Doctor Who (1963)

Season 13 Episode 10

Pyramids of Mars, Part Two

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Nov 01, 1975 on BBC
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England, 1911. The TARDIS is drawn off-course and lands in the country house of archaeologist Marcus Scarman. But what did Scarman unearth on his last visit to Egypt, and how can the Doctor defeat his most powerful foe yet - Sutekh, the God of Destruction?

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    Bernard Archard

    Bernard Archard

    Marcus Scarman

    Guest Star

    Michael Sheard

    Michael Sheard

    Laurence Scarman

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    Peter Copley

    Peter Copley

    Dr. Warlock

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      • Lawrence Scarman: Do you mean the future can be chosen, Doctor?
        The Doctor: Not chosen. Shaped. The actions of the present fashion the future.
        Lawrence Scarman: So a man could change the course of history?
        The Doctor: To a small extent. It takes a being of Sutekh's almost limitless power to destroy the future.

      • Lawrence Scarman [on entering the TARDIS]: Great heavens. This is... unbelievable. Totally unbelievable.
        The Doctor: You're going to say it transcends all the normal laws of physics.
        Lawrence Scarman: I am. I mean it does. It's preposterous.
        The Doctor: Isn't it? I often think dimensional transcendentalism is preposterous. But it works.

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      • Lawrence Scarman [ of the TARDIS ]: I say, this is like something by that novelist chap, Mr. Wells!
        Lawrence is referring to the novelist H. G. Wells. His novella, The Time Machine, first published in 1895, is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of using a vehicle to travel purposefully through time.

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