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Old 1st August 2020, 05:03 AM
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Who: Before And After #116a
Name: David Blake Kelly
Year(s): 1965 / 1966
Stories: The Chase Episode 3: Flight Through Eternity / The Smugglers Episode 1 - The Smugglers Episode 3
Character(s): Captain Benjamin Briggs / Jakob Kewper

Before Who:
Films - Treasure Island (1950), Mail Van Murder* (1957)
Television - Suspense: Eight Feet to Midnight, Sentimental Agent: All That Jazz*, Espionage: Medal for a Turned Coat, Sergeant Cork: The Case of the Amateur Spy, Diary of a Young Man: Life, or a Girl Called Fred

After Who:
Films - None
Television - The Man in Room 17: The Millions of Mazafariyah, Out of the Unknown: The Midas Plague, Adam Adamant Lives!: Conspiracy of Death, Z Cars: A Right To Live, The Champions: The Silent Enemy*, Spy Trap: Truth Won't Out, Agatha Christie's Marple: Nemesis, Screen Two: Hedgehog Wedding, House of Cards
Who: Before And After #116b
Name: Patrick Carter
Year(s): 1965
Stories: The Chase Episode 3: Flight Through Eternity
Character(s): Bosun

Before Who:
Films - None
Television - Suspense: Flight 404, Ghost Squad: Interrupted Requiem, Ghost Squad: Quarantine at Kavar, Scales of Justice: Personal and Confidential

After Who:
Films - Frankenstein Created Woman* (1967)
Television - The Londoners: A Day Out for Lucy, The Likely Lads: Anchors Aweigh, The Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery: Strong Poison, Rumpole of the Bailey: Rumpole and the Age of Miracles
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Doctor Who returns to the cover of the Radio Times in November 2009 for The Waters of Mars.

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Roger Delgado as The Master (1971-73)

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Old 2nd August 2020, 07:12 AM
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Who: Before And After #117a
Name: Douglas Ditta
Year(s): 1965
Stories: The Chase Episode 3: Flight Through Eternity
Character(s): Willoughby

Before Who:
Films - None
Television - None

After Who:
Films - None
Television - Theatre 625: Are You Ready for the Music, Play of the Month: Luther, The Wednesday Play: A Man On Her Back, This Man Craig: Three's Company, Thirty Minute Theatre: The Window, The Saint: The Organisation Man*, Who-Dun-It: Death of a Hostess, Play for Today: Edna, The Inebriate Woman
Who: Before And After #117b
Name: John Maxim
Year(s): 1965
Stories: The Chase Episode 4: Journey Into Terror
Character(s): Frankenstein's creation
NOTE: Also appeared as a Cyberman in 'The Moonbase'

Before Who:
Films - Dracula (1958), Mary Had a Little (1961), Goldfinger* (1964), She* (1965)
Television - None

After Who:
Films - Brigand of Kandahar (1965), Dracula: Prince of Darkness* (1966), Infamous Conduct (1966), Frankenstein Created Woman* (1967)
Television - The Prisoner: The Chimes of Big Ben, The Prisoner: Once Upon a Time
Who: Before And After #117c
Name: Malcolm Rogers
Year(s): 1965 / 1965
Stories: The Chase Episode 4: Journey Into Terror / The Daleks' Master Plan Episode 7: The Feast Of Steven
Character(s): Dracula / Second Policeman

Before Who:
Films - None
Television - No Hiding Place: The Grass

After Who:
Films - The Blood Beast Terror (1967), Privilege (1967), Pink Floyd - The Wall (1982), Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999)
Television - Danger Man: Two Birds with One Bullet, Quick Before They Catch Us: Power of Three, Ransom for a Pretty Girl, Late Night Horror: The Kiss of Blood, The Jazz Age: Black Exchange, W. Somerset Maugham: A Man with a Conscience, The Worker: You Have Enjoyed the Sweets, Now You Must Suffer the Sours, Menace: The Elimination, For the Love of Ada: The Christening*, Love Thy Neighbour, Edward the Seventh: An Experiment in Education, The Legend of Robin Hood, Love Thy Neighbour: The Lodger, Raffles: An Old Flame, Danger: Marmalade at Work, Bill: A Friend in Need, Rumpole of the Bailey: Rumpole and the Age of Miracles, All Creatures Great and Small: Hampered, Doctors: Brothers, Casualty: Last Orders
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The Doctor (William Hartnell) in a scene from The Daleks' Master Plan (1965)

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Who: Before And After #118
Name: Peter Butterworth
Year(s): 1965 / 1966
Stories: The Time Meddler Episode 1: The Watcher - The Time Meddler Episode 4: Checkmate / The Daleks' Master Plan Episode 8: Volcano - The Daleks' Master Plan Episode 9: Golden Death
Character(s): The Monk
NOTE: In the Virgin Books range of novels in the 1990's, the characters name is given as "Mortimus", although he is never referred to as this on screen

