Tag Archives: Frazer Hines

The Seeds of Death

The base-under-seige format of many of the Troughton stories has been mentioned many times, but why was it used so many times and why did it work so well?  I think it comes down to showing the audience one scary … Continue reading

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The Ice Warriors

It is probably fair to say that in the hierarchy of Doctor Who monsters from the classic era the Ice Warriors are generally considered the third most successful, after the Daleks and Cybermen.  To date these are the only three … Continue reading

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The Space Pirates

It is difficult to get a true impression of a mostly missing story from one existing episode and the soundtracks.  The lack of telesnaps makes it all the more difficult, with reconstruction attempts so far being worse than nothing.  Up … Continue reading

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The Mind Robber

When an actor was ill, what could be done? In this fantasy world, let’s have some fun! Losing our Jamie would be such a waste, So we’ll sort it all out by changing his face! I need to start this … Continue reading

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