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Date: Oct 30 10:47 PM, 2015
RE: Mary Wimbush Prudie Paynter
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Watching the whole "Jeeves and Worster" series very interesting and enjoyable to see Mary right at the opposite end of the scale playing Worster's fierce and intimidating Aunt Agatha.

Worth watching for her alone and sadly missed....

http://movie-dude.co.uk/Mary%20Wimbush.htm



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I caught the last 5 minuters of an old 'Wycliffe' episode this afternoon and thought I recognised a rather smart lady with a curly hairdo and a smart cardigan/skirt outfit.
The credits confirmed it was indeed Prudie looking rather smarter than usual - Jud wouldn't have recognised her!

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Date: Nov 27 1:55 PM, 2006
Mary Wimbush Prudie Paynter
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Mary Wimbush Prudie Paynter
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0934451/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Wimbush


Prudie worries about the pregnant Demelza:



Prudie in widow's weeds, grief stricken that the body snatchers have taken her beloved 'usband, after spending all Jud's money on a funeral and then finds out that he aint even dead!:




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Mary Wimbush - Prudie.JPG



-- Edited by Ross Poldark on Monday 23rd of November 2009 09:32:02 AM

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RE: Mary Wimbush / Prudie - A Forum of Condolence
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A little late on my behalf, but RIP.  She was truly a great actress.  I particularly like the bits in the series when Jud has his mishap with the coffin, and when she keeps telling everybody the "broth is ready," and no one listens because they are arguing.  Finally, Ross:  "Where's that broth, Prudie?"


"I told 'ee!" As she gestures toward the fireplace.  Funny.  She will be missed!


 



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Ross Poldark wrote:



A Forum of Condolence for Mary Wimbush who played Prudie in the Poldark series for those wishing to pay their respects. Thank you.



 


It is always sad to hear of yet another cast of the POLDARK series passing on.  She was wonderful as Prudie always "brewing a dish of tea" or tipping a bit on the sly.  Was this lady in any other productions?



-- Edited by Kay at 19:00, 2005-12-06

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Very sad news.  She was so good opposite Jud and I will always think of her whenever I read the books. RIP Mary.

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A Forum of Condolence for Mary Wimbush who played Prudie in the Poldark series for those wishing to pay their respects.


Thank you.



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