I havn't seen anyone other than David Tennant so I have to go with him.
Last edited by J. R.'s Piece; 12-31-2010 at 06:17 PM.
...and remember in The Shakespeare Code...
It's funny to see that since this thread was started there have been three more Dr Who's amongst which is my favourite, David Tennant. For as long as I could remember I never thought anyone would surpass Tom Baker but David Tennant was remarkable in that role.
David Tennant is my favorite and best Doctor who
Last edited by J. R.'s Piece; 01-05-2011 at 09:36 AM.
You can listen to FURY on youtube , Victorias goodbye is heartbreaking , made more heartbreaking by the surviving stills of the scenes.
Oh, it is. It builds....and isn't great that the Doctor actually stays for an extra day just to make sure that Victoria doesn't want to change her mind?...and there are Jamie's feelings towards Victoria too...and her growing disillusionment with constantly getting into trouble, trouble which the Doctor says is the spice of life. ...and that final scene between the Doctor and Jamie as they leave...Jamie not caring where they go because he is missing Victoria.
There are lots of good Hartnell 'lost' stories and there is a sort of experimental feel to those 60s adventures that marks them out. Marco Polo....I'm going to listen to it again now.
...and you shouldn't miss out on Kevin Stoney, who won the Daily Mail's 1965 "Villain of the Year Award" for the role of Mavic Chen in The Daleks' Master Plan ...and was back in 1968 as Tobias Vaughn in The Invasion (and had a much tinier nowhere near-as-good part under a mask in Revenge Of The Cybermen but never mind...). ......Jean Marsh on at Christmas 1965 and she was on the BBC again at Christmas 2010.....
I'm beginning to think that Turlough only waits for 3 seconds.....
Last edited by J. R.'s Piece; 01-08-2011 at 08:49 AM.
Brown for first course, white for pudding. Brown is savoury, white's the treat. Of course I'm the one who's laughing, because I actually love brown toast