RE: Is the pilot found?

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Yeah! Wow! That's like finding the Holy Grail of TOL episodes! Hopefully
the BBC will release that on DVD one day soon. (Not that it would do us Yanks
any good as it's nigh on impossible to get hold of any TOL DVDs on this
side of the pond.)

Also, just below the listing of TOL, did anyone notice the photo of Bernard
Cribbins in a still from "Charlie's Aunt" (1961)? (He was the policeman in
the Peter Cushing "Doctor Who: Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD", and then
Wilfred Mott, Donna Noble's grandad in David Tennant's final 'series' of the
"New Who".) I know this is a bit off topic – OK, way off topic – but it
makes me wonder how many missing "Doctor Who" episodes are in that Library of
Congress. (All packed away in that box next to the Ark of the Covenant, no

P.S. Hey, Linda! I saw "Uncle Chuck" (Jr.) the other day and we had a nice
chat, and talked about how small this planet really is!

In a message dated 2/14/2011 3:51:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, writes:

I had a look at IMDB, and found something about the long lost pilot:


Anyone in US able to have a look?



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