Doctor Who: Seven Keys to Doomsday

Doctor Who Seven Keys to Doomsday A special audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stage play from the s A newly regenerated Doctor takes his young companions Jenny and Jimmy to the desolate world of Karn There they must face terrif

A special audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stage play from the 1970s.A newly regenerated Doctor takes his young companions, Jenny and Jimmy, to the desolate world of Karn There they must face terrifying monsters, and brave fiendish traps to locate seven crystal keys.If they fail in their task, the Doctor s arch enemies, the Daleks, will unleash their evil upon the entirA special audio adaptation of the Doctor Who stage play from the 1970s.A newly regenerated Doctor takes his young companions, Jenny and Jimmy, to the desolate world of Karn There they must face terrifying monsters, and brave fiendish traps to locate seven crystal keys.If they fail in their task, the Doctor s arch enemies, the Daleks, will unleash their evil upon the entire Universe
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    Published :2018-03-25T19:01:40+00:00

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  • Steven Shinder says:

    This audio is based on a play from December 9, 1974. It was conceived with Third Doctor Jon Pertwee in mind, but the production could not afford both him and the Daleks. Fourth Doctor Tom Baker could not appear since the production of Doctor Who season 12 had a conflicting schedule. As an alternative, Trevor Martin, who played a renegade Time Lord called The War Chief in season 6 serial The War Games, was brought in. He was disguised as Jon Pertwee as The Doctor got injured and regenerated into [...]

  • Dione Basseri says:

    A little disconcerting to have a new Doctor at the very beginning of an audio play--surely it could have been rewritten for an existing Doctor?--but overall okay. The play begins with a brother and sister attendinga play. Which they suddenly find themselves in as they rescue an injured old man, who turns into another old man before their eyes! They find themselves whisked off to an adventure that reminds one of Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, with the Doctor and his two new companions tryin [...]

  • Christopher Buchanan says:

    I'd heard mention of this and always lamented that I'd never see it. I'm glad they made an audio of it. Not quite the same but at least now I know. This was probably a really fun show judging from the sound of it and some of the of the descriptions in the extras. However, as an audio, it really just kind of feels like a standard Doctor Who story. However, the novelty of an alternate 4th Doctor and companions and the foreshadowed elements of Karn and The Key to Time do make it quite interesting. [...]

  • Nicholas Whyte says:

    nwhytevejournal/1174466ml#cutid1[return][return]Seven Keys to Doomsday, by Terrance Dicks, has the Doctor acquiring two new companions, regenerating into Trevor Martin, and then going on a rather pointless quest to find seven bits of crystal which fit together to form a mystical key. It obviously inspired the Key to Time season a few years later, but I think it looked better than it sounds.

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