The Tardis arrives in the future on the planet Pluto where there are now six suns, a breathable atmosphere and a large industrial community. The Company controls the planet and exploits the workers, pays them a pittance and then taxes them on everything imaginable. The Doctor and Leela join forces with an underground band of rebels led by a man named Mandrel.
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Not out and out classic Tom Baker period Doctor Who but still a great story. Writer Robert Holmes gets his revenge on the taxman with this witty and scathing tale on corporate greed. All around the acting is of a high quality and I even enjoyed the rubbish guards. The jokes were great, the best being a matter-of-fact but hilarious 'comeuppance' for one of the characters.
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The Sunmakers is another classic from the penmanship of script writer Robert Holmes. Full of witty characterisations and pithy dialogue. Not only that but it's got Tom Baker at his peak and Leela and K9.
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