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Monthly Archives: March 2013
As has been said elsewhere, the plot of The Aztecs is so good, that it’s not fair to do it the injustice of a three-sentence plot summary. It is the kind of story that a time travel-based-TV show like Doctor Who … Continue reading
Well, this was bound to happen sooner or later. Here we are at The Keys of Marinus, the first “bad” Doctor Who story. One of the weaker scripts and some of the more shoddy production values (speaking 1964-wise) of the … Continue reading
Like most fans born after this story’s last known airing, I know Marco Polo primarily through John Lucarotti’s 1985 novelization of his then 21-year-old scripts. I was just about 12 at the time and this was one of the first Doctor … Continue reading
So, this is interesting. The first season of Doctor Who aired pretty much concurrently with the final season of Twilight Zone. The Zone was at that point airing in a Friday night time-slot death spiral; The Edge of Destruction, Saturday at … Continue reading