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Edwardian Era Movies


This is about movies made with the Edwardian Era-type storylines, settings, costumes, etc. For example: Audrey Hepburn's My Fair Lady movie musical is such a film.

I'm listing it, because it is a much loved film most of us have seen.

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And then there is Mary Poppins.

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And Somewhere In Time, with Jane Seymour & Christopher Reeve...

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quote:

MurdochsAid wrote:

And Somewhere In Time, with Jane Seymour & Christopher Reeve...

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i must be the only person in the world who has not seen this movie.

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Oh wills, you need to see it! It's wonderful!

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There are also Death in Venice and Room With a View and Nicholas and Alexandra...

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Not to also mention Hayley Mills' Pollyanna, that is set exactly in "the" year of 1912...emoticon Actress Jane Wyman, our now late President Ronald Reagan's 1st wife, played "Aunt Polly Harrington", in this delightful Disney film as well.

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Wasn't Summer Magic also supposedly about then? And Peter Pan? Not to mention all those Sherlock Holmes movies.

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You know what, Lee? I think you're right about those two movies being of the Edwardian Era.emoticon











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It is amazing what good and great films there is still around today, I am not sure about the greatness of Mary Popins, Fake accents throughout. And not a thing of real life in it.

Hayley Mills now she was one of my idols. I loved her in the parent trap. And her father of course Sir John Mills now he was a actor.

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