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The Mind Robber
Doctor Who, episode 45 (6.2)

Last Modified: 10 Jun 2012 09:29:08

         
Cast:
Patrick Troughton   IMDB   The Doctor
Fraser Hines   IMDB   Jamie McCrimmon
Wendy Padbury   IMDB   Zoe Herriot
Guest Cast:
Emrys Jones   IMDB   The Master
Hamish Wilson   IMDB   Jamie McCrimmon
Paul Alexander   IMDB   Soldier
John Atterbury   IMDB   Robot
David Cannon   IMDB   Cyrano
Ralph Carrigan   IMDB   Robot
John Greenwood   IMDB   D'Artagnan
John Greenwood   IMDB   Sir Lancelot
Ian Hines   IMDB   Soldier
Bernard Horsfall   IMDB   A Stranger
Bernard Horsfall   IMDB   Gulliver
Timothy Horton   IMDB   Child
Richard Ireson   IMDB   Soldier
Martin Langley   IMDB   Child
Sylvestra le Tozel   IMDB   Child
Barbara Loft   IMDB   Child
Christine Pirie   IMDB   Princess Rapunzel
Sue Pulford   IMDB   The Medusa
Christopher Reynolds   IMDB   Child
David Reynolds   IMDB   Child
Christopher Robbie   IMDB   Karkus
Philip Ryan   IMDB   Redcoat
Gerry Wain   IMDB   Blackbeard
Bill Wiesener   IMDB   Robot
Terry Wright   IMDB   Robot
Author:
Peter Ling   IMDB
Published
DVD   Doctor Who DVD #045: The Mind Robber
Teaser

Hurled into the Land of Fiction, the Doctor teams up with Rapunzel while Jamie and Zoe get lost in a good book.
Synopsis
To escape from the volcanic eruption on Dulkis, the Doctor uses an emergency unit which moves the TARDIS out of normal time and space. The travellers find themselves in an endless void, where they are menaced by White Robots.

Having regained the safety of the TARDIS, they believe they have escaped - until the ship suddenly explodes apart. They then find themselves in a land of fiction, where they are hunted by life-size clockwork soldiers and encounter characters like Rapunzel and Swift's Lemuel Gulliver.

This domain is presided over by a man known only as the Master - a prolific English writer from 1926 - who in turn is controlled by a Master Brain computer. Now the Master is desperate to escape and wants the Doctor to take his place, while the Master Brain plans to take over the Earth.

The Doctor engages the Master in a battle of wills using a variety of fictional characters. Zoe and Jamie meanwhile succeed in overloading the Master Brain and, in the confusion, the White Robots destroy the computer, finally freeing the Master.
Reviews

By The BBC on 08 Mar 2005 09:46:30

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