What Role Did The 9Th Doctor Play?
Hint .I also question the necessity of adding the war doctor to the line of doctors. i wonder if the script was written with the idea eccleston’s 9th doctor would play the john hurt role. i kept wondering why david tennant was in the episode.
Now, he didn't press the button because the helpless bloodthirsty merciless time lords, on the verge of defeat, have to be saved under the hope of a better day in the future.i also question the necessity of adding the war doctor to the line of doctors possibly requiring a re-con of doctor's lives. i wonder if the script was written with the idea eccleston's 9th doctor would play the john hurt role, prior to eccleston turning it down, which would make more sense. or, alternatively, casting paul mcgann as the last days of the 8th doctor.likewise, i kept wondering why david tennant was there other than to have a multi-doctor episode.Question of
Who Is The War Doctor In The Classic 4Th Doctor Story?
Hint .Review of john hurt as the war doctor in the classic 4th doctor story the brain of morbius. the doctor is regenerated by the sisterhood of karn and becomes the time war doctor. the story is the first time john hurt has appeared in a tv show.
The coup of getting john hurt to be the doctor was fantastic and well worth the required invention of an extra doctor and this little story makes perfect sense as the doctor is on the point of death and is given a choice of regeneration characteristics by the sisterhood of karn who had previously appeared in the classic 4th doctor story the brain of morbius. he realises a different kind of person is required to fight in the time war and so becomes the war doctor. we get a little glimpse of a younger john hurt as the newly regenerated doctor.the excitement of this idea and of showing hurt arrive is matched by the thrill of mcgann getting a tv appearance to follow on from his mostly audio based stories.Question of
Who Was The Eighth Doctor?
Hint .Paul mcgann was the eighth doctor but only appeared in a tv movie back in 1996. he’s made a physical change in 17 years. the webisode is comprehensible to modern fans of the show. the actor acquits himself much better than he did in the movie.
For the reviewer who said that the webisode would be incomprehensible to modern fans, i'm not even a fan and i found it comprehensible. all you really need to know to appreciate it is that paul mcgann was the eighth doctor but only appeared in a tv movie back in 1996.because it's been seventeen years, he's made enough of a physical change for him to look as if he's been hardened or wisened by events. mcgann gets a much better change to acquit himself and remind everybody that he's a very good actor.
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