Questions a tad off?

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Questions a tad off?

Postby The Cloaked One on July 8th, 2011, 8:16 pm

Many times, you have described Doctor Who as being a fond memory so much so that you have returned to be with your fans. However, many of the questions asked by us fans, tend to get the bitter end of your bitter sweet memories since some do not go back and look at already answered questions. The constant reminder that you do not watch your own episodes, the way you describe yourself during the tenure as being an obstacle. As a fan, I don't intend to force you to recollect what you disliked, what questions could be used to get more at your happy days and the moments that made you smile? We're here to celebrate the good and great times and you're absolutely included. XD
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Re: Questions a tad off?

Postby Tom Baker on July 18th, 2011, 12:06 pm

Dear Cloak,

But it can't be all good times. There was some very creative tension in rehearsal and I was not always tactful in my reservations.

But there was method in my not wanting to watch myself as Doctor Who. It wasn't because I didn't love the series, it was because - unlike my viewers - it was impossible for me to see or judge it objectively. I may not have been happy with the way it was edited and it might have affected my performance. I lived the part - I didn't want to spoil that freshness by watching myself do it.

I think my happiest days were with PHilip Hinchcliffe. He was so young and glamourous - and so intelligent. He still is!

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