Posts Tagged With: William Hartnell

Classic Who Retrospective: The Space Museum

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It’s funny how something you love can be sometimes mind-blowing and other times just, well, tedious. Continue reading

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Classic Who Retrospective: The Romans

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When it comes to Doctor Who stories, my favourite ones are always those set in the past. There is something extremely enjoyable about the Doctor travelling to historical places, witnessing important events and sometimes even being the cause of them. Which is why I thought ‘The Romans’ was one of the best Hartnell serials so far. Continue reading

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Classic Who Retrospective: The Dalek Invasion of Earth

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This won’t be a surprising statement, but I must say that, regardless of the length of the serial or whatever flaws it might have, The Dalek Invasion of Earth is worth it for two simple reasons: the scene in which the Doctor bids farewell to Susan and well, the Daleks crossing Westminster Bridge! Continue reading

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Classic Who Retrospective: Planet of Giants

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Well, that was nice. I can safely say that Planet of Giants is one of those serials I wouldn’t mind watching several times. It was well paced (especially towards the end) and it gave us a plot that other shows wouldn’t have been able to pull off, not even nowadays. Continue reading

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