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The Space Museum - The First Doctor

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Dame Roger
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« on: October 29, 2010, 11:05:54 pm »

Just watched this for the first time last night. Another one that's far better than its reputation would suggest. Okay so it turns into a bit of a standard run-around-the-corridors-helping-the-nice-rebels-take-on-the-nasty-rulers-type yarn in the second half, but I loved the idea of the characters seeing the horrible fate that awaited them, then spending the whole rest of the story not knowing whether each thing they do is moving them closer to or further away from that fate.
Also rather a clever idea that they somehow manage to arrive on the planet before they arrive there then have to wait for themselves to turn up before they can start their adventure.
And also the way that it seemed as if the only reason the inept Moroks manage to stay in charge is because the rebels are even more hopeless than they are and can't start a revolution because they can't manage to open a door!

And, let's face it, who could possibly dislike a story where we see a giggling William Hartnell pop up out of a dalek?
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