Doctor Who Easter Egg - Doctor Was His Own Director, Script Editor, Etc

In the episode The Brain of Morbius, the Doctor plays a mind-bending game with Morbius, and his previous incarnations appear, including ones we've never seen on Doctor Who before. This is because they are actually cameos of directors(Christopher Barry, Douglas Camfield) script editor(Robert Holmes) and lots of other people I can't be bothered typing.
Also, there were eight, not including Drs 1, 2 and 3, which means that by the time the Doctor was no.7(by Silvester McCoy) he would have really been no.14. Whoists & Trekkies feel free to email me.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 10-04-2002
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Oh, I always thought (which I'm sure it is) that those images were either the regenerations of Morbius or the people that were killed so that the morbius body may live. Wrong?
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joecool280 writes:
In the Doctor Who movie and somewhere else I can't remember, we find out a timelord can only have 13 incarnations. So it would be impossible to have more than 13 without taking over someone elses body like the master did.
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kevinj writes:
No they were definitely intended to be previous doctors, as was the "original" control room used in a later season, originally big name actors were wanted but none were available.
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It's also good to remember that at this point, after the Time War, the destruction of Gallifrey (the Time Lord planet), and the rewriting of time - twice - after Donna Noble's adventure with the "time creature" attached to her back, there may be many "new and improved" loopholes for the Doctor to continue beyond his 12th regeneration. Additionally: in the original series, the "Trial of a Time Lord" serial introduced us to the "Valyard," the prosecutor, a character who was finally revealed to be the Doctor's final regeneration.
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egbert writes:
no one know who the images were actully of, not even the offical doctor who website
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m0r1arty writes:
Tis an egg, but don't forget that the rate that we're going through Doctors and the fact that alot of money rides on the brand they'll probably tie this into the story for a new - fresh - Doctor with 14 new rejuevenations. Don't know how though
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