2nd June 2006 at 2:23 pm #783ivaradiKeymasterwas the charlotte Rhodes ok after the fire. and
where are they know cause there was more than one great ship used in the tv
onedin line. venatrix.
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HiltenSent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 9:48
PMSubject: RE: [shiponedingroup] the actors
of onedin line
Anne and Peter (Anne
and James) are married and live in Barnes. They were seen on BBC4 last April
and gave a small interview about filming The Onedin Line. Both look very
stopped acting after Onedin and now lives in the
Brian Rawlinson and
Howard Lang both died years ago.
Jill Gascoine now
lives in the
US . From Mary Webster is nothing
heard after Onedin but shes still alive.
The Charlotte Rhodes
was on fire in the late 70s. The Soren Larsen is in
Auckland and you can make
trips on it .but theyre very expensive.
You can find a lot of
info re. Onedin and the actors on the Internet.
If you have more
questions please ask.
On Behalf Of
donderdag 1 juni 2006 22:19
Subject: [shiponedingroup] the actors of
Im trying to find out
more on the actors of the tv program. cannot seem to find that much any photo
then and now. I do know mike billington died last year he is one of my heart
throbs. but its others of the cast that is hard to find out about live or died
can anyone help me . yours venatrix. ps could you also tell me if the ship is
still about to.3rd June 2006 at 10:50 am #784onedinlinieMemberHi venatrix,
the CHARLOTTE RHODES was complete destroyed by fire in Amsterdam 1979.
Police says, it was an act of sabotage.
The following vessels was also used for filming on deck: WINSTON
CHURCHILL, MARQUES, CHRISTIAN RADICH, SOEREN LARSEN, ESTHER LOHSE.
Could be more ships, I don't know.
The DANMARK and a lot of other tall ships are visible in the OL, but
only in sailing scenes, no filming on deck.
It's quaint to see the Danish flag at a Onedin Ship :-))) I think, the
szenes with DANMARK was filmed early. Or could be, the captain had
refused to set the UK flag. :-))) The danes got big sense of
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