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The Curse of Fenric: Part Three 

The Doctor and his friends come under attack from the Haemavores, allowing Millington to retrieve the flask containing Fenric's essence.

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The Doctor
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Ace
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Commander Millington
Nicholas Parsons ...
The Rev. Mr. Wainwright
Tomasz Borkowy ...
Captain Sorin (as Tomek Bork)
Peter Czajowski ...
Sgt. Prozorov (as Peter Czajkowski)
Marek Anton ...
Vershinin
Joann Kenny ...
Jean
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Phyllis
Stevan Rimkus ...
Captain Bates
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Sgt. Leigh
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Perkins
Cory Pulman ...
Kathleen Dudman
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Nurse Crane
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The Doctor and his friends come under attack from the Haemavores, allowing Millington to retrieve the flask containing Fenric's essence.

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8 November 1989 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Doctor chants the names of his former companions to ward off the Haemovores. Although the sound mix renders many of them unintelligible, names that can be heard include: Susan, Barbara, Vicki and Steven. See more »

Goofs

Ace fights a pair of Haemovores on the roof of the church, during which the mask of one of the actors becomes dislodged from the neck of his costume. The Haemovores also drop out of character during the fight, emitting very human sounds of grunting as they are attacked (in contrast to the inhuman, post-production sounds of pain they otherwise make in this serial). See more »

Quotes

Fenric: We play the contest again, Time Lord.
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References The Terminator (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Incidental Music (1989)
Written and Performed by Mark Ayres
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