Unwilling Adventurer

Katie and Claire.

-First Doctor era obsessed, Ian and Barbara worshippers, William Russell devotees,The Adventures of Sir Lancelot fans.

Expect a lot of writing and One era gushing. Feel free to say hi!

"As we learn about each other, so we learn about ourselves."- First Doctor.
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We have been really bad at replying to people lately. Sorry if we seem like we’re ignoring anyone, that isn’t the case, just so you know.

You have so many posts, so apologies if you've discussed it already and I've missed it... but I wondered if you had any thoughts on Richard Hurndall playing the First Doctor in The Five Doctors?
unwillingadventurer unwillingadventurer Said:

No that’s not a problem, we might have talked about it once, can’t really remember. 

We don’t really have any problems with another actor playing him as such, and we think Richard did an alright job and we’d have been sad if the First Doctor was the only one not represented in the Five Doctors, but we’re not really fond of the way he was written in it, very different from how he was most of the time. People always seem to remove the humourous side to the First Doctor and that’s what we really missed from the performance. So we were glad he was included but if they could do the serial again we wish they could improve on his portrayal a bit. There was the odd nice interaction but if your first intro to the First Doctor was this serial, it doesn’t really give a great image of what made him so great. Or maybe we’re just very sensitive to it because we love him so much lol. :)


David Bradley recreates William Hartnell’s Goodbye Susan speech.

An Adventure in Space and Time (2013)

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hi! so just wondering I know you accept writing ideas but I was just wondering would you accept an idea that both did not feature the doctor and was not one era specific. Let me know.
unwillingadventurer unwillingadventurer Said:

We always welcome new ideas! We don’t mind writing other characters, depending on if we know them well enough to do them justice. But yes, feel free to send us ideas and we can always give it a go! :) 

They can’t end it there. What happens next? 

Sabrina (1954)

Sabrina (1954)

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Ian and Barbara in the historicals.

The Magic Sword

Guinevere: Once having known him it becomes quite unthinkable that one could be disloyal to him in any way.

Lancelot: (disappointed) It would be quite impossible.

On one of their first meetings Lancelot and the Queen discuss their loyalties to King Arthur. It’s clear right away that Lancelot and Guinevere are attracted to each other (Episode 1- The Knight with the Red Plume)