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The Edwardian era is 1901-1910. 1889 is the VICTORIAN era.



What truly matters, Shangas, is that Titanic's First Officer William McMaster Murdoch's precious life began February 28, 1873, and ended April 15, 1912.

So this really should be "BOTH" a combo Victorian-Edwardian era forum. Right, Tom?

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Whether or not that matters is another issue. I was merely making a point that 1889 was still the Victorian period. The Edwardian period did not start until 1901 when King Edward VII ascended to the throne on the death of his mother, Queen Victoria.
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I'm thrilled to also add The Music Man (both versions) as still yet ANOTHER Edwardian era musical film.

Victor Garber (Thomas Andrews) plays the lead roll in the 2nd version.

Plus, their costumes are beautiful!!!

Here's Shirley Jones w/her piano lesson student, singing "Goodnight My Someone"...



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How about Judy Garland's Meet Me In St. Louis?

Judging by the beautiful costumes that were worn in this [sign in to see URL] had to be based on the Edwardian Era.

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