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1.3 - A True Gentleman

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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 9/26/16 3:54 pm
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Cute and simple. Not super memorable, but harmless and sweet.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 1/30/16 12:27 pm
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from the third Doctor era, told by Katy Manning, who played Jo alongside Pertwee, the story is a reflective dialogue about third Doctor's character and the way that whilst holidaying in the Scottish Highlands he leaves a lasting impression on a local girl when he comes to her aid when her push bike gets a puncture,endearing and fun
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/27/15 9:30 pm
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An unusual Doctor Who slice of life tale. It's very well-written. It really seems very plausible for the Third Doctor to rent a country place and exactly as he does in this story. Katy Manning brings the Doctor, the boy, and so many other characters to life in a reading that makes you forget it's just her. It's a lovely portrait of the Doctor's one-time meeting with a child and how he was a true gentleman.
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Reviewed By: sarozReview Date: 6/2/13 5:13 am
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Really enjoyed this one. It's just a lovely portrait of the third Doctor from a child's point of view, and if the story is simple, well, that's the point - it's a character vignette more than anything else, and it's the appropriate length for that. All the details in the first-person narration are great, and Katy Manning tells the story superbly, complete with a gently lilting accent. It's not high literature, but it will leave you with a big smile on your face.
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