Doctor Who (1963–1989)
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The City Administrator is determined to destroy the Doctor and his friends and his paranoia prevents the Doctor's cure from being distributed.

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Frank Cox

Writer:

Peter R. Newman
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
William Hartnell ... Dr. Who
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright (credit only)
Carole Ann Ford ... Susan Foreman
Stephen Dartnell Stephen Dartnell ... John
Ilona Rodgers ... Carol
Peter Glaze Peter Glaze ... Third Sensorite
Arthur Newall Arthur Newall ... Fourth Sensorite
Eric Francis Eric Francis ... First Elder
Bartlett Mullins Bartlett Mullins ... Second Elder
Ken Tyllssen Ken Tyllssen ... First Scientist (as Ken Tyllsen)
Joseph Greig Joseph Greig ... Warrior (as Joe Greig)
Anthony Rogers Anthony Rogers ... Sensorite
Gerald Martin Gerald Martin ... Sensorite (as Gerry Martin)
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The City Administrator is determined to destroy the Doctor and his friends and his paranoia prevents the Doctor's cure from being distributed.

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This episode takes place in the 28th century. See more »

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As Ian and the Doctor look at some pictures, the shadow of a boom microphone can be seen moving across Ian's head. See more »

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The Sensorites: Part 5 - Slightly below average adventure with some good, interesting aspects

Review for all 6 parts:

This story has some good ideas and has its moments but overall it has too many flaws and less interesting parts to be anywhere near top quality classic Who.

The Doctor, Ian and Barbara are up to their usual well written standard and the story has very interesting aspects. The alien race The Sensorites (relatives of the Ood from 21st Century series of 'Doctor Who') are interesting as they at first seem very menacing but turn out to only have a few members of real menace with the majority being gentle and friendly. They are pretty well realised aliens, somewhat more three dimensional than your usual TV or movie alien race.

The adventure involves tension at times, trust issues and devious schemes and maintains some interest overall though it sometimes loses momentum and drags. It is good in some ways but has flaws in execution at times. A slightly below average adventure by classic Who standards, not among the best at all.

My Ratings: Episode 1 - 7.5/10, Episode 2 - 7/10, Episode 3 - 7/10, Episode 4 - 7.5/10, Episode 5 - 7/10, Episode 6 - 7.5/10


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 July 1964 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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