I wish I'd kept that issue of DWM. All I can remember them saying is that Warris Hussain didn't order snaps from the episode he didn't direct.(Did that mean that John Cura knew in advance that WH at least wouldn't want any? Would he have taken them anyway,or did they have to be pre-ordered?).
I believe it was said that time-pressure on WH led to a delay in the telesnaps being forwarded.Were there any objections from cast members,or wouldn't they count? I don't know what rights issues would apply but am guessing the BBC,but not Cura's estate would be involved,if anyone was.
All I can remember them saying is that Warris Hussain didn't order snaps from the episode he didn't direct.(Did that mean that John Cura knew in advance that WH at least wouldn't want any? Would he have taken them anyway,or did they have to be pre-ordered?).
The Doctor Who production team paid for the Tele-Snaps to be shot. WH bought his own set.
Marco Polo 4 was apparently Tele-Snapped, and is - according to existing documentation - the only missing episode with known Tele-Snaps missing.
Richard Bignall will correct me if I've got this incorrect.
Post by Simeon D Carter on Feb 28, 2012 19:32:51 GMT
I have just recieved my DWM 347 which includes the Marco Polo telesnaps from Episode 7 and much like DWM 344 (and I am presuming all the other Marco Polo telesnap issues) it only publishes 62 of the images.
Have the 'missing' images ever been published anyware before? Were they included in the Marco Polo recon on The Beginning Boxset? If they have been published then where? And if they haven't been published is it likely they will be in the near future?
The complete list therefore of existing episode telesnaps they published is:
The Crusade (1, 3) The Underwater Menace (3 - though 2 is now also existing of course) The Moonbase (2, 4) The Faceless Ones (1, 3) The Evil of the Daleks (2) The Abominable Snowmen (2) The Ice Warriors (1, 4-6) The Enemy of the World (3) The Web of Fear (1) The Wheel in Space (3, 6)
Seventeen existing episodes at the time of publication.
There are telesnaps for the warmachines which is still missing footage too.
I hadn't thought of this but that is a very good point. Have these images ever been published? I am presuming that the images from The Time Meddler are still held by George Gallaccio and those from The War Machines are probably still held at the DWM offices and photocopies may still be held by Stephen James Walker. However I am not certain on these facts.
The last Tele-Snap find was Marco Polo in 2003/2004. Wiped was published in 2010.
At least six episodes of The Daleks were snapped, but only four of them are known to exist, from Christopher Barry's collection (incidentally I only know of three of these, if anyone can tell me the fourth I'd appreciate it).
Documentation indicates The Web Planet was snapped but they are currently missing (which is a moot point because the episodes exist).
No Tele-Snaps have been found for The Dalek Invasion of Earth, but then (I believe) no documentation exists to say either way.