Classic Series

Some articles on classic series, classic, series:

Character Options - Doctor Who - Classic Series Action Figures
... Options announced the range would be expanded from August 2008 with a line of Classic Series action figures ... Two sets of three classic Daleks from The Daleks, Planet of the Daleks and Genesis of the Daleks and Saucer Pilot Dalek from ‘Dalek Invasion of Earth’ (1964), an Emperor’s Guard Dalek from ‘Evi ... Also includes red eyes which glow under a light A Cyberman wave, consisting mostly of classic Cybermen, has been released ...
Doctor Who?Yer - Viewership - International
... Kingdom to screen Doctor Who, beginning in September 1964, and continued to screen the series for many years, including the new series from 2005 ... In Canada, the series debuted in January 1965, but the CBC only aired the first 26 episodes ... picked up the show in 1976 beginning with The Three Doctors and aired each series (several years late) through to series 24 in 1991 ...
List Of Unmade Doctor Who Serials And Films - Eighth Doctor - 1990s US Reboot - Leekley Bible
... bible which detailed John Leekley's proposed pilot and episodes of a new series ... The new series would have established a new continuity rather than following on from the classic series, and the bible reused many elements from the classic series ... and several remakes of stories from the classic series, including The Talons of Weng-Chiang, set in New York Earthshock, featuring the "Cybs" (Leekley's ...
Story Arcs In Doctor Who - Classic Series - Fenric
... Main articles Fenric and Cartmel Masterplan See also Dragonfire (Doctor Who), Silver Nemesis, and The Curse of Fenric Fenric is a loose story arc covering Ace's time in the TARDIS with the Doctor from the end of Season 24 to near the end of Season 26 ... It involved a malevolent entity known as Fenric, that was beaten by the Doctor in a game of chess some unknown time in the past and banished to a different dimension ...

Famous quotes containing the words series and/or classic:

    History is nothing but a procession of false Absolutes, a series of temples raised to pretexts, a degradation of the mind before the Improbable.
    E.M. Cioran (b. 1911)

    The great British Library—an immense collection of volumes of all ages and languages, many of which are now forgotten, and most of which are seldom read: one of these sequestered pools of obsolete literature to which modern authors repair, and draw buckets full of classic lore, or “pure English, undefiled” wherewith to swell their own scanty rills of thought.
    Washington Irving (1783–1859)