Doctor Who: Dreamland (2009)

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 The Doctor (6 episodes, 2009)
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 Cassie Rice (6 episodes, 2009)
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 Colonel Stark (6 episodes, 2009)
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Doctor Who and Area 51
10 November 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

During the semi-hiatus in the Nuwho series between seasons four and five, Russell Davies wrote four episodes for David Tennant and a couple of cartoon serials were produced. In this one, Tennant's Doctor tackles Area 51 in the 1950s, where (when?) they have some real flying saucers and aliens to deal with.

The story is a good Who and it is very pleasant to see the Doctor back in serial format, but while Phil Ford's script is up to standard, the animation is a bit bizarre -- advanced, but a bit caricaturish, and Tennant's voicing seems a bit off for the first two episodes.

I suspect that everyone thought that this one was for the kids and went that way, ignoring the fact that DOCTOR WHO is always for children. Still, the good script and the pleasure of Tennant's Doctor on any terms makes this a very pleasant experience for all fans of the show.


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