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'The Bells of Saint John' Reviewed Plus News and Feedback in Doctor Who: Podshock 288


By Louis Trapani - Posted on 16 December 2013

Doctor Who: Podshock 288

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 288
Running Time: 1:54:58

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© 2010 Louis Trapani arttrap.com© 2010 Louis Trapani arttrap.comPeter Davison (the 5th Doctor) emerges out of the TARDIS at the Gallifrey One opening ceremony. #gally #DoctorWhoThe first episode of Star Trek aired 45 years ago today (September 8, 1966), titled ‘The Man Trap’ on NBC. It was not the first episode made, nor was it a pilot episode, but the suits at NBC wanted a “monster” and this is that monster, a salt-sucking creature, the last of its kind. This was taken with the original iPhone in 2008 in Las Vegas just a couple weeks before they closed ‘The Star Trek Experience’

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My personal thoughts on the 45th anniversary in my blog post here: arttrap.com/node/605

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