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Doctor Who: Pyramids of MarsTV-14Closed Captioning

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When the TARDIS is infiltrated by a mysterious force, the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith are drawn off course to the turn of the 20th Century. But they discover that Dark forces threaten the future of Earth, and that no power in the universe has the power to stop it...

Customer Reviews

The Doctor & Sarah Jane, woah!

These are my favorite episodes! And yes, I agree that these need to be sorted by individual "Doctors" as the "season titles."

Classic Tom Baker "Who"

Fun plot, classic horror elements. Textbook Fourth Doctor adventure. Wish they'd get "Robot".

This is the bomb.

'Pyramids of Mars' is one of the best Doctor Who serials in its original, nearly 30-year run. It is the peak of the kind of gothic horror of the Philip Hinchcliffe (producer), Robert Holmes (script editor) era. This is actually written by Robert Holmes and another author under the pseudonym "Stephen Harris". Tom Baker is at his peak, Elisabeth Sladen is as well. Don't buy if you want space opera and robots, (although there are robots, hmmm), but if you want a pretty creepy story featuring ancient Egypt, an English manor house in the early 20th-century, and some Egyptian archaeological investigations gone horribly wrong, then I recommend you try it.