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Oh Mummy: Sutekh's Story (2004)

Following on from the DOCTOR WHO serial PYRAMIDS OF MARS, Sutkeh the Destroyer struggles to find work and acceptance in an unforgiving world.

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Robert Hammond ...
Kelly Mayne ...
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Thumb-Baby ...
Neil
Joanna West ...
Sutekh's Milk Recipient
Peter West ...
Sutekh's Neighbour
Gabriel Woolf ...
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Following on from the DOCTOR WHO serial PYRAMIDS OF MARS, Sutkeh the Destroyer struggles to find work and acceptance in an unforgiving world.

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1 March 2004 (UK)  »

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Sutekh: [Sutekh has a rabbit in his lap] His name is Neil. Neil! Neil! Neil before the might of Sutekh the Destroyer!
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Catering by Ian's Scones - Ian Scoones was the production designer on the original story. See more »

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Spoofs Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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Kneel Before The Twisted Humour Of Robert Hammond
7 October 2004 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

There's something so very poetic about this Pyramids Of Mars DVD extra . Sutekh , despite only appearing one DOCTOR WHO story is one of the all time great villains from the show while actor/writer Robert Hammond is one of the most remarkable characters from DOCTOR WHO fandom

I do have a problem in discussing this sketch since it's only seven (7) minutes long and follows on from Sutekh's time as a destroyer of worlds and I'd only give away the best bits thereby spoiling the fun of watching . To give you a favour of OH MUMMY! go and look up my review of TV OFFAL where I mention " Rob " who is the same Rob Hammond who wrote this funny sketch . Rob also used to edit a fanzine called Auton which really tore into DOCTOR WHO with a incisive and often cruel sense of humour . If you think someone phoning up 10 Downing Street asking how the Prime Minister can negoiate surrendering to Davros when there's no wheelchair access is funny then you'll find OH MUMMY right up your street

DOCTOR WHO fandom's a more miserable place without the twisted mind of Robert Hammond


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