Professor Keller has created a machine that can pacify even the most dangerous of criminals. But when the Doctor and Jo arrive at Stangmoor Prison for a demonstration, things start to go horribly wrong - especially when they discover that the Doctor's old enemy Master is responsible for the machine.
What could he possibly want from the criminals? And what connects him with an impending World Peace Conference?
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I hadn't seen Mind Of Evil before - other than a few excerpts - and was delighted. Stories longer than four parts sometimes drag a little but this is an above average six parter with all the regulars at the top of their game. 40 years on I think it stands up well, with a strong script and good production values - yes, they went over budget, but you can see, on screen, where the money was spent. The colour recovery of Episodes 2 to 6 is, generally, successful - even on the film sequences. There must be a subtle difference in the telerecordings of Ambassadors of Death as the colour in that is considerably more variable. Every fan of real-Who should have this on their shelf.
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