Ace manages to transport the Doctor and the others back to Perivale but the Master is also there, preparing for a final showdown with the Doctor.
Did You Know?
Stunt legend Eddie Kidd
doubles for William Barton
in a motorcycle crash scene in part three. This led to the series' regular stunt arranger Tip Tipping
walking off the production, as Kidd was apparently not a member of the actors' union Equity. Tipping's anger was arguably misplaced, however. Margaret Thatcher
's government had abolished the requirement of performers to be Equity members earlier in 1988. In other words, Doctor Who
(1963) was not in violation of any then-current union regulations. Tipping's beef was really with the changes Thatcher - and not John Nathan-Turner
- had brought in. See more
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