Doctor Who: Carnival of MonstersClosed Captioning
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It is 1926 and the Doctor and Jo arrive on board the SS Bernice, a small cargo ship in the Indian Ocean. But is all that it seems? As strange world intermingle and collide, it becomes clear that the TARDIS crew are trapped inside some sort of hideous entertainment machine.
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Carnival of delight!
The best (all right, perhaps the second best) Doctor, some fun encounters (including a pre-Harry Sullivan Ian Marter) and all the production values of early seventies Who - fabulous! What's not to like? Well, the music is as annoying in this as many of the Pertwee Whos. And those shaky sets and 1970s camera tricks are pretty awful. But then this was made in the days when the Beeb didn't actually like 'Doctor Who' all that much and certainly didn't think of it as a cash cow. Now there's an idea - a time machine that takes the budget of New Who back to the prog's golden age... wow!!!! Anyway enjoy!
Good but a bit dragged out. Good storyline.
Not a classic, but one for the collection.
An interesting premise, but not one I personally consider to be a classic. Nice and watchable though and great to have in the collection. Not a bad price either!