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Belle pullman

aka Belle

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  • I live in London, UK
  • I was born on February 14
  • My occupation is Costume maker
  • I am Female
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  • Hi Belle! I'm Melissa. If you don't mind, can I edit here on this wiki?

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    • Hi Melissa, please jump in!  There's a lot to do!  Just take your time and have a good look around first to get the hang of what's already here... the character galleries in particular need a lot of help if you fancy it!

      (by the way, you might want to take down your address.  There's some Cats-haters out there who might use it to cause mischief for you simply because you like the show!)

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    • Thanks so much! BTW, I took down my address

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  • Does anyone know who is playing Bill Bailey in the character gallery? ... because I do!!

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    • Cats98 wrote:
      Does anyone know who is playing Bill Bailey in the character gallery? ... because I do!!

      Well we have 27 actors in the database for Bill Bailey alone, excluding Tumblebrutus actors...  We have 74 Tumblebrutus actors, but our database is far from complete.  

      So, you'll need to be more specific...

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    • It’s me ;) I’ll try and help you complete the London cast 1998 too - will dig out the old stuff :))

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  • So, I found a pic of one of the 2016 Cats swings in costume(I put it on his page already), is there anywhere else you'd like me to put it?

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  • I have a photo of Julie in costume. I have spoken to her and she wants to know if you want a copy for your Electra actors page.

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  • Not sure where to suggest this, but I saw you were an admin so I suppose this'll work...

    Just an idea, but what do you think about adding a brief description of the set's design and layout somewhere in the 'The Sets' article? As in, describe the overall layout of the set and naming some of the more prominent features (e.g. the car boot/trunk, the number plate, the oven, etc.). It'd certainly be an interesting addition to the article other than just listing the history of the sets...

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    • yes I suppose this would work.  You also have the option of a blog post to discuss ideas, and throw the discussion open to all editors. There is also a forum, but it tends to be rather glitchy and doesn't always show new posts.

      Yes, more details about the sets would be good, a "Virtual tour" around the set.  I'd be inclined to start as if centre stage looking downstage, then working clockwise around the set. There's probably enough detailed photos of each major production.  It'd make sense to start with the original, although Broadway and subsequent sets were notably different.  But with the original set detailled, it would then be easy enough to point out notable differences in later sets. This information will tie in with who made the set in question - Raymond Huessy is responsible for a lot of the sets - how similar are his sets, what are the signature pieces?  What has been changed over time with one set?

      The big one to puzzle out would be the specifics for NAP 16 / NAP 19 / Palladium (NAP 70 v1) / Broadway - NAP 16 and NAP 19 were merged for the Palladium production (I was taken backstage and saw the crates of left-over pieces) but I'm not sure exactly what was taken from which to create the Palladium set.  And then, what, if anything, was added or replaced for the Broadway run?

      Incidentally, I can't remember off the top of my head if it's mentioned in the article, "NAP 70" is for John Napier's 70th birthday, not sequential!  I don't think there's been 70 different sets built for replica productions, even if all the replica sets had used the licence plate convention, which they haven't...

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    • The blog post sounds good - I'll do that so I can gather more info before starting anything.

      That sounds good to me. I'll try and scrounge up as many pics I can of of the sets of each production to get the whole process going. The basic layout will be the same, of course; the main changes between earlier and later sets AFAIK was the enlargening of the 'pipe' as well as changing the location (and color) of the number plate, although I'll need to check that.

      I'm actually not too sure about the Palladium one versus the B'way one - I guess the only way to be sure would be to cross examine pictures. And yes, the NAP70 tidbit is in the original article :)

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  • Do you design costumes for Cats productions?

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  • How do you get the cast lists so nicely aligned and neat?  I won't let me copy any as a template.

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    • It won't?  How rude!  I'm going in to Source Editor and copying and pasting the header code...  mostly they're 500px wide but I've been using 660px for the three columns, with the translated names.  I use the Source Editor all the time, but I've found it might crash if you switch between source editor and normal view too many times, so it's worth saving frequently!

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  • Hi! I suppose only an admin can do it, so could you please add the missing z in Stoyan Zmarzlik's picture's name? (I noticed there was a problem when I typed "Stoyan Zmarzlik.jpg" in the infobox field and the picture didn't appear as had those of the other actors whose pages I edited before.)

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  • Hey Belle! I'm so sorry, but I just accidentally uploaded a file and didn't change the name... from DISGUSTING MAN.jpg (It's an inside joke so I saved it to my computer as that, but planned to change it.) 

    I'm so sorry 

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  • Hello! Long time, no see! ;)

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