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Doctor Who: The Mind Robber

Escaping from a volcanic eruption on the planet Dulkis, the Doctor is forced to use the TARDIS' Emergency Unit, which takes the craft out of normal time and space... and out of reality itself! The time-travellers arrive in a mysterious world peopled by fictional characters - Gulliver and Rapunzel, D'Artagnan and Sir Lancelot - but also by creatures from mankind's worst imaginings... Written by Peter Ling.

Year: 1968
Genre: TV Cult, TV Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Horror, Television Shows
Country: UK
Director: David Maloney
Starring: Patrick Troughton, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury
Duration: 172 Minutes
Rating: G
8.7/10
Location in store: Cult (TV)

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