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Post Info TOPIC: Poldark Series Lover From US


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Date: Sep 28 3:38 PM, 2006
RE: Poldark Series Lover From US
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Most certainly...but since I'm in the US, it would be in PAL format, which doesn't work over here.  :^(


Meanwhile, I'll just be content with checking the VHS tapes out of the library, over...and over...and over...


Welcome to the boards, Jenii3! It's not very active around here, but we get back to you eventually! :^)



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Date: Sep 27 4:38 AM, 2006
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   I purchased mine from the ABC shop in Australia, so I would imagine they


   can be bought in England as well



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Date: Apr 27 2:55 PM, 2006
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Hello.  I am a new Poldark Message Board member from Portland, Oregon.  I first saw parts of the second half of the original BBC series on Public Broadcasting when I was very young.  I have never read the books (although I tried reading The Angry Tide after I first saw the series; even though I was quite well-read, even at that age, I had trouble with it), but have recently been checking out (and renewing often) both parts of the series at the library.  It is really nice to see these again! And Greg, you're right about this not being just for women.  My mother once referred to the Poldark series as a "British soap opera," not so! It has enough action, adventure, etc., for everyone.


I am unable to find the series on DVD.  I can't even find the VHS tapes anywhere other than at the library.  Have the DVD's even been released in the US?


I was happy to stumble onto this message board--I hope it gets more active soon.  As soon as I get a little less busy, I'm going to start reading the books now that I'm older (36) and I'm sure this will provide the more experienced board members with amusement! It was also great to find the first part of the series at the library.  It certainly answered a lot of questions for someone who had only watched the second half.  Hope to chat with more members soon!



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