In the final days of Earth, The Tardis lands on a massive spaceship carrying the last members of the human race to a new home beyond the solar system. The humans are not out of danger, however, as a deadly plague emerges from the most unlikely of sources; the common cold carried by the Doctor's companion, Dodo.
Put on trial for their lives, the Tardis crew must find a way to repair the damage they have unwittingly caused - and face up to the devastating consequences...
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Great adventure, in which the Doctor (played by William Hartnell in all his finger-twitching, lapel-tugging glory) and his two assistants, Steven (later Blue Peter host Peter Purves) and Dodo (Jackie lane) visit a space craft carrying the last survivors of Earth on a very long-haul journey to find a new home. Dodo sneezes and the cold she's carrying almost causes a genocide - allowing the one-eyed, beatlewig-wearing Monoids to take over and enslave humanity. Great adventure, with bundles of extras and as ever, the production subtitles are very informative. One for 'Who' fans - young or old !
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Its a long time since I've seen The Ark and it's a lot better than I remember. Some great performances, a lovely shock ending to episode two, and a lovely print of the episodes. A nice couple of extras make this a treat for fans of early Who.
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