The Doctor: I'm not only from another culture but another planet. I am in your terms an alien.
Azmael doesn't recognise the regenerated Doctor (In the shape of Colin Baker) whereas on most other occasions other Time Lords do recognize each other through telepathy. This is odd behaviour by Azmael, considering that Azmael and the Doctor HAVE actually met before, and possibly more than once. (Azmael last met the Doctor in the Doctor's fourth incarnation, and was the best teacher the Doctor ever had. On that occasion, Azmael got drunk.). See more...
Many early (Hartnell-era) Doctor Who stories are known by more than one title. The first ever story is known as "100,000 B.C.". When it was commissioned in October 1963, the story was called "Doctor Who and The Tribe of Gum". This story is also widely known by the title "An Unearthly Child", and this is the title under which it has been released on video and DVD. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Title||Doctor Who (1963)|
|Original entry||When Sarah falls from the scaffolding, a plank of wood saves her from death. Trouble is, she fell a foot from the outside of the scaffolding and most of the plank was inside the scaffolding, therefore her feet would have hit it and she could only have landed with her head pointing inwards. But when we see her, her head is pointing outwards.|