The City Administrator is determined to destroy the Doctor and his friends and his paranoia prevents the Doctor's cure from being distributed.

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William Russell ...
Jacqueline Hill ...
Barbara Wright (credit only)
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Stephen Dartnell ...
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Ilona Rodgers ...
Carol
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Arthur Newall ...
Eric Francis ...
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The City Administrator is determined to destroy the Doctor and his friends and his paranoia prevents the Doctor's cure from being distributed.

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25 July 1964 (UK)  »

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This episode takes place in the 28th century. See more »

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The Sensorites: Part 5 - Average adventure with some good, interesting aspects
5 July 2014 | by (South Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

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This story is good and has its moments but overall it has too many flaws and less interesting parts to be top standard classic Who.

The Doctor, Ian and Barbara are up to their usual well written standard and the story has very interesting aspects. The alien race The Sensorites (relatives of the Ood from the 21st Century series of 'Doctor Who') are interesting as they at first seem very menacing but turn out to have a few members of real menace but many gentle and friendly members. They are pretty well realised aliens somewhat more three dimensional than your usual TV or movie alien race.

The adventure involves tension, trust issues and devious schemes and maintains interest overall though it sometimes loses momentum. It is good in many ways but has flaws in execution at times. A pretty average adventure, not among the best.


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