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Bella wrote:

http://follyfoot-tv.co.uk/gallery/actors/Steve/St.html

Follyfoot!!! I can hear the theme music in my head!!!

Bella


It was called The Lightning Tree by The Settlers and became a hit in the UK! I used to cry every week in Follyfoot (I was about 11 at the time) and became the brunt of jokes in my family!

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All previous Gillian Bailey, Jim and Jinny Carter threads merged into here.



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http://follyfoot-tv.co.uk/gallery/actors/Steve/St.html

Follyfoot!!! I can hear the theme music in my head!!!

Bella



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Neither do I;)



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Yes! He doesn't look exactly like he did in the 70s though.....
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WHat! you mean i can have steve hudson for the cult of poldark dvd? done! thats what i call a good deal!




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WHat! you mean i can have steve hudson for the cult of poldark dvd? done! thats what i call a good deal!



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Bronny, you should have mail now!



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Oh yes - that was Steve Hodson and he was gorgeous! Maybe we could do a swap - for the Cult of Poldark? Email me?
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I LOVED Follyfoot especially the darkhaired actor!




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I LOVED Follyfoot especially the darkhaired actor!



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Hi All,

Just wanted to let you know that Gillian Bailey as a child actor was a regular in the TV series Follyfoot - I have all the series on DVD and it's just as fab as it was when I was a pony-mad little girl. Check them out - they are available on Amazon.

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Oh no, poor Lettie, how tragic .... just goes to show, you miss a few episodes and the whole storyline changes. He's a real charmer with the women though, that James Onedin, wonder if he'll have more luck with wife number three, although it didn't look good on Friday after the witch doctor put a curse on him and his new wife was taken ill too.

Shall have to watch on Monday to see if I can catch up, but thanks Verity for putting me back in the picture.


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Sorry to report that Letty caught something from one of the children - diptheria/morbid sore throat I think - and died whilst James was away at sea! He was desolate. He met and surprisingly (to him) fell in love withand then married alady from S America about a year later.

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Just watching the Onedin Line this afternoon, which I do occasionally, I was shocked to see James Onedin being rather intimate with another pretty young woman who wasn't his wife ... I presume. Last time I watched it his screen wife Lettie was buying a house to set up a childrens' home and James was suffering from indigestion pain in the chest and drinking milk. What on earth have I missed? Didn't have James down as an adulterer.

Wondering if you might be able to fill me in on the story perhaps Verity, as I know you sometimes watch it.


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I remember her in the double deckers , a childrens tv series in the early seventies!

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Yes - spotted her. Her accent was rather non-Cornish as well!

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Was happily watching an episode of 'The Onedin Line' on Yesterday this afternoon, when who should pop up, playing the daughter of an English Professor of Egyptology, but our very own dear Jinny! Rather strangely, she looked older in this than she did playing Jinny; obviously just the difference in role, costume and good old versatile acting talentbiggrin

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I thought she was a great jinny and she is who i picture when i read the books because she was so spot on.

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She played Dorothy Seymour in The Six Wives of Henry VIII - must have been before Poldark, since she was a child.

I thought she did a great job as Jinny, especially the scene where Jim dies.



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I remember Gillian Bailey before she starred in Poldark, she was in a childrens tv programme called the double deckers. Would only have been around 1970 1972 so she didnt look much different.

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Jim & Jinny Carter - Stuart Doughty & Gillian Bailey Merged.
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Gillian Bailey - Jinny Carter
Jim Carter - Stuart Doughty

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0047271/


Jim and Jinny's wedding:



Ross delivers a letter from Jim to Jinny:


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Jim & Jinny Carter.JPG



-- Edited by Ross Poldark on Sunday 15th of November 2009 07:25:29 PM

-- Edited by namparagirl on Sunday 15th of November 2009 10:53:04 PM



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