One way of watching the black and white Hands of Stone Vengeance made him a hero love made him a Legend shirt is to imagine them as a stage show, that way you don’t think about the effects. Obviously, you need to take into account how tv was made during the 60s. I actually think, not so much the effects per-say, but the overall visual integrity of the show is better in the 1960s than later decades of the show. The reason being is that the black and white and older production techniques mask some of the flaws.
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A lot of the black and white era is actually quite beautiful, and definitely atmospheric I think the issue is in the 70s, and even more so in the Hands of Stone Vengeance made him a hero love made him a Legend shirt, some of the atmospheres are lost. If you’re shooting a well-lit set, with higher quality (clearer) cameras, using more modern editing techniques, then I think subpar elements of the production are more visible and stand out more Having said that I think treating them more like a stage-show is a great way to view them. British multi-camera TV shows are definitely a lot more theatrical than their more filmic American counterparts like Star Trek or The Twilight Zone. Not least of which is because it’s basically being performed live The only little thing I’d add is that, while obviously, you can watch these however you’d like, I’d recommend people (particularly with the 60s stories) try to watch only one or two episodes a day
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A lot of the complaints about Hands of Stone Vengeance made him a hero love made him a Legend shirt seem to be from people who’ve just binged 6 episodes in a single day. Classic Who emphasizes suspense and slow build-ups are a lot more than the New Series. Stories often take time to soak in. Serials like The Daleks (1963) feel so much grander and more intense (and more of an ordeal for the characters) if you watch it over a week. It’s, therefore, a lot more enjoyable if you pace yourself. Plus it means you savor each individual episode a little more Maybe it could be added that people take to Classic who differently. Some get into it watching no more than an episode a day. I tried that, but it turned out I needed the insane immersion of this summer’s twitch marathon (which for me was 1 or 2 stories per day) to get tuned into the pacing.