"A Holiday for the Doctor":
1)Ah, yes, "Doctor Who and the Questionable 'American' Accents"...
2)"Doctor Caligari." "Doctor Who".
3)"Mr. Werp." For some reason, I find that gag endlessly amusing.
4)He can face down armies of Daleks, but he's afraid to go to the dentist! Not that I blame him.
5)"I never touch alcohol." "Well, I do."
6)"I certainly disapprove of violence."
7)"Let's hope the piano knows it."
8)Cliffhanger: Steven sings at gunpoint!
"Don't Shoot the Pianist":
9)"The Clanton Brothers - oh, dear. I mean, eh, how do you do?"
10)Hartnell is quite good in this.
11)"Well, I don't have no gun." "Exactly! That's the whole point, isn't it?"
12)"People keep giving me guns and I do wish they wouldn't."
13)Cliffhanger: The Clantons threaten to lynch Steven!
14)I gotta find a good book about what actually did happen at the O.K. Corral.
15)"He gave me a gun, he extracted my tooth - good gracious me, what more do you want?"
16)"Ringo!" This must be from before he became a drummer.
17)"I shall try not to kill you. I shall aim for your arm."
18)Cliffhanger: The Clantons kill Warren Earp!
"The O.K. Corral":
20)"I'm sorry, Johnny."
21)"Ringo was here." "And?" "He ain't no more."
22)I really wish the new show would do a "pure" historical, just once, just to see what it would be like.
23)Cliffhanger: A primitive-looking type clambers over a rock, or something!
Overall: For a serial that for many years had a reputation as one of the worst stoies the old show ever did, this was quite fun. I enjoyed this and would have no problem watching it again.
On the commentary track, Peter Purves notes that one simillarity between "The Myth Makers" and "The Gunfighters" is that they were both comedies up until the very end, when people started getting killed right, left and center.
I've heard or read that comment elsewhere recently -- that modern video clarity highlights little faults (like masking tape on the TARDIS console) that contemporary viewers would never have seen.
I can't remember if it was audio commentary, but I believe it was. Oh what the heck -- let's just say Peter Purves said it.
We did follow up "The Ginfighters" with "Spectre of the Gun," but I was mistaken in my belief that tracy and I hadn't watched it together before.I KNOW this is a typo but I had to laugh when it caught my eye.