Tuesday, November 28, 2000

 
Morris Barry, who directed one of my favorite Doctor Who stories, The Tomb of the Cybermen recently passed away. Since he introduced the video release in the early 1990s, I recognized him and he was less anonymous than many of the other directors of the series.

One of the saddest things about being a Doctor Who fan these days is that more and more of the people involved with the TV series are passing on and getting older. And there aren't really quite the new faces to replace them --- while the book authors have moved on to some other high profile things, except for League of Gentlemen, most of them don't make it over here.

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