Hans Remembers- Wednesday July 8, 1970- 50 Years Ago.

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  • President Richard Milhous Nixon sent a message to Congress asking for legislation that would bring about “a new era in which the Indian future is determined by Indian acts and Indian decisions.”
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  • New World Pictures was founded by brothers Roger and Gene Corman. The company would be a producer and distributor of low budget R-rated films. Their first release would be Angels Die Hard starring Tom Baker and William Smith followed by The Student Nurses.
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9 responses to “HANS REMEMBERS- WEDNESDAY JULY 8, 1970- 50 YEARS AGO

    • Whoa! Seriously? Not a single episode?

      It *used* to be good. It started to go bad with Peter Capaldi (#12) when the SJWs got a-hold of it. I grew up watching Tom Baker’s Who (#4) in the 70s and some of Peter Davison’s Who (#5). I picked it back up when it was re-booted in 2005. My fave Doctor is Christopher Eccleston (#9) but, I loved David Tennant (#10) & Matt Smith (#11). The ones with the bottle-blonde chick SUCK…out loud, suffering from “wokeness.” Capaldi was pretty bad, too. One of his “companions” had to mention that she was gay in nearly every episode.

      It started out as an “educational” show in 1963. It morphed into a sci-fi serial. They invented regeneration when the first Doctor got to where he couldn’t remember his lines. A large portion of the early Who was destroyed by the BBC.

      Since the BBC has only, like, ten actors, they have intermingled with each other. Wrap your head around this piece of trivia:
      Doctor #5 (Davison, whose real life last name is Moffett) has a daughter (Georgia Moffett) that played the part of the Doctor’s “daughter” in an episode involving Doctor #10 (Tennant, whose real last name is McDonald). She, in turn, wound up married to Tennant. That makes her a “Doctor’s Daughter”, twice and the wife of a Doctor, too.

      More trivia:
      Tennant was Barty Crouch, Jr. in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

      Doctor #7 (Sylvester McCoy, whose real name is Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith) played Radagast in all of The Hobbit movies.

      Doctor #2 (Patrick Troughton…his actual name) played Father Brennan in The Omen.

      Doctor #8 (Paul McGann) has been in some American movies:
      Empire of the Sun, Alien 3, The Three Musketeers & Queen of the Damned.

      The War Doctor was played by John Hurt (a character created when Eccleston refused to come back).

      Most famous of the Doctors, over here, is Eccleston:
      Elizabeth, Existenz, Gone in 60 Seconds, The Others, 28 Days Later, GI Joe: Rise of Cobra, Thor: Dark World, Heroes (TV)

      There you have it. Everything you always wanted to know but, was afraid to ask. LOL!

  1. Does anybody find it odd how Nixon prolonged the war in Vietnam, among other [insert adjective of your choice here] acts but then makes this magnanimous “I care” gesture toward Native Americans? I find it hard to believe that he actually cared and it wasn’t a huge PR performance…..

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