Before Who:
Films - William Comes To Town (1948), Miss Pilgrim's Progress (1949), Murder at the Windmill (1949), The Adventures of Jane (1949), Double Confession (1950), Night And The City* (1950), Mr. Drake's Duck (1950), Paul Temple's Triumph (1950), Penny Princess (1951), Saturday Island (1951), Old Mother Riley's Jungle Treasure (1951), Circle of Danger (1951), Island Rescue (1951), Appointment With Venus (1952), Watch Out! (1953), Will Any Gentleman? (1953), The Gay Dog (1954), That's an Order (1955), Playground Express (1955), Tom Thumb (1958), The Spider's Erb (1960), Escort For Hire (1960), The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961), Murder She Said* (1961), She'll Have to Go (1962), The Prince and the Pauper (1962), Kill or Cure (1962), Live Now - Pay Later (1962), Fate Takes a Hand (1962), Doctor in Distress (1963), Horse Without a Head (1963), A Home of Your Own (1964), The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965)
Television - The Good Old Days, Those Kids [16 episodes as Mr. Oddy], Armchair Theatre: The Common Man, Armchair Theatre: Start from Scratch, Armchair Theatre: Off the Deep End, Armchair Theatre: His Polyvinyl Girl, Armchair Theatre: The Fishing Match, Armchair Theatre: Afternoon of a Nymph, Drama 61: A Menace to Decent People, Armchair Mystery Theatre: The Blackmailing of Mr S, Love Story: The Apprentices, Danger Man: The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove, Public Eye: A Harsh World for Zealots, ITV Play of the Week: We Thought You'd Like to Be Caesar

After Who:
Films - Carry On Cowboy (1965), Carry On Don't Lose Your Head (1966), Carry On Screaming! (1966), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum* (1966), Danny the Dragon (1967), Carry On Follow That Camel (1967), Carry On Doctor (1968), Carry On Up The Khyber (1968), Prudence and the Pill (1968), Carry On Camping (1969), Carry On Again Doctor (1969), Carry On Loving (1970), Carry On Henry (1971), The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971), Carry On Abroad (1972), Bless This House* (1972), Carry On Girls (1973), Not Now Darling (1973), Carry On Dick (1974), Carry On Behind (1975), Carry On England (1976), The Ritz (1976), Robin and Marian (1976), What's Up, Nurse! (1977), Carry On Emmannuelle (1978), The Great Train Robbery (1978)
Television - Sooty, The Wednesday Play: The Fabulous Frump, Nearest and Dearest: Now Is the Hour, Show of the Week: The Body, Carry On Laughing: Carry On Christmas, Catweazle [11 episodes as Colonel Upshaw / Groome], Kindly Leave the Kerb: The Better Half, A Class by Himself [6 episodes as Clutton], Carry On Laughing: The Prisoner of Spenda*, Carry On Laughing: The Baron Outlook, Carry On Laughing: The Sobbing Cavalier, Dad's Army: The Face on the Poster, Carry On Laughing: Under the Round Table, Carry On Laughing: The Case of the Screaming Wrinkles, Carry On Laughing: And in My Lady's Chamber, Carry On Laughing: Short Knight, Long Daze*, Carry On Laughing: The Case of the Coughing Parrott, Carry On Laughing: Lamp Posts of the Empire, Odd Man Out [7 episodes as Wilf], By Alan Bennett ... Six Plays: Afternoon Off
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Old 3rd August 2020, 01:41 PM
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September 14th on dvd, blu-ray and steel book blu-ray.


Additional material includes:

Audio commentaries
The Cruel Sea – Surviving Fury From The Deep
Original surviving footage
Behind The Scenes 8mm footage
Animating Fury From The Deep
Archive interviews with Peter Day and Victor Pemberton
Teaser Trailer
Photo Gallery
The Slide Audio Drama*
PDF scripts

If anyone is interested, The Slide was the original version of Fury from the Deep that Victor Pemberton offered to Doctor Who during Season 2 but was turned down by David Whitaker who didn’t like the script. But at the same time, Pemberton also offered it to BBC Radio Drama which was over seen by Peter Bryant, who commissioned it. Later, Peter Bryant became the Script Editor for Season 5 and he hired Victor Pemberton to be his assistant. When Bryant was offered the role of producer, he offers Pemberton the role of script editor which Pemberton kindly declined, stating he wanted to get back into freelance writing. So, wanting to use Pemberton’s services and fondly remembering The Slide, Bryant asked Pemberton if he could submit an updated version of The Slide for Doctor Who which Pemberton happily agreed. The new version of The Side would become The Colony of Devils and later, Fury from the Deep. Roger Delgado stars in the audio drama.
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In a way that artwork sums up the animation issues for me.

An exciting looking action scene, but the three figures all stood there in identical poses showing absolutely no reaction or emotion or nothing before they start with the dialogue and stilted Pelham Puppet style movements.
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In a way that artwork sums up the animation issues for me.

An exciting looking action scene, but the three figures all stood there in identical poses showing absolutely no reaction or emotion or nothing before they start with the dialogue and stilted Pelham Puppet style movements.
Yep. The amount of money the BBC make of Who and these releases really should get a better animation team, really basic and amateurish.
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The Supreme Dalek from The Magician's Apprentice / The Witch's Familiar (2015)

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