such a gentle person.



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It has been reported that sadly Richard Morant died in London, suddenly, on Wednesday. Very sad news.

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New youtube video posted at foot of page.  Enjoy!

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Interestingly enough, I was watching the 'Scarlet Pimpernel' filmed in 1982 today and who should pop up playing Robespierre but Dwight 1 himself (Richard Morant).  I was also interested to learn that he was married to the daughter of Douglas Fairbanks Jnr and they had 2 children, but are now divorced.

See what you think of him playing the villain Robespierre ............



-- Edited by Ross Poldark on Sunday 15th of November 2009 07:29:08 PM

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Richard Morant Dr. Dwight Enys (1)
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http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0603082/

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Dwight meets Ross and Demelza for the first time when he is a guest at Julia's Christening:



Tribute to Dwight and Caroline:

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Dwight and Caroline meet for the first time and Caroline finds that Dr Enys has a temperment to match her own (towards the end of the video clip):



Dwight gallantly offers to escort Caroline and Horace back to her hotel after seeing her leave the Assembly Rooms alone:



-- Edited by Ross Poldark on Friday 30th of October 2009 01:24:37 PM







-- Edited by namparagirl on Tuesday 17th of November 2009 10:45:58 PM

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