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Do You Have a License to Save this Planet?

UK 2001
produced by
Bill Baggs for BBV
directed by Bill Baggs
starring Sylvester McCoy, Mark Donovan, Nigel Fairs, Jo Castleton, Nigel Peever, Gareth Preston, Rupert Booth, Phillip Robinson, Paul Griggs, Paul Ebbs (voice), Steve Johnson (voice)
written by Paul Ebbs, Gareth Preston, Autons and Sontarans created by Robert Holmes, visual effects by Steve Johnson

featurette
Sontarans, Autons, Cyberons, Doctor Who spin-off

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ok, so my synopsis doesn't make much sense, but I guess it wouldn't since teh humour of this story is only comprehensible for those familiar with TV's Doctor Who, BBV's series of Doctor Who spin-offs, and the licensing maze one might have to pass through wanting to produce a legitimate Doctor Who-based show (which doesn't start or end with getting a license from the BBC).

If you have no clue what I'm talking about now, then this featurette is definitely not for you, but if you do, then let me tell you, this film isn't half bad. I wouldn't say it's great, probably, but it does feature a few pretty good jokes (while others are not so good), and Sylvester McCoy has a grand time spoofing his own signature role. It's definitely worth at least a look - provided you have all the advance knowledge that is ...

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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