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Dr Who

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Following is a list of Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adentures Directors television stories and the directors who worked on each.


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The Mysterious Planet - Nicholas Mallett
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A Director was a title by members of certain organizations.




Doctor Lewis Zimmeman was a Director of Holographic Imaging and Programming at Jupiter Station in 2370. (DS9 episode: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")


A Director was a high ranking member within the Romulan Star Empire's Tal Shiar. Rehaek held this position in 2379. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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The Director

Henry Ballard (New Earth)
Real Name
Current Alias
The Director





Base Of Operations


6' 0"

165 lbs (75 kg)



Marital Status

Former United States Senator

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First appearance
Last appearance

Image:Quote1.png Destroy the world around the hero... and ultimately the hero is defeated before the battle! Image:Quote2.png
-- The Director



It is unknown if Henry Ballard was directly involved into the criminal gang of the 100 or even then. However, after Black Lightning destroyed the 100, Ballard rebuilt the remnants of the organization into the high tech criminal juggernaut, the 1000. He also layered the 1000's outposts in lead preventing Superman from detecting them. No longer leading a gang of common criminals, Ballard boarded his horizon to bigger things.

The Corporate Crusader

As the Director, he hired the killer Chiller to assassinate the President and Vice-president of the United States. [1] Where Chiller had to take on the president identity and play out a hostage deal, where senator Henry Ballard engineers a fake rescue deal that would free the president and make Ballard a hero. Chiller would appoint Ballard as the new Vice president and then resign his post due to ill health, leaving Ballard as President - free to appoint members of the 1000 to positions of influence and authority around the US. The plan was foiled by Booster Gold with help from Brainiac 5, Ultra Boy and Chameleon Boy. With his political career ruined, Ballard wanted to discover Booster's identity and dispose of this new nemesis.

An operative got Booster's fingerprints at the health club, but there was no match as if the person in question never existed. Ballard believed this was the case and used it to his advantage: a man that doesn't exists can't pay his taxes. As a result, he brought Booster to court, but the judges took his accomplishments into account and gave the hero an identification number so he could pay the state from now on.

The 1000 stole a satellite guiding system from S.T.A.R. Labs, but the man under Blackguard and the man himself where stopped by the golden hero. The hired mercenary Mindancer bested Booster gold and recaptured the device. Impressed by her latest exploit, Ballard offered her a new assignment, springing Blackguard out of jail so he could be disciplined for his failure. As an added bonus, she also captured Booster Gold at the cost of the lives of 90% of the Thousand present. Booster Gold and Blackguard would have surely perished if the superheroine Thorn hadn't rescued the two and shut down the hideout.

Directing His Demise

Thanks to these defeats, Ballard realized he underestimated Metropolis new hero and the conflict became personal. He and Doctor Shocker discovered the hero's energy weakened with every charge of his power suit at the cost of 3 battle robots. Ballard began to realize it wouldn't be long until the hero lost his powers, but as the Director he couldn't wait.

He ordered the capture of the creative team of the Booster Gold Comic published by Blaze Comics in hopes they had inside information about the hero. After the 1000 was done with them, Ballard made sure the men would send a message that the 1000 was after Booster Gold: their shot corpses were later found by the police.

Ballard also ordered the abduction of Dirk Davis' daughter, Sarah Davis, and his assistant Trixie Collins. The 1000 warned the manager they would kill the two females if Mr. Davis did not comply to their demands. With Dirk Davis at their mercy, the 1000 was able to hack into Skeets, the robot sidekick of Booster Gold.

Ballard and his troops sprung Shockwave out of prison and gave him the assignment to wreck Booster Gold's home. Ballard was furious when Shocker did too good a job and almost killed the weaker than expected hero, but was defeated by the combined effort of Booster and Davis. Davis confessed the 1000 blackmail to his friend. Pleased to see that his nemeses was still alive, Ballard challenged Booster as the Director to go to the Millenium Shipping Warehouses and rescue the women. The many traps in the warehouse left Booster Gold bleeding and powerless. Ballard ordered the compound to be evacuated as he planned to fight the hero on equal terms. Before the women were rescued, Ballard made sure they had seen the captured senator when they weere moved to another cell. Trixie pleaded to Booster to rescue the man, unaware she was leading her friend into a trap.

Booster "rescued" the senator and for his trouble Ballard revealed his true color, activating Skeets to fire at the hero until its power battery was depleted. With the hero at his mercy, now Ballard schemed to simply shoot the hero and dump his corpse in a dark back alley[2]. However, Ballard did not take the droid's reserve batteries into account, and was blasted by Skeets who attempted to save his friend's life. Booster got the upper hand again, but before he could capture Ballard both man were caught in an explosion. Only Booster Gold, carrying a deactivated Skeets, came out alive from the destroyed building. If Ballard survived has not yet been confirmed

Powers and Abilities


  • Symbiotic Link (Android)
  • The Director can enstable a short range link with a android of the 1000 and control it mentally.

See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References


  1. as president Ronald Reagan and Vice President George H. W. Bush but this is probably not the case any more
  2. It is ironic that Booster Gold's best friend Ted Kord met his end in a similar fate at the hands of Max Lord

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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"Director" redirects here. For other directors, see: Director (disambiguation).

The following table is a credit list of directors for Lost.


