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Subject: Current Morse/Lewis happenings in England


Author:
Ken Burt
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Date Posted: Monday, June 27, 10:09:06pm

I will be in England, including five days in Oxford in July. I'm wondering if anyone knows of anything related to the Morse or Lewis serieses that I might catch. I know John Thaw and the whole series will be much on my mind throughout my stay. I've been to England before, but never Oxford. I think I remember once seeing a posting here from someone who got to actually be an extra in a Lewis episode. To me it is amazing that a series, and the actors who made it come alive, can seem such a part of us. Obviously, I never knew John Thaw, but his creation is a part of my psyche. I bet his Morse would have thought that silly!

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Re: Current Morse/Lewis happenings in EnglandJanetTuesday, June 28, 01:19:48pm
Re: Current Morse/Lewis happenings in EnglandTheresa HWednesday, June 29, 02:05:20am
Re: Current Morse/Lewis happenings in EnglandJanetSaturday, August 20, 09:29:21am


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