>Jim - what are you talking about? This sounds barely credible. Sociological television drama from 1964-1967, about a microcosmic society thrown together, thru happenstance, on an island somewhere in the south seas. When you said Henry VIII was ginger, I immediately thought of him in the context of the lovely Ginger; Hollywood actress turned drone in the microcosmic society. Two of the three women on the show served as potent symbols for the accelerating feminist movement... Ginger was beautiful, had a successful career and could, on occcasion, be funny. Yet, virtually every man she approached found her intimidating and rejected her and, in the end, she was reduced to doing housework and looking pretty. MaryAnn, the farm girl, did not have Ginger's career or sexual charms and, therefore, men were not intimidated by her, BUT her reward for being the "Madonna" was, of course, housework. The drama was also a first in that it showed, non-judgmentally, a homosexual couple, one of whom was the captain of a ship, who lived and slept together quite openly. You did not see that too often on 1964 television, and I am often surprised at the weird overtones of dominance and masochism which permeate the relationship... particular in the sequences in which the older of the two beats the younger with his hat. I still have trouble fathoming Henry VIII as Ginger.