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The old genius, whose heydays were the 1970s and 80s, wasn't exactly on cue, for he kept his fans waiting half an hour.
He evokes her character from the heydays of competition into her workaday life as a domestic.
The series is well-cast and ratchets up the suspense with more split-screen imagery since the '60s heydays of ``Charlie'' and ``Woodstock,'' following the perambulations of all the major players, each of whom has tantalizing secrets aplenty.
This juxtaposition of sensitive talents, though their heydays were separated by a century, is truly symbiotic art.