MagnusGreel wrote:whotothecore wrote:HI Magnusgreel. Wow! You've suprised me there regarding the lack of DR Who Toys your area. We are fairly lucky In Swansea because there's a Toy R Us Store oozing with DR Who Goodies about 2 miles from my home , There are numerous Tesco's stores also selling Toys and of course a Forbidden planet store in Cardiff. I mainly order from Forbidden Planet London as they are the only ones that ships items out unlike our capital Cardiff . Yes! I know what you mean when it come to having a real Tardis, I'd also do the same and stop myself from destroying my 1976 Tardis and tell myself that Mr Cyberman's gone bye, bye to put the Tardis down like a good boy, ruffle my hair and tell myself to keep all the packaging safe in the attic and there's 50p in it for you . Also I would also stop the BBC from Scrapping all the now lost Dr Who episodes of Hartnell &Troughton by de materialising my Tardis into the BBC's archive, creep stealth like into the store room at the time of the junking of all the classic episodes , Locate the fool who's about to scrap them, slip a mickey finn into his or her steaming mug of tea then would make a quick exit into my Tardis whilst clicking my heels , screaming yippee .
That would be great as I would love to see more Troughton episodes. I've only seen the Mind Robber, Tomb of the Cybermen, Seeds of Death, Dominators and War Games. Two/Three/Five Doctors as well. He's already my fourth favorite Doctor with only those to go on, behind Tom, John, & Matt. But Fourth Heir has a point, you'd need to go back in time, steal them and sell them in the present or else we never would've missed them. Hmn, maybe that's where they went- I could see a time traveller from the future being interested in Doctor Who.
Hi Magnusgreel! It's a pity that Most of Trougtons episodes are gone , especially the transformation Sequence from himself to Pertwee although I think part of that does scene still exsist as it was given to the folks Blue Peter in the 1960's to shown on one of it's DR who features and was kept and not scrapped like the final Troughton episode by the BBC containing this piece of Dr Who Gold . I think over 108 episodes have been wiped by the BBC to date including some of the best episodes such as the appearance of the Abominable Snowmen " Filmed In the mountains of Snowdonia , Wales" , The Underwater Menace & the Macra Terror plus many more . Hopefully one day the BBC will either use CGI or more cartoon animation for missing episodes like they did for the Troughton story Invasion and bring back to life this classic episodes currently in stasis at the BBC archive . Talking about the dangers of interferring with time , I say bugger to that Firstly I'd do all what I said in my last message and more. I would attempt to save Dear Roder Delgardo from his untimely death on location in Greece by cancelling the comedy movie he was on location to shoot in 1973 which would then enable Pertwee to continue as the Dr for a couple of years more, then I would engineering Pertwee's heroic exit as Dr Who thus keeping the space time continum complete in order to lay the Way for his excellent character Worzle Gummage to be born hence opening the Door for the great man himself Tom Baker" Slightly later than anticipated" to become the fourth Dr thus stopping him playing that Dirty un Dr Who like priest roll in the TV series of the " life and times of a shedevil" in order to maintain the Who lineage upto the present Dr Matt Smith who would be starting his roll in about two years time, Give or take a year