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Doctor Who: The Sea Devils (part two)

There’s so much to like about “The Sea Devils.” It’s just a terrific and fun adventure story, with some monsters that look fantastic, wonderfully classy and claustrophobic direction, great set design, and a fun performance from Edwin Richfield – he had played the father in the deeply weird serial… 498 more words

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Doctor Who: The Sea Devils (part one)

Here’s my guess as to why “The Curse of Peladon” looked a little, shall we say, financially underwhelming. “The Sea Devils” teams up writer Malcolm Hulke, director Michael E. 272 more words

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Who'd Have Sonic?

Pretty self-explanatory. A list of every use of the sonic screwdriver in the original series of Doctor Who. Enjoy! 

Second Doctor

  • Fury From the Deep – Opening a pipeline inspection hatch.

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Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon (part four)

Happily, the frighteners that the monsters put on our son over the last two sessions wore off for the all-action finale of this story. He really enjoyed the sword fight, which features about a dozen men. 226 more words

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Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon (parts two and three)

Like a lot of classic Who, “The Curse of Peladon” aims far above its limitations. One of these is the simplicity of the sets. Sure, they look like nice corridors, and they’re actually lit well, which certainly wasn’t always the case in the videotape era, but they insist on looking like the throne room and the delegates’ conference rooms are separated by about twenty feet. 543 more words

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Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon (part one)

The United Kingdom joined what was then called the Common Market in 1973, and there were many years of debate in that nation as to whether it should. 382 more words

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Third: Terror of The Autons

Writer: Robert Holmes

Director & Producer: Barry Letts

Companions: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney) and Jo Grant (Katy Manning)

Season/Episodes: 8, ep 1 (1-4)

Summary: The Doctor is attempting an experiment that catches fire, which is when he meets his new companion, Jo Grant.  397 more words

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