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Doctor Who

Postby dacey » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:26 pm

Just over a week to go! Anyone else as excited as I am for the new series?


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Re: Doctor Who

Postby Ice Maiden » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:44 pm

Ha yeah I am a big fan of the show although I find the New Doctor too much of an 'ensemble player compared to the likes of his predecessors' who were 'in charge'.

River Sond seems to be a better Doctor to me, maybe she should be that where he changes gender. Thats a good story.But still I felt tennant and especially that moment when Christopher Eccleston held Rose's hand and said I can feel the turn of the earth moving beneath my feet. Very cool, and Tennant was just nuts and great fun, the new guy reminds me of Frankenstein's Monster in a tweed suit and Bow tie who on his own just is not big enough to cope with the role on his own.
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Re: Doctor Who

Postby Megan_Thomas » Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:58 pm

He's certainly not lighting my fire! Far too much yelling and running around by him. Tenant was a bit like that but carried it off. It's a shame Chris Ecclestone didn't carry on after the 1st series. He was superb.


Re: Doctor Who

Postby AbracaDebra » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:18 am

OMG you youngsters ! :lol:

I was brought up with William Hartnell (well not actually with him else I would be over 100 I guess, but you know what I mean).

Although never a die hard Doctor fan I have watched nearly all the series and 'Doctors'.

Of course, your first outing is always memorable, so I wont forget William Hartnell.

I have always thought Tom Baker was my all time favourite, and the very best. However, I am prepared to accept that David Tennant was very good also.

It is also with sadness that I read this morning that Elisabeth Sladen has died if Cancer. For those that don't remember she was a regular star as Sarah Jane Smith working with many doctors from 1973 to recently. :cry:


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