erik lundegaard

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Erik

I really enjoyed your review of “Lincoln”—you brilliantly put words to the sentiments I felt about Daniel Day-Lewis' performance (and to what I felt about the 'Abe' of the movie generally).
 
I agree with your criticism of Downton Abbey, but I have to say that Maggie Smith doesn't even have to say anything to be worth watching. She has had some of the most classic facial expressions in that show—it's fantastic! It's too bad the show does not seem to want to be its better self. That said, I believe you misspelled the actress Michelle Dockery's name. You might wish to correct it.
 
Sincerely,
Daniel

Daniel isn't kidding. I left off the “D” in Dockery for a “C.” That's not a good mistake—since corrected. Thanks, Daniel, and the army of copy editors I have out there.

Maggie Smith in "Downton Abbey"

“He spelled it with a what?”


Posted at 04:24 PM on Sat. Jan 12, 2013 in category Quote of the Day  
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Mister B wrote:

I guess that misspelling was quite the “dock-up.” :)

Comment posted on Sat. Jan 12, 2013 at 10:43 PM

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