I would likely opt for something interesting from episode 6 of abominable snowmen. Some of the bits that don't have much visual representation via telesnaps etc.
I have always suspected, perhaps in error, that there would have been some sections of fury that would feature trippy camerawork or editing (think the clip with Oak and Quill). I would like to see more of this to see if this is the case, but without having seen it, it is kinda hard to say which bits................
My interest in DW stems from one of nostalgia, a fascination for how much I can remember from such a young age, and so my preference would always be to view a clip that I can specifically recall. The earliest are from Evil, so it would be either the Tardis being driven off and D&J hiding behind those petrol pumps, or Jamie wrestling with Kemel and establishing that he can't speak.
Post by Jaspal Cheema on Apr 28, 2016 19:51:22 GMT
In my opinion it has to be the first few faltering moments of Troughton's Doctor from episode 1 of Power.Such a powerful and classic scene and must have been startling when seen in context after Hartnell's tenure and the regeneration scene from The Tenth Planet.
I know there are better clips out there, but I would love to see Jamie and Victoria saying goodbye to each other in Fury from the Deep episode 6. Sounds great and really emotional on audio...
Also Sara's death in The Daleks' Master Plan episode 12 and The Sand Storm from Marco Polo episode 2 would be nice to have, and not forgetting the Dalek production line scene in The Power of the Daleks episode four.
This is a cool question. I have a several, although most were mentioned above:
1. "Mighty Kublai Khan": The backgammon betting. 2. "The Horse of Destruction": Cassandra being dragged away by the Trojans - did they give any implication of Cassandra becoming what is politely called a "concubine" of Agamemnon (the modern term is sex slave)? 3. "Traitors": The entire scene with the death of Katarina. 4. "The Destruction of Time": The sequence with the Time Destructor that includes the death of Sara Kingdom. 5. "Bell of Doom": The Doctor lecturing the audience. 6. "The Savages", Episode 4: The performance of Frederick Jaeger of Hartnell. 7. "The Power of the Daleks", Episode One: The entirety until the Doctor, Polly, and Ben leave the TARDIS. 8. "The Power of the Daleks", Episode Two: "I am your servant!" 9. "The Power of the Daleks", Episode Four: The Dalek assembly line. 10. "The Macra Terror", Episode 2: The death of the real controller. 11. "The Evil of the Daleks", Episode 6: The entire sequence with "trains" in it. 12. "The Evil of the Daleks", Episode 7: Maxtible with The Dalek Factor. 13. "The Evil of the Daleks", Episode 7: The end of the Dalek city on Skaro. 15. "Fury from the Deep", Episode 6: The effect of Victoria's screams on the Weed. 15. "Fury from the Deep", Episode 6: The Doctor and Jamie leaving Victoria.
I have speculated about that one myself quite a few times.
You and me both, mate.
I have a feeling though; like 'Tomb of the Cybermen', it may be far better in our imaginations than what we would see on-screen.
Ooh, I have a feeling our opinions diverge at that point mate! I have held tomb as a classic since I first saw it in 1992 to present day. I can't really fault it much; low budget and of it's time, but a great, fun bit of television
Fury, I suspect I would enjoy equally; I think it may have dragged a little in a couple of places due to it's six episode run time, but given the chance to see it, I suspect it would have been atmospheric and generally more killer than filler.
Post by Jaspal Cheema on Apr 30, 2016 20:08:12 GMT
I would also love to see the actual introduction of Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart in episode 3 of Web Of Fear.A scene so cruelly taken from us by someone in Jos.Surely one of the most important introductions in Dr Who history....