Forum Replies Created
29th April 2006 at 11:54 am in reply to: Please post when you get your Season 4 DVD's………….. #726Received mine today from BOL (NL). I live in Surrey, England.28th April 2006 at 11:10 am in reply to: Please post when you get your Season 4 DVD's………….. #718BOL Netherlands confirmed they shipped mine yesterday.Only for Seasons One and Two. The Dutch DVD release of Season Three
has all episodes complete with start and end
— In email@example.com, "Reini" <allofme@u…> wrote:
> Yep, the dutch region 2 DVD's are exactly like this, 3 or 4
> one after each other, without a break or the title music. The good
> is, that you have a whole season with one of these sets.
> Reinhard from Austria
> Megan wrote:
> > Hi Barbara,
> > I've got this DVD set, and it is four disks and coded region 4.
> > DVD is presented as one episode, ie. as a compilation of 3 or 4
> > episodes. I believe that region 2 DVD was also presented like
> > Cheers,
> > Megan.
> > — In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bafibo"
> > <Barbara.Fischer-Bossert@w…> wrote:
> >> Has anyone seen the new Australian DVD edition of season one
> >> (http://www.dvdbits.com/reviews.asp?id=2666)? It is coded
> >> but with a multi-region player it should not be a problem to
> >> elsewhere than Australia.
> >> The given overall running time of 750 minutes would account for
> >> episodes of 50 minutes but I cannot find an episode list. The
> >> contents descriptions of the four DVDs could be written for the
> >> or dutch edition as well.
> >> At another address
> >> (http://www.dvdorchard.com.au/Product.asp?PND=111856) the same
> >> edition is to include five DVDs instead of four but with only
> >> minutes contents. That does not make sense at all.
> >> I would much like to know if this edition is cut like the
> >> not.
> >> — In email@example.com, "Diana" <moonroll@n…>
> >> wrote:28th February 2005 at 9:27 am in reply to: Captain Baines – Did the Scripwriter give him a Raw Deal? #528— In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ronald Pritchard
> Hi Stuart,
> Not really (though possibly puzzling). JO was
> basically an aristocrat from the beginning (?) and
> married Anne to gain the shipping line. WB was just a
> common sailor who worked his way up. Though it does
> seem confusing at times why JO would not consider WB
> his equal (when it was Capt. WB) it is sort of the
> caste system of the victorian era.
> Searching for WB in Labrador would have been the
> code of the sea (going to another's distress) and
> not necessarily mean they were buddy-buddy.
> I have not seen all the eps but what happen to Anne
> Onedin? Did she die or get a divorce from James?
> — stuart_fanning <stuart.fanning@n…>
> > Does anyone else think it strange that, in the main,
> > the
> > Baines/James Onedin relationship didn't develop all
> > that much. If
> > you look at their relationship during the first
> > couple of seasons
> > and the last two seasons, it hadn't changed that
> > much. Surely over
> > the 20 or 30 years they were together Baines would
> > have grown in
> > self confidence so that there relationship would
> > have become more of
> > one of equals. Obviously it couldn't completely as
> > Baines was a
> > senior employee, but Onedin's growing reliance on
> > Baines over the
> > years should have pushed things in that direction. I
> > think Onedin
> > would have accepted a more equal relationship, but
> > the series
> > scriptwriters really didn't develop the Baines
> > character very much.
> > Onedin obviously cared for Baines as the long search
> > in icy Labrador
> > proved and the naming of Onedin's son William at the
> > endof the
> > series.
Anne died in Childbirth having
> Do you Yahoo!?
> Yahoo! Mail – Helps protect you from nasty viruses.