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Professor



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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 8:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok. Here goes:

Deep Breath.

Visual:
All the Classic DVD's.
Wartime
Mindgame/Mindgame Trilogy
Auton 1,2,3
Zygon
Airzone Solution (Not actually Who, but has all of them in it)
Shada
Ice Warriors/Reign of Terror/Crusades VHS boxsets
Shakedown
Downtime
Three episodes of The Stranger

Audio:
First season of the Audio Visuals (Nick Briggs Doctor)
Complete BBV on cd
Big Finish 1 to 74
Benny Audios Series 1 - 3
The BF DWM Giveaways
The BF Specials excepting Return of the Krotons/An Earthly Child.
The Spin Offs (All Complete): Unbound, Unit, Dalek War 1,2,3,4, Cyberman, Sarah Jane Smith, Gallifrey, Excelis, 8 and Lucie Miller series 1 + 2.
Complete Kaldor City
Faction Paradox 2, 1 - 4 (of 6)
All the lost stories on BBC Audio. Plus Paradise of Death, Ghosts of N Space
Hornet's Nest 1/2
Cosmic Fugue 2
Slipback
The Pescatons
Earth and Beyond
Moths ate my Doctor Who Scarf (Toby Hadouke)
My Life as a Dalek (Mark Gatiss)
Origins of the Cybermen

Music:
The Five Doctors
Earthshock
The Tenth Planet
BF Music 1
Curse of Fenric
TVM Soundtrack
Space Adventures
Music From Doctor Who

Books: FIction:
Complete Target, including Companions of Doctor Who (Turlough, Harry Sulivan, K9) and printouts of the ebooks of the five missing targets and the TVM Novelisation.
Complete NA's
Complete Benny NA's
Complete MA's
Complete EDA's
Complete PDA's
Complete Telos Novellas
Complete BF Short Trips Hardbacks
Decalogs 1 - 3
Short Trips, More Short Trips, Short Trips and Sidesteps
All Classic Doctor Graphic Novels excluding Cold Day in Hell
Masters of Luxor Script book
Campaign
Time's Champion
Shelf Life
Perfect Timing 2
Missing Pieces
I'm currently awaiting a final price from a prominent member of Telos to purchase his spare copies of Cat Who Walked through Time and Walking in Eternity.
Also hoping to obtain a copy of The Thirteen Crimes of Doctor Who.
Ebook of Myth Makers Retrospective.
Who Killed Kennedy
10 (out of 21) BF Benny Novels, collections
War Games/Tomb Cybermen/Loch Ness Monster/Aztecs in WH Allen Hardback
Doctor Omega (The French Novel about a time travelling Doctor written in the 1900's)

Non Fiction:
Complete DWM individual Doctor Specials
The Doctor Who Fun Book/It's bigger on the inside, Howlett/Quinn
Discontinuity Guide
Nth Doctor
Sixties/Seventies/Eighties
Licence Denied
A History of the Universe
About Time 3
I Who 1/2/3
Cyberman
The Monsters (Adrian Rigelsford)
Illustrated A-Z
The Companions (Howe)
Timeframe
Novel Who
A Teaspoon and an open mind
The Unfolding Text
The completely useless encyclopedia

And I should state, that I only started collecting in summer of 2008.


Wanted:
A Cold Day in Hell
Perfect Timing
Tales of the Solar System
Drabble Who
Lifedeath (Fat chance)
Farewell Great Macedon
Journey through Time
The Annuals
The Monsters (Howe)
The Target Book (Howe)
Faction Paradox Novels
Regeneration
Script Doctor
Ace
Fluid Links

Series 2/3/4 of the AV's
BF's 75 - 130,
The Lost Stories
Cyberman 2
Hornet's Nest 3 - 5

