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The Forsyte Saga

Stan Rozenfeld gives a good review to one of my favorite all-time TV series: the original "Forsyte Saga" (a 1967 BBC production). Check out his review here. I left a brief comment here.

Comments welcome, but drop by Stan's Live Journal.

Comments

Have you seen the lavish (big budget) remake of Forsyte Saga a couple of years ago? I watched that one on PBS and loved it and then read the book afterward.

Hong, I actually have the DVDs for both segments of the remake, but have not watched either just yet.

Interestingly, those who never saw the original seemed to like the remakes quite a bit. Those who were well acquainted with the original were disappointed with the remakes.

I'll reserve judgment till I see it!

Thanks for your comments.