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Scream of the Shalka

Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by Dave, Dec 5, 2003.

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    Dave

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    I have been following the story,I think it is quite good.Hard to judge the Doctor,as it's animation.Colin.<*>.
     
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    Dave

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    I've just seen the first four episodes together. It's good if a little short. I thought the animated Doctor looked a little Dracula-like; I'm not sure if that was the idea. I will certainly watch the next two.
     
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    Thanks, Dave, I really enjoyed that! Sure hope I get to see 5 & 6, wanna' know how it comes out. :D

    I really can't compare it to much because all I know are the radio programs I've picked up on BBC7 on the net lately.
     
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    The Doc is very Vampire like! Good story.Colin.<*>.
     
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    Been watching it on BBCi interactive page over the last couple of days.

    Ignoring the awful Anime cartooning, it is a good story that they could flesh out into a proper Dr Who series.

    Dracula like? I would class it more Victorian Gent, because of the long sideburns, than Dracula?

    Wouldn't like to comment about Mr Grant in the role either, excepting; not sure the voice and dialogue went with the character as drawn, it could feel a lot different if he was in the flesh.
     
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