Saturday, May 3, 2014

"Are we going to have a game, or not?"


Goodness, I've been really sporadic with my games lately, haven't I? I guess I don't really have a pattern-- there's just a game whenever it's convenient. Haha. :-) Well, this week we will have a new game, which, as far as I know, is my original idea: Period Drama Gentlemen's Apparel.
  To play, just look at the pictures of period drama gentlemen's outfits and try to guess what period drama the outfit comes from and who wears it. Five points for each correctly guessed period drama and five for each correctly guessed character. Answers will be posted next Saturday. Have fun guessing!

 There are fourteen of them-- I guess maybe I got a wee bit carried away. :-P

#1

Period Drama:
Character name:

#2

Period Drama: 
Character name:

#3

Period Drama:
Character name:

#4

Period Drama:
Character name:

#5

Period Drama:
Character name:

#6

Period Drama:
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#7

Period Drama:
Character name:

#8

Period Drama:
Character name:

#9

Period Drama:
Character name:

#10

Period Drama:
Character name:

#11

Period Drama:
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#12

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#13

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#14

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I hope you like this game! :-)


11 comments:

  1. Clever clever girl! I knew you could do it as well!
    Think of clever games I mean. :-)

    1. MATTHEW CRAWLEY from Downton Abbey!!! Well done for putting him first. He certainly deserved it, didn't he?

    2. Prince Albert from Young Queen Victoria.

    3. Mmm maybe Mr Carter from Cranford?
    Or maybe it's Colonel Brandon from S&S 2007.

    4.?

    5. HORIATO HORNBLOWER FROM HORIATO HORNBLOWER. So so typical you.

    6. Rhett Butler from Gone with the Wind

    7. Piorot from the Piorot movies? Just a guess- I've never seen it.

    8. ?

    9. Gilbert Blythe from Anne of Green Gables- the sequel.

    10. MR KNIGHTLEY!!! From Emma.

    11. Sir Percy from the Scarlett Pimpernel.

    12. ?

    13. Mr Robinson from the Swiss Family Robinson? He plays alongside Jane Seymour, I know that.

    14. And last but certainly not least, Tom Branson from D A.

    Thanks Mary! (Oh so you're Mary in this blog as well, are you?)

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  2. 1- Matthew Crawley in Downton Abbey.
    2- Prince Albert in The Young Victoria.
    3- Arthur Clennam in Bleak House. That hat!
    4- FIDDLE!
    5- The eponymous Horatio Hornblower.
    6- Rhett in Gone With the Wind.
    7- Richard Collier in Somewhere in Time.
    8- Mr. Merriman in Felicity. I'm veeery interested in doing business with Merriman!
    9- Gilbert Blythe in Anne of Avonlea. Did you know Gilbert Blythe is dying?
    10- Dear, darling Mr. Knightly in Emma.
    11- Percy! Sir Percival Blakeny in The Scarlet Pimpernel.
    12- Mr. Rochester in Jane Eyre.
    13- Byron Sully in Dr. Quinn.
    14- Tom Branson in Downton Abbey.
    ~Sadie

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  3. This is a very neat idea and different since we usually see the dress games. This is such fun! :)

    #1
    Period Drama: Downton Abbey
    Character name: Matthew Crawley


    #2
    Period Drama: The Young Victoria
    Character name: Prince Albert


    #3
    Period Drama: Little Dorrit
    Character name: Arthur Clennam


    #4
    Period Drama: Cranford
    Character name: Dr. Frank Harrison


    #5
    Period Drama: Horatio Hornblower movies
    Character name: Horatio Hornblower!


    #6
    Period Drama: Gone With The Wind
    Character name: Rhett Butler


    #7
    Period Drama: Somewhere In Time
    Character name: Christopher Reeve's character...don't recall the name :(


    #8
    Period Drama: Felicity: An American Girl Adventure!
    Character name: Mr. Merriman


    #9
    Period Drama: Anne Of Avonlea
    Character name: Gilbert Blythe


    #10
    Period Drama: Emma 2009
    Character name: Mr. Knightley!


    #11
    Period Drama: The Scarlet Pimpernel
    Character name: Sir Percy Blakeney


    #12
    Period Drama: Jane Eyre 2011
    Character name: Mr. Edward Rochester

    #13
    Period Drama: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman TV series
    Character name: Sully!


    #14
    Period Drama: Downton Abbey TV series
    Character name: Branson

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  4. Naomi,
    I seriously did not realize when I put that signature on that it said Mary-- I made it for the DA blog but I forgot that it said Mary and I wasn't paying attention, haha. So no, I'm not Mary on this blog too. :-P

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  5. 1. Downton Abbey/Matthew Crawley
    2. The young Victoria/Prince Albert
    3. Little Dorrit/Arthur Clennam
    4.
    5. Hornblower/Horatio Hornblower
    6. Gone with the Wind/Rhett
    7.
    8.
    9.
    10. Emma 2009/Mr Knightley
    11. Scarlet Pimpernell/Sir Percy
    12.
    13. Dr Quinn Medicine Woman/Sully
    14. Downton Abbey/Tom Branson

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  6. What fun! Though I only know a few.

    #4 could be Mr. Thornton from North and South.

    #5 is totally from a Horatio Hornblower movie, but those don't really look like Ioan's hands, so... Archie Kennedy, maybe?

    #9 is Gilbert Blythe in Anne of Avonlea, I think.

    #11 is Sir Percy Blakeney in The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    #13 is Byron Sully on Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman

    Best I can do!

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  7. That welcome 'candle' is so cute Emma! I noticed it straightaway.

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  8. This is so much fun! :) I love this idea and I'm now scrolling through and attempting to name a few. :)

    -Acacia
    p-o-n-d-e-r-i-n-g.blogpost.com

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  9. PS I've just been scrolling through your blog and I must say, it's SO lovely, warm, refreshing, and welcoming. I highly admire your 'old-fashioned' style and your authentic love for Christ. :) Keep blogging! We love your posts. :) In Christ, Acacia xx

    PPS Yes, I agree with Naomi -- the welcome candle is too cute!

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  10. I love the lace around your blog- I haven't seen that before! :)

    ashley-ashstash.blogspot.com

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