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March 21, 2006



Ha! Guess what I just happen to have open in a window right now? P&P behind the scenes photos. :)


Yes, but did you *like* this version? I'm looking forward to seeing it. I am a JA addict! <--fun place to play


Mmmm! I *love* Jane Austen! I just watched the BBC version of P&P several times. I'm looking forward to seeing this version some day too. :)


I just loved this version of it, omg that man is so broody and hadsom and SAD faced! LOVED IT!


I absolutely loved this movie. I didn't know this version was out.


Hey all - I really loved this version. Much more brooding & romantic than the one with Colin Firth, although that one had it's moments too. ;)


Gimmee Colin Firth any day (yum yum) but then again, I haven't seen the latest version...


Sorry - saw this and it's the A&E version all the way for me. Besides, when I have six hours to spend on it I really get a lot of crocheting done.


Julie - I think both movies have their moments - I could watch each of them over & over. :)

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