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Destiny of the Daleks [Doctor Who]

Destiny of the Daleks, starring Tom Baker, Lalla Ward
Destiny of the Daleks, starring Tom Baker, Lalla Ward Synopsis of Destiny of the Daleks The Doctor (Tom Baker) and the newly-regenerated Romana land on a strangely familiar planet and investigate the drilling that is going on there. The Daleks are searching for their creator, Davros (last seen in ‘Genesis of...
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Doctor Who: Logopolis [Tom Baker]

Doctor Who: Logopolis (1981) starring Tom Baker, Anthony Ainley, Matthew Waterhouse, Janet Fielding
Doctor Who: Logopolis (1981) starring Tom Baker, Anthony Ainley, Matthew Waterhouse, Janet Fielding The Master stows away on the Tardis as the Doctor embarks for Logopolis in search of a new chameleon circuit. Which leads to a final confrontation between the two Time Lords.
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Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom

Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom (1976) starring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen
Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom (1976) starring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen When two mysterious seed pods are unearthed in the Antarctic. And a crackpot millionaire commandeers one of them for his English garden. And Doctor Who and Sarah Jane are the only ones who can stop The...
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Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin

Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin, starring Tom Baker, Peter Pratt
Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin (1976), starring Tom Baker, Peter Pratt Synopsis of Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin – Gallifrey. Planet of the Time Lords. The Fourth Doctor has finally come home, but not by choice. Summoned by a vision from the Matrix, he is drawn...
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Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks

Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks, starring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter
Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks, starring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter I recently re-watched Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks courtesy of BBC-TV.  I’m glad to say that it reminded me why I fell in love with this TV series. It’s well-written, well-acted, with intelligent themes that make...
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