Who & Me by Barry Letts
By Barry Letts
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Barry Letts begun his display profession as an actor, starring within the Ealing movie Scott of the Antarctic and television dramas similar to The Avengers, The Moonstone and Gunpowder man within which destiny surgeon Who actor Patrick Troughton took the lead function. within the Nineteen Sixties he switched to directing, taking the helm of vintage indicates resembling The novices and Z Cars.
Barry received his first flavor of health care provider Who in 1967 while he directed the six-part serial The Enemy of the realm. In 1969, he took over because the show’s manufacturer. This was once a thrilling time for healthcare professional Who – the express had a brand new lead actor, and used to be being broadcast in color for the 1st time. Barry unearths his stories of this period, conversing approximately his dating with script editor Terrance Dicks and the show’s solid, Jon Pertwee, Katy Manning and Roger Delgado.
Packed with behind-the-scenes gossip, interesting creation aspect and witty anecdotes, Who and Me recounts Barry Letts’ trip from suffering actor to profitable manufacturer, and the ups and downs of engaged on health practitioner Who through the Jon Pertwee years.
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