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27 Oct 2005 10:36 #1109378719 by Martina
Replied by Martina on topic Re:Newbie too!
Hi Gena,
Thanks for your kindness. I know this word belongs to the electric wordgroup, and Nat is "electrical" :laugh: This is the advantage, when you are looking for the right words in a foreign language and in german, my spoken language, I always use "bloomy" words.
There were a lot of misunderstanding because of this on this site.
:blush:
My favorite movies of Nat are "Othello", "Trust", " Far from..." and "Vanity fair".
Inspector Lynley is best entertainment and I love watching the changes of his character.I´m exiting because of "Bleakhouse" and "Fade to black", but it will take time to see this movies.
BTW I love your country, esspecially San Francisco. I enyoyed John Steinbeck`s
"Cannery row" and Monterey years ago. I`m a huge fan of "of mice and men".

So stay with us
best greetings
yours
MartinaB)

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27 Oct 2005 23:51 #1109378727 by Kassiel
Replied by Kassiel on topic And then...

You know, I used to live in San Francisco Martina. I spent 10 very happy years there before work brought us down to LA. (Whole 'nother world down here, let me tell you!)

Getting back to Nat's work though, can anyone tell me if pretty much all of his work is available here in the US? I know in another thread there was discussion on finding DVD's/VHS copies of his work via the public library which is cool--but is most of it also for sale?
Btw--does anyone know how long it will take to film this new season of IL?

Thanks~
G.

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29 Oct 2005 20:54 #1109378734 by Martina
Replied by Martina on topic Re:And then...
Hi Gena,

so you see, everything is connected:laugh: I think the most of Nat`s movies you can order from amazon or ebay. But I`m not sure, because of the code. Please ask our great and "wise" webmistress, she knows all about the places, the prices and codes, if you want own the movies. Libaries are a good subsitutes to see the movies first, when you are not sure about the tenors and the qualities.

Goodspeed

yours Martina

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01 Nov 2005 07:40 #1109378748 by webmistress
Replied by webmistress on topic Re:And then...
Hi kassiel,

most of Nat's work can be bought. The thing is half of it is out in the USA, the other half is out in the UK, so you'd have to order via the internet, which shouldn't be a huge problem. EBay is also a good place to get hard-to-finds.

Please read about the region restriction questions you might have here

and what's out to buy here .

Cheers!

webmistress

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02 Nov 2005 00:01 #1109378753 by Kassiel
Replied by Kassiel on topic Nat's work on both sides of the pond.
Thanks for the links! Much appreciated. (And you took that ebay thought right out of my head! ;) ) I'm lucky enough to have a multi zone DVD player so I'm thinking that Amazon UK would be a good option as well.

What's your personal favorite? :)

G.

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05 Nov 2005 14:42 #1109378763 by webmistress
Replied by webmistress on topic Re:Nat's work on both sides of the pond.
Hello Kassiel,


Kassiel wrote:

What's your personal favorite? :)


:blink:

Ohh that's a tough one, isn't it? :laugh: All of them, plus audios?

Yeah, well. There are some I like quite a great deal that should be available to you: Vanity Fair, Othello, Hamlet and Far From The Madding Crowd. Also not forgetting Piece of Cake.

Cheers!

webmistress ;)

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