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In the scene where Grace is examining him, the Doctor says "I have twelve lives". This was overdubbed by Paul McGann at the last moment when executive producer Philip David Segal was informed that, in Doctor Who mythology, Time Lords in fact have thirteen lives.
It was on the planet Skaro that my old enemy the Master was finally put on trial. They say he listened calmly as his list of evil crimes was read, and sentence passed. Then he made his last, and I thought, somewhat curious request. He demanded that ...
At Grace's apartment the Doctor says, "Don't you see, I have Thirteen lives", as has been said earlier already. However, this is Post-Sync/ADR and his lip movements suggest that he originally said "Twelve lives".
Rather than credit the creator of "Doctor Who" (1963), Sydney Newman, a title card reads: "Based upon the television series broadcast by the BBC." Ron Grainer, composer of the film's theme music, and Delia Derbyshire, designer of the TARDIS sound effect, do not receive screen credit.
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