The Time Lords discover that the Master has stolen their secret file on the Doomsday Weapon and decide to send the Doctor to retrieve it for them. The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Jo to the desolate planet Uxarieus in the year 2472. There they become involved in a dispute between some beleaguered colonists and the crew of an Interplanetary Mining Corporation (IMC) spaceship over the ownership rights to the planet. The Doctor learns that the indigenous Primitives and their High Priests worship a large machine tended by a creature called the Guardian.
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As a Long time Doctor Who fan I can tell you, you will get a wonderful classic storyline with this DVD set. It looks for ist age and for a DVD.
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This latest DVD release leaves me divided in opinion over this particular edition from the Pertwee era of Dr Who. Its been cleaned up as a presentation of the original show, and picture quality is very good given the age of the production. There are some good ingredients such as the Master, and the Dr using the TARDIS again. But it is a long story which seems to be stretched to fill six episodes. Its fair to say its needed as part of the DVD collection of Dr Who, but is for the serious aficionado of the series.
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