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Doctor Who - The Web of Fear. Episode Three

It’s a pity that this episode is still missing, although one day it might come back, yes it might come back ….

The major irritant is that it denies us our first glimpse of Nicholas Courtney as Lethbridge-Stewart (although since nothing from his debut existed in the archives before 2013 we can’t grumble about this too much).  606 more words

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Doctor Who "The Power of the Daleks"

About three and a half years ago, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, and now it’s been five decades since William Hartnell regenerated into Patrick Troughton. 313 more words


Doctor Who - The Web of Fear. Episode Two

With Patrick Troughton on holiday, episode two allows the others, especially Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling, a little more screen-time.

Jamie and Victoria’s first encounter with the aged Travers is a treat.  485 more words

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Doctor Who - The Web of Fear. Episode One

Following the news of Deborah Watling’s death, I’m sure I wasn’t the only one to reach for this story.  Back in the mid eighties though, if you wanted to see Victoria in action you were limited to either the second episode of  795 more words

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Deborah Watling passes away at the age of 69

It is Cult Faction’s sad duty to report that former Doctor Who companion Deborah Watling has died at the age of 69 years old.

Watling played Victoria Waterfield in 40 episodes between 1967 and 1968 alongside the second Doctor Patrick Troughton. 36 more words


The Monster Manifesto - Charting the Future for Doctor Who!

It may have escaped your attention that Doctor Who recently made the biggest change to it’s status quo in it’s fifty-four year history – perhaps the biggest change since the inaugural regeneration of First Doctor  1,698 more words


Episode 36: The Evil of the Daleks

Episode 36: The Evil of the Daleks
Second Doctor
Companions: Jamie, Victoria
Written byDavid Whitaker
Directed by Derek Martinus
Wikipedia Entry

The Doctor and Jamie are forced to play a game of life and death in the Victorian age. 346 more words

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