… how old she is.
228 229years old.)
Robin: I like the appearance of the “Elizabeth” in the middle (Phoebe Nicholls). The one to the right (Julia Davis) looks too old – nearly the
228 229years she actually owns. The bad wig doesn’t help, either. However, the more mature “Elizabeth” does a better job with the part in my opinion. I especially like her little tirade on the steps of their apartment in Camden Place. “If you hurry, you might just catch him before he calls again!” Davis also smiles as she delivers the zinger about Mary being sick and requiring Anne’s attention. The faint giggle was a nice touch. Nicholls does a good job with the news that Anne has already met William Elliot. “Well, I don’t know! Perhaps it was Mr. Elliot!”
I know this has little or nothing to do with Elizabeth, but the 2007 version of Mrs. Clay is definitely the best one. She’s very pretty, and we all know that Sir Walter’s head would not be turned by the crooked teeth of the lady in the 1995 version. I never remember all the actors’ names.
Sometimes I think I’m
228 229years old. My brain has only so much room for information. What is not entirely necessary just passes through my ears and falls out.
UPDATE: Yes, this is a rerun from last year. It’s the season for reruns you know. ;-)