Ghost Light/Greatest Show soundtracks

The Recons
Cyberon
Do you have a licence to save this planet
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 9:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Offhand, I have: every surviving episode of Who and its spin-offs on VHS, DVD or in some cases both; most of the Reeltime and BBV spin-off videos; both movies; every novel from the Virgin and BBC Books ranges and several of the Short Trips, Telos novellas and Decalogs; every issue of DWM (though I haven't read most of the last two years worth), most of the Classic Comics run, all but three of the World Distributors annuals, the K9 annual and a couple of Dalek annuals and Marvel yearbooks; the whole Marvel US run, several of the IDW comics and a disc containing PDFs of every issue of TV21/TV Action, plus a fair few of the old TV Comic issues; about a third of the Target novelisations (I sold most of them several years ago), the Target 'Companions of Doctor Who' series and one of the Sparrow Books k9 series; about a dozen reference books; all the Denys Fisher Who toys from the seventies, except for Leela; a Palitoy talking Dalek (fully functional); four of the large remote control Daleks, five of the small Product Enterprise Daleks (including one of the movie versions] and the Product enterprises fourth Doctor, Cyberleader, Cyberman, K9 and Davros; most of the Dapol range; the first year or so of the Character Options new series range and all the classic figures so far barring two Pertwee variants; a copy of The Colin Baker Years signed by Colin; autographed photos of Colin, Sylv, Caroline John, Sophie Aldred and Lis Sladen; a five foot cardboard Dalek video display stand rescued from an alley behind Woolworths in 1998; several dozen Big Finish audios including the Dalek Empire and Gallifrey series' and some of the Benny Summerfield range; several of the Benny books; the original Genesis of the Daleks LP; several of the early soundtrack releases on cassette; all the soundtracks on CD; a signed copy of Tom's autobiography; a clockwork Dalek (repro); a Louis Marx Dalek (repro); a Cyberman voice changer helmet; a hand knitted, 15ft long scarf which took my wife about a year; a set of Pinnacle US reprints of the Target novelisations; and-for some reason that now escapes me-a ninth Doctor and Slitheen walkie talkie set.

There's probably rather a lot more too, but that's all I can think of right now.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 9:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't you mean:

tony ingram wrote:
Offhand, I have: everything. And then some.
Wink

And you have a wife as well! I'm impressed! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

tony ingram wrote:
Offhand, I have: every surviving episode of Who and its spin-offs on VHS, DVD or in some cases both; most of the Reeltime and BBV spin-off videos; both movies; every novel from the Virgin and BBC Books ranges and several of the Short Trips, Telos novellas and Decalogs; every issue of DWM (though I haven't read most of the last two years worth), most of the Classic Comics run, all but three of the World Distributors annuals, the K9 annual and a couple of Dalek annuals and Marvel yearbooks; the whole Marvel US run, several of the IDW comics and a disc containing PDFs of every issue of TV21/TV Action, plus a fair few of the old TV Comic issues; about a third of the Target novelisations (I sold most of them several years ago), the Target 'Companions of Doctor Who' series and one of the Sparrow Books k9 series; about a dozen reference books; all the Denys Fisher Who toys from the seventies, except for Leela; a Palitoy talking Dalek (fully functional); four of the large remote control Daleks, five of the small Product Enterprise Daleks (including one of the movie versions] and the Product enterprises fourth Doctor, Cyberleader, Cyberman, K9 and Davros; most of the Dapol range; the first year or so of the Character Options new series range and all the classic figures so far barring two Pertwee variants; a copy of The Colin Baker Years signed by Colin; autographed photos of Colin, Sylv, Caroline John, Sophie Aldred and Lis Sladen; a five foot cardboard Dalek video display stand rescued from an alley behind Woolworths in 1998; several dozen Big Finish audios including the Dalek Empire and Gallifrey series' and some of the Benny Summerfield range; several of the Benny books; the original Genesis of the Daleks LP; several of the early soundtrack releases on cassette; all the soundtracks on CD; a signed copy of Tom's autobiography; a clockwork Dalek (repro); a Louis Marx Dalek (repro); a Cyberman voice changer helmet; a hand knitted, 15ft long scarf which took my wife about a year; a set of Pinnacle US reprints of the Target novelisations; and-for some reason that now escapes me-a ninth Doctor and Slitheen walkie talkie set.



There's probably rather a lot more too, but that's all I can think of right now.

Do you keep a spare key under your doormat per chance? Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

moaningmonk wrote:

Do you keep a spare key under your doormat per chance? Smile
Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 9:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

moaningmonk wrote:

Do you keep a spare key under your doormat per chance? Smile
No, I keep it in the kennel of my very large and angry dog. Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

tony ingram wrote:
moaningmonk wrote:

Do you keep a spare key under your doormat per chance? Smile
No, I keep it in the kennel f my very large and angry dog. Cool

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a few pics of my modest collection. Wink








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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fucking hell, Ludders! That's win.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, i really should get out more. Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ludders wrote:
I have a few pics of my modest collection. Wink



But from the outside it looked like an old-fashioned police box.....
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Moderator General wrote:
But from the outside it looked like an old-fashioned police box.....


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

After seeing what Ludders has in the way of goodies, I feel ashamed posting this old pic of my toy cupboard, circa 1981/2.

Oddly, no Doctor Who stuff to be seen...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Grimmers. Wink

I had the Spitfire/Messerschmitt poster too. And do i spy an interceptor from U.F.O. on the bottom shelf? (or something of that ilk?)
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nah, I never had an Interceptor. I think you're seeing Palitoy's die-cast Millenium Falcon, beside the X-Wing.

I loved this.



I think the Spitfire pic was by Roy Cross. Yes, it was. I just googled.
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