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The menu on the right will expand as we add more images to this archive. Of great interest to us is the recent discovery by Arthur of some photos and slides he has taken for us over the years. His shots from October 1991 show our first filming sessions for the "Imberhorne" scene featuring a cast of thirty or so!

below is a slideshow showing some as yet unpublished images from our first day of filming at Devil's Dyke near Brighton for the "Imberhorne" scene - if you click on the images they will display in a larger format allowing you to scroll through them...

The Real Doctor

OK so if Tony Garner is the Interim or 2½th Doctor you'd expect to see pictures of him on this site - but what about the other Doctors? Various members of the Devious Team have had their photos with the real Doctors over the years - with Stephen being the expert! We think he's had his picture taken with the most. Now it's not a competition, and these pictures are just shown here for the fun of it.

Starting from the earliest we must include Jon Pertwee of course...

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The pics menu will expand as we add more images to this archive. Of great interest to us is the recent discovery by Arthur of some photos and slides he has taken for us over the years. His shots from October 1991 show our first filming sessions for the "Imberhorne" scene featuring a cast of thirty or so!

Randomly from the archive here's the Claw Dalek in a scene shot March 2005 - David's reflection shows rather well in these walls...

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A miscellaneous montage...

Now all you amateur Dr Who film-makers out there - how many of you spend too long on the opening credits and effects and not enough time afterwards??? We've spend years on the production and one evening on a quick title sequence... (Who said it looked better than the footage?????!!!)

 

Amber, Phillip and Bradley discuss their course of action whilst overlooking Imberhorne's encampment...

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