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The site also noted that the video sequences looked better than the scenes shot on film.
The story is simple- a traditional English town is under attack from the demon Azel, summoned by The Master, posing as a vicar.
It is a very good story, but I feel the resolution to the conflict with the baddies was a bit rushed.
Story #59 of DOCTOR WHO, "The Daemons" (1971), with Jon Pertwee as THE DOCTOR and Katy Manning as JO GRANT is an A- (4.75 stars). Read morePublished 4 months ago by KnightReader
Coming to this as someone who is watching these episodes for the first time, the problems with these episodes are many.
The biggest one in my opinion is the Master. Read more
Pertwee is an interesting Doctor, and he is, I believe, the one who goes head-to-head with the Master the most. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Chevy
I will skip the plotline again I am sure you have read it.
2 Disk's: Video and audio on both disks is very good. Read more
This is certainly a memorable story and I understand that it the favorite of John Pertwee. Unlike some other reviewer I enjoy the technical exchange about how to scientifically get... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Grant A. Barbey
It was a special treat for me when they released The Daemons on dvd as at least one scene was filmed in one of my best friend's gardens in the village of Aldbourne... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Beth Rainbow-Moonchild
Oh how I wish I were alive in the 1970s, and a little kid living in the United Kingdom, who watched Doctor Who regularly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Renfield
I really enjoy this episode of Jon Pertwee's Doctor. It is geat fun. A well told story influenced by folk tales and Nigel Kneale stories it combines folklore with sci fi nicely. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pulpman
While it might not be my favorite story, this is still a classic and I especially appreciated the Unit Files special features. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Paul J.