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"Doctor Who" The Three Doctors: Episode One (1972)

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There is much non-fatal gunplay. Numerous characters are thought to be disintigrated by the anti-matter creatures though they are revealed at the beginning of the next episode to actually be in another universe.

The bubble creatures may be frightening to young children. Older children and adults will just think them irredemably silly.


Certification:
UK:U / UK:PG (DVD rating)

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