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Old 8th October 2020, 04:52 AM
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Who: Before And After #184
Name: John Rolfe
Year(s): 1966 / 1967 / 1973
Stories: The War Machines Episode 3 - The War Machines Episode 4 / The Moonbase Episode 1 - The Moonbase Episode 4 / The Green Death Episode 2 - The Green Death Episode 3
Character(s): Captain / Sam Becket / Ralph Fell
NOTE: Was brother-in-law to Who director Michael Ferguson

Before Who:
Films - Seagulls Over Sorrento* (1954)
Television - Emergency Ward 10 [3 episodes as Paul Wright], Old Curiosity Shop [3 episodes as Jacob Jowl], Suspense: Project Survival, Z Cars: The Bad Lad, Dixon of Dock Green: A Right Artful Monkey, ITV Play of the Week: The Other Man, Cluff [19 episodes as Det. Con. Barker], Dixon of Dock Green: A Scrap of Paint

After Who:
Films - McVicar (1980)
Television - Adam Adamant Lives!: Death Has a Thousand Faces, The First Lady: The Whips Are Out, Counterstrike: The Lemming Syndrome, Paul Temple: Message from a Dead Man, Paul Temple: The Suitcase, Special Branch: Dinner Date, Out of the Unknown: This Body Is Mine, The Troubleshooters: A Touch of the Nelsons, The Man Who Was Hunting Himself, Regiment: Cholera, Spy Trap: A Hero's Return, Sykes: Window-Smasher, Masquerade: Something Down There Is Crying, The Chinese Puzzle [6 episodes as Bill Jameson], Poldark, Rentaghost, Hadleigh: Broke, Survivors: Manhunt, Don't Forget to Write: The Tasting of the Wine, Blake's: 7
Project Avalon, The Sweeney: Drag Act, Secret Army: Day of Wrath, The Last of the Summer Wine: Earnshaw Strikes Again, Play for Today: Murder Rap, Terry and June: Only Two Can Play, Minder: Caught in the Act Fact, Mapp & Lucia: The Owl and the Pussycat, Bergerac: The Last Interview, Agatha Christie's Poirot: Dead Man's Mirror*
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Old 8th October 2020, 11:07 AM
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Pamela Ann Davy as Janley in a recently released colour image from Power of the Daleks (1966)

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Old 9th October 2020, 04:37 AM
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Who: Before And After #185a
Name: John Boyd-Brent
Year(s): 1966
Stories: The War Machines Episode 3 - The War Machines Episode 4
Character(s): Sergeant

Before Who:
Films - None
Television - Kidnapped: The Flight in the Heather,
The Probation Officer, Story Parade: Caves of Steel, The Flying Swan [13 episodes as George]

After Who:
Films - None
Television - None
Who: Before And After #185b
Name: Frank Jarvis
Year(s): 1966 / 1978 / 1979
Stories: The War Machines Episode 3 / Underworld Part 3 - Underworld Part 4 / The Power Of Kroll Part 1 - The Power Of Kroll Part 4
Character(s): Corporal / Ankh / Skart
NOTE: The script for Underworld doesn't indicate which Seer is which so the characters of Ankh and Lakh are indistinguishable on screen.

Before Who:
Films - Mix Me a Person (1962), Rotten to the Core (1965)
Television - The Human Jungle: The Lost Hours, The Plane Makers: Who Goes First?, Love Story: The Wedding of Smith Seven-Nine, The Saint: The Rough Diamonds*, First Night: The Way with Reggie, The Plane Makers: Always Another Saturday, Dixon of Dock Green [11 episodes, various characters (1964-1975)], Gideon's Way: The Big Fix, The Londoners: Boy in the Smoke, The Londoners: The Frighteners, The Wednesday Play: Up The Junction, The Baron: Diplomatic Immunity*, Adam Adamant Lives!: A Vintage Year for Scoundrels

