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Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum: Doctor Who Exhibit: Tom Baker as the Doctor (1981-11-28 0013_01)

28 Nov 1981 Madame Toussaud's Wax Museum London, England, United Kingdom Pentax MX SMC-Pentax 50/f:1.4 Flash Fujichrome 100 60/9.5 This was part of a special display celebrating the BBC TV series "Doctor Who." © 1981 Gary J. Sibio. All rights reserved.

28 Nov 1981

Madame Toussaud’s Wax Museum

London, England, United Kingdom

Pentax MX  SMC-Pentax 50/f:1.4  Flash

Fujichrome 100  60/9.5

This was part of a special display celebrating the BBC TV series “Doctor Who.” The series premiered, believe it or not, on 23 Nov 1963 and is now shown all over the world. Tom Baker, the actor whose wax image is shown here, was the fourth actor to play the title role.

Editing was done using On1 Photo RAW 2020. In Develop mode I lowered the highlights, whites and blacks and increased the midtones and structure. Under Color I increased the vibrance. Details was set to High. Then I added the following filters: HDR Look (Natural), Color Balance (Warm Highlights) and Curves.

© 1981 Gary J. Sibio. All rights reserved.

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    • The new ones are a lot better than the old ones because it’s not so much of a kid’s show any more but the science is just as bad. Unfortunately the last season was terrible. They decided to go politically correct and give the role to a female actor. She wasn’t very good at it. It wasn’t all her fault though. The writing was abysmal.

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