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Chels, 22. This is my Doctor Who blog! Eleven will always be my Doctor <3. If you are here from one of my classic film photos, my classics blog is matttsmiths.tumblr.com now. Sorry for the current mess this blog is!


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matttsmiths:

I hate asking anyone for help so believe me this is completely out of my comfort zone but my family could REALLY use some help. We haven’t had fully functioning water in our house in over a year and a half due to a slab leak. I would very much like to move in with my Dad again and we could really use the help. It’s a constant struggle to do ANYTHING (even washing your hands is a pain). Anything you can spare would be a HUGE help! Thank you and I really appreciate it! <3

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bellabellicoseatetrixiesstar:

Clara then had a small uncredited role in Enemies of Women (1923). Her mother was gravely ill at the time. Clara talked about this experience in Photoplay Magazine, 1928:                                                                                    “It was only a bit in the picture. I danced on a table. All the time I had to be laughing, romping wildly, displaying nothing for the camera but pleasure and the joy of life. As I say, it was only a bit, but no matter what parts I have been called upon to play as a star, or ever will be, not one of them could compare in difficulty to that role. I’d go home at night and help take care of mother; I’d cry my eyes out when I left her in the morning – and then go and dance on a table. I think I used to be half-hysterical, but the director thought it was wonderful.”

bellabellicoseatetrixiesstar:

Clara then had a small uncredited role in Enemies of Women (1923). Her mother was gravely ill at the time. Clara talked about this experience in Photoplay Magazine, 1928:                                                                                    “It was only a bit in the picture. I danced on a table. All the time I had to be laughing, romping wildly, displaying nothing for the camera but pleasure and the joy of life. As I say, it was only a bit, but no matter what parts I have been called upon to play as a star, or ever will be, not one of them could compare in difficulty to that role. I’d go home at night and help take care of mother; I’d cry my eyes out when I left her in the morning – and then go and dance on a table. I think I used to be half-hysterical, but the director thought it was wonderful.”

imaginationandheartbreak:

Matt Smith on the power of imagination and why strange is cool. 

Louisville Comicon 2014

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jumperpheasants:

What was your most embarrassing moment on set?