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Administrator - Posted on 20 November 2009
1968's classic science fiction film, 2001: A Space Odyssey meets Doctor Who: Wheel in Space of the same year. Classic stuff.
According to the YouTube description by TardisTimegirl, it was made in Lightwave by Steve Skinner.
If only Dreamland had been done by the same animator, bit might actually be watchable.
Enter: The Conquering Chicken
I finally got around to check this video out. My goodness this is soooo good! Looks like I was already beat to the punch, but why oh why couldn't Dreamland have looked as good as this?
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It even has good re-watch value to me as I find myself coming back and re-watching it from time to time.
That was great but I dont' get how the Doctor became a star child but does it matter? Perhaps the star child should have been...uh oh...Adric!
The Guardian in the UK has selected the video for a YouChose video. They have listed as "Who's the Boss?"
There are two other videos with this one on the web page. It is in the technology section of the site.
Here is the link to the videos at the Guardian:
Congratulations to TardisTimegirl for the recognition and the added exposure this will bring to her.
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