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Old 3rd June 2021, 05:58 AM
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Who: Before And After #422
Name: Morris Perry (1925 - )
Year(s): 1971
Stories: Colony In Space episode 2 Colony In Space episode 6
Character(s): Captain Dent

Before Who:
Films: Cards with Uncle Tom (1959), The Last Invasion (1966)
Television: New Ramps for Old: All Mod Cons (1956) / The Man Who Was Two: From Out of the Sea (1957) / Charlesworth at Large: A View from the Island (1958) / Solo for Canary (1958) / The Life and Death of Sir John Falstaff: On Leave (1959) / A Chance of Thunder (1961) / The Avengers: Tunnel of Fear (1961) / The Avengers: Dragonsfield (1961) / Out of This World: Dumb Martian (1962) / City Beneath the Sea [4 episodes as the Radio Operator (1962)] / The Avengers: Killer Whale (1963) / Jezebel ex UK [2 episodes, different characters (1963)] / Sergeant Cork: The Case of the Self Made Man (1964) / Detective: Trent's Last Case (1964) / Love Story: The Human Element (1964) / The Protectors: The Loop Men (1964) / Armchair Mystery Theatre: Time Out of Mind (1964) / Cluff: The Widow (1964) / Diary of a Young Man: Power (1964) / The Count of Monte Cristo [8 episodes as Baron Danglars (1964)] / The Sullavan Brothers: My Brother's Keeper (1965) / Public Eye: Protection Is a Man's Best Friend (1965) / The Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau [4 episodes as Cesar Birotteau (1965)] / Theatre 625: Rosmersholm (1965) / Jury Room: The Baccarat Scandal (1965) / ITV Play of the Week: Breaking Point (1965) / The Wednesday Play: The Trial and Torture of Sir John Rampayne (1965) / No Hiding Place [2 episodes, different characters (1965)] / The Master: Totty McTurk (1966) / The Rat Catchers: The Edge of Disaster (1966) / The Man in Room 17: The Black Witch (1966) / Lord Raingo [4 episodes as Dr. Heddle (1966)] / Emergency-Ward 10 [4 episodes as Neville Holland (1966)] / The Informer: Its an Unfair World, Baxter (1966) / The Troubleshooters: Error of Judgement (1966) / BBC Play of the Month: Corridors of Power (1966) / ITV Sunday Night Drama: Four Triumphant: St George (1966) / Turn Out the Lights: Hail Thee, Aunt Shelmadine (1967) / Vendetta: The Madonna Man (1967) / The Golden Age: The Explorers (1967) / Witch Hunt [4 episodes as Rev. Philip Nyren (1967)] / The Further Adventures of the Musketeers [4 episodes as Captain Groslow (1967)] / Haunted: The Chinese Butterfly (1967) / Champion House: Pilot Error (1968) / Sexton Blake: Sexton Blake v. The Organisation [4 episodes as Von Meck (1968)] / Z Cars: The Tip-Off (1968) / The Champions: The Final Countdown* (1968) / Adventure Weekly [6 episodes as Mr. Perkins (1969)] / Armchair Theatre: The Brophy Story (1969) / Judge Dee: The Haunted Pavilion (1969) / Hadleigh: Thanks for the Offer (1969) / Counterstrike: Backlash (1969) / Special Branch [21 episodes as Charles Moxon (1970)]

After Who:
Films: The Insomniac (1971), Nothing But the Night* (1973), Mafia Junction (1973), One Hour to Zero (1976), Sweeney!* (1977), Act of Rape (1977), The Human Factor (1979), Silver Dream Racer (1980), The Bunker (1981), The Christmas Tree (1986), Born of Fire (1987), The Tigress (1992), Crush (2001), Fogbound (2002), Rosenstrasse (2003), The Debt (2010)

