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Why is the Master at Cambridge University going under the alias of Professor Thascales and why does a certain crystal that is shaped like a trident the key to his wicked plan to seize control of time itself and the ancient city of Atlantis in which becomes central in order for both the Doctor and Jo to stop him.
This is a nice little story where towards the end we see The Doctors Tardis inside The Masters one and when he gets fed up of listening to The Doctor babbling on flicks a switch to turn him off, great banter between both Jon and Roger Del Gado and this may not be as memorable as others does not deserve the criticism it gets along with the other 2 stories in this boxset.
This is worth watching alone to see Sgt Benton being turned back into a baby when the time machine goes to far when he puts his hand on it.
We have Commentary with John Levene (Sgt Benton) Susan Penhaligon (Lakis) Barry Letts (Producer) Marion McDougall (Production Assistant) with writers Graham Duff, Phil Ford, Joe Lidster and James Moran moderated by Toby Hadoke
All the usual extras are included on this dvd. ** ** ** Underworld
The Tardis materialises on board the R1C spacecraft which is flying at the very edge of the known universe and the Doctor, Leela along with K9 meet Jackson and his crew who only have one mission and that is to recover the Minyan race banks from the ship that left their planet centuries earlier but with it being an old spacecraft it is quite slow so the Doctor hooks up K9 to the controls and with his extra power the ship goes alot faster and they are closer to the P7E and the newly formed planet.
Jackson and crew quote they must continue their quest and with the Doctor, Leela and K9's help they succeed.
This is notable for the major use of what was bluescreen back then as Tom, Louise and all the other actors had nothing concrete in front of them when it looks like they are underground in caves, and this was very new technology in its infancy and they do an incredible job.
Commentary with Tom Baker (The Doctor) Louise Jameson (Leela) and co-writer of this story Bob Baker.
Into the Unknown takes a look at how complex this story was to make by talking to the cast and crew and is good insight for those who complain that CGI is rubbish compared to today, you have to take the decade it was made and the money they had into consideration..
All the usual extras are included on this dvd. ** ** ** The Horns Of Nimon
The Tardis crashes into a spaceship heading for the planet of Skonnos and The Doctor, Romana and K9 come across some people being held in the cargo area and discover that they are sacrifices for a powerful creature with horns called the Nimon and have to prevent them being killed but they find once they land on Skonnos and enter where the Nimon is they find it not so easy to find their way back through the powerful labrinyth as the walls keep changing but thankfully with K9 and his doggy instincts manages to get them to safety.
Having never seen this story until now never knew that before she did Blue Peter Janet Ellis is acting here as a character called Teka and for those who loved the comedy show Waiting For God we get a very young looking Graham Crowden as Soldeed giving a great over the top performance that is required for this show as the one who is out for all he can get and take no prisoners after making a deal with the Nimon.
We get commentary from Lalla Ward (Romana) Janet Ellis (Teka) Graham Crowden (Soldeed) and the writer of this story Anthony Read.
Who Peter - Partners In Time is a nice little documentary that looks at the special relationship that Blue Peter and Doctor Who have had over the years since the show started and how it endures even to the present day.
Their are the usual extra features as well on this dvd. ** ** This is a nice set of stories to add to your collection of classic who and well worth the money.
As I am a fan of the first 7 Dr Who's anyway (I was born in 1961) and am trying to replace the first 7 Dr Who's on DVD, I don't mind getting "Underworld" and "The Horns of Nimon" along with the "Time Monster". I have got all of the Pertwee Stories apart from the "Five Doctors" which I shall be obtaining in the future!
I personally prefer the Dr Who stories format then to what they are now!