Doctor Who: Season 21, Episode 9

Frontios: Part Three (2 Feb. 1984)

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Trying to rescue the Doctor from the Tractator's trap, Tegan finds herself and the Doctor in even more trouble. Turlough goes a bit mad, and reckons he knows the evil of the Tractators from old.

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Janet Fielding ...
Mark Strickson ...
Peter Gilmore ...
Brazen
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Norna
William Lucas ...
Range
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John Gillett ...
Gravis
Maurice O'Connell ...
Cockerill
Alison Skilbeck ...
Deputy
Raymond Murtagh ...
Retrograde
George Campbell ...
Michael Malcolm ...
Stephen Speed ...
William Bower ...
Tractator (as William Bowen)
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Trying to rescue the Doctor from the Tractator's trap, Tegan finds herself and the Doctor in even more trouble. Turlough goes a bit mad, and reckons he knows the evil of the Tractators from old.

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Norna: Don't torture yourself. Nobody expects you to go back down there.
Turlough: No, of course they don't. I'm Turlough.
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