In the Guise of Death

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26 Mar 2005 14:08 #1109377922 by sweetlittlepixie
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You're absolutely right, Webmistress!

Must have been the thought of Nat looking fabulous in that long black jacket and open-neck white shirt, bounding up the stairs that blurred my memory.. :blink:

And Nick Dunning played Wenham, btw. :)

Pixie

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26 Mar 2005 17:17 #1109377923 by paddy
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He girlies,
you are all SO right...loved the episodes, even had to laugh couple of times!
And what a tough guy, running along the beach with that enormous wound... :whistle: :whistle:
Anyway, I liked the story, very nice shots of Nat and Havers was really good! Still wishing I was her...I think I am taking up aikido..
:blink:
Paddy

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27 Mar 2005 16:24 #1109377925 by saskia
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Hi, I wasnt meaning Nat shouldnt wear a jockey skull, I've been riding all my life and still ride most every day, no there are covers that go over the skulls, his sister had a pink and blue one one, without them they tend to look odd, the cover has a peak to it which is more attractive thats all. Just looks nicer. Nathaniel used to ride all the time when young and competed in showjumping etc., He has given prizes at alot of shows in this area. No I wasn't saying he looked naff in a hat I meant he looked a bit naff without the cover on, if you saw him with a plain black cover you'd know what I mean. The black jacket he was wearing with jeans at the beginnning lined in red, is a gentlemans hunt coat, I have one exactly the same, they are longer than the normal riding jacket, and worn by men who don't wear hunting pink, often only worn by hunt servants. I have the exact same jacket lined in red satin. Had it for years. I know Nat used to hunt regularly before he became famous and couldn't cos of the insurance. Years ago there was a picture of him in Horse and Hound hunting out with the famous Quorn Hunt who HRH has hunted with regularly.

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27 Mar 2005 17:21 #1109377927 by Lynley1962
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I didn't know you knew so much abuot horseriding. I didn't know this all from Nat. I know that he used to ride but can't do it anymore because of the insurance. I know he loves to gamble on horses but this was all new to me. He did look good on that horse. Too bad they showed so little form him. All they showed were the feet. You could hardly see him ride. I thought they should have shown more. With allthis information i might think that you saw Nat a few times on a horse.

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27 Mar 2005 17:27 #1109377928 by webmistress
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Hi Lynley1962,Thanks for sending in your fantastic description of "In the Guise of Death". Marvellous job and I think our American gals will love it. Take a look. What a wonderful Easter gift! HAPPY EASTER everyone - hope you have a wonderful time everywhere.... :) Hugs&kisses from me :kiss: Cheers!

"I don't know. I need help. I'm sorry. And something else. [...] I forgot it."
~ Armand Gamache

"If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." A simplified version of Occam's razor.

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27 Mar 2005 17:31 #1109377929 by Lynley1962
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No thanks Jessy. I hope everybody likes it. It was a bit difficult with all this horse stuff in it but i hope everyone can follow the story. I am sure you are watching the ZDF tonight are you. I don't know yet as i don't like Lynley in German. I hate what they do there (and in France), i prefer tio hear the real voices with subtitles. But for everyone who does see Lynley in German tonight. Have fun.

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