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Doctor Who: The Reign Of Terror

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The TARDIS arrives in the midst of the French Revolution in the remastered soundtrack of a classic story starring William Hartnell, with linking narration by Carole Ann Ford.

'The events will happen, just as they are written...'

Materialising in a forest, the Doctor and his three companions discover themselves to be 12 kilometers from Paris. This is the 18th century, and Fra
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Published February 6th 2006 by BBC
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Dennis Spooner was an English television writer and script editor, known primarily for his programmes about fictional spies and his work in children's television in the 1960s. He had long-lasting professional working relationships with a number of other British screenwriters and producers, notably Brian Clemens, Terry Nation, Monty Berman and Richard Harris, with whom he developed several programm ...more
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