Doctor Who (1963)

Season 10 Episode 14

Frontier in Space, Episode Six

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Mar 31, 1973 on BBC
8.9
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Frontier in Space, Episode Six
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The Doctor finally has a chance to unmask the Master's conspiracy to set the Galaxy at war. But who is the Master really working for?

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  • The Doctor is able to stop of full-scale war between the Draconians and Earth...

    6.0
    This story could have been great - but it is too greatly padded out. Much of the story has Jo and the Doctor being caught/kidnapped by Earth's forces, the Draconians, the Orgons, the Master and the Daleks. It happens so many times and they placed in so many jails, that by the end of the story you become bored. Maybe the basic story of Earth/Draconians not trusting each other and wanting to go to war is too simple - and the added part with the Master/Daleks/Orgons should add spice but is poorly written. On the other hand, the costume for the Draconians is fantastic and they really look like an alien species. And the Doctor is given some dialogue which hints at another off-screen adventure with the Draconians. Jo gets the best scene where she holds firm when the Master tries to hypnotise her and then he tries to terrorize with images! And the final scenes with the Doctor being hurt is one of the few scenes where we have some sort of realistic wound on the Doctor. Could have been much better overall...moreless
Peter Birrel

Peter Birrel

Draconian Prince

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Ramsay Williams

Ramsay Williams

Congressman Brook

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Stanley Price

Stanley Price

Pilot of Space Ship

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Roger Delgado

Roger Delgado

The Master

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Vera Fusek

Vera Fusek

President of Earth

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Michael Hawkins

Michael Hawkins

General Williams

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