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The Sun Makers: Part Four 

Attempting to start a successful revolution, the Doctor uses Pluto's Public Address System to announce successful revolution, all the while trying to determine the Collector's true species ... See full summary »

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Henry Woolf ...
Collector
David Rowlands ...
Jonina Scott ...
Marn
Roy Macready ...
Cordo
William Simons ...
Mandrel
Michael Keating ...
Goudry
Adrienne Burgess ...
Veet
Derek Crewe ...
Synge
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Attempting to start a successful revolution, the Doctor uses Pluto's Public Address System to announce successful revolution, all the while trying to determine the Collector's true species and why he, or it, seems set on taxing the life out of humans. Written by statmanjeff

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17 December 1977 (UK)  »

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At one point in scripting, the scene in which Leela is stunned when entering the large safe was to have been her death scene. However, the production team decided against killing Leela, in part because to have Tom Baker's Doctor shown grieving midway through a story would have been inappropriate both for the story and Baker's version of the character. See more »

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Doctor Who: Don't you think commercial imperialism is as bad as military conquest?
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Funny and good
2 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Very inventive episode. The Tardis ends up on Pluto, which is run by a corporation that drains every tellmar from the pockets of the workers. The Gatherer and the Collector are absolutely hilarious, and I think they had a great time doing this ep.

The Collector, the guy in charge, is a greedy, hunched over scifi accountant. He always looks like he is on the verge of a smile, like he is letting the audience in on the trick of his character.

The Gatherer, his subordinate, is the perfect corporate toadie, willing to do anything to make another tellmar.

At the end of the ep, Dr. Who is a bit snippy. He tells people to SHUT UP!!


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