Doctor Who News
July 23rd, 2017
it is technically available but in animation
Best line ever at 0:31 – 0:33
I just want to point out that in regards to nu Who, series 1-4 was co-produced by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).
The Drums The Never Ending Drum Beat
First of all to anonymous that is no excuse I can clearly see from the images that I’ve looked at that it is on his middle finger not the ring finger and secondly AAAAAAAAARGH INACCURACY I’VE BEEN TRIGGERED (LOL)
Just noticed regenderation. Quality. PMSL.
To be fair, as it was originally black and white, the colour of his cravat is “up to interetation”
Four, Danny boy in victory of the Daleks and a good man goes to war, professor Lazarus, Gantok and now this new character
How many characters is that for Mark Gattisin Nu-Who, three?
Just noticed that myself and was going to comment about it! Damn, how could they not notice a mistake like that? Same goes for the cravat which should be navy blue not black!
Russel T Davies’ who was for a British audience mainly it was only when series six aired that it became more focused on trying to break America and it’s been like that ever since
there was alot hartnell coudnt do
Doctor who has never been exclusively British FYI (maybe the first series was but that was later aired in multiple different countries)
There’s something about the First Doctor that doesn’t ring true…
…his ring is on the wrong finger!
I’d have loved the Christmas special trailer to be released during the children in need show like it used to be when Doctor Who was an exclusively British program because it was always only a month to wait for the episode. I can’t handle this long slog to the episode I’m too excited
well that was in black and white so who knows the colours
You can see footage of the first doctor’s regeneration in the tenth planet or the power of the Daleks. Some is animated or surviving.
In a An Adventure in Space and Time – Ellie Spicer play Anneke Wills, who portrayed Polly.
I think in the original they did say he was growing
Who’s to say when the first doctor regenerated in The Tenth Planet he didn’t glow orange? We see his face glow and it appears white only due to the fact that it’s in black and white
Well we don’t actually ever see the change in colour so maybe it was golden… (yes I know when it was made it wasn’t gold but small changes like that where it fits in and creates more continuity can be good)
To be honest, Hartnell’s regeneration is the only classic one that could be interpreted as being the golden glow one; if you put the golden glow into black-and-white (with a close up on the Doctor’s face) it would look pretty much exactly like Hartnell’s regeneration.
Besides, for the ‘casual viewer’ (after all, this is the target audience here) it’s better to use something they are familiar with.
Dalek Eye Stalk
Moffat rewriting established continuity and putting his own stamp on it. The clip even shows the first Doctors hand with a regenerative yellow/orange glow. That was NEVER how classic series regenerations developed! But Moffat can’t help himself.
The 1st doctor in the trailor jumps and runs which he shouldn’t be able to do because hes ill at this point which doesn’t make sense
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