Friday, October 11, 2013

Doctor Who hide and seek champion found!

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW LOST DOCTOR WHO EPISODES WERE RETURNED


Cool infographic I found on my daily Doctor Who rummaging through time and space, and the internet.

Check it out after the Jump!





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What did you think of the infographic?  Are you excited that more Classic Who is in your grasp?


24 comments:

  1. Bruce Campbell found one? Now that is just too awesome.

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  2. I'd be more excited if I'd ever seen any episodes.

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  3. This is the most exciting thing to happen to Who fans in years.

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  4. I will come to your house, and put toothpicks in your eye lids, and force you to watch all 50 years of Doctor Who:Clockwork Orange style!
    Then we can talk about how the Tigers did this year. :)

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  5. I want a complete Dalek boxset with every Dalek episode from The Daleks to Day Of The Doctor!

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  6. So glad Star Trek didn't have to worry about this.

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  7. The BBC just didn't have the wherewithal to keep all of them.
    It is nice to grow up in the states and most things are still readily available.,

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  8. Gary Philip PennickOctober 11, 2013 at 9:29 PM

    Hi David,

    And those Dr. Who episodes found in Nigeria, have been a major news story on BBC radio 5 Live, all of yesterday.



    Gary aka klahanie....

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  9. It will be nice to see The Web of Fear!
    I have not seen much of Patrick Troughton's second Doctor.

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  10. I'm super excited that more episodes have been found. Crazy some of the places they went to. (And loved the infographic!)

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  11. How cool! They sound excellent. My dad used to watch Who way back in the 80s when I was a kid, but I didn't really start following it til this millennium. STill, I'd love to go back and watch those old ones now!

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  12. I watched it in the 80's as a kid, so I guess that is why I am a fanatic!

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  13. This is pretty amazing! I love all the stories--definitely worthy of a episode themselves :)

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  14. Looking forward to seeing them!
    From what I can tell The Enemy of The World is a James Bond type episode.

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  15. I'm a Dr. Who superfan and this is fantastic news! Love the adventures of each episode...some great journeys.

    Tina
    @ Life
    is Good

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  16. I keep waiting to hear the sound of the TARDIS, and to run toward it...
    then I wake up...

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  17. I'm so far behind on TV watching most of the episodes are new to me. Still it's good to know there are more waiting when the kids grow up a little and we can watch more than cartoons.

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  18. 50 years is a long time!
    I have a collection (mainly VHS) that span just a fragment of the WHO spectrum!

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  19. It is a shame that so much BBC entertainment is lost or was recorded over because of budget concerns.

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  20. I just wish it was available on more than i-Tunes.
    I will have to wait till it is on DVD, I don't support Apple, unless it is in a nice scrumptious pie!

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  21. I know all Dr. Who fans are delighted. If the hinted-at "last" Travis McGee novel were discovered, I know it would be the same kind of joy for John D. MacDonald fans.

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  22. It is kinda sad to think of all the different manuscripts lost to time.

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  23. Cool. I'm glad they're surfacing.

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