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Doctor Who: The 50th Anniversary Collection 17 Seasons

Season 19
4.4 out of 5 stars (50) IMDb 8.5/10

Peter Davison begins as the fifth Doctor in Season 19, along with Adric (Matthew Waterhouse), Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) and Tegan (Janet Fielding).

Starring:
Tom Baker, William Hartnell

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1. Earthshock: Part 1

Earth, 2526. A palaentological expedition has been horrifically slaughtered by an unseen force and a squad of soldiers is investigating... just as the TARDIS lands in the area.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: March 8, 1982

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2. Earthshock: Part 2

Deadly androids. A massive bomb. Who is behind the attacks in the caves? The Doctor follows the clues to a freighter in deep space, where an old enemy awaits...

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: March 9, 1982

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3. Earthshock: Part 3

Accused of murder, the Doctor must persuade the crew of an Earth freighter to change course -- before the slumbering menace in their hold awakes.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: March 15, 1982

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4. Earthshock: Part 4

A massive Cyberman invasion force is determined to strike Earth. The Doctor works to defeat them... but victory may come at a terrible cost.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: March 16, 1982

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13. The Visitation: Part 1

Through some fluke, the Doctor and Tegan arrive in the 17th century, where they discover three Terileptil prison escapees who are trying to destroy life on the planet with an enhanced version of the great plague.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: February 15, 1982

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14. The Visitation: Part 2

Part 2 of "The Visitation".

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: February 16, 1982

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15. The Visitation: Part 3

Part 3 of "The Visitation".

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: February 22, 1982

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16. The Visitation: Part 4

Part 4 of "The Visitation".

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 23, 1982

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(As an aside: Amazon shows these episodes, for no good reason, in the wrong order. I recommend watching The Visitation first.)

Earthshock, in particular, is heartbreaking for its missed potential. I doubt anyone will be worried about spoilers this many years later, but just in case. SPOILER WARNING.

Adric is seriously not very well treated in these episodes, but his death is probably the least well done "death of a recurring character" I've ever seen. I could think of a half dozen ways they could have trivially improved it changing only the last ten minutes of the last episode. The Visitation isn't bad, but isn't as tight as a number of other episodes of Classic Who. On the whole, these episodes just support my theory that only mediocre Classic Who ends up as free streaming.
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If you are a fan of the classic episodes, these will just make your day. Of course, everyone has their favorite Doctor, and if you can remember back that far, this one will bring back fond memories. (My favorite has always been Tom Baker, but I enjoy them all for what they are.)
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Unfortunately, I broke in with the modern Dr. Who. These classic episodes are good but compared to the newer ones (Christopher Eccelston and forward) they tend to be simplistic. Also, the fact that they are always 3 to 6 episodes to a story makes them tedious to watch at times. Finally, the development of the Dr. Who character leaves you watching a lot of unsuccessful experimentation. Again, I was spoiled by the fully realized Doctor and disappointed with some of the earlier attempts. I did enjoy the earlier seasons but not nearly to the extent I love the later ones.
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I loved the beginning of the story. Peter Davison is a brilliant actor alongside his co-stars. The cliffhanger and mystery of who were controlling the deadly androids left me wanting more.
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I feel this is one of Davison's best episodes.

Having been introduced to Tom Baker back on PBS in the early 80's, I couldn't feel enthusiastic about Davison's Doctor. But seeing these again for the first time in over 20 years I feel he did a wonderful turn as the Doctor. He was just different, that is all.

I do remember enjoying this one, though, though I actually liked Adric's character and didn't think it was great that he died.

I will have to watch more of his shows now.
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These episodes were the first that I have seen of this Doctor, the episodes are short, appproximately 25 minutes each, but entertaining. The story arc and the special effects are good, definitely dated but still enjoyable. I viewed these for free with my Prime membership, and I would recommend it to any other Prime members.
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Peter david son is good as who, he is not the best and hes not the worst. What i hate was the last season of baker and starts with davidson is the awful clownly outfits. But the stories are not bad in the start of the early 80s. Davidson had a hard shoe to fill after Tom baker, but he still did a good job. So if you have not seen these, you should.
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The Doctor for season 19 is solid but the acting of the supporting cast is not very strong. The weak female's are really a throwback to the 1960s. Even with the relatively weak acting both Earthshock and The Visitation are classic earth time-travel episodes and are worth watching.

Do notice the original run dates. Amazon currently has them out of order. The Visitation is story 119 (Feb 1982) and Earthshock is 121 (March 1982). So be sure to watch them in order.
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