In the summer of 1963, Barbara and the Doctor almost cross paths, along with an alien thief and an unlikely policeman. (Sorry. Another by me, this time borrowing Kenneth Connor’s character from Carry On Constable.)
Carry On Films March 6, 2010
This is quite bizarre and ridiculous and winds up being a Dalek-filled rerun of Carry On Up the Khyber. Much fun, and I’m kind of relieved not to be alone in this ‘cross’ anymore. (I think).
Carry On Films June 20, 2009
Okay, so it’s just me crossing these so far, but it’s been fun. And, seriously, someone had to do it.
Carry On Cowboy
Title:How The West Was Lost
Rating: All Ages / PG (Some Carry-on-ness in the middle)
Word Count: 24,486 (9 Chapters)
Characters: Third Doctor, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Marshall P Knutt, Judge Burke, Annie Oakley, Belle, Johnny Finger (the Rumpo Kid), Big Heap, Little Heap (et al).
Since Jon Pertwee played the ill-fated sheriff in Cowboy and it also starred Peter Butterworth (better known in DW circles as the Meddling Monk) and Angela Douglas (later Doris Lethbridge-Stewart), somebody had to do this. Really.
Abroad, Cowboy, Don’t Lose Your Head, Screaming, Nurse and Behind
Title: Carrying On
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: Drabbles
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Sixth Doctor, Peri Brown, Third Doctor, Second Doctor, Tenth Doctor, First Doctor, Joan Sims (in various guises).
A collection of drabbles featuring Joan Sims’s characters from the above films kissing various Doctors. Well, except for one time she preferred the Medding Monk (sort of).
Look, did I ever claim to be sane here? I think not.