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Subject: Re: Remembering John... Ten years on!

Theresa H
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Date Posted: Tuesday, February 21, 05:42:06am
In reply to: Janet 's message, "Remembering John... Ten years on!" on Monday, February 20, 08:03:14pm

Janet thank for that really moving tribute to John! It's obviously something straight from the heart. I also have John and his family in my thoughts today.

I'll be remembering him by watching some episodes of 'Stanley and the Woman'. I think his scenes in particular with his mentally disturbed son, are very touching & moving.

John depicted the depth of his character's confusion and love for his son in a gentle, understated way that made the emotional impact of his performance all the more powerful. So typical of his acting style!

Along with you Janet, let me say, "God bless you Guv!"
Theresa H (Australia)

>Today ten years after he passed away, John is still
>fondly remembered, thanks in part too new dramas like
>Lewis and now Endeavour, which are keeping John's well
>loved character of Inspector Morse firmly in the
>public's eye.
>John passed away on Thursday 21st February 2002, but
>thankfully there are new dvd releases, which are
>keeping his wonderful creations alive for generations
>of fans to see.
>Today and everyday we remember John with love, and we
>hold his family in our thoughts, later tonight I'm
>going to mark his anniversary by watching Killer
>Waiting, one of my all time favourite dramas.
>John! You were and still are simply the best, god
>bless you gov'.
>Regards Janet

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