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The twist is a little long in coming, but there's other stuff to appreciate along the way.
Steven skeptical of the TARDIS being a time machine and the disbelief that they're actually in 1066 is a nice touch with his character so early in his development.
The sets and costumes are quite interesting, and the other characters in the story - the villagers and the Vikings - are pretty well developed.
when another time traveler goes back to 1066 to stop the Vikings from invading England the doctor, Vicki, and Steven most stop him from rewriting history. hint another tardis.Published 4 months ago by daryl drumheller
I'm not a big fan of this episode and the North American DVD certainly does not warrant a $100-$150.00 price tag, I don't care who is selling it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ferris Bueller
Doctor Who always lets us know we cannot change the past, we can only view it. That is good to knowPublished 19 months ago by Sandra Gass
If you are a Doctor Who fan you will like this DVD story is great but special effects are ok.Published 23 months ago by Pete
It was good to see the older Dr. Who series. They move at a much slower pace than current dr. Who's but it is interesting to see the history of the show.Published 23 months ago by Gary T. Payne
This is one of my favorites of the original Dr. Who, William Hartnell Era, perhaps because of the fact that it is a Viking Story. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Robert S. Trumpolt
The old Dr. Who is by far one of the best ongoing series on TV now. Give it a try.Published on February 19, 2012 by retiredfella
Only about 40 minutes of Dr. Who and it ended mid-story. Fun while it lasted, just did not complete the tale.Published on February 12, 2012 by BOBCATINAL
I liked this one because they finally introduce another Time Lord--and not a whinny one like Susan was. (And like Donna Noble says, "What do you call a female Time Lord? Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by S. Molina