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#924699 - 11/15/13 01:14 PM Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary
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There were many fan made videos before any official ones appeared. The following are official BBC vidoes, mostly from BBC's Youtube channel

Doctor Who 50 Years Trailer - the first trailer for the annniversary special

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary TV Trailer 1

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary TV Trailer 2

But That's Not Possible

Peter Capaldi Revaled to be 12th Doctor

Peter Capaldi is the new Doctor

An Adventure in Space and Time: The Trailer - Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

Strax Field Report - Doctor at Trafalgar Square

Strax Field Report: The Zygons - Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor

Ident Interruption 1 - The Day of the Doctor - Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

Ident Interruption 2 - The Day of the Doctor - Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

Night of the Doctor mini episode - a prequel to Day of the Doctor, and really all of the new series from 2005 to now.

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That's Paul McGann the 8th Doctor from the 1996 TV movie. Although he's done audios as the Doctor this is only his second video appearance as the Doctor.






Edited by GuybrushThreepwood (11/15/13 03:25 PM)
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#924711 - 11/15/13 02:08 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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Thanks Guybrush!

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#924712 - 11/15/13 02:09 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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Thanks, Guybrush! That a lot of Who-ness wave
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#924716 - 11/15/13 02:20 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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Thanks, Guybrush! thumbsup
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#924728 - 11/15/13 03:14 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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I love that line from the mini episode "I'm a Doctor, but probably not the one you're expecting." Perfect intro.

I've added a few more videos to original post.


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#924750 - 11/15/13 07:30 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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I'm waiting for the NEW guy!, but the special should be awesome with all the Drs from the past. Can't get enough!
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#924764 - 11/15/13 09:51 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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They could of course be lying, but the Doctors from the original series all claim they're not included.

The mini episode was a surprise, the Doctor actor did manage to keep his role in it a secret.

Christopher Eccleston was apparently asked but declined.

The Christmas Special which will introduce Peter Capaldi will apparently include the Cybermen.

EDIT:
Every year since its return Doctor Who takes part in Children In Need telethon with a mini episode. This years episode is a teaser for the anniversary special The Day of the Doctor: A Preview - BBC Children in Need: 2013


Edited by BrownEyedTigre (11/18/13 02:23 PM)
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#924906 - 11/17/13 04:55 AM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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Thanks Guybrush. I enjoyed that!
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#925026 - 11/18/13 01:49 AM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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Rumor going around that Peter Jackson will be directing a future episode of Doctor Who. He is a fan, picked former Doctor, Sylvester McCoy to be in The Hobbit films.

Hard to keep up with all the new stuff. Found another vidoe: Strax Field Report: Queen Elizabeth - note: Sontarans are a race of clones, they have no females so Strax is always confusing young women with boys. Apparently long long ago a Sontaran warrior had himself cloned and he and his clones wiped out all the other of of his kind, including all the females.

EDIT: Steve Moffat likes to confuse fans. In a recent interview he acknowledged that the Doctor can regenerate 12 times, which would make Peter Capaldi the last Doctor, but then said to check your DVDs as we missed something. In any case, its possible that when Matt Smith's Doctor regenerates in the Christmas Special (which BTW has already been filmed) that he will be terrified believing it to be his last.

I'll be interested to see how Clara reacts to a new Doctor. In "The Name of The Doctor" see saw all the past Doctors but not the future one.

Also wonder how Capaldi's Doctor and River Song will react to each other. She supposedly has pictures of all the Doctors in her diary. But this older version of the Doctor will actually look older than the last version she actually knew did.


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#925224 - 11/19/13 12:43 AM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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It's amazing how time flies when you're with the doctor. I have the 21st anniversary special book called Doctor Who: The Key to Time - A Year-by-Year Record by Peter Haining. It was published in 1984.
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#925366 - 11/19/13 01:28 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: LadyKestrel]
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You have to remember at one time the Dr died, actually died. And it was River who gave up her regenerative powers so that the Dr could live again. So if the Dr has been give more regenerative power then the limit of 12 lives might have gone out the window.
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#925442 - 11/19/13 07:34 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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That's one of the theories. But it was never stated how many she had left and how many it took to cure him and restore his regeneration ability.

Another theory is that the change from Patrick Troughton to Jon Pertwee having been forced on the Doctor by the Time Lords wasn't actually a regeneration. That would only add 1 though.


Now there's a rumor that Matt Smith may have a role in the next Star Wars film.

Since I don't have access to BBC America I have to avoid any sites that might spoil the anniversary special after tomorrow, until I receive the DVD in December.

Doctor Who: The Last Day mini episode - probably the last prequel to The Day of the Doctor

The Day of the Doctor 3D is having a second showing in theaters Monday night, including one locally. I ordered my ticket online.

EDIT: Just got back from The Day of the Doctor. Enjoyed it. I wasn't expecting
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a cameo by the Peter Capaldi Doctor or Matt Smith's Doctor to meet Tom Baker. That scene has some people confused. Since of course its Tom Baker now, white hair, not Tom Baker 1970s curly brown hair.


The 3D effect actually worked. At on point I ducked because an explosion sent a piece of metal flying at my head smile

Before the 3d theater version of The Day of the Doctor, there was a short film featuring Strax explaining what happens to criminals who use their communication devices or talk loud during the film. Then a short film in which Matt Smith welcomes the audience to the 100th Anniversary Special featuring all 57 Doctors. When corrected he apologizes for confusion as he just came from the future. After the film there was a short making off special.

A couple of short video clips that appeared on November 23rd before the special aired:

A message from Strax - The Day of the Doctor

An announcement from the Doctor


Edited by BrownEyedTigre (11/30/13 12:18 AM)
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#926739 - 11/26/13 03:30 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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I watched several episodes of the Matt Smith seasons on BBC America this last weekend. thumbsup
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#926742 - 11/26/13 03:50 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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That's a lot of Dr. Who goodness puppy
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#926773 - 11/26/13 07:03 PM Re: Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary [Re: GuybrushThreepwood]
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There are online articles that claim to quote Steven Moffat as saying the 12 regeneration limit placed by the original series still stands, as of now and that David Tennant actually used two up, one wasted when he drained the energy into his severed hand. This makes Matt Smith Doctor #13. So the Christmas special will have to explain how there can be another Doctor.

Now this is interesting, on the BBC the November 23rd broadcast of the Day of the Doctor was second most watched program. While on BBC America it was its most watched program ever.

Monday nights theater version was number 2 in US after The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. At my local theater only the Day of the Doctor had lines. So I'd say it beat Hunger Games locally.



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