K-9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend (1981 TV Movie)
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One time companion of the Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith returns to Earth and carries on with her journalist career. Now, in 1981, she has managed to rebuild her career and has come, a matter of days before Christmas, to her aunt Lavinia's (a famous scientist) house in the sleepy English village of Moreton Harwood to write a book and to rest after her world-travelling assignments. However, her journalist's nose sniffs out another mystery when she arrives to find Aunt Lavinia gone, and nobody knows where she is, but the local rumour is that she was the victim of a local witch coven. Worshipers of a pagan goddess Hecate gather to celebrate a festival by ritually murdering a friend of Sarah's. She needs help - and she gets it from a box from her friend "The Doctor." Inside the box is a metal robotic but almost human-like talking dog called K-9 that is built for Sarah Jane personally and together Sarah and K-9 sets out to solve the mystery and stop the killing of Sarah's friend.
The year is 1981. Some years have passed since journalist Sarah Jane Smith ended her adventures in time and space with The Doctor and resumed her career as an investigative journalist. Days before Christmas, Sarah goes to visit her Aunt Lavinia's house in the village of Moreton Harwood, where Sarah is planning to stay, having decided to write a book and rest from her worldwide reportership. But Aunt Lavinia has mysteriously vanished, and nobody in the village knows what has happened to her. Sarah finds The Doctor has left her a special gift, a mobile computer named K-9 Mark 3. With help from K-9, Sarah sets out to discover Aunt Lavinia's fate, only to learn that her aunt has become the victim of a pagan cult that worships the ancient goddess Hecate, and is responsible for a number of killings. Can Sarah and K-9 save the day and solve the mystery?
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