I think Unearthly Child and the first Dalek adventure are some of the best moments of the old series. I though Hartnell was fantastic. I have these lying around on tape somewhere, but the DVDs are just elegent.
Ya see...this is one of the *many* reasons I love you guys.
Says the geek who watches Doctor Who with me every week. ;)
I agree. They are eerie. It makes me happy.
I also love the Doctor being kind of questionable. Especially in Edge of Destruction, the whole question of whether anyone can trust anyone.'Have you seen the new series yet? I have caught two eppies and I am in love with it too.
yes, but I'm a very cute geek!
YES. :) It is the good sort of geekdom:).
Indeed you are! :)
I have seen every episode of the new series and I love it. :)
I got mine a few weeks ago.neener neener neenerI liked seeing the difference between the pilot and the finaly aired version of the first chapter of Unearthly Child. The Dr. Who theme is my absolute favorite of any TV or movie theme music.I figure the "Keys of Time" set will be my next foray into classic Dr. Who.Reading about all of the missing video really made me sad.
I top that. I have a picture of a 14 year old me with Tom Baker.
My geekdom has just increased tenfold...and the problem with this is...? :Dbelieve me if I had the $$, I would certainly have every available Doctor Who episode on DVD.
I also meant to add: you are talking to the guy who has spent literally hours trying to record his own version of the Doctor Who Theme.
Wow! I bow to your superior geekdom! ;)
I liked seeing those differences too... it was weird! And I have always loved the theme music... stragely hypnotic.I've had the "Key to Time" series for a couple years now. I loved them as a child and still do today.I hear you about all the missing video... how many 2nd Doctor episodes are left? Like, 5?
Ooooh! Sexy! ;)
I did that too... I had a little synthesizer way-back-when and I did my best to make my own version. If I had a keyboard today I'd probably try to do it again.You can check out this website though if you are interested in hearing what others have done with the theme song. Pretty cool stuff!
I don't recall the number of remaining Patrick Troughton stories. Far too much is gone.If you've not done so yet, read D. Adams' "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency," then watch the Dr. Who adventure, "City of Death" from the Tom Baker days, which script D. Adams wrote.
aha! thanks for the link - fun ensued!
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