Poll: Who was Doctor Who for you?
William Hartnell (November 23, 1963 - October 29, 1966)
Patrick Troughton (October 29, 1966 - June 21, 1969)
Jon Pertwee (January 3, 1970 - June 8, 1974)
Tom Baker (December 28, 1974 - March 21, 1981)
Peter Davison (March 21, 1981 - March 16, 1984)
Colin Baker (March 22, 1984 - December 6, 1986)
Sylvester McCoy (September 7, 1987 - December 6, 1989)
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22-02-2005, 01:01 PM
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So who was your Doctor Who? Mine was Tom Baker, probly because he was the one doing it at the time I watched it most


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22-02-2005, 01:17 PM
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Yep, Tom Baker for me too, with his loooooooooong scarf and K9.

My hubby's was Jon Pertwee, but i remember him as Worzel Gummidge:laugh:

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22-02-2005, 01:19 PM
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your hubby? or Jon Pertwee?


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22-02-2005, 01:20 PM
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Well hubby does like a nice cup of tea and a slice of cake.

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22-02-2005, 02:08 PM
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Tom Baker for me too - I think he was the one I watched as a kid.

On the subject of Dr Who - the thing that scared me most was the giant maggots. Does anyone else remember them? No-one else I've spoken to can remember them and Mr M has me half-convinced that they were the suject of repeated childhood nightmares rather than real Dr Who baddies
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22-02-2005, 02:14 PM
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Nope, Minks, you 're not going mad- that was the Green Death episode (so Google informs me)


Earth, South Wales. The suspicious death of a miner at the inactive local pit owned by the mysterious Global Chemicals brings UNIT to sleepy Llanfairfach. There, a local green group - the Wholeweal Community under the leadership of the brilliant Professor Jones - are not convinced of Global's innocence in the affair. Could the waste products from their revolutionary new oil refining process be at fault? Jones is convinced but the Doctor is not so sure and a dangerous expedition down the mine confirms his fears.

For there, thosands of giant maggots lie gestating - a dangerously unknown terror waiting to be unleashed upon the world. But by whom? Just who is the power behind Global Chemicals? Who or what is the Boss? And what are his/its plans for the Earth? The Doctor, Jo and the Brigadier must move quickly to find the answers, for the death toll is already rising and the gestation period of the maggots down the mine is coming to an end.

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22-02-2005, 02:16 PM
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floopy Wrote:Nope, Minks, you 're not going mad- that was the Green Death episode (so Google informs me)


Earth, South Wales. The suspicious death of a miner at the inactive local pit owned by the mysterious Global Chemicals brings UNIT to sleepy Llanfairfach. There, a local green group - the Wholeweal Community under the leadership of the brilliant Professor Jones - are not convinced of Global's innocence in the affair. Could the waste products from their revolutionary new oil refining process be at fault? Jones is convinced but the Doctor is not so sure and a dangerous expedition down the mine confirms his fears.

For there, thosands of giant maggots lie gestating - a dangerously unknown terror waiting to be unleashed upon the world. But by whom? Just who is the power behind Global Chemicals? Who or what is the Boss? And what are his/its plans for the Earth? The Doctor, Jo and the Brigadier must move quickly to find the answers, for the death toll is already rising and the gestation period of the maggots down the mine is coming to an end.

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Wow! Thanks Floopy, I'm not going bonkers after all!! They seriously scared the life out of me. Especially since my Dad used to keep maggots in his shed for fishing - I was convinced they would mutate and come after us!
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22-02-2005, 02:47 PM
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You can probably tell the age of a person by their Dr Who, mine was also Tom Baker.

All the rest were imposters...imposters I tell you!
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22-02-2005, 04:42 PM
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John Pertwee for me [never saw worzel gummage]


ALRIGHT - SO I'M ANCIENT. SO EFFING WHAT.

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22-02-2005, 06:12 PM
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Tigereye Wrote:John Pertwee for me [never saw worzel gummage]


ALRIGHT - SO I'M ANCIENT. SO EFFING WHAT.

me too TE, me too! :laugh:

Not that I was ever a great fan of Dr Who, but I do remember it being on early on a Sat evening. In them days there wasn't a lot else to watch on tv and I pretty sure I also watched it in B&W as we didn't get a colour tv until I was about 12.

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