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Date Posted: 03:15:35 09/21/14 Sun
Author: Conmama
Subject: I wish they had used Ellen's pearls as described in the books.
In reply to: DonnaS 's message, "I'm a bit disappointed too. Probably because my brain expected things to play out in book sequence. Must watch a few more times to adjust. Looking forward to Ron's podcast. (Those pearls...what?)" on 20:18:42 09/20/14 Sat

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[> [> [> [> [> Pearls really disappointed! too Hollywood and not the right type they reek to me of ability to commercial market the item obviously show up better but are not believable as being available in 1700 s in a cultured strand like they used. I also missed the church scene did not care for the flash back to civil ceremony -- BetsyG, 07:06:59 09/21/14 Sun

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