Tom and Troughton

Read guidelines first. Start new topic in September to post your question.

Moderator: Forum Moderator

Forum rules
Start new topic to post your question. One question allowed per member per month. Ask one concise question per post, and please refrain from including information and comments irrelevant to your question.
These questions are for Tom to answer, so please do not be tempted to post a reply to someone else’s question. If you want to make a comment, post it in the Fan Community → About Tom’s Newsletters and Answers to Questions subforum.
Please do your research before asking a question and try not to ask questions which Tom has answered before – either here or in interviews such as the Doctor Who Magazine articles available on this website in the Doctor Who section. If your question is factual, please try googling it first to see if you can find the answer.
Questions about whether Tom will appear at a convention or in a particular programme or film are wasted questions as he cannot talk about any offers in advance, and the moment agreement is reached, he announces the news on his website.

Tom and Troughton

Postby Paul Mc Elvaney on September 7th, 2012, 12:19 pm

Good day, Mr. Baker,

I was unfortunate enough to be born in the early 90's so I was deprived of everyone's favourite Timelord until the series returned in 2005. It wasn't long before I discovered the genius of the Man with the Multi-coloured Scarf and I was instantly entranced by your escapades. Another Doctor I was charmed by was the mischievous Patrick Troughton. I was wondering if you ever met the man and what your impressions of him were? I would imagine the eccentricity would be electric during a meeting between Tom and Troughton! Apologies if you have already answered this question before.

Thanks for your time and all the time-travelling fun!

Paul Mc Elvaney
Posts: 1
Joined: September 7th, 2012, 11:58 am

Re: Tom and Troughton

Postby Tom Baker on October 2nd, 2012, 8:30 pm


I didn't know Patrick though I greatly admired him. He was a wonderful Daniel Quilp in the TV version of The Old Curiosity Shop.

Last year I worked with his son, David.

User avatar
Tom Baker
Site Admin
Posts: 623
Joined: October 27th, 2009, 1:31 pm

Return to Questions for September 2012

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

web design london : pedalo limited   Website and contents copyright © Tom Baker Ltd 2009 except where stated otherwise