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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362011 Tue May 26 2020 01:30 PM
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I'm sure I would like it Tiny.
But I already know how each one ends.
Unlike Ron, I still have some memory left. But, I expect that to change in a few years.

Don


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362013 Tue May 26 2020 01:41 PM
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Saw all of the Jesse Stone movies. Great premise. Selleck recalls that Stone is his all time movie character he ever played.

Been watching Midsomer Murders on Britbox. 21 seasons. Takes place in fictional Midsomer county in modern day Britain.
Cozy countryside scenery with Agatha Christie type plot lines. Well written. Detective chief inspector Tom Barnaby and his sidekick. Not gory but obscure whodunnit murders. Serious and lighthearted at the same time

Foryles War on Netflix is another good one. Takes place in wartime coastal England with a lot of references to life during the war and crimes committed that still must be solved.


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362018 Tue May 26 2020 02:07 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crYxBA_CjHA

There is the scene where Selleck explains the restraining order to Baldwin...


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362022 Tue May 26 2020 02:43 PM
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Don, the series is based on the books but I don't believe they are a verbatim repeat of them.


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362024 Tue May 26 2020 03:02 PM
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I agree archbury. I am on the second go-around on both. Maybe in 6 months, I can start my 3rd. dance BTW I lived in Fawn Grove, Pa. at age 2 until age 12. Don you are correct and I don't remember Jesse Stone. BTW Don, say hi to what's her name.


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362056 Tue May 26 2020 07:17 PM
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I never saw the series, but have read a number of the books. Fascinating reading. My daughter that lives in Colorado got me hooked on them.

Rick

Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362130 Wed May 27 2020 12:35 AM
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Yup, that's a good one. Terri and I did some 'marathon watching' of that series.

My current fix is Bosch, a LAPD detective series. It's on Amazon Prime.


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362149 Wed May 27 2020 01:18 AM
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I think it is coming back to me. He is divorced and a loner in a small town. A sheriff from the big city with a dog.


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I love therefore I am.

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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362160 Wed May 27 2020 01:56 AM
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watched all jessie stone movies. love the dialogue.


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Re: Longmire
Tiny #1362187 Wed May 27 2020 05:47 AM
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Love the Longmire show... just rewatched 'em a few months ago.

I love the books they are based on as well, good reading mostly.

-Woog

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