My answers for Miss Laurie's January Period Drama Tag:
1. What period dramas did you view in January?
Amazing Grace, Cinderella 2015, Ever After, a couple episodes of Lark Rise, The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939), Much Ado About Nothing (1987), and several Thin Man mysteries (set in the 30’s and 40’s).
2. What is your favorite Charles Dickens film adaptation?
I haven’t seen a tremendous lot, but -- thus far -- probably Nicholas Nickleby (2002).
3. Would you rather visit Pemberley (Mr. Darcy's residence) or Downton Abbey (Crawley family residence)? Why?
As in ‘visiting it as a character'? Then Pemberly, because of Reasons. :) Actually, to be completely honest, I haven’t seen any Downton Abbey (for Other Reasons), but I’m pretty sure my choice would remain the same.
4. If you could be any character in a Jane Austen novel for a whole day who would you be and why would you want to be that character?
Oh, wow. A hard one! Let's see. Probably Anne Elliot at the very end of Persuasion. Talk about exhilarating! (LATER EDIT: with the proviso, of course, that I could then stay on as Anne. ;))
5. What period dramas are you looking forward to viewing in February 2016?
Shadow on the Mesa (a western I’ve already reviewed here), The Magic of Ordinary Days, and The Mark of Zorro (1940).
Note also: if you haven't entered the challenge yet, you can still join in over on Miss Laurie's blog here! :)