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Patrick Troughton (1920-1987)


  1. Charles Gray, The Legacy, 1977.  Failing to be Harry Liebnecht, immolated in Jimmy Sangster’s literal horror - with Hollywood leads, of course (Katharine Ross, Sam Elliott) in an English country house, of course - were the obviously much relieved Vaughan, Harry Andrews, Bernard Archard, Peter Cushing, Michael Gough (the future Batman’s man, Alfred), Patrick Troughton (the second Doctor Who, 1966-1969), Peter Vaughan. Plus two Donalds: Houston and Pleasence.  Gray was totally mis-cast. Better German accents would have from the also listed Peter Arne, Anton Diffring, Christopher Lee and Herbert Lom. Elliott (who wed Ross in 1984) warned the Associated Press: “I wouldn’t rush out to see it. It’s about 15 years behind its time.”

  2. Trevor Peacock, The Old Curiosity Shop, TV, 1979.      A heart attack forced the second - 1966-1985 -0 Doctor Who out of the latest BBC classic serial. Peacock took over Daniel Quilp. 

  3. Patrick Stewart, Lifeforce, 1984.   
  4. Aubrey Morris, Lifeforce, 1984. 
  5. Frank Finlay, Lifeforce, 1984.


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