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'''"The Entertainer"''' was a tune once played by {{Gomez}} on the [[piano]], while visited by the [[Twelfth Doctor]] and [[Bill Potts|Bill]], in [[The Vault (The Pilot)|her vault]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Lie of the Land (TV story)|The Lie of the Land]]'')
   
'''"The Entertainer"''' was a tune whistled by an ill-fated [[hiker (Image of the Fendahl)|hiker]] in the woods near [[Fetch Priory]] before his untimely demise. ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]'')
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In [[1977]], an ill-fated [[hiker (Image of the Fendahl)|hiker]] [[whistling|whistled]] this tune in the woods near [[Fetch Priory]], before his untimely demise. ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]'')
   
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== Behind the scenes ==
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[[File:The Entertainer - Scott Joplin.ogg|thumb|"The Entertainer" as performed on the [[piano]].]]
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While this piece goes unnamed in both stories, it is easily recognisable as the 1902 [[ragtime]] two-step by [[Scott Joplin]].
 
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Latest revision as of 03:37, June 12, 2019

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"The Entertainer" was a tune once played by Missy on the piano, while visited by the Twelfth Doctor and Bill, in her vault. (TV: The Lie of the Land)

In 1977, an ill-fated hiker whistled this tune in the woods near Fetch Priory, before his untimely demise. (TV: Image of the Fendahl)

Behind the scenes Edit

The Entertainer - Scott Joplin

"The Entertainer" as performed on the piano.

While this piece goes unnamed in both stories, it is easily recognisable as the 1902 ragtime two-step by Scott Joplin.

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