Doctor Who (1963)

Season 14 Episode 15

The Face of Evil, Part Three

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Jan 15, 1977 on BBC
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The Face of Evil, Part Three
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The Doctor has broken through the barrier and found the Tesh. But he comes to an awful realization about Xoanon.

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    Brendan Price

    Brendan Price

    Tomas

    Guest Star

    Leon Eagles

    Leon Eagles

    Jabel

    Guest Star

