|Catalogue number||BBCDVD 3380A|
|Title||Doctor Who - The gunfighters|
|Cover condition||Near mint|
|Record condition||Near mint|
|BBC records label code||-|
|Distributed / printed by||2 entertain|
|Country of origin||UK|
|Media genre||Dramas - Sci-fi|
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|Run-off codes / Shop bar codes||A0101786680-B911 03 IFPI L556 Sony DADC|
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TracksBelow is a list of tracks for this release.
|Side & track||Track and Artist||Length|
|A1||A holiday for The Doctor||23.48|
|A2||Don't shoot the pianist||23.47|
|A4||The OK Corral||23.53|
|A5||The end of the line||43.27|
|A6||Tomorrow's Times - The First Doctor - Contemporary news coverage of the William Hartnell era||14.16|
|A8||Radio Times billings [PDF]|
|A9||Coming soon - Paradise Towers||1.20|
|Total length of media 2:38:42.|
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|Guest rating||Current average value is 3. |
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Extra notes on cover, middle (gatefold sleeve) and any inserts
William Hartnell (First Doctor)
Peter Purves (Steven Taylor)
Jackie Lane (Dodo Chaplet)
John Alderson - Marshal Wyatt Earp
Martyn Huntley - Warren Earp
Victor Carin - Virgil Earp
Richard Beale - Bat Masterson
Anthony Jacobs - Doc Holliday
Reed De Rouen - Pa Clanton
William Hurndell - Ike Clanton
Maurice Good - Phineas Clanton
David Cole - Billy Clanton
Sheena Marshe - Kate
Laurence Payne - Johnny Ringo
Shane Rimmer - Seth Harper
David Graham - Charlie
Tombstone, Arizona, 1881. The air is filled with the sounds of shooting, cussing, and toe-tapping tunes knocked out on the battered piano at the Last Chance Saloon. And then there is something less familiar: the wheezing, groaning sound of a police box materialising.
The Doctor and his companions aren't only newcomers in town. The Clanton brothers have ridden in to settle a grudge with Doc Holliday, the notorious gambler, drinker, and dentist. In the Wild West, tempers are short, guns are swift, and a moment's hesitation on the draw can mean death ...
The Gunfighters is in some ways the most ambitious story Doctor Who ever attempted; a Western with a mostly British cast, recorded in a tiny television studio. Broadcast in 1966, the same year The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly hit cinemas, it shared the Sergio Leone movie's cheerful cynicism about American frontier myths. It did not, however, share its budget.
Without access to the grand vistas that form the usual western backdrop, The Gunfighters finds its strength in a witty, well-written script by Donald Cotton. The production exudes an irresistable sense of fun. Steven and Dodo's glee in choosing their costumes and Western aliases resembles that of children raiding the dressing-up box; and William Hartnell gets the opportunity ton show off the comic skills which got him noticed as an actor at the beginning of his career.
As it turned out, The Gunfighters had a surprising legacy. Anthony Jacobs, who played Doc Holliday, was visited on set by his young son, Matthew. This event made a lasting impression. Thirty years later, when the Doctor returned to the United States for Doctor Who The Movie, a grown-up Matthew Jacobs wrote the script. In one of the pivotal scenes, the newly-regenerated Doctor searches for an outfit. After dismissing several options, he finds just the thing. It is a Wyatt Earp costume ...
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