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Commander Millington (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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  1. "Doctor Who"
        - The Curse of Fenric: Part Four (1989) TV episode, Played by Alfred Lynch
        - The Curse of Fenric: Part Three (1989) TV episode, Played by Alfred Lynch
        - The Curse of Fenric: Part Two (1989) TV episode, Played by Alfred Lynch
        - The Curse of Fenric: Part One (1989) TV episode, Played by Alfred Lynch
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  1. Catflap (2007) (V) Played by Alfred Lynch

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From "Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric: Part Four (#26.11)" (1989)
[Commander Millington is standing in a bunker with the powerful entity, Fenric who has taken over the body of Dr. Judson. Up above them the remaining Russian soldiers are battling with Millington's troops]
Fenric: Ah... the sound of dying. When it comes to death. Quantity is so much more satisfying than quality.
Commander Millington: The final...
Fenric: Don't interrupt me when I'm eulogizing. Where is the Time Lord?
Commander Millington: Time Lord?
Fenric: The one you call "Doctor".
Commander Millington: I had him shot.
Fenric: I see you've never been handicapped with great intelligence. For 17 centuries I was trapped in the shadow dimensions because of him. He pulled bones from the dessert sands and carved them into chess pieces. He challenged me to solve his puzzle. I failed. Now I shall see him kneel before me... before I let him die.
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