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The TARDIS lands in the Wild West in this classic BBC TV soundtrack starring William Hartnell, written by Donald Cotton and with linking narration by Peter Purves. So come, you coyotes, and howl at the moon 'til there's blood upon the sawdust in The Last Chance Saloon.” It's 1881 and, in the Wild West settlement of Tombstone, there are three strangers in town: Doctor Calig The TARDIS lands in the Wild West in this classic BBC TV soundtrack starring William Hartnell, written by Donald Cotton and with linking narration by Peter Purves. So come, you coyotes, and howl at the moon 'til there's blood upon the sawdust in The Last Chance Saloon.” It's 1881 and, in the Wild West settlement of Tombstone, there are three strangers in town: Doctor Caligari, Steven Regret, and Miss Dodo Dupont. They've arrived in a 20th Century blue police box, and they're about to wander into a whole heap of trouble. The Doctor is in need of a dentist, but the sort of anesthetic Doc Holliday uses comes out of a liquor bottle. He's in the middle of a feud with the Clanton family, while Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson try to keep the peace. This isn't the place for a relaxing holiday, as the TARDIS crew soon discover. Tombstone's not the most happily named of towns, and it seems it may live up to that name any day now. There's a gunfight brewing at the O.K. Corral and, if the Doctor and his friends aren't careful, they're going to be caught in the crossfire.


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The TARDIS lands in the Wild West in this classic BBC TV soundtrack starring William Hartnell, written by Donald Cotton and with linking narration by Peter Purves. So come, you coyotes, and howl at the moon 'til there's blood upon the sawdust in The Last Chance Saloon.” It's 1881 and, in the Wild West settlement of Tombstone, there are three strangers in town: Doctor Calig The TARDIS lands in the Wild West in this classic BBC TV soundtrack starring William Hartnell, written by Donald Cotton and with linking narration by Peter Purves. So come, you coyotes, and howl at the moon 'til there's blood upon the sawdust in The Last Chance Saloon.” It's 1881 and, in the Wild West settlement of Tombstone, there are three strangers in town: Doctor Caligari, Steven Regret, and Miss Dodo Dupont. They've arrived in a 20th Century blue police box, and they're about to wander into a whole heap of trouble. The Doctor is in need of a dentist, but the sort of anesthetic Doc Holliday uses comes out of a liquor bottle. He's in the middle of a feud with the Clanton family, while Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson try to keep the peace. This isn't the place for a relaxing holiday, as the TARDIS crew soon discover. Tombstone's not the most happily named of towns, and it seems it may live up to that name any day now. There's a gunfight brewing at the O.K. Corral and, if the Doctor and his friends aren't careful, they're going to be caught in the crossfire.

33 review for Doctor Who: The Gunfighters: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack

  1. 4 out of 5

    Book collector

    The gunfighters by Donald cotton. Another with a terrible reputation that I feel should be reexamined. It's a fun comedy cowboy tale that plays rather loosely with history but then most films based on the gunfight at the OK coral do the same. The recurring use of a song wears thin but overall this is a fun story with some very good comedy and some well done western scenes in the confines of a tiny studio The gunfighters by Donald cotton. Another with a terrible reputation that I feel should be reexamined. It's a fun comedy cowboy tale that plays rather loosely with history but then most films based on the gunfight at the OK coral do the same. The recurring use of a song wears thin but overall this is a fun story with some very good comedy and some well done western scenes in the confines of a tiny studio

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica (JT)

    This took some time for me to get through mostly because the narrator's voice was kind of harsh and hard to listen to. The story is also not one of my favorites so it took me some time to get motivated with it. This took some time for me to get through mostly because the narrator's voice was kind of harsh and hard to listen to. The story is also not one of my favorites so it took me some time to get motivated with it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    1 of the very worst Doctor Who episodes.

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