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Is this really notable? I suppose it features prominently in the memories of people who watched Doctor Who in California in the '80s, but is that a large enough sector of the public for it to merit mention in Wikipedia? —Josiah Rowe 23:47, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
I like it. I think's it just as interesting an anecdote as the thing about the transmission hacker on Horror of Fang Rock. Besides, while there's a blustering amount of BBC broadcast information available (and most of it has been transfered here), there's strikingly little on the PBS broadcasts, so we should have as much as possible :).--SeanJelly Baby? 00:46, 15 October 2005 (UTC)
The title sequence showing the credits being displayed over stock footage of lava flows, harks back to the black and white era. Of the Troughton Era series I have seen both The Seeds of Death and The War Games use custom opening title sequences. The same is true for the Hartnell Era serial The War Machines.Graham1973 (talk) 17:22, 23 September 2010 (UTC)