What is your favourite Dr Who moment?

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What is your favourite Dr Who moment?

Feb 2018 11 00:31

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I always think this was probably my favourite, bought a tear to my eye....



He uncannily looked just like Vincent and played the roll brilliantly.
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Feb 2018 11 12:40

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The first time the Daleks appeared, awsom. [Like.png]
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Feb 2018 11 14:07

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Got to agree with you CT, your clip was awesome.

A couple of years back me and the Mrs went to the BBC Dr Who Symphonic Spectacular, OMG what a fantastic event that was. The music so much better live. Here's a clip of the event I was at (not my video, but I know him.) Our seats were upgraded and I was about 8 rows back from the front.




Here's a couple of my favs bits...



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Feb 2018 11 17:54

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Got to agree with you CT, your clip was awesome.

A couple of years back me and the Mrs went to the BBC Dr Who Symphonic Spectacular, OMG what a fantastic event that was. The music so much better live. Here's a clip of the event I was at (not my video, but I know him.) Our seats were upgraded and I was about 8 rows back from the front.
That looks suitable for kids of all ages. I will sit down and watch the full 45 mins tomorrow when the family are at work.

My favourite episode has got to be 'The Unquiet Dead'. They seemed to throw all their resources at the first new shows. Simon Callow made a good Dickens and the undertaker and his girl with their welsh accents made it a bit special. "The stiffs are walking again" The gas effects were good too. [Big grin.png]

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Feb 2018 12 08:36

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For me it's got to be the 50th Special, Day of the Doctor when Tom Baker makes a cameo as the Curator at the end. What a surprise to see Tom and nice to sit watching with my children and telling them that 'that man' was my Doctor when I was their age. I still think he needed to pull a bag of Jelly Babies out and offer one to Matt Smith.

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Feb 2018 13 10:17

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Seeing William Hartnell (1st Doctor) walk into the Tardis for the first time. Even then you thought whoa whats going on?
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Feb 2018 13 15:13

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Lucastone1 wrote:
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Seeing William Hartnell (1st Doctor) walk into the Tardis for the first time. Even then you thought whoa whats going on?
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Must admit as above the fist time the Doctor put the key into the Tardis door turned it and walked in and it opened out into a large control room as a 9 year old I was flabbergasted...
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Re: What is your favourite Dr Who moment?

Feb 2018 14 15:10

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Hmm , I think one of my favourite moments is the reveal at the end of Earthshock part one, the Cybermen return was kept quiet from the radio times listings ect so had no idea then Boom , Awsome [JawDropped.png]
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Feb 2018 15 14:53

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Cybermen breaking out of crystal cocoons for the first time, B&W TV made them even more scary, I was literally hiding behind the sofa. I think I was about 10 years old and will never forget it. The Daleks by comparison were stupid as were the humans they were after "run up the stairs!!" we'd all shout but they didnt and were vaporised, hilarious really.


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