Season 1

Episode Director
"Pilot, Part 1" J.J. Abrams
"Pilot, Part 2" J.J. Abrams
"Tabula Rasa" Jack Bender
"Walkabout" Jack Bender
"White Rabbit" Kevin Hooks
"House of the Rising Sun" Michael Zinberg
"The Moth" Jack Bender
"Confidence Man" Tucker Gates
"Solitary" Greg Yaitanes
"Raised by Another" Marita Grabiak
"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" Stephen Williams
"Whatever the Case May Be" Jack Bender
"Hearts and Minds" Rod Holcomb
"Special" Greg Yaitanes
"Homecoming" Kevin Hooks
"Outlaws" Jack Bender
"...In Translation" Tucker Gates
"Numbers" Daniel Attias
"Deus Ex Machina" Robert Mandel
"Do No Harm" Stephen Williams
"The Greater Good" David Grossman
"Born to Run" Tucker Gates
"Exodus, Part 1" Jack Bender
"Exodus, Part 2" Jack Bender

Season 2

Episode Director
"Man of Science, Man of Faith" Jack Bender
"Adrift" Stephen Williams
"Orientation" Jack Bender
"Everybody Hates Hugo" Alan Taylor
"...And Found" Stephen Williams
"Abandoned" Adam Davidson
"The Other 48 Days" Eric Laneuville
"Collision" Stephen Williams
"What Kate Did" Paul Edwards
"The 23rd Psalm" Matt Earl Beesley
"The Hunting Party" Stephen Williams
"Fire + Water" Jack Bender
"The Long Con" Roxann Dawson
"One of Them" Stephen Williams
"Maternity Leave" Jack Bender
"The Whole Truth" Karen Gaviola
"Lockdown" Stephen Williams
"Dave" Jack Bender
"S.O.S." Eric Laneuville
"Two for the Road" Paul Edwards
"?" Deran Sarafian
"Three Minutes" Stephen Williams
"Live Together, Die Alone" Jack Bender

Season 3

Episode Director
"A Tale of Two Cities" Jack Bender
"The Glass Ballerina" Paul Edwards
"Further Instructions" Stephen Williams
"Every Man for Himself" Stephen Williams
"The Cost of Living" Jack Bender
"I Do" Tucker Gates
"Not in Portland" Stephen Williams
"Flashes Before Your Eyes" Jack Bender
"Stranger in a Strange Land" Paris Barclay
"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead" Eric Laneuville
"Enter 77" Stephen Williams
"Par Avion" Paul Edwards
"The Man from Tallahassee" Jack Bender
"Exposé" Stephen Williams
"Left Behind" Karen Gaviola
"One of Us" Jack Bender
"Catch-22" Stephen Williams
"D.O.C." Fred Toye
"The Brig" Eric Laneuville
"The Man Behind the Curtain" Bobby Roth
"Greatest Hits" Stephen Williams
"Through the Looking Glass" Jack Bender

Season 4

Episode Director
"The Beginning of the End" Jack Bender
"Confirmed Dead" Stephen Williams
"The Economist" Jack Bender
"Eggtown" Stephen Williams
"The Constant" Jack Bender
"The Other Woman" Eric Laneuville
"Ji Yeon" Stephen Semel
"Meet Kevin Johnson" Stephen Williams
"The Shape of Things to Come" Jack Bender
"Something Nice Back Home" Stephen Williams
"Cabin Fever" Paul Edwards
"There's No Place Like Home, Part 1" Stephen Williams
"There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3" Jack Bender

Season 5

Episode Director
"Because You Left" Stephen Williams
"The Lie" Jack Bender
"Jughead" Rod Holcomb
"The Little Prince" Stephen Williams
"This Place Is Death" Paul Edwards
"316" Stephen Williams
"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" Jack Bender
"LaFleur" Mark Goldman
"Namaste" Jack Bender
"He's Our You" Greg Yaitanes
"Whatever Happened, Happened" Bobby Roth
"Dead Is Dead" Stephen Williams
"Some Like It Hoth" Jack Bender
"The Variable" Paul Edwards
"Follow the Leader" Stephen Williams
"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Jack Bender

Season 6

Episode Director
"LA X, Parts 1 & 2" Jack Bender

Lost: Missing Pieces (mobisodes)

Episode Director
"The Watch" Jack Bender
"The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt" Jack Bender
"King of the Castle" Jack Bender
"The Deal" Jack Bender
"Operation: Sleeper" Jack Bender
"Room 23" Jack Bender
"Arzt & Crafts" Jack Bender
"Buried Secrets" Jack Bender
"Tropical Depression" Jack Bender
"Jack, Meet Ethan. Ethan? Jack" Jack Bender
"Jin Has a Temper-Tantrum on the Golf Course" Jack Bender
"The Envelope" Jack Bender
"So It Begins" Jack Bender


As of the 103 episodes and 13 mobisodes that have aired:

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Director was a title used by the heads of certain government bureaus, private organizations, and other associations. It was used by both the Galactic Republic and the Galactic Empire. One of the most famous holders of the title was the Director of Imperial Intelligence, Ysanne Isard. The Outbound Flight Colony was also headed by a Director.


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"Mikey! You have to LOOK at Gonard while you're attacking him!"

The Director is a human character in the Generation One continuity.

Voice actor: Alan Oppenheimer

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Assistant director

"The camera loves you, baby! Me? I can't stand you, but that's less important."

Voice actor: Bud Davis

Production assistant

Voice actress: Susan Blu

"Really, my credentials go to my under-the-desk work, if you know what I mean..."

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