Dr. Who: A Christmas Carol – Trailer


(Youtube Direktxmas, via Marco)

Schöner Trailer zum 2010er Dr. Who-Weihnachtsspecial.

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  1. Gast

    Ja, macht Lust auf die Folge. “A Christmas Carol” und “Doctor Who” passen gut zusammen. :)

    HD-Version von BBC America:

  2. Hans

    endlich mal neues vom Doctor

  3. rob

    Endlich was neues:) Nachdem ich nun in der doktorlosen Zeit so ziemlich alle Folgen und Specials der neuen Serie rauf und runter geguckt hab und parallel nun anfange, die alten zu gucken, freu ich mich schon auf die sechste neue Staffel :)

  4. DerMatze

    Wundervoll, ich brenne schon darauf… der Look ist wie immer unglaublich.
    mal eine seeeehr steile Theorie:Ende des Trailers, beim doctor-who-logo, gibts ein musikalisches Crescendo, das mich ein bisschen an End of Time erinnert. First Knock of four, maybe? River Song hat ja in der letzten Folge der fünften Staffel schon angedeutet dass sich alles drastisch verändern wird, wenn sie nächstes Mal auftaucht. Wobei ich Matt Smith als “Überbrückungsdoctor” doch sehr schade fände…

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