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Doctor Who: The Mutants [DVD] by Jon Pertwee
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A planet's inhabitants are exploited by imperial humans.

Slow and unoriginal. The Doctor is passive. There's a lot of hanging out in mines. What is it with mining in classic Doctor Who? They were crazy about mines.

Concept: D
Story: F
Characters: C
Dialog: C
Pacing: D
Cinematography: C
Special effects/design: D
Acting: D
Music: D

Enjoyment: C minus

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When the strange message pod turns up at UNIT HQ, the Doctor and his assistant Jo suddenly involved in another dangerous mission for the Time Lords. The TARDIS takes them to Skybase One above the inhospitable Solos. It is the 30th century and the planet is about to gain independence from Earth's glorious empire. But someone on Solos has other plans and, alarmingly, the natives are slowly evolving into fierce-looking creatures. Contains bonus features.… (more)

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