Eyes of the Hawk. Ears of the Wolf. Strength of the Bear. Speed of the Puma. These are the magic powers of a native american space cowboy lawman with a cybernetic bipedal talking horse deputy— who he sometimes saddles up and rides around on— constantly at odds with an evil outlaw alien space…
You forgot to mention Sarah Jane. :)
OMG!!!! Is it just me, or does Clara “The Impossible Girl” (played by Jenna Coleman in the TV series, Doctor Who) look more than a bit like Clara “The It Girl” (Clara Bow)?
Sir Robin of Locksley and Lady Marian Fitzwalter (Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland). The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938).
Rotwang (Rudolf Klein-Rogge). The very deifinition of the term, “Mad Scientist.”
Oh for the good old days when control panels had buttons. Nowadays they have backlit pictures of panels. Oh for a toggle.
"Clara? This is Oswin Oswald. Oswin Oswald? This is Clara. The two of you might enjoy swapping souffle recipes."
And now for something completely different: Watsons with machine guns!!!! (Better living through Photoshop.)
Here’s Farah Fawcett in the original TV version of Gravity. (I’m kidding! This is from an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man called, The Rescue of Athena One.)
As I recall, Matt Smith’s Doctor got really really wrinkled and everything towards the end there. Compared to that, Peter Capaldi’s Doctor looks very youthful. Just saying.
In the new Star Trek movies, there’s an alien crewmember who seems to just stay on the bridge and look intriguing. This was pretty much what Lt. Arex did in the animated series. Is this alien lady J. J. Abram’s version of Lt. Arex? Is this Lt. Arex?