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"Doctor Who" Rider from Shang-Tu (TV Episode 1964) Poster

(TV Series)

(1964)

Trivia

The master videotape was wiped by the BBC in 1967. No footage is known to survive. However, director Waris Hussein passed a complete set of telesnaps to the BBC archives in 2004.
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Telesnaps and extracts from the original soundtrack, are included as part of a 30-minute abridged reconstruction of the story "Marco Polo". This is included as part of "Doctor Who: The Beginning" DVD collection released in January 2006.
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This episode was watched by 9.4 million viewers on its original transmission.
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This episode takes place in China in 1289.
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This was the first of three William Hartnell historical serials that Tutte Lemkow would feature in, the others being Doctor Who: The Warlords (1965) and "The Myth Makers".
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