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Old 04-14-2012, 08:30 AM   #11
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I always use basil for my pizza sauce, thanks for the idea, i will try thyme one of these days
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:19 AM   #12
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Thank you all for your lovely comments.

Have a jolly old weekend. Here in Liverpool this weekend, we have a big horse race on called The Grand National and we also have our 2 big football teams (Liverpool and Everton) playing at Wembley in London, for erm, some cup.
Quintuplets you are a heretic the only two big teams on Mersyside are LFC owned by the Americans and Tranmere Rovers.
My prediction LFC 3 Everton 1
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And his family knows his gas also!
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Tranmere Who?

Close on the result though! Lots of happy chaps in my house.
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Old 04-15-2012, 02:04 PM   #15
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Always, have enjoyed the classic Guy Williams Zorro, above and beyond all other copies of the Silver Screen versions ...
Really? I always found Guy Williams lacking sincerity in the role. My favorite is the Tyrone Power version (1940) with Linda Darnell as Lolita and Basil Rathbone as the quintessential villain. I will still stay up late to watch it whenever I see it listed on one of the classic movie channels.
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Sir Lion of Beef,

Tyrone Power was phenomenal too and I had seen the wonderful film u mention ... however, he specialised in film ...

I had been thinking in tv.

Tyrone was also wonderful in a Hemmingway classic starring Eva Gardner, FIESTA in Spanish or " THE SUN ALSO RISES " ... a fave film of mine. He portrayed Hemmingway ... Good film.

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Old 04-15-2012, 02:12 PM   #17
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Basil is my fave Sherlock Holmes !

Have a lovely Sunday. Margi.
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Basil is my fave Sherlock Holmes !

Have a lovely Sunday. Margi.
Me too. I love old B&W English films. Nobody can make B&W mystery movies like they do.
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I agree ... the classic mysteries too ... Agatha Christie ... Big Fan. Murder on the Orient Express, a favorite of mine ... The Hounds of the Baskervilles ... Really like Basil as Sherlock ... Wonderful intrepretation of character ... Nigel too, though I forget the actor´s name --- Bruce ? Do you recall Addie ?

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Yes, Nigel Bruce. I love Sherlock Holmes stories.
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