Doctor Who (1963)

Season 17 Episode 7

City of Death, Part Three

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Oct 13, 1979 on BBC
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The Doctor and Romana unwrap an intricate plot involving aliens, time travel and the Mona Lisa. How is Count Scarlioni living in two times at once? And what does he want?

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    Catherine Schell

    Catherine Schell

    Countess

    Guest Star

    Kevin Flood

    Kevin Flood

    Hermann

    Guest Star

    Pamela Stirling

    Pamela Stirling

    Louvre Guide

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    Julian Glover

    Julian Glover

    Count

    Recurring Role

    Tom Chadbon

    Tom Chadbon

    Duggan

    Recurring Role

    David Graham

    David Graham

    Kerensky

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Duggan: You don't seriously believe all this time-travel nonsense, do you?
        Romana: Do you believe wood comes from trees?
        Duggan: What do you mean?
        Romana: Well… it's just a fact of life one's brought up with.

      • Duggan [ referring to a dead security guard ]: Another alarm been immobilised.
        Romana: You've got a pretty cynical attitude to life, haven't you, Duggan?
        Duggan: Well, when you've been around as long as I have. How old are you, anyway?
        Romana: Hundred and twenty-five.
        Duggan: What?

      • The Doctor: If there's one thing I can't stand, it's being tortured by someone with cold hands.

      • Duggan: You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.
        Romana:: If you made an omelette, I'd expect to find a pile of broken crockery, a cooker in flames, and an unconscious chef!

      • Duggan: You know what I don't understand?
        Romana: I expect so.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The note that the Doctor leaves for Leonardo DaVinci is written backwards. This is a historic reference to the fact that Leonardo's actual handwritten notes and records are also recorded backwards in attempt to protect information from casual readers.

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