Discussion in 'Dynasty' started by Gabriel Maxwell, Dec 28, 2016.
I love that Joan Collins' ghost story involves a palazzo, sugared almonds, a jardinière and a butler and a soapy ominous portrait. It's the Dynasty mystery arc that never was.
She should write more novels. Creative genius.
Surely you are not doubting the authenticity of Joan's harrowing account? And for all of you who rated this funny, let me remind you that this is serious...deadly serious.
Joan could have been killed, ok?
Yes; that would have been an interesting mini-arc for the show.
I mean calling him a paedophile is extreme. Especially now he's dead and Sacha cant really back it up with any evidence that he was. An adulterer yes, and one who liked younger women, but paedophile? Sacha seemed to upset and offend Joan and Tara with what he said about his father.
The background at the beginn and the end reminds me of nuDynasty opening credits.
I've created a new video with the Dynasty cast... Have a look how the stars have changed over the years.
Hope you like it Enjoy and have a good day...
Wow, that was actually a great interview with Ali, i enjoyed it a lot!
If she got to behave like that during her stint on DYNASTY, then it would have made sense why Blake would be attracted to her. Ali's very charming and funny in this video.
I don't know if this has been posted already. If anyone's missed it, it's definitely worth a watch:
More from Linda:
This stuff just drives me crazy -- all the world seemed to know what DYNASTY could and should be .... except the producers. Why didn't the show ever look, feel, sound, or smell like this?:
Or even this -- and you don't have to actually go to France and find a chateau:
Linda's such a dear.
Gorgeous. Sexy. Glamorous. Yet also soothing, oddly soothing... Yes, DYNASTY should have had scenes that looked and felt like that.
That's some of the shittest magic ever seen. And wow.... I never imagined what a young David Copperfield was like.
It's always just driven me a bit nuts, how everyone else -- including TV commercial directors -- "get" the poignant nobility of this potentially Camelot-esque thing called "Dynasty".
And yet DYNASTY's show runners never had a clue.
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