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Who would make a good Honor Harrington in a Movie/TV role?

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Re: Who would make a good Honor Harrington in a Movie/TV rol
Post by cthia   » Sat Dec 23, 2017 4:03 pm

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dscott8 wrote:Since this thread has been re-awakened, I have a suggestion for Queen Elizabeth III: Jasmine Breinburg. You may remember her as the girl who lost her phone in the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony. Since getting that big break, she has done some serious acting.

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Excellent cast! And she's drop-dead gorgeous. Especially when I imagine the rapport between her and Michelle.

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Re: Who would make a good Honor Harrington in a Movie/TV rol
Post by RogueWarrior   » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:32 am

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cthia wrote:
dscott8 wrote:Since this thread has been re-awakened, I have a suggestion for Queen Elizabeth III: Jasmine Breinburg. You may remember her as the girl who lost her phone in the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony. Since getting that big break, she has done some serious acting.

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Excellent cast! And she's drop-dead gorgeous. Especially when I imagine the rapport between her and Michelle.


About 1000 shades too light in the skin.
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Re: Who would make a good Honor Harrington in a Movie/TV rol
Post by dscott8   » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:22 am

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RogueWarrior wrote:About 1000 shades too light in the skin.


Not really. There's a passage (I'm too lazy to go look up the reference right now) where W.E.B. DuHavel is explaining the long-forgotten concept of "racism", and he mentions that Elizabeth is much lighter-skinned than her cousin Michele Henke.
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