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October Nightmares - The Mummy from 2014's Mummy on the Orient Express.


I'd go as fas as saying this is the best looking scary Mummy i've seen in film and tv.
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Guest actors appearing in THE DEADLY ASSASSIN who have previously appeared in the show:
  • Bernard Horsfall (Chancellor Goth)
  • George Pravda (Castellan Spandrell)
  • Hugh Walters (Commentator Runcible)
  • Erik Chitty (Co-ordinator Engin)
  • Michael Bilton (Time Lord)
  • Peter Mayock (Solis)

Who: Before And After #565
Name: Llewellyn Rees [1901 - 1994]
Year(s): 1976
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1 The Deadly Assassin part 2
Character(s): The Lord President
Note: At the time of his death, he was the oldest actor to have appeared in Doctor Who

Before Who:
Films: Private's Progress (1956), Without Love (1956), Call Back Yesterday (1956), Brothers in Law (1957), The Assassin (1957), You Can't Escape (1957), Gentlemen at Twilight (1958), The Queen and the Welshman (1958), The Desperate Men (1958), The Navy Lark (1959), The Girl on the Switchboard (1959), Strictly Confidential (1959), The Price of Silence (1960), The House in Marsh Road (1960), The Referees ( (1961), The Lemoine Affair (1961), The Secret Agent (1967), Salt and Pepper (1968), Cromwell (1970), The Ruling Class (1972), Dead Cert (1974), Comet Amongst the Stars (1975)

Television: London Playhouse: The Inward Eye (1955) / H.M. Tennent Globe Theatre: Rebecca (1956) / Boyd Q.C.: At the Third Stroke (1957) / Overseas Press Club Exclusive!: The Man Who Changed Faces (1957) / Hour of Mystery: Sound Alibi (1957) / ITV Television Playhouse: Not Proven (1957) / The Adventures of Robin Hood: The Mark (1957) / Sword of Freedom: Violetta (1957) / Ivanhoe: The Masons (1958) / Armchair Theatre: The Franchise Affair (1958) / The Sky Larks: Mink Afloat (1958) / BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: The Exiles #1 - The Bird Laughed (1959) / Murder Bag: Lockhart Watches a Film (1959) / The Davy Jones Saga [5 episodes as Major D. Pryce-Powell (1959)] / World Theatre: The Silver Box (1959) / The Men from Room 13: The Man Who Watched Birds (1959) / Knight Errant Limited: The Silent Heart (1960) / Saturday Playhouse: Going Like a Fox (1960) / Somerset Maugham Hour: A Casual Affair (1960) / Probation Officer (1960) / On Trial: Spencer Cowper (1960) / Golden Girl: Held in Trust (1961) / The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: The Double (1963) / Detective [2 episodes, different characters (1964-1968)] / Theatre 625: The Queen & the Welshman (1966) / The Power Game [3 episodes as The Minister (1966)] / Quick Before They Catch Us: The Weasel Goes Pop (1966) / ITV Play of the Week: The New Assistant (1967) / The Informer: Mutual Protection (1967) / The Gamblers: Thirty Stretch (1968) / BBC Play of the Month: The Tempest (1968) / The Wednesday Play: A Beast with Two Backs (1968) / The Way We Live Now [4 episodes as Lord Alfred Grendall (1969)] / Hadleigh: If You Can't Beat 'Em (1969) / Strange Report: Report 2475 - Revenge - When a Man Hates (1969) / The Black Tulip (1970) / Budgie: Some Mothers' Sons (1971) / Ace of Wands: Seven Serpents, Sulphur and Salt (1971) / Eyeless in Gaza: O Dark, Dark, Dark, Amid the Blaze of Noon (1971) / Justice: By Order of the Magistrates (1971) / Crown Court: Euthanasia - Regina v Webb (1972)] / The Edwardians: Daisy (1973) / Coronation Street [2 episodes as Herbert James (1973)] / The Aweful Mr. Goodall: Loyalty in My Honour (1974) / Jennie - Lady Randolph Churchill: Recovery (1974) / The Brothers: Life Goes On (1975)

After Who:
Films: Carry on Emmannuelle (1978), The Mirror Crack'd* (1980), Rules of Justice (1981), The Return of the Soldier (1982), The Dresser (1983), Another Country (1984), Anna (1984), Withnail & I (1987), The Moneymen (1987), A Fish Called Wanda* (1988), The Diamond Trap (1988), Star Trap (1988), Splitting Heirs (1993),

