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Date: Mar 26 1:24 PM, 2012
RE: Horace The Dog
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Yes I heard that Caroline - bizarre! I think they are still there too...she sounds very distracted.

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Date: Mar 19 2:57 AM, 2012
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There were some fantastic sound clips on youtube a while ago of Judy recording an audio book. For some bizarre reason she'd been allowed to bring Tara into the studio with her (??) and Tara keep making noises, snoring and all sorts of things. Judy kept trying to quieten her and the recording would be interrupted. The crew must have been gunning for that dog (and Judy)! 



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Date: Mar 16 5:42 AM, 2012
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....and a bit of trivia here - played by Judy Geeson's dog Tara in the series.
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Date: Mar 16 1:49 AM, 2012
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Wally Greer wrote:

Caroline Penvenen's pug, and the agent of Dwight and Caroline's first meeting (one of the best scenes in Jeremy).

 

There is mention of a Horace the Third.


 Good!  Thank you for reminding me of Horace!  You've right, he was the agent of Dwight and Caroline's first meeting just as Garrick was the agent of Ross and Demelza's first.



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Date: Mar 15 11:55 PM, 2012
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Caroline Penvenen's pug, and the agent of Dwight and Caroline's first meeting (one of the best scenes in Jeremy).

 

There is mention of a Horace the Third.



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