Talk:The Celestial Toymaker
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I'm not entirely sure the character page needs to be seperate. There's little in there that is necessary outside of the story's page. However, as I type this, it occurs to me that there might be a concurrent series of pages just for the characters, in which case it would be valid, and my merge request is not.
There is such a series, so I'm removing the request.
Tower of Hanoi with 8 pieces
Hi, the article says, there are 1023 pieces in the trilogic game, which basically is the "tower of Hanoi", as I saw in the remaining part on DVD. I think, there are only 8 pieces but 1023 movements. (I'm not sure, however, if "piece" may be a synonym for movement. in this case, it is right.) --Hutschi 12:24, 8 January 2007 (UTC)
Having just watched it, Hutschi is correct. There are 1023 moves, not 1023 pieces. However, it's a 10 piece "tower of Hanoi" type game, not 8. Additionally, rather than being a vast three dimensional puzzle as described in the page, it's a regular table top game measuring perhaps a foot to a side when completed. Xiphiphile 01:20, 20 May 2007 (UTC)
It's not possible for Richards' estate to complain about the similarity of Bunter and Cyril in 1963, with the story not being written let alone broadcast for three years! I'd assume it was in 1966, with the BBC adding a disclaimer on episode four. Not to speculate though, so out the date comes!MartinSFSA (talk) 08:28, 7 April 2008 (UTC)