This is a complete history of the title sequences for Doctor Who -- with commentary! -- showing how they've changed while still remaining faithful.
The Dickin Medal was established by Maria Dickin in 1943 in order to award all the animals that had fought and served the British Empire valiantly during the Second World War. Between 1943 and 1949, the medal was awarded to a total 54 animals: 32 pigeons, 18 dogs, 3 horses, and a cat. It was recently reinstated after the September 11 attacks. Here's some of the most awesome ones.
Besting Alex Roy's 2001 record of 27 minutes, a new driver representing "Corporate Broadcasting Company" accomplished the insane feat in a mere 26:03. Here's a time-lapsed video of the 24.48 mile drive, apparently performed in a Saturn Sky and with a modest average speed of 56mph.
These kids were badasses before they even got out of grade school. Get through all fifty and be jealous you weren't this cool during your childhood.
Did you know that Ron Jeremy was in 'Ghostbusters?' Here's a list of 25 celebrities who caught their big break AFTER they appeared in a classic (for the most part) films and TV.