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View Poll Results: Favourite version of The Doctor.
William Hartnell 3 2.33%
Patrick Troughton 9 6.98%
Jon Pertwee 20 15.50%
Tom Baker 43 33.33%
Peter Davison 2 1.55%
Colin Baker 3 2.33%
Sylvester McCoy 2 1.55%
Paul McGann 0 0%
Christopher Eccleston 9 6.98%
David Tennant 27 20.93%
Matt Smith 8 6.20%
Peter Capaldi 3 2.33%
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Old 07-17-2017, 06:37 PM   #31
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I was also quite partial to Christopher Ecclestone's portrayal,Riven by guilt and grief,The only survivor of a cataclysmic war.His despair in The Parting of the Ways" when He is confronted by millions of insane Human Daleks was palpable.
He was brilliant - I suspect my antipathy toward David Tennant (who I generally like as an actor) was due to thinking Ecclestone was such a high benchmark to follow, and for me, he didn't come anywhere near enough. Over-acting followed wonderful acting.
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I'm genuinely thinking this really could be the new outfit .
Tom baker had his scarf .
Peter Davidson his cricket jumper .
The new one her tits out ?

It would certainly be memorable and get the dads viewing

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I don't have a picture but they just showed a preview of her dressed as the new Doctor, she was wearing a trench coat , dark in color also she looked hot , saying she take over a at the Christmas special .
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This made me laugh just now...

Sydney Newman, Co-Creator Of Doctor Who, Told The BBC To Cast A Woman In 1986

In the mid-eighties, Doctor Who was put on hiatus. There was a real danger the show might have been cancelled there and then after a less-than-stellar run with Colin Baker in the lead. In an attempt to revive the series, the Canadian TV producer Sydney Newman who had co-created the show with Verity Lambert back in the sixties was asked for his thoughts.

He wrote to BBC Chairman Michael Grade, asking the BBC to”engage the concerns, fears and curiosity” of young viewers, challenging them “don’t you agree that this is considerably more worthy of the BBC than Doctor Who‘s presently largely socially valueless, escapist schlock!”

He first stated that they should rehire Patrick Troughton in the lead and then “at a later stage Doctor Who should be metamorphosed into a woman” but that he wanted to “avoid a flashy, Hollywood Wonder Women because this kind of heroine with no flaws is a bore. Given more time than I have now, I can create such a character.”

He also called for female and male companions, a trumpet playing schoolgirl in “John Lennon-type spectacles” and her graffiti-spraying “yobbo” elder brother.

He also asked, for a fee, to be the executive director of the show “to ensure the concept is properly executed” and add his name to the closing titles.

This advice was not heeded, the show returned with Sylvester McCoy in the lead for a few years before being cancelled for a lot longer.


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https://www.bleedingcool.com/2017/07...st-woman-1986/

Well (providing this isn't a timely case of fake news), if a female Doctor was good enough for the show's co-creator wayy back in 1986, then Ms Whittaker is good enough for me...as long as she can act the part.

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I did an online Dr Who quiz this morning and got all the questions right. Is that cool or just sad?
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If we got the new female doctor to team up with the current companions a gay male and a black lesbian

Against Davros, who judging by his nose is a muslim in a wheelchair



and his army of emos and goths, the BBC will be safe for years
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This made me laugh just now...

Sydney Newman, Co-Creator Of Doctor Who, Told The BBC To Cast A Woman In 1986

In the mid-eighties, Doctor Who was put on hiatus. There was a real danger the show might have been cancelled there and then after a less-than-stellar run with Colin Baker in the lead. In an attempt to revive the series, the Canadian TV producer Sydney Newman who had co-created the show with Verity Lambert back in the sixties was asked for his thoughts.

He wrote to BBC Chairman Michael Grade, asking the BBC to”engage the concerns, fears and curiosity” of young viewers, challenging them “don’t you agree that this is considerably more worthy of the BBC than Doctor Who‘s presently largely socially valueless, escapist schlock!”

He first stated that they should rehire Patrick Troughton in the lead and then “at a later stage Doctor Who should be metamorphosed into a woman” but that he wanted to “avoid a flashy, Hollywood Wonder Women because this kind of heroine with no flaws is a bore. Given more time than I have now, I can create such a character.”

He also called for female and male companions, a trumpet playing schoolgirl in “John Lennon-type spectacles” and her graffiti-spraying “yobbo” elder brother.

He also asked, for a fee, to be the executive director of the show “to ensure the concept is properly executed” and add his name to the closing titles.

This advice was not heeded, the show returned with Sylvester McCoy in the lead for a few years before being cancelled for a lot longer.


FULL STORY:
https://www.bleedingcool.com/2017/07...st-woman-1986/

Well (providing this isn't a timely case of fake news), if a female Doctor was good enough for the show's co-creator wayy back in 1986, then Ms Whittaker is good enough for me...as long as she can act the part.

Well, I'm holding up my hands and stating that a female Doctor might have been good enough for Sydney Newman, but it's not good enough for me. I shall not be watching the show whilst there is a female Doctor. Heck, I could barely watch it when the Master became a woman.

And just because a creator of show thinks something is good, doesn't always mean that it is, and could be made to change their minds. Witness George Lucas and the whole Revenge of the Jedi/Return of the Jedi conundrum.
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As I thought there is a "difference of opinion Geoffrey "((Winner Takes All reference) and some wailing and gnashing of teeth over whether Doctor Who should be a woman, well it could have been worse it could have been a gay Doctor OR even black, not that David Harwood wouldn't have made a fine Dr Who I hasten to add. Give the girl, sorry woman,Jodie Whittaker, a chance, she has only just been revealed as the new one and wait and see what her episodes are like - we will get some idea when the Christmas episode comes out. What I want to know is will this new Doctor have a MALE companion this time or will Bill still be around OR better yet keep her and bring in a new character as in the past Doctor Who has had two companions, one of which was male.
They're saving "black" for the next James Bond.
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They're saving "black" for the next James Bond.
Really? After making Felix Leiter "black", and Miss Moneypenny "black"? Might as well change his name to James Shaft, and become John Shaft's British cousin (obvious nod to Roger Moore's Beau Maverick).
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Well M changed to a woman and Dame Judi Dench was very good I thought, but people are missing one vital thing. The original Doctor Who format was that he could only regenerate 12 times but since the episode which brought back Paul McGann and Sir John Hurt later it appears that Doctor Who has been give a new lease of life-literally, mind you would you want to be the 13th Doctor Who given that for some 13 is an unlucky number? A female James Bond could be Jemima or more obvious Jane but I can't see it somehow.
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