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The Fourth Doctor departs, the Fifth arrives and the Master returns in these three classic 1980s adventures!
Two episodes of the classic sci-fi series featuring the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, and the shape-changing android Kamelion. In 'The King's Demons' (1983), the renegade Time Lord forces Kamelion (Gerald Flood) to pose as King John in 13th century England. 'Planet of Fire' (1983) sees the Doctor (Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson) arriving in Lanzarote on Earth to investigate the transmission of an unusual signal that turns out to be emanating from a mysterious alien artefact.
Feature-length episode to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the long-running sci-fi series. All five Doctors (Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Richard Hurndall and Tom Baker) and many of their old companions are taken out of time and deposited in the Death Zone on Gallifrey. There they must battle not only the Master, but Daleks, Cybermen and Yeti in order to reach the Dark Tower and discover the Tomb of Rassilon. This special edition includes new special effects and extra footage not included in the original broadcast.
Sylvester McCoy stars as the renegade Time Lord in the last ever new story to air on television. It focuses on the Doctor and Ace in their battle against the Cheetah People who are abducting people from all over West London, and with the help of the Doctor's nemisis The Master, taking them to a distant planet.
Doug McClure triple bill, based on the novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs. In 'Warlords of Atlantis' (1978) McClure plays Greg Collinson, a Victorian explorer and adventurer leading a motley crew of scientists to find the lost continent of Atlantis. Battling sea monsters and fantastical creatures, the crew eventually stumbles across the lost continent and are shocked to discover the Atlanteans' deadly secret. Collinson must now use all of his experience and knowledge to help his crew escape. 'At the Earth's Core' (1976) sees McClure joined by Peter Cushing, playing two explorers attempting to drill through the centre of the planet only to discover the sinister underground kingdom of Pellucidar, where a downtrodden populace are enslaved by the evil Mahars. 'The Land That Time Forgot' (1975) sees a German submarine holding American prisoners in World War One accidentally crash into a mysterious island in the middle of the Atlantic. Exploring this lost island, the mixed crew of Germans and Americans discover a prehistoric landscape untouched by the modern world, where savage dinosaurs and primitive tribes exist in mutual enmity. The Germans and Americans must put aside their own prejudices in order to survive.
The longest 'Doctor Who' story ever. The Doctor (Colin Baker) is put on trial by his people the Time Lords for interference in the affairs of others; three segments of his past and future are presented as evidence. 'The Mysterious Planet' shows the Doctor and Peri (Nicola Bryant) in a battle with a megalomaniac machine on the planet Ravalox, but what are the mysterious 'secrets' it protects? 'Mindwarp' shows the Doctor apparently betraying Peri to the vile Sil (Nabil Shaban) and the Mentors - can the Matrix be falsifying the evidence against the Doctor? In his defence he presents 'Terror of the Vervoids', a future story where the Earth is threatened by evil plant life forms. In the final two episodes, 'The Ultimate Foe', the Doctor learns the truth about his prosecuting counsel, the Valeyard (Michael Jayston), and has to enter the Matrix to battle for his remaining lives. This was Colin Baker's last story as the Doctor.
British chiller from 1971 about a fiend preying on young girls attending a posh school. Tessa Hurst (Lesley-Anne Down) is abducted and raped in the grounds of her private school. The youngster is struck dumb by her traumatic experience, leaving detectives very little to go on. Shortly thereafter Susan Miller (Annabel Littledale), another girl from the same school is also molested in the same manner, only she dies as a result. The school's art teacher Julie West (Suzy Kendall) accidentally witnesses the killer as he's taking flight this time. In an ill-advised move, she decides to play the bait in a trap to catch the rapist. The subsequent police investigation turns up many suspects ranging from the Headmistress's hubby to Lomax, (James Laurenson) the doctor treating the first victim. The idea of giving the first victim truth serum to loosen her tongue is hatched but what happens next, no-one could have predicted.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. The Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri arrive in the north of England during the Luddite uprisings, and discover that brilliant but amoral Time Lord the Rani is stealing the chemical which promotes sleep from the mine workers' brains. The Master is also in town, planning to use the disruptive Luddites to deprive the Doctor of his TARDIS and destroy him once and for all.
Three digitally remastered Doctor Who episodes from the 1970s, '80s and '90s. In 'The Talons of Weng-Chiang' (1977), the Doctor (Tom Baker) and Leela (Louise Jamison) arrive in Victorian London to find that galactic war criminal Magnus Greel has created giant rats in the sewers and is sucking the life essence from young girls to sustain him in his search for his time cabinet. Aided by Professor Litefoot and music hall proprietor Henry Jago, the Doctor must stop Greel (masquerading as the Chinese god Weng Chiang) and his servants Li H'sen Chang and killer doll Mr Sin. 'The Caves of Androzani' (1984) represents the final outing for the fifth incarnation of everyone's favourite Time Lord. The Doctor (Peter Davison) and Peri (Nicola Bryant) become embroiled in an underground war of gun running and drug smuggling shortly after landing on the planet Androzani Minor. Apprehended by the military, they are rescued from execution by the brilliant but horribly disfigured criminal, Sharaz Jek, whose infatuation with Peri looks set to be cut short when he discovers that both she and the Doctor have contracted the deadly disease Spectrox Toxaemia. The only possible cure is the milk of the queen bat, which dwells in the caves currently being roamed by the killer Magma Creature... In 'Doctor Who: The Movie' (1996), the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) crashlands the TARDIS on Earth in end-of-century San Francisco while en route to return the Master's remains to their home planet of Gallifrey. Gunned down by a street gang, the Doctor is rushed to hospital, where exploratory surgery by Doctor Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook) triggers a regeneration. The Master has meanwhile taken over the body of a paramedic and infiltrated the Doctor's TARDIS, which he plans to use in his latest scheme to take over the Doctor's new body and destroy the world. Filmed as the pilot for a revived 'Doctor Who' series - tailored to the American market - which subsequently failed to materialise, this feature-length adventure introduces Paul McGann as the renegade Time Lord.
Fred Zinnemann directs this award-winning adaptation of Robert Bolt's historical play. Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield) has to wrestle with his conscience when he is appointed Lord Chancellor of England by King Henry VIII (Robert Shaw). The King wishes More's support in his decision to divorce his wife, Catherine of Aragon, in favour of Anne Boleyn (Vanessa Redgrave). When More refuses and resigns from his office, he falls foul of a plot by Thomas Cromwell (Leo McKern) to remove him permanently. The film won six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Scofield) and Best Writing, Screenplay Based On Material from Another Medium.
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