Television: Dickens of London: Magic (1976) / Rough Justice: Mutual Consent (1977) / Holocaust: 1935-1940* (1978) / Crossroads [11 episodes as Godfrey King (1978)] / Disraeli - Portrait of a Romantic: The Great Game 1858-1872 (1978) / The Professionals: Everest Was Also Conquered (1978) / The Professionals: Wild Justice (1980) / Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years [2 episodes as Lord Salisbury (1981)] / The Comic Strip Presents: "Consuela" (Or 'The New Mrs Saunders') (1986) / Boon: Trudy's Grit (1987) / Inspector Morse: The Settling of the Sun (1988) / Mr. Majeika [2 episodes as Lord Barty (1988)] / Bust: Concert Party (1988) / Chancer [2 episodes as the Brigadier (1990)] / Chillers: Old Folks at Home (1990) / Jeeves and Wooster: Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall (or, Right Ho! Jeeves) (1992) / Screen One: Tender Loving Care (1993)
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October Nightmares - Mr. Sin, the terrifying ventriloquist dummy from The Talons of Weng-Chiang (1977)


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Doctor Who: Flux Episode One - The Halloween Apocalypse


The episode will premiere at 6.25pm, Sunday 31 October 2021 on BBC One. It has been granted a 45-minute timeslot, ending at 7.15pm.
The title and UK broadcast time for the second episode of Series 13 has been revealed



The synopsis for 'War of the Sontarans' is:

"The Doctor has an unexpected encounter with one of her deadliest enemies when the Sontarans become a new faction in the Crimean War. As the British army goes into pitched battle with the warlike aliens, the Doctor and her companions seek the help of renowned nurse Mary Seacole (Sara Powell), while an ancient temple hides mysterious secrets"

The episode will premiere at 6.10pm, Sunday 7 November 2021 on BBC One. It has been granted a 60-minute timeslot, ending at 7.10pm
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Who: Before And After #566
Name: Angus MacKay [1926 - 2013]
Year(s): 1976 / 1983
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1 The Deadly Assassin part 2, The Deadly Assassin part 4 / Mawdryn Undead part 1 Mawdryn Undead part 2
Character(s): Cardinal Borusa / Headmaster

Before Who:
Films: Nothing But the Best (1964), Darling (1965), Morgan!* (1966), Secret Ceremony (1968), Percy* (1971), Inn of the Frightened People (1971), Quest for Love (1971), According to the Rules (1972), Wipers Three (1973), Breakdown (1976)

Television: Death of a Ghost [2 episodes as Detective Constable Bainbridge (1960)] / BBC Sunday-Night Play: To Whom It May Concern (1962) / Probation Officer (1962) / 24-Hour Call: Man Alone (1963) / A World of Comedy: The Enormous Ear (1965) / Jury Room: The Baccarat Scandal (1965) / The Wednesday Play: The Bond (1965) / The Troubleshooters: Some Wet Night in Sauciehall Street (1966) / Quick Before They Catch Us [4 episodes as Tom Kidd (1966)] / Intrigue: That's What's Pushing the Price Up (1966) / The Portrait of a Lady [3 episodes as Mr. Bantling (1968)] / Detective: The Golden Dart (1968) / ITV Playhouse: The Stealers of Darkness (1968) / The Tyrant King: Some Doll! (1968) / Softly Softly: On Christmas Day in the Morning (1968) / Dixon of Dock Green [2 episodes, different characters (1968-1972)] / The Way We Live Now [4 episodes as Mr. Broune (1969)] / Who-Dun-It: An Embarrassment of Murder (1969) / NBC Experiment in Television: The Engagement (1970) / Paul Temple: Kill or Cure (1970) / Doomwatch: No Room for Error (1971) / Man at the Top: Change Partners (1971) / Softly Softly - Task Force: Black Equals White (1971) / The Doctors [2 episodes as Dr. Western (1971)] / Budgie: Fiddler on the Hoof (1971) / Justice: When Did You First Feel the Pain? (1971) / The Golden Bowl [2 episodes as Lord Castledean (1972)] / His and Hers: Diet (1972) / The Edwardians: Daisy (1973) / Public Eye: Egg and Cress Sandwiches (1973) / Special Branch: Assault (1973) / Nobody Is Norman Wisdom (1973) / Warship: A Standing and Jumping War (1973) / The Dragon's Opponent: Rebellion (1973) / Armchair Theatre: The Golden Road (1973) / Jackanory Playhouse: The Magician's Heart (1973) / Z Cars: Losers (1974) / The Pallisers: Part Twenty-three (1974) / Sutherland's Law: Just a Little Death (1974) / Steptoe and Son: And So to Bed (1974) / The Early Life of Stephen Hind [3 episodes as Frederick Hyde (1974)] / The Sweeney: Ringer* (1975) / Edward the King [2 episodes as Lord Lansdowne (1975)] / Hogg's Back (1975) / The ITV Play: A House in Regent Place - House Proud (1975) / Victorian Scandals: Beloved (1976)

