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Repainting the Cistine Chapel

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« Reply #20 on: October 23, 2010, 03:24:03 am »

I think the best way of remaking the missing stories is like what they did with "The Invasion" DVD, using animation to represent the actors and sets while using the original soundtrack and voices. That way viewers get to hear the original actors while perhaps upgrading the sets more cost-effectively than having to re-build everything.
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« Reply #21 on: October 23, 2010, 03:48:15 am »

I think the best way of remaking the missing stories is like what they did with "The Invasion" DVD, using animation to represent the actors and sets while using the original soundtrack and voices. That way viewers get to hear the original actors while perhaps upgrading the sets more cost-effectively than having to re-build everything.

This would be a great way!
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« Reply #22 on: October 23, 2010, 04:01:13 am »

I think the best way of remaking the missing stories is like what they did with "The Invasion" DVD, using animation to represent the actors and sets while using the original soundtrack and voices. That way viewers get to hear the original actors while perhaps upgrading the sets more cost-effectively than having to re-build everything.

This would be a great way!

It is a good presentation since all the original audio still exists, so they can put the surviving live action episodes along with animation where the video doesn't exist.  If they animated the missing episodes people would be able to see the visuals, maybe even better than the sets were to begin with due to the low budgets.  I don't know if the BBC are planning more animated DVDs but I did send a reply card to them saying that they should continue this project!
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« Reply #23 on: October 23, 2010, 10:58:44 am »

What is this episode you speak of? Do you have a general plot outline so I can try and make sense of all this? Cheesy

I was thinking, for example, that the Doctor travels back to 1960s London - and due to some wibbly wobbly timey wimey TARDIS malfunction the Doctor crosses his own time line and arrives to witness the Great intelligence take over london at the same time that Doc 2 is trying to help the army defeat the Yeti. Unbeknownst to Doc 2 there is another alien force trying to assist the great intelligence and Doc 11 must help defeat it.

This is taken off the top of my head in 2 mins so I am sure a capable writer given a few months could come up with something much better. But instead of an orthodox multi-doctor story for the 50th anniversary - why not try some clever CGI magic to weave the generations together?

Oh I get you now. I like this idea. It would be such a shame if they marked this anniversary without the presence of all the Doctors
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