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Moment of Who: Experience Every Doctor Who Episode from 1963 to Now in Under 10 Minutes

YouTuber Babelcolour assembled a mighty tribute to science fiction drama on television. Anything that promotes the wonder of Who is aces in our book. While watching we noticed the subtle changes in the show’s style over the almost 50 years of its history.

The 2nd Doctor’s Who-mobile(we’re not kidding) was especially striking. And by ‘striking’ we mean ‘a bit silly.’ The 70s were crazy as hell.

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Actor, Leslie Nielsen (1926 – 2010)

His work brought smiles to the world when smiles were needed most.

Below is a great scene from Dracula: Dead and Loving It(thanks to @bekka_black) and a masterful montage of his work over the years.

He said of his work that “I have no interest in doing anything important.” He perhaps stretched the joke by publishing an autobiography in 1993, The Naked Truth, which included comic fabrications such as two Academy Awards and an affair with Elizabeth Taylor. He actually did attract two Emmy nominations, however, but failed to win on either occasion.

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John Hughes (1950 – 2009)

John Hughes, thanks for the memories.

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