Tuesday, 16th October 2018 at 2: After all, if she keeps leaving the door open all the heat and the power of time and space might get out…. David Tennant reveals the one problem he always had using his Tardis on Doctor Who When it came to filming inside the iconic blue box, there was one slight difficulty for the Tenth Doctor star.
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Speaking to Radio Times in an exclusive look back at every Tardis design since the series began, Tennant mostly had warm memories of his years at the helm — though he admitted there was one slight design flaw that made filming the series a bit trickier than you might imagine.
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When it came to filming inside the iconic blue box, there was one slight difficulty for the Tenth Doctor star. In other words, sometimes as the Tenth Doctor made his escape from evil forces, burst dramatically into a scene to save the day or just waved a sad goodbye to an old friend, he then spent a good few minutes furiously trying to jam the door closed, rather undercutting the dramatic heft of the scene and requiring some judicious re-takes and smart editing.
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