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been preparing aren’t quite ready for publication just yet, but more importantly, the new season of “real” Doctor Who has recently debuted on the BBC (and BBC-America) after quite a long hiatus, bringing with it a whole new set of lead actors, new production team, and lots of other bits and pieces that have got the rabid fanboys (like me) all distracted and excited. As a result, I have let my duties here slide a bit, but resolve to keep such distractions to a minimum in the future! Taking a cue from Mr. Christopher Moshier himself, I thought I’d do a piece on some of the more notable “unfinished” or lost Who fan films – some of these titles are legendary among fans, while others are relatively unknown. But all were intriguing enough for one reason or another that you can’t help but wish they’d gotten finished, one way or another.

5. DEPTHS (Broken Biscuit Productions) – The only fan film I’m aware of to use the Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston in the BBC series), this appeared only as a
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trailer, which featured only a small amount of actual footage, a brief clip of the Doctor (Matthew J. Watts) emerging from the TARDIS. The trailer bore a release slated of Autumn 2006, but it never materialized. It was planned as a six-part adventure, and publicity photos released at the time also featured a very attractive companion, played by Emily Brown. But apparently there were multiple problems with planned locations, and only a portion of the video was ever filmed. A pity, as the full-sized TARDIS prop was impressive, and it would have been lovely to actually have a Ninth Doctor fan film — the advent of Tennant soon became the permanent iconography of the series, and no one bothered to emulate the Eccleston Doctor once DT had taken over the role.

4. TIME AND THE DOCTORS (DAM Productions) – The usually quite prolific team of David Nagel and Matthew Chambers aren’t the type of fan filmmakers to let a production go unfinished; in addition to their amusing Chimera, they’ve also produced dozens of Who-related audio plays, and the delightful charity video Pudsai which brought together many fan-Doctors in the same production. But Time and the Doctors was the one that got away — a lyrical and cosmic story of the regeneration from the Nagel Doctor to the Chambers version, this was also planned to be the debut of Miss Samantha Thornley as the companion Sammy. Young Sammy has since gone on to become Mrs. Nagel, and has appeared in a couple of DAM audio productions. According to David Nagel: “The real reason it was abandoned was because I wasn’t happy with how short the film was; filming
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online as an archive piece, and stresses that he no longer considers this “canon” for the Nagel/Chambers regeneration. “TatD has been replaced by a bigger, better, more substantial plot, but only involving the one Doctor, until the regeneration.” The evocative black-and-white trailer features a lovely and haunting piano arrangement of the famous theme tune (by Anthony Perry), and some nifty phase-shifting effects, but is available only as a low-res file from the early days of the century.

3. THE CHURCHTOWN INCIDENT (Timebase Productions) – Timebase is one of the most respected names in Doctor Who fan filmdom, but their last two productions bear the stigma of never having been formally released. The Hidden Face, at least, was largely completed and a rough assembly played at several conventions in the early 2000s. But The Churchtown Incident remains legendary as the great “lost” Timebase film. It told the story of an idyllic semi-industrial planet being invaded by the war-like Sontarans, who are using the natives as guinea pigs for alien implants. Featuring Rupert Booth and Deborah Reilly as the Doctor and Amaryllis, only
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replacing of lead actor Dennis Kuhn with Paul Christopher (making this the first fan film in which the Doctor and the Master were played by the same actor, an intriguing notion that never quite came to fruition), and logistical problems exacerbated by director Ryan Thorson’s imminent entry into the military. As with Churchtown, only about half of the script was ever filmed, and the video’s renown is based on production photos, artwork, and a brief trailer that was featured on the long-since-vanished website. The forthcoming Special Edition DVD of Time and Again also features a couple of brief clips from Time Stalkers, but like Churchtown, there’s very little hope of this one ever being completed, and the project remains a sore spot for just about everyone involved.

1.DEVIOUS – (Devious Productions) Easily the most famous and infamous “unfinished” Doctor Who vid, the Devious gang still maintain that the epic fan video will be finished someday soon, even though it has been in production for more than fifteen years at this point. Patterned after the old six-part serials, this tells of an “interim” Doctor set between the second and third incarnations,
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probably preserve its status as the #1 “unseen” Who fan vid of all time. YouTube Preview Image JE Smith is a forty-something guy living in the wilds of Texas, USA, who loves Doctor Who and loves fan films. He is currently a writer of film and DVD reviews for the media website Pop Syndicate, and is contemplating making his own DW fan film in the near future.

  • http://www.doctorstew.com Kevin Karstens

    Greetings!

    My name is Kevin Karstens, I am a cartoonist/illustrator and a massive Whovian.

    I stumbled across your podcasts for Doctor Who fan films, knew I had to drop you a line to get your take on a fully animated Who fan series I have created…’Doctor Stew’.

    Originally, it was a marriage of Family Guy and Doctor Who (we produced two full episodes, and had a third 80% finished when FOX had a hissy fit and shut us down, even tho we were 100% profit free)…we had been mentioned in everything from the Official Doctor Who magazine to the DWO-Whocast and received praise from the head writer of MAD magazine (Dick DeBartolo) but it wasn’t enough to match the wrath of FOX…so now I have the eps posted somewhat privately:

    EPISODE TWO: ‘Whole Buncha Doctors':

    http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=2414714923851

    …but we enjoyed what we were doing so much, we decided to revamp the series to depict all original characters I have created…

    http://www.facebook.com/OfficialDoctorStew

    …any way, I would love to hear what an obvious Who expert such as yourself thinks of our fan efforts….thanks, and keep up the great Who fan work/podcasts!

    -K

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  • Paul Ferry

    This is a great feature on unfinished fanvids. However, as the writer of Timebase’s Churchtown Incident, I’d like to stress that it was a clash of personalities among cast and crew that led to the abandonment of the project and not any problem with the script. I was asked to include extra material, but if anyone had a problem with my script at the time, they certainly never said anything to me about it.

    Paul :)

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