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Photo Post Sat, Oct. 18, 2014 268 notes

theatrepirate:

This. This. This. On, you lovely 12th Doctor channeling so many classic Doctors! Between this and Capaldi’s excellent Tom Baker vocal impression, I was all Classic Who grins and giggles.
PS…and thanks to those who read, liked, and reblogged my review of “Mummy on the Orient Express.” Check it out if you haven’t yet, and feel free to leave comments!

theatrepirate:

This. This. This. On, you lovely 12th Doctor channeling so many classic Doctors! Between this and Capaldi’s excellent Tom Baker vocal impression, I was all Classic Who grins and giggles.

PS…and thanks to those who read, liked, and reblogged my review of “Mummy on the Orient Express.” Check it out if you haven’t yet, and feel free to leave comments!

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Video Post Thu, Oct. 16, 2014 154 notes

thekrotons:

Terror of the Autons (1971)

People really underestimate some of the dialogue in this show, god was I laughing.

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Photo Post Sat, Oct. 11, 2014 497 notes

shh-im-wondering:

Three and Liz giong somewhere fancy, yay!

shh-im-wondering:

Three and Liz giong somewhere fancy, yay!

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Video Post Sat, Oct. 11, 2014 920 notes

Well, when I was a little boy, we used to live in a house that was perched halfway up the top of a mountain. And behind our house, there sat under a tree an old man, a hermit, a monk. He’d lived under this tree for half his lifetime, so they said, and he’d learned the secret of life. So, when my black day came, I went and asked him to help me.

And he told you the secret? Well, what was it? 

Well, I’m coming to that, Jo, in my own time. Ah, I’ll never forget what it was like up there. All bleak and cold, it was. A few bare rocks with some weeds sprouting from them and some pathetic little patches of sludgy snow. It was just grey. Grey, grey, grey. Well, the tree the old man sat under, that was ancient and twisted and the old man himself was, he was as brittle and as dry as a leaf in the autumn. 

But what did he say?

Nothing, not a word. He just sat there, silently, expressionless, and he listened whilst I poured out my troubles to him. I was too unhappy even for tears, I remember. And when I’d finished, he lifted a skeletal hand and he pointed. Do you know what he pointed at? 

No.

A flower. One of those little weeds. Just like a daisy, it was. Well, I looked at it for a moment and suddenly I saw it through his eyes. It was simply glowing with life, like a perfectly cut jewel. And the colours? Well, the colours were deeper and richer than you could possibly imagine. Yes, that was the daisiest daisy I’d ever seen. 

And that was the secret of life? A daisy? Honestly, Doctor. 

Yes, I laughed too when I first heard it. So, later, I got up and I ran down that mountain and I found that the rocks weren’t grey at all, but they were red, brown and purple and gold. And those pathetic little patches of sludgy snow, they were shining white. Shining white in the sunlight.

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Text Post Thu, Oct. 09, 2014 7 notes

Whether it’s a cosplay, a pin or a print, if you’re doing something with the third Doctor, everyone puts him in the Maroon jacket from The Three Doctors. And that wouldn’t bother me so much, if I didn’t get people coming up to me in my blue jacket cosplay and sat importantly, “You know, the third Doctor’s coat was really red.”

Excuse me, the third Doctor had a wardrobe of velvet tuxedo jackets including cobalt blue, moss green, emerald green, violet, charcoal grey with red piping and maroon; and the coat I’m wearing is a replica of the Spearhead From Space jacket. Which was blue.

I wouldn’t worry about it, except I want the pin to sell.






Video Post Thu, Oct. 09, 2014 223 notes

cleowho:

"…playing soldiers…"

Doctor Who and the Silurians - season 07 - 1970

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Video Post Tue, Oct. 07, 2014 260 notes

leda74:

I wish I knew what they were laughing at out of shot; whatever it was, it was clearly hilarious. Bless ‘em.



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