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Solid choice. May I ask what becomes of Tom Baker and Davison's careers in this TL? And what's Lane's costume from?It's true that Paul McGann was being sought for the original remake idea, but I don't think he's going to make time for Doctor Who now that he's the new James Bond.
I wonder if Tony Danza was even aware of this happening. Like, the image in my head is that he had no idea, and all of this was going on while he was taking a nap.TONY DANZA IS THE DOCTOR
- Banana Split fanzine, Spring 1995
__________________CBS wanted Tony Danza. The BBC wanted anyone they thought people would watch. I didn't not want Tony Danza, but he had a star power at that time that would probably overpower Doctor Who. I tried to guide CBS in other directions.
- Philip Segal, Regeneration - The Story Behind The Revival of a Television Legend, 2000
__________________TONY DANZA IS NOT THE DOCTOR
- Doctor Who Magazine, March 1995
So far, I haven't given a great deal of thought to the first question. I do allude to Tom playing Gabriel Baine's archenemy Lord St John Giordano and going on to play Max Carrados in a series on ITV. Nathan Lane's costume is from an episode of Modern Family, playing his semi-regular supporting role as Pepper Saltzman.Solid choice. May I ask what becomes of Tom Baker and Davison's careers in this TL? And what's Lane's costume from?
A little bit of frippery. As you may have seen in an earlier post, I customized an action figure to be the Delgado Third. I finally cut a chunk out of the figure so that his height roughly matched the first two. Depending which sources you look at, he would have actually been the shortest of the first three Doctors. The perspective introduced by the phone camera lens doesn't make it look like it, but he's now the same height as the other two.
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