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Five Doctors Who and Tom Baker [message #59353] Wed, 08 May 2013 18:10
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Date: Tue, 29-Nov-83 17:36:27 EST
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Posted: Tue Nov 29 17:36:27 1983
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   This item is only designed to answer the question raised about Tom Baker's
 participation in the 20th anniversary episode called the Five Doctors Who.

   Several months ago, Tom Baker was in Chicago attending a local Dr. Who
 convention.  He was on his way to Hollywood seeking employment
 (unsuccessfully).  Baker was interviewed by someone from the Chicago Tribune
 about his career, and some mention was made about his personal life.  Anyway,
 Baker was asked if he planned on appearing in the upcoming special episode of
 Dr. Who.  Baker said that he did not intend on appearing for the special
 episode, and that the studio had enough clips and outtakes to satisfy their
 purposes.

   In summary, Baker did not put in an appearance for the Five Doctors Who, and
 clips or outtakes were used in the episode.

   'Nough said.
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                                    Patrick Wyant
                                    AT&T Bell Laboratories (Naperville, IL)
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