Television: Rules, Rules, Rules: Prejudice (1971) / Hine: Survival of the Creeps (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: A Message from the Deep Sea (1971) / The Persuaders!: Chain of Events* (1971) / The Shadow of the Tower [2 episodes as Abbot Sante (1972)] / Callan: If He Can, So Could I (1972) / The Main Chance: The Killing Ground (1972) / Doomwatch: Hair Trigger (1972) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Sharing the Honours (1972) / The Protectors: The Quick Brown Fox* (1972) / War & Peace: Men of Destiny (1972) / The Pathfinders: Sweets from a Stranger (1973) / Jack the Ripper: The Highest in the Land? (1973) / Six Days of Justice: A Question of Discipline (1973) / Helen - A Woman of Today [2 episodes as Dr. Whitworth (1973)] / Out of the Past: Into Thin Air (1974) / Boy Dominic: Lodgings to Let (1974) / Armchair Cinema: Regan (1974) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Worth a Million (1974) / The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs: The Exchange (1974) / Barlow: Away (1975) / The Sweeney [4 episodes as Det. Chief Supt. Maynon (1975-1976)] / Play for Today: Doran's Box (1976) / Crown Court: Royalties (1976) / Warship: The Girl from the Sea (1977) / Survivors: Mad Dog (1977) / General Hospital: Unknown Quantity (1977) / Van der Valk: Man of Iron (1977) / Thomas and Sarah: The New Rich (1979) / The Professionals: Stopover (1979) / Secret Army [4 episodes as Maitre Guissard (1979)] / Escape: Alfred Hinds (1980) / A Tale of Two Cities [2 episodes as Marquis St. Evremonde (1980)] / The Life and Times of David Lloyd George: Win or Lose (1981) / Strangers: Soldiers of Misfortune (1981) / The Hound of the Baskervilles [3 episodes as Barrymore (1982)] / Live from Pebble Mill: The Battle of Waterloo (1983) / The Cleopatras [2 episodes as General Chaereas (1983)] / Miracles Take Longer [2 episodes as Barry Goodson (1983)] / The Dark Side of the Sun: Harvest of Fear (1983) / Reilly - Ace of Spies: The Trust (1983) / Murder Not Proven?: A Big Romping Boy (1984) / The Practice (1985) / Drummonds [16 episodes as Patrick Heritage (1985-1987)] / Rockliffe's Babies: A Very Diplomatic Incident (1988) / Minder: The Wrong Goodbye (1989) / Shadow of the Noose: Beside the Seaside (1989) / Poirot: The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1990) / Screenplay: Shoot the Revolution (1990) / The Piglet Files: With Friends Like These (1992) / Stay Lucky: Flameproof and Free (1993) / Timewatch: The King's Servant (2001) / The Bill: Another Country (2001) / The Royal: Home to Roost (2004) / Doctors: Out of the Past (2006) / Midsomer Murders: King's Crystal (2007) / Holby City: Under the Radar (2007) / Not Going Out: Fireworks (2011)
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Concept art of the interior of the Empire State Building from Daleks in Manhattan (2007)

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The third in an occasional series: 'Doctor Who' as featured in other medium

#3: Star Trek: The Next Generation

A computer consul as featured in the 1988 episode 'The Neutral Zone'. In the episode as it was originally aired, in the first column you can clearly make out the names William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison (misspelled as Davidson) and Colin Baker

For some reason, despite making his first appearance as the Doctor the previous year, Sylvester McCoy's name has been omitted


When the episode was remastered, however, the names were replaced with those of the TNG actors, production staffers, and the staff from CBS Digital and CBS Television Distribution

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In memory of Damaris Hayman (1929 - 2021)

Played Miss Hawthorne in the 1971 story 'The Daemons'

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Who: Before And After #423
Name: John Tordoff (1938 - )
Year(s): 1971
Stories: Colony In Space episode 4
Character(s): Alec Leeson

Before Who:
Films: Billy Liar (1963), Carry On Jack (1964), Treasure Island (1965)
Television: ITV Play of the Week: The Whisperers (1961) / BBC Sunday-Night Play: I'm Not Stopping (1963) / Theatre 625: To the Frontier (1968) / Resurrection [2 episodes as the Court usher (1968)] / The Elusive Pimpernel [2 episodes as Andre Lemoine (1969)] / Nearest and Dearest: Breach of the Peace (1969) / The First Churchills [5 episodes as Becket (1969)] / Catweazle: The Flying Broomsticks* (1970) / BBC Play of the Month: Howards End (1970) / The Doctors (1970)

After Who:
Films: The Boys and Mrs B (1977), Julius Caesar (1979), Lady Oscar (1979), Henry IV Part II (1979), Tales from a Flying Trunk (1979), Androcles and the Lion ( (1983), The Gourmet (1984), Little Dorrit (1987), Without a Clue* (1988), The Four Minute Mile (1988), Great Balls of Fire! (1989), Hands of a Murderer (1990), The Fool (1990), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves* (1991), Incognito (1997), Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998), Parting Shots (1998), Another Life (2001)

