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|Entertainment - Television|
|Thursday, 12 July 2012 01:45|
Who can forget his hat or extra long multicolored scarf? Tom Baker, the fourth Doctor, which raised its character to the category of myth and took whovians the hearts of several generations. Baker was, until the arrival of David Tennant, DR, and with capitals, played the character from 1974 to 1981 and now returns to the TARDIS with Matt Smith, the current Doctor, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the series.
Having Baker for the anniversary is a master stroke, according to sources close to the series:
The idea of seeing Baker, 78, along with Smith, the youngest player in taking the role, makes me smile, but would be happier if that combination of talent could add the name of David Tennant you still have time for that? I hope so. What do you think of together all the living Doctors? Unfortunately Christopher Eccleston, the ninth Doctor, has sworn in more than one occasion that he will not participate in anything related to Doctor Who.
Baker, however, knows that owes much to the series and fans:
Nice words for many years but Baker said that Doctor Who had ruined his career as an interpreter, who had pigeonholed into certain types of paper and the weight of fame sometimes was too much, yet also recognized that give life to the Lord Time was the most beautiful work I had. In 1983 marked the twentieth anniversary of the series, Baker refused to participate.
What will we see on the fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who? Moffat and his team loose garment and rumor points to Matt Smith say goodbye to the series, but they are only rumors. What is certain is that it will be something epic and wonderful. Impatient ¿? I much.