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hoepuflly going to have a reconciliation…
and i was pleaseed that J had a son at last, (but pletny of scoepe
for conflict in later years – son wanting to become an actor instead
of a shipowner, or wnating to build #steamships!!) and I liked Margar
I know that Daniel died, was it in a shipping disaster?
> No, it just left all the "threads" running in the story.
> I would guess that the outline of the saga was already planned well
> this point, maybe even exists somewhere…
> One obvious twist for the script writers would have been Daniel
> miraculously turning up again (adrift in an open boat for weeks
> thing) just as Elizabeth started with some new dalliance!
> James had a new son, so there's a story to continue for another 20
> least! Charlotte was beginning to develop as a more sensible adult
> own aspirations, in fact there is a rich potential harvest of
> could have gone on and on. Like everything financial constraints
> in the end.
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> From: "stuart_fanning" <stuart.fanning@n…>
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> Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 10:49 AM
> Subject: [shiponedingroup] Did Producers conclude The Onedin Line
> Thanks to info from Diana we know that the 8th season of The Onedin
> Line was planned to be the last one. What do members think about the
> last couple of episodes? Did they tie-up all loose ends and finish
> this magificant saga satisfactorily?