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Saturday, 12 October 2019

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David

From your title I was afraid you were going stop reading altogether.

A light reading break is alwas good.

For the making of the series "Mr. Selfridge" the directors used what is termed a 'green backdrop screen' which is useful for making a London city block look like early 20th century. This allowed for carriages and wagons etc. All the above mentioned precautions were taken to keep the modern world from intruding.

Hank, when I am buried I am going to insist that I have a book in the coffin with me!

Well, Whiters, what else can you expect from those crafty acting-johnies!

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