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BBC Narnia - interesting website.

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BBC Narnia - interesting website.

Postby Pete » 18 Jan 2007, 06:19

The other day, I found this interesting website with photos from the BBC Narnia series. What was most interesting to me though, was that it also has where are they now picture profiles of some of the cast - namely the children and the young adults - who were in them. :smile: Unfortunately it's not in English, however the info on the actors and actresses on the pictures is in English. Enjoy!

http://www.dreamnarnia.com/dd/mo_bbc.htm
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Postby carol » 18 Jan 2007, 09:16

If you hire the set of DVDs from a video place, you should get the extended version... the special edition or whatever, which has a "reunion" of the characters, a couple of interviews, and something from Blue Peter (UK children's prog).It's worth checking them out!
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Postby Pete » 18 Jan 2007, 10:49

I was going to make up a birthday wishlist and have that at the top of it...but my birthday's only a couple of days away now...so maybe I don't have time to get the hint across... :undecided:
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Postby LucyPevensie » 18 Jan 2007, 22:03

I didn't know Asian people were into Narnia. very cool site though. It would be better If I could read it. :read: I'm gonna have to track down one of those translating programs.
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Postby Pete » 19 Jan 2007, 02:26

The movie was released in Asia, so I'd be surprised if the books aren't at least somewhat popular there also. :smile: In fact, I'd be surprised if they (the books) isn't translated into many languages which we'd probably be surprised to hear...and I think China's probably one of the less obscure ones. :wink:
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Postby LucyPevensie » 19 Jan 2007, 16:18

Very true. But it's funny because I couldn't find an English site that was even close to the Asian one you found. :??: Oh well.

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Postby Pete » 20 Jan 2007, 06:29

I'm signed up to a Yahoo group that's got heaps of pictures from the BBC series...:toothy-grin:, I'd give you the address, only I don't recall it and it's on my computer that is currently out of action.
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