Television: His and Hers: Telephone (1972) / The Train Now Standing: Royal Flush (1972) / Doctor in Charge: A Night with the Dead (1972) / The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club: Mr. Oliver (1973) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Looting of the Specie Room (1973) / Churchill's People: America! America! (1975) / The Sweeney: Supersnout (1975) / Madame Bovary [2 episodes as Hippolyte (1975)] / Lorna Doone (1976) / Doctor on the Go: The War of the Wards (1977) / Jesus of Nazareth [3 episodes as Malachi (1977)] / Murder Most English - A Flaxborough Chronicle: Hopjoy Was Here (1977) / Crown Court: Two Thousand Witnesses (1978) / Rumpole of the Bailey: Rumpole and the Heavy Brigade (1978) / Coronation Street [4 episodes as Norman Hill (1978)] / Strangers: Paying Guests (1978) / The Famous Five: Five Go to Demon's Rocks (1979) / Citizen Smith [3 episodes, different characters (1979-1980) / The Spoils of War: A Vocation in Life (1980) / Agony: Lucas v Lucas (1981) / Ladykillers: A Boy's Best Friend (1981) / Grange Hill (1982) / Minder [2 episodes, different characters (1982-1989)] / The Gaffer: There Goes the Bride (1983) / Dramarama: Mighty Mum and the Petnappers (1983) / The Gathering Seed (1983) / Lady Is a Tramp (1984) / Return to Treasure Island: The Map (1986) / Sob Sisters: Streetwise (1989) / About Face: Stand by Your Man (1989) / Campion: Mystery Mile(1990) / The Upper Hand: Paint Your Wagon (1990) / The Return of the Borrowers (1993) / Sharpe: Sharpe's Siege (1996) / Merlin [2 episodes as the New Architect (1998)] / Coronation Street [3 episodes as Keith Hesketh (1999)]
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The Master (Eric Roberts) alongside Chang Lee (A blurred Yee Jee Tso) in the 1996 story Doctor Who The Movie.

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Who: Before And After #424a
Name: Norman Atkyns (1905 - 1980)
Year(s): 1971 / 1972
Stories: Colony In Space episode 4, Colony In Space episode 6 / The Sea Devils episode 5
Character(s): Guardian / Rear Admiral

Before Who:
Films: Emil and the Detectives (1935), Anthony and Anna (1947), Idol on Parade (1959), Operation Fantail (1961), Barrister at Law (1969), No Blade of Grass* (1970)

Television: Quatermass and the Pit: Hob (1959) / Playbox (1959) / Boyd Q.C.: Roast Chicken (1961) / Ann Veronica: Trial of Strength (1964) / Dr. Finlay's Casebook: The Next Provost But One (1965) / A Man Called Harry Brent: Tolly Changes His Mind (1965) / Londoners: Just Call Me Lucky (1965) / Meet the Wife: Her Birthday (1965) / Hugh and I: With a Pinch of Salt (1966) / The Paradise Makers (1967) / Haunted: I Like It Here (1967) / The Newcomers (1967) / Resurrection: Dmitri (1968) / The First Churchills: Rebellion (1969) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Diversion (1969) / The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Anne of Cleves (1970) / Z Cars: In and Out (1970) / For the Love of Ada [2 episodes as Pensioner (1970)] / Hine: The Sterile Weapons (1971)

After Who:
Films: For the Love of Ada (1972), Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974), S*P*Y*S (1974), Harry (1976), A Divorce (1976)
Television: Dixon of Dock Green: The Bad Debt Men (1972) / Emma: (1972) / My Wife Next Door: The Absolute End (1972) / The Adventurer: Action! (1972) / Woodstock (1973) / Six Days of Justice: We'll Support You Evermore (1973) / Follyfoot: Barney (1973) / Oh, Father!: The World, My Parish (1973) / The Protectors: Dragon Chase* (1973) / Second Time Around: Miss Right (1974) / The Good Life: Plough Your Own Furrow* (1975) / My Honourable Mrs: A Woman About the House (1975) / Doctor on the Go: I Love Paris... When I Get There (1977) / Warship: The Girl from the Sea (1977) / Happy Ever After: The King and June (1978) / The Dawson Watch: Money (1979) / Secret Army: The Last Run (1979) / Keep It in the Family: All Through the Night (1980) / Bernie (1980) / A Tale of Two Cities (1980)
Who: Before And After #424b
Name: Roy Heymann (1941 - 1996)
Year(s): 1971 / 1974
Stories: Colony In Space episode 4, Colony In Space episode 6 / Death To The Daleks part 3
Character(s): Alien Priest / Gotal

Before Who:
Films: Mr. Brown Comes Down the Hill (1965)
Television: Dixon of Dock Green: The Outlaws (1962)

After Who:
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Private Perkins (Christien Anholt - son of Tony) holds the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) at gunpoint in The Curse of Fenric (1989)

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That guy likes pointing guns at people. He was also the gunman that held the newsteam hostage in The Last Word 2parter in season 3 of Press Gang.
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