Adventures in Time and Space TARDIS set

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  1. Atticus

    Atticus Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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  2. StCoop

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    Green Console - Thumbs Up!
    No "Big Thing" Hanging Over The Console - Thumbs Down!
    No Photo Wall - Thumbs Down! (Though that does make it easier to use in another production...)
     
  3. Samurai8472

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    Screw series 8! Let's just redo the 1st and 2nd doctor stories. It shouldn't take more than 6 to 7 years if they copy the production to a "T"
     
  4. Turbo

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    That's a fantastic recreation.

    Oh man. Maybe they could use this in a certain other production? Maybe?
     
  5. Christopher

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    Well, that would be one way to deal with the missing-episode problem...

    Oh, and the name of the film is actually An Adventure in Space and Time, which I believe was the Radio Times's tagline for the series in its descriptions.
     
  6. StCoop

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    As long as you don't want accuracy.
     
  7. Turbo

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    Am I missing something inaccurate other than the lack of photowall? If it's not accurate, perhaps I should say "fantastic interpretation" instead.
     
  8. diankra

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    Oh, that's an interesting point, Christopher: An Adventure in Time and Space was I think the wording used in Radio Times, whereas An Adventure in Space and Time was the title of the story-by-story fanzine about the early days in the series which later became IN-Vision. Irritatingly, I can't remember which way round is which, and my old Space and Time issues are stuck on a shelf I can't get at easily...
     
  9. StCoop

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    The non-photographic roundels are wrong too. (And while they've got the Doctor, Ian & Barbara in the right clothes, Susan's are completely different.)

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  10. Iamnotspock

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    Carole Ann Ford's costume is accurate to the original pilot recording, which would seem to be what is being represented here.
     
  11. Candlelight

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    This is gonna be so much better than Moffat's attempt for an anniversary special.
     
  12. Iamnotspock

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    Which we know nothing about.
     
  13. The Wormhole

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    We know it's in 3D which makes it teh evil. :evil:
     
  14. Candlelight

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    And it features all living Doctors. Somehow.

    And it's called Golden Nemesis.
     
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  18. Timofnine

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    Great that they can re use the sets for the anniversary episodes of the actual series :p
     
  19. Christopher

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    I doubt that. Presumably these are sets designed to look like low-budget sets constructed in the 1960s, and wouldn't have the level of detail necessary to be convincing as "real" TARDIS interiors or locations in a modern Doctor Who production.
     
  20. diankra

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    Pity that none of those pics gives us a view of the time rotor: from talking to fan replica builders, that's the really tricky bit of the original console to get right!