After Who:
Films: The Mirror Crack'd* (1980), National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985), Clockwise (1986), Ann and Debbie (1986), Prick Up Your Ears (1987), Bullseye! (1990), King Ralph (1991)

Television: The Velvet Glove: Auntie's Niece (1977) / Jubilee: Silver Lining (1977) / Rough Justice [3 episodes as Judge Ewing (1977)] / The Professionals: Private Madness, Public Danger* (1977) / Crown Court [3 episodes asGeoffrey Crawford-White QC (1977-1979)] / The Law Centre: Fly Away, Peter, Fly Away, Paul (1978) / The Sunday Drama: Wings of Song (1978) / Rings on Their Fingers [2 episodes, different characters (1978-1980)] / My Son, My Son (1979) / Tales of the Unexpected: The Way Up to Heaven (1979) / Flesh and Blood: Time of Life (1980) / Can We Get on Now, Please?: Pettigrew's Last Stand (1980) / Ladykillers: Murder at the Savoy Hotel (1980) / The Gentle Touch: Shame (1980) / Minder: Caught in the Act, Fact (1980) / When the Boat Comes In: Oh, My Charming Billy Boy (1981) / The Life and Times of David Lloyd George: He Is Wise, and Merciful (1981) / Plays for Pleasure: Storm in a Broken Teacup (1981) / Tears Before Bedtime: Show Me the Way to Leave Home (1983) / Play for Today: The Falklands Factor (1983) / The Jewel in the Crown: Incidents at a Wedding (1984) / The Kit Curran Radio Show: The Big Break (1984) / Chance in a Million [5 episodes as Mr. Wingent (1984-1986)] / Dempsey and Makepeace: Given to Acts of Violence (1985) / Screen Two: Knockback (1985) / Roll Over Beethoven (1985) / Hot Metal; Casting the Runes (1986) / C.A.T.S. Eyes: Rough Trip (1986) / A Small Problem: 'Keep on Running. Keep on Hiding' (1987) / One by One: Coming to Terms (1987) / Only Fools and Horses: The Frog's Legacy (1987) / Thin Air (1988) / Alexei Sayle's Stuff: Liebnitz: Man or Biscuit? (1988) / Howards' Way (1989) / One Foot in the Grave: The Eternal Quadrangle* (1990) / Making News: Line of Fire (1990) / Brass: Bradley Sticks It Out (1990) / Close to Home: While the Vet's Away (1990) / If You See God, Tell Him (1993)
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October Nightmares - The creepy Peg Dolls from 2011's Night Terrors.

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Who: Before And After #567a
Name: Peter Pratt [1923 - 1995]
Year(s): 1976
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1 The Deadly Assassin part 4
Character(s): The Master II ['The Decaying Master']

Before Who:
Films: None
Television: Spy-Catcher: Spitfire Johnnie (1960) / Probation Officer (1961) / Dial RIX: What a Drag (1962) / Festival: Six Characters in Search of an Author (1964) / The Ordeal of Richard Feverel [2 episodes as The Hon. Peter Brayder (1964)] / Thursday Theatre: Traveller Without Luggage (1965) / Orlando: In at the Death (1967) / Theatre 625: The Life Class (1968) / The Challengers: The Tomorrow Business (1972) / Van der Valk: Blue Notes (1972) / The Edwardians: The Reluctant Juggler (1972) / Menace: The Solarium (1973) / The Brontes of Haworth [2 episodes as Mr. Woolven (1973)] / Play for Today: Jack Point (1973) / Z Cars: Cadet (1973) / Murder Must Advertise [3 episodes as Mr. Pym (1973)] / Fall of Eagles: The Appointment (1974) / Village Hall: There'll Almost Always Be an England (1974) / Churchill's People: March On, Boys! (1975)

