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The Seeds of Doom: Part Two 

With a killer Krynoid on the loose, the Doctor, Sarah and the last surviving member of the expedition concentrate on hunting it down, unmindful of Chase's men who, once they learn of the ... See full summary »

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Douglas Camfield
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Episode complete credited cast:
Tom Baker ... Doctor Who
Elisabeth Sladen ... Sarah Jane Smith
Tony Beckley ... Harrison Chase
John Challis ... Scorby
Mark Jones Mark Jones ... Arnold Keeler
Hubert Rees Hubert Rees ... John Stevenson
John Gleeson John Gleeson ... Charles Winlett
Michael McStay Michael McStay ... Derek Moberley
Kenneth Gilbert Kenneth Gilbert ... Richard Dunbar
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With a killer Krynoid on the loose, the Doctor, Sarah and the last surviving member of the expedition concentrate on hunting it down, unmindful of Chase's men who, once they learn of the second Krynoid pod (which always travel through space in pairs), work to obtain it and eliminate all possible witnesses. Written by statmanjeff

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UK

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English

Release Date:

7 February 1976 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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This episode was watched by 11.4 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

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Doctor Who: On any planet where the Krynoid gets established, all animal life is extinguished.
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Why couldn't all six part stories be this well paced?
27 January 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The story picks up pace, as the Krynoid runs wild, and Harrison Chase's desperation for the pod means nothing will stand in his way.

The Krynoid looks awesome, and the scenes of it walking across the snow look so good. It must be one of the darkest Doctor Who stories of all time. It is so incredibly bleak, the scenes where Scorby torments Sarah Jane, and leaves her at the mercy of the Krynoid are very dark.

I love John Challis as a comedy actor, a hugely funny man, this showed how good a straight actor he was, he was menacing.

It's not often six part serials have pace and energy, they tend to have a lull, none of that present here, this is so well paced. It moves very quickly. 10/10


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