Something has gone seriously wrong with Mars Probe 7. With no contact from the astronauts since the rocket started its return journey from Mars, Space Control is now extremely worried about the fate of the crew. A rescue mission recovers something - but whatever it is, it certainly isn't human. To find out what has happened to the astronauts, the Doctor must head into space without the Tardis...
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Something has gone seriously wrong with Mars Probe 7. With no contact from the astronauts since the rocket started its final decay in orbit. Dr Who is once again in the thick of it, there's loads of danger, yet what is that to a time lord who laughs in the face of alien presence. Watch it if you dare, this is Dr Who at his best. "YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!"
I love these early 70's Doctor Who shows - they have decent quality to them that is unreservedly timeless, and once you put this DVD disc in to play, you'll be there until the finish. Dr Who's Ambassador of Death is an exciting example of the new era of the series, which brought humour along with many slices of danger at every corner. You will be completely absorbed into the action of the show.