After Who:
Films: The Story of Ruth (1982)
Television: Squadron: The Veteran (1982) / The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan (1983)

Who: Before And After #567b
Name: Maurice Quick [1911 - 2000]
Year(s): 1976
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1
Character(s): The Gold Usher
Note: Had previously appeared in uncredited roles as an extra in the 1970 story 'Spearhead from Space' and a priest in the 1876 story 'The Masque of Mandragora'

Before Who:
Films: To Encourage the Others (1972), Galileo (1975)
Television: ITV Play of the Week: The Other Man (1964) / Dixon of Dock Green: Edward the Confessor (1965) / A Tale of Two Cities: On Trial for Treason (1965) / Meet the Wife: Old Time Dancing (1966) / Adam Adamant Lives!: Face in a Mirror (1967) / Softly Softly: Appointment in Wyvern (1967) / The Forsyte Saga [3 episides as Meyricks (1967)] / Champion House: Sonata for a Solo Fiddle (1967) / Pride and Prejudice [2 episodes as the Servant (1967)] / Detective: The Golden Dart (1968) / The Very Merry Widow: Judgement in Paris (1968) / Sherlock Holmes: Shoscombe Old Place (1968) / Z Cars [3 episodes, different characters (1968-1974)] / Two in Clover (1969) / Charge!: What's That Tie You're Wearing? (1969) / The Troubleshooters [2 episodes as the Waiter (1969-1971)] / Fraud Squad: Brother Simple (1969) / Plays of Today: The Ladies: Joan (1969) / ITV Sunday Night Theatre: Aren't We All? (1969) / The Wednesday Play: Season of the Witch (1970) / Sentimental Education [3 episodes as Frederic's servant (1970)] / Biography: Byron (1970) / Brett: The Moses Basket (1971) / The Doctors [4 episodes as the Court usher (1971)] / Bel Ami [5 episodes as the Manservant (1971)] / Crime of Passion: Celestina (1971) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Missing Witness Sensation (1971)/ Father, Dear Father: Housey Housey (1971) / Cousin Bette [2 episodes as the Footman (1971)] / Trial [2 episodes as the Usher (1971)] / The Regiment: Days of Betrayal (1972) / New Scotland Yard: Perfect in Every Way (1972) / War & Peace [2 episodes as Pavel (1972-1973)] / ITV Playhouse: The Long Lease of Summer (1972) / Villains: George (1972) / The Edwardians: Lloyd George (1973) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Missing Q.C.s (1973) / Special Branch: Round the Clock (1973) / Menace: Valentine (1973) / Warship: Shoresides and Home (1973) / Within These Walls: Prisoner by Marriage (1974) / The Pallisers [19 episodes as Collingwood (1974)] / Rooms: Bernard & Ginnie (1975) / Private Affairs: The Statue and the Rose (1975) / The Poisoning of Charles Bravo: Marital Rights (1975) / One-Upmanship [2 episodes (1976)]

After Who:
Films: The Three Hostages (1977), Made in Britain (1982)
Television: Eleanor Marx: Dr. Aveling's Dog (1977) / Raffles: An Old Flame (1977) / Murder Most English - A Flaxborough Chronicle: The Flaxborough Crab (1977) / BBC2 Play of the Week: Mr. & Ms. Bureaucrat (1978) / Thomas and Sarah: The Biters Bit (1979) / Prince Regent: Milk and Honey (1979) / Penmarric [6 episodes as Medlyn (1979)] / To Serve Them All My Days (1980) / Play for Today: London Is Drowning (1981) / Kessler (1981) / Beau Geste (1982) / Icebound in the Antarctic: Our Dead Bodies Must Tell the Tale (1983) / Potter (1983) / Strangers and Brothers (1984)
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October Nightmares - Silence will Fall.

