Re: Hornblower Movies

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Posted by Rachel on April 12, 1999 at 18:34:47:

In Reply to: Re: Hornblower Movies posted by MMMMarcia on April 12, 1999 at 16:28:12:

: Champ wrote:
: : >Yes indeed!

: What?? No "siyo?" ;o)

: : I've got to agree, as a fan of the *original* version [Gregory Peck] I was quite excited when I heard that a series of four Hornblower films would be made. Havent missed a one yet ;-)
: : I highly recommend these adventures to anyone who likes a good story, the spray of salt water, and the romance of sailing ships....

: Agreed! Never saw the Gregory Peck version, but I'd be tempted to check it out.

: : Cant wait for the next episode!

: Me, either!

: : "Champ"

: : P.S.
: : I've been watching both the Sunday & Tuesday night showings, I just cant get enough of it :-)

: Good for you! There's nothing I admire more than someone with a good neurotic compulsion. Though seeing a movie a mere two times probably doesn't qualify, when the viewings are only two days apart, it's a good start! ;o) And speaking for neurotic-compulsives everywhere, I'm thinking I'll watch this week's episode again on Tuesday, myownself! It's a nice escape from the workaday world, eh?

:::Hornblower's O>K> but if you really want to see a good period show - watch the'Sharpe' series. It's excellent (although the acting and dialogue doesn't match Hornblower) Sharpe is a great hero, and is played very convicingly by the highly drool-worthy SEAN BEAN. check it out, they're showing it on the HISTORY channel

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