After Who:
Films - Star! (1968), The Italian Job* (1969), Mosquito Squadron (1969), Nobody Ordered Love (1971), Steven (1974), Out of Season (1975), A Bridge Too Far (1977), The Knowledge (1979), Dangerous Davies - The Last Detective* (1981), Jack The Ripper (1988)
Television - Z Cars: Ever Seen A Happy Cop, The Wednesday Play: An Officer of the Court, The Freewheelers: Menace!, Wednesday Play: Mrs. Lawrence Will Look After It, Budgie: Out, Time of Your Life [7 episodes as Mel], Special Branch: A Copper Called Craven*, Pin to See the Peepshow, 2nd House: National Service, And Mother Makes Five: Where Our Caravan Is Resting*, The Sweeney: Contact Breaker, Sadie It's Cold Outside, Doctor on the Go: When a Body Meets a Body, Poldark, Warship [8 episodes as MAA Burnett (1973-1977)], Holding On, Target: Set-Up, The Professionals: Look After Annie, Angels: Values, The Famous Five: Five Go to Mystery Moor, Secret Army: Not According to Plan, The Professionals: Stopover, Secret Army: Collaborator, Secret Army: Days of Judgement, The Nation's Health: Collapse
Who: Before And After #185c
Name: Robin Dawson
Year(s): 1966
Stories: The War Machines Episode 3
Character(s): Soldier

Before Who:
Films - None
Television - None

After Who:
Films - None
Television - Z-Cars: Ambulance Man
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The first look at 'Revolution of the Daleks'

'The Doctor is locked away in a high-security alien prison. Isolated, alone, with no hope of escape. Far away, on Earth, her best friends, Yaz, Ryan and Graham have to pick up their lives without her. But itís not easy. Old habits die hard. Especially when they discover a disturbing plan forming. A plan which involves a Dalek. How can you fight a Dalek, without the Doctor?'



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Nice one Mr. Chibnall. Way to go promoting your forthcoming episodes with two of the most exciting photographs possible.

Talk about appetite whetted.
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The Doctor (Matt Smith) investigates Stonehenge in 2010's The Pandorica Opens.

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Nice one Mr. Chibnall. Way to go promoting your forthcoming episodes with two of the most exciting photographs possible.

Talk about appetite whetted.
Looks enthralling, doesnít it?
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The first look at 'Revolution of the Daleks'

'The Doctor is locked away in a high-security alien prison. Isolated, alone, with no hope of escape. Far away, on Earth, her best friends, Yaz, Ryan and Graham have to pick up their lives without her. But itís not easy. Old habits die hard. Especially when they discover a disturbing plan forming. A plan which involves a Dalek. How can you fight a Dalek, without the Doctor?'

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Nice one Mr. Chibnall. Way to go promoting your forthcoming episodes with two of the most exciting photographs possible.

Talk about appetite whetted.
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Looks enthralling, doesnít it?
Aksherly, this is more interesting than you both seem to be giving it credit for

The orange post-it note on the table clearly contains the letters MDZ

'MDZ Research' was a weapons research company that was featured in 'Resulution' which suggests that this story is possible a sequel to it, and that we are going to get a return of the Ref-Bot Dalek

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Aksherly, this is more interesting than you both seem to be giving it credit for

The orange post-it note on the table clearly contains the letters MDZ

'MDZ Research' was a weapons research company that was featured in 'Resulution' which suggests that this story is possible a sequel to it, and that we are going to get a return of the Ref-Bot Dalek

No, it isn't.

And what the hell is a Ref-Bot Dalek?

The one in Resolution was called a Reconnaissance Scout Dalek
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And what the hell is a Ref-Bot Dalek?

The one in Resolution was called a Reconnaissance Scout Dalek
My original review of 'Resolution'

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Resolution
Surely a Dalek story should feature the Daleks! The problem here is that for over half its runtime, the 'Dalek' was the squelchy flesh-and-blood creature rather than the mechanical killing machine. It was boring! And then when the proper Dalek appeared, it was a poorly redesigned one. Yes, I know it was a 'one-off', and yes, I know that sometimes a redesigned Dalek is good - the power to fly, and the mid-section that is able to turn thru 360 degrees while firing spring to mind - but why does a Dalek need to have missiles beneath it's skirt section? What's wrong with a basic laser which has the power to drill a hole in the moon when shot from the Earth. Ultimately this new Dalek just made me think of the RefBot from 'Robot Wars'!

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