Doctor Who: The Sun Makers

The TARDIS, along with the Doctor, Leela and K-9, arrives on Pluto in the distant future. The time travellers discover the planet has a breathable atmosphere and enjoys heat from six small suns, but the humans who live there are taxed and exploited heavily for the privilege. When Leela is captured and sentenced to death, the Doctor must save his companion, as well as stopping the ruthless Company, before it is too late... Written by Robert Holmes.

Year: 1977
Genre: TV Cult, TV Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Horror, Television Shows
Country: UK
Director: Pennant Roberts
Starring: Tom Baker, Louise Jameson
Duration: 147 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains medium level violence.
Location in store: Cult (TV)



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