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Who: Before And After #568a
Name: Derek Season [1943 - 1979]
Year(s): 1976
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1 – The Deadly Assasin part 2, The Deadly Assassin part 4
Character(s): Commander Hilred

Before Who:
Films: Julius Caesar (1964), Coriolanus (1965), Troilus and Cressida (1966), Death of an Informer (1976)
Television: The Likely Lads: Rocker* (1966) / The Wednesday Play: Who's Going to Take Me On? (1967) / Theatre 625: Hotel Torpe (1967) / Softly Softly: A Piece of Waste Ground (1967) / Boy Meets Girl: A High-Pitched Buzz (1967) / Haunted: Living Doll (1967) / Dombey and Son [7 episodes as Walter Gay (1969)] / Canterbury Tales: The Canon Yeoman's Tale/The Franklin's Tale (1969) / Z Cars: The Team (1972) / The Strauss Family: Adele (1972) / Man About the House [2 episodes, different characters (1973-1974)] / Marked Personal [2 episodes as Bernard Gates (1974)] / ...And Mother Makes Five [3 episodes, different characters (1974-1975)] / Within These Walls: The Mystery (1976)

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Miss Jones and Son [2 episodes as Roland (1977)] / Happy Ever After: A Proper Choice (1977) / Robin's Nest [2 episodes, different characters (1977-1978)] / People Like Us [12 episodes as Harold Godbeer (1978)] / Telford's Change: Personal Services/No Earthly Reason (1979) / The Dawson Watch [2 episodes (1979)] / BBC2 Play of the Week: On Giant's Shoulders (1979) / Shoestring: I'm a Believer (1979) / Escape: The Cartland Murder (1980) / ITV Playhouse: Only a Game (1981)

Who: Before And After #568b
Name: John Dawson [1919 - 1984]
Year(s): 1976
Stories: The Deadly Assassin part 1 – The Deadly Assasin part 2
Character(s): Time Lord

Before Who:
Films: Body Found (1959), Dead Lucky (1960), The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970), Cool It, Carol! (1970),
Television: Quatermass and the Pit [2 episodes, different characters (1959)] / Armchair Mystery Theatre: Flight from Treason (1960) / On Trial: The Dilke Case (1960) / Probation Officer (1961) / Court of Mystery: The Ship That Vanished (1961) / Deadline Midnight: Libel Story (1961) / Mr. Pastry's Progress: The Trainspotters (1962) / Z Cars [6 episodes, different characters (1962-1972)] / Mr. Pastry's Pet Shop: Where There's a Trill, There's a Way (1962) / Suspense [2 episodes, different characters (1963)] / Moonstrike: The Last Mission (1963) / Mary Barton [2 episodes as the Superintendent (1964)] / The Valiant Varneys: The Incredible Adventures of Beau Varney (1964) / Smuggler's Bay [2 episodes as Johannes (1964)] / The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling: Black Jack (1964) / Compact [2 episodes as Mr. Arundale (1965)] / The Flying Swan [3 episodes as the Head Waiter (1965)] / Dixon of Dock Green: Castles in the Air (1965) / The Mask of Janus: The Cold Equation (1965) / Adam Adamant Lives!: The Last Sacrifice (1966) / Softly Softly [3 episodes, different characters (1966-1969)] / Crossroads [8 episodes as Ernie Perkins (1966)] / The Newcomers [27 episodes as Bernard Nelson (1967)] / Out of the Unknown: The Fosters (1969) / Counterstrike: Backlash (1969) / Paul Temple: Kill or Cure (1970) / Doomwatch: Survival Code (1970) / Sentimental Education: The Philanderer (1970) / Thirty-Minute Theatre: Waugh on Crime - In Which Inspector Waugh Encounters the English Class System (1970) / The Doctors [6 episodes as Ronald Curtis (1971)] / Coronation Street (1971) / The Witch's Daughter [4 episodes as Mr. Tarbutt (1971)] / Owen, M.D.: The Bees (1971) / Man at the Top: The Knacker's Yard (1972) / No Exit: Queen's Messenger (1972) / The Long Chase (1972) / The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: The Looting of the Specie Room (1973) / Then and Now: Outside the Machine (1973) / Softly Softly: Task Force; Trial (1973) / Moody and Pegg: He - The Go Between (1974) / Late Call (1975) / Six Days of Justice [4 episodes as the Usher (1975)] / The Brothers: End of a Dream (1975) / Rentaghost [17 episodes as Mr. Mumford (1976-1979)]

After Who:
Films: None
Television: Poldark (1977) / Angels: Fraternity (1978) / Scorpion Tales: Truth or Consequence (1978) / A Family Affair: The Wedding (1979)
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In memory of Ian Marter - died October 28th, 1986

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