In the Guise of Death

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31 Mar 2005 07:47 #1109377966 by webmistress
Replied by webmistress on topic Re:In the Guise of Death
alright then,

let's get things straight - now we're getting really serious here ;)

  • I am responsible for your addictions - fine with me! Any excuse for non-detoxing is allowed in this case.
  • Nat is unable to walk on water, not immortal, and consequently will have grey (or even no) hair someday (or he's even fighting that already)... that could be a tragedy but not the world's end.
  • There will be life after Lynley and there has been life before Lynley.
  • Critics do what they do: they criticise, what else should they do? Praise?
  • Fans as a consequence think quite the opposite - a natural animosity so to speak.
  • Actors (including Nat) are basically able to portray more than one character, that's their fun.
  • Nobody is perfect.
  • Bearer of bad news are the ones to be beheaded although they've really nothing to do with it, really, really, really. *cut*
  • Nobody is perfect.
  • In principle the world is still round.
  • I knew I forgot something really important here, blimey!
  • ....???!!!
  • Nobody is perfect.
  • OK that's that.

  • Cheers!

    P.S.: Milkmaiden's wisdom speaking... :P

    "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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    31 Mar 2005 16:49 #1109377970 by caroline
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    Hello all!!! From what I have read here, "In the Guise of Death" seems to be a perfect title for this thread.

    Personally, it is very enjoyable to read from Nat's fans, their thoughts about and hopes for different plot lines, different plots, wishful thinking about the series and so on. The critics never bother me. It is a matter of taste for each individual, and as Jessy says, no one is perfect. But this site makes it fun to discuss Nat in each venue he has choosen to act. I don't know about living without a Nathaniel Parker fansite, but I will say that Inspector Lynley and Havers have given me something to shout about. I think the series is absolutely wonderful! I really think being a fan of Nat as Inspec. Lynley in particular has given me personally, the opportunity to meet some great people here in the forum. And now, I look forward to seeing Bleak House. Later gang! Caroline

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    21 Feb 2012 04:42 #1109394428 by LynnGwyneth
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    Hi there...
    Does anyone know where the "Asherton" Estate location is filmed? Is it actually Cornwall or somewhere else?
    Cheers,
    Lynn

    πόλλ' οἶδ' ἀλώπηξ, ἐχῖνος δ'ἓν μέγα

    Ἀρχίλοχος (c. 680 BC - c. 645 BC)

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    21 Feb 2012 08:04 - 19 Dec 2012 08:24 #1109394429 by inspector
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    Hi LynnGwyneth,
    as far as I know from our member Lisa is it in Cornwall. She visited the mansion last year. Maybe she will answer you too.
    Greetings
    :) :laugh: :)
    Last edit: 19 Dec 2012 08:24 by inspector.

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    21 Feb 2012 14:59 #1109394430 by LynnGwyneth
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    Hi, Claudia,

    Thanks so much! I hope Lisa tells us. I'd like to know which stately home it is.
    Cheers,
    Lynn

    πόλλ' οἶδ' ἀλώπηξ, ἐχῖνος δ'ἓν μέγα

    Ἀρχίλοχος (c. 680 BC - c. 645 BC)

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    22 Feb 2012 12:54 - 22 Feb 2012 12:59 #1109394433 by Lisa
    Replied by Lisa on topic Re:In the Guise of Death
    Dear Lynn :)
    yes Claudia menthion it right. The estade is in Cornwall and the name is:
    Trerice. It´s very nice to visit. It´s a fun for adults and children as well.
    You can try to play old music-intruments and to try a night´s dress. You know this thing Arthus wear all the time. ;)
    The garden is small but nice and you HAVE to try Cream-Tea, hmmm yummie.
    So if you have the oportunity to visit it, do it.

    Greetings and Glück auf!!!
    Lisa

    For more information look here:
    www.nationaltrust.org.uk/trerice/

    Greeting from www.ruhr2010.de
    Last edit: 22 Feb 2012 12:59 by Lisa.

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