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The Power of Kroll: Part Three 

The Doctor, Romana and Rohm-Dutt are sentenced to death by the Swampies while the refinery crew try to work out a way to destroy Kroll.

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The Doctor, Romana and Rohm-Dutt are sentenced to death by the Swampies while the refinery crew try to work out a way to destroy Kroll.

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6 January 1979 (UK)  »

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The BBC's Head of Serials, Graeme MacDonald, was so unimpressed by the set designs in this story that he ordered that designer Don Giles was never to work on the series again. By coincidence, the episode includes a line of dialogue in which the Doctor criticises the decor of the Swampies' execution chamber and recommends its architect be fired. See more »

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Duller then swamp water, pass me the caffeine
20 August 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

One of the dryfoots has been carried off by Kroll. Rohm Dutt, Romana and the Doctor are sentenced do death, in what's quite an ingenious manner, Rohm Dutt is carried off, while the Doctor and Romana flee, only to come face to face with Kroll.

Did the cliffhanger fall a little flat, did any of us care that one of the bad guys was carried off? Have we got any connection of any kind with the members of the Survey team, the sooner they're all dragged off and eaten the better.

More random babbling by Tom, too much dialogue, too much running around.

It's criminal the part they've given Philip Madoc, he has virtually no character, just lots of shouting, John Leeson is thus far the best of the bunch.

The Marshy setting is thus far the best feature, the cast jumping about on it at least looks effective.

I cannot believe how boring this yawn fest is.....right now I'm hoping Kroll pulls them all under.


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