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Grace



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2006 9:39 pm    Post subject: Hornblower - Mutiny screen cap comments only Reply with quote

Jayjay wrote:
OH.....oh....ohhhhhh....my....goodness....gracious.

*swoons*

I love those first two.

And you got a "FIYAH!" in there. You rock.

And stocking/flexed calf action too.... *dies*

And the ruffles/scarf/no-hat-smoulder shot... *eep!*

I adore you, Suz. You made my day.

Akka wrote:
Where is the"cold shower" emoticon???? Surprised

pamdram wrote:
*swoons* *wibbles* *is ded*

Oh dear. Now I have to go to work. Damn it all!

Diesel wrote:
I love those first two


You can never see too many ruffles. Fact. Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2006 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Akka wrote:
These are one of the best movies Iīve ever seen and I sooooo wish that they will run here in Germany finally, and that more Germans find out what an absolutley fabulous actor Paul is!

Thanks for the caps!
Lindsaygirl wrote:
My ovaries can't take much more of this! They're exhausted.

Bush makes them jump and wiggle around like noone else I've ever seen!


LG
Diesel wrote:
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wet and dry!


Ah, wet and dry........first it was dry, now it is wet................the curly dark hair................his hair, i did mean his hair Laughing
yeah, right Wink Darned, did'nt the navy teach them it would be much easier to swim without close that with full kit on? oink, here goes kylie again, singing; 'i should be so lucky' in my head
You now, if that would actualy happen, i would'nt know what to grab at first; the Bushtush, ruffled shirt, stockings, other 'most definitely interesting parts'........So many plingdingthings to choose, such a difficult decision.... Wink

Diesel Twisted Evil
Samaramis wrote:
Suzanne,
These caps are great! Oh, my...Mr. Lt. Bush all wet.
He looks sooo delicious all wet.

Evening plans all made. Sit in front of computer and drool...

Thanks again.
Suzanne wrote:
You're welcome! Sounds like a good plan! Very Happy

Suz
miss silly wrote:
Thanks Suzanne for alle these caps!

I had made some plans for this evening, but i think I will have to change them!

Sylvia
Teri wrote:
'Beauty' is a thing called Paul McGann in Mutiny...


These are fantastic, Suz. I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for Mutiny--it's where 'Lt. Bush' first knocked all our socks off, and showed us that 'Woman does not live by Lt. Hornblower alone...' And we've all been running around barefoot ever since, haven't we? Wink

Gad, he was somethin' else in this, wasn't he? *SIGH* And you got some really dreamy shots of it all, too, Suz--thanks. Smile
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And we've all been running around barefoot ever since, haven't we?


Bwahahahahaa, giggle, giggle, snort!!!!!
That is the PERFECT description!

Infact, I am barefoot right this very minute.....
Barefooted and wiggling my toesies as I drool over our Lieutenant!

Yep, he definitely knocked my socks off, and more, when I saw and heard him in Mutiny!!!


LG
Akka wrote:
Have you realized his hair here?


He wears his hair at the side. ohmygod, what is the right describing for that? Debbie, clear me up for: Hair wearing not in the middle, wearing to the side!
We call it "Seitenscheitel" but my dictionary isnīt hairdressing updated! Wink

I like him wearing his hair like this! Embarassed Although itīs because of the wind! Rolling Eyes
Teri wrote:
Akka wrote:

He wears his hair at the side. ohmygod, what is the right describing for that?
We call it "Seitenscheitel" but my dictionary isnīt hairdressing updated! Wink

I like him wearing his hair like this! Embarassed Although itīs because of the wind! Rolling Eyes

Laughing Laughing

Only a hairdresser! Akka, you must've adored him in Fairytale then! Surprised In English we call that a 'side part'. Smile
Suzanne wrote:
Looks like that's where his hair parts naturally, then. Smile

Suz
Black Hound wrote:
He looks extraordinarily handsome in those scenes. Running about in his small clothes with his hair all curly and windswept.

I'd pay good cash money to be able to see him go down that anchor live and in person again and again and again. *g*
Akka wrote:
Teri wrote:
Akka, you must've adored him in Fairytale then! Surprised In English we call that a 'side part'. Smile


Ahhjaaaa, Fairy Tales, I forgot, but there his hair is combed, with GEL, or Pomade! I especially like this natural windy flowing look!

A side part, why doesnīt that come in my mind? Embarassed So a middle part is in the middle? Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 1:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOL! Was that me written all these.....?????

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2006 7:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Heehee! I know, it's funny to see my old comments too!
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've never seen Hornblower. Embarassed

Oh, the shame...
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh Marwood!! That just means you have a FANTABULOUS treat in store!! Lt. Bush (Paul) is only in the last 4 episodes, but the first 4 episodes are wonderful. I was in love with Hornblower before Bush ever came along. In fact, I was rather wary and skeptical about Bush when he first appeared, hee. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marwood,

Lt. Bush is one of those major Rites of Passage.

You really MUST see the Hornblower films.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 8:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Grace wrote:
Oh Marwood!! That just means you have a FANTABULOUS treat in store!!
Down East wrote:
Lt. Bush is one of those major Rites of Passage.

You really MUST see the Hornblower films.

Very Happy

Grace wrote:
Lt. Bush (Paul) is only in the last 4 episodes, but the first 4 episodes are wonderful. I was in love with Hornblower before Bush ever came along. In fact, I was rather wary and skeptical about Bush when he first appeared, hee. Very Happy

Oh, so he has only been in four episodes? Is Hornblower a weekly program (when it's airing), or are the episodes each a feature-length story? I'm going to make sure I catch it when it's next on!

I don't really watch much TV, so usually miss things unless I'm told about them.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

They're feature length movies. The last four are Mutiny, Retribution, Duty and Loyalty. If you follow the books, they trace Lt. Hornblower, and I think, part of Hornblower and the Hotspur. You can buy them on DVD -- and they even come in sets, and they're not that expensive. These movies are really something that no PMG fan should be without. Lt. Bush is the first love of many a McGanned, and some even simply fall in love with Lt. Bush and want to gush that wet lieutenant.

He's ornery, cranky, and sometimes scary, but he's also kind, fiercely loyal, forgiving, and downright handsome if you ask me. He's a stolid old sea dog and you'll love him as much as Hornblower does. Urk... did I just say that?

Where are you from, Marwood? I know they have the movies on Netflix if you're in the US.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 8:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Desdemona wrote:
They're feature length movies. The last four are Mutiny, Retribution, Duty and Loyalty.

Thanks, I'll make sure I catch them next time they're on TV. Smile

Desdemona wrote:
Lt. Bush is the first love of many a McGanned, and some even simply fall in love with Lt. Bush and want to gush that wet lieutenant.

Very Happy

Desdemona wrote:
Where are you from, Marwood? I know they have the movies on Netflix if you're in the US.

I'm from - and live in - the UK. I only have the terrestrial TV channels, but I'm sure it won't be long before they're repeated.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Hornblower films are where I first stumbled upon Paul! Very Happy Like Grace, I was pretty much a Ioan Gruffudd fan after seeing the first four (Ioan plays 'Horatio Hornblower'), but when the second series of two films came out (Mutiny and Retribution) with PMG as Lt. Bush, my loyalties kinda shifted. Wink

Even if you're generally not a fan of things nautical (the Napoleonic naval era, in particular), this will convert you, I guarantee!! They are so well done, and great fun to watch!

Here's a breakdown of the series:


HORNBLOWER I (1999-US)

'The Duel' ('The Even Chance' in the UK)

'The Fire Ships'

'The Duchess and the Devil'

'The Wrong War' ('The Frogs and Lobsters' in the UK)


HORNBLOWER II - The Adventure Continues
(with Paul McGann as Lt. Bush) (2001-US)


'The Mutiny'

'Retribution'


HORNBLOWER III - The New Adventures
(with Paul McGann as Lt. Bush) (2003-US)


'Duty'

'Loyalty'


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have an ex-boyfriend who looks EXACTLY like Ioan Gruffudd. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Surely 'old boyfriend' = 'old pics', then? Very Happy

*nudge nudge*

*wink wink*
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, the only one I have on my PC was taken when he was 17 (he's now 23). It's not the best picture to illustrate my point, but if you look at the shape of the nose and eyebrows, the colour of his hair and eyes and so on, you should see the resemblance. He got more and more like Ioan as he grew older, too.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh yeah, yeah! I can definitely see it! Especially if his face weren't all screwed up in that little Arthur Fonzarelli 'Heyyyyy...' wink. Wink

Cute guy. Was he full of himself because of it?
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