Tagged Philip Madoc

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How the Whoniverse Got Smaller in 2012

It’s sad to recall, but we lost some pretty special people from the world of Doctor Who in 2012. Companions, regular guest actors, alternate incarnations of the Doctor, behind the scenes artists and even guest personalities who weren’t recognised as actors all passed away. Let’s take this opportunity to remember them once more. Caroline John…

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The Krotons

Another month another monochrome adventure for the Doctor and his companions and like most black and white serials this one has a rather chequered relationship with fans even though it was the first to come from the pen of Doctor Who legend Robert Holmes. When the TARDIS arrives on the planet of the Gonds, the…

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The Krotons on DVD!

Starring Patrick Troughton, Fraser Hines and Wendy Padbury as the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe, The Krotons is the first of this summer’s Doctor Who DVD releases. The release date is July 2nd, and the episode and commentary feature the late Philip Madoc, who died in March 2012. When the TARDIS arrives on the planet of…

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Philip Madoc 1934-2012

Welsh actor Philip Madoc has passed away aged 77, after a short illness reports BBC News. Madoc had several encounters with the Doctor throughout his career staring with the 1966 spin off movie Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD, where he played the hilarious duplicitous double crossing smuggler Brockley opposite Peter Cushing. From there he made…

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PodKast with a Tribute

The late, great Philip Madoc is the core of our Kasterborous podKast (with a “K”) this week, as we discuss his appearances in The Krotons, The War Games, The Brain of Morbius and The Power of Kroll. Probably best known as the War Lord or Mehendri Solon, Madoc also appeared in the second Dalek movie, Daleks…

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