Post details: Black Adder

05/17/07

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Categories: History In Film & Television

Black Adder

I think you would be hard pressed to find any television program that made history more FUN than my all time favourite Black Adder!

Above is just one of my favourite clips involving Baldrick from Blackadder II.

I admit that my personal preference of all the series is the second, probably something to do with Miranda Richardson's brilliant performance of Elizabeth I. However, my absolute favourite episode is from series three: Sense and Senility

I'll see if I can find a clip from that one! And of course actor Hugh Laurie is brilliant as the Prince of Wales in that particular series as well.

If you are were a fan, please do leave a comment.

And remember"when the going gets tough, the tough hide under the table."

Enditall

Comments:

Comment from: MsDemmie [Visitor] Email · http://msdemmie.wordpress.com/
Brilliant series - I cried at the ending ...........
PermalinkPermalink 05/17/07 @ 15:52
Comment from: Admin [Member] Email · http://www.doubledeckerbuses.org/pastyme/
MsDemmie -> Me too!!!! Series four was required watching in my daughters grade 11 history class...she cried too!
PermalinkPermalink 05/17/07 @ 16:57
Comment from: khlari [Visitor] Email · http://musingsofkhlari.wordpress.com
I still cry every time I see it! Miranda Richardson was a most excellent Queenie...and of course Nursie was also brilliant!
PermalinkPermalink 05/25/07 @ 06:34
Comment from: Admin [Member] Email · http://www.doubledeckerbuses.org/pastyme/
khlari -> Miranda Richardson rawked as Queenie .. :)
PermalinkPermalink 05/25/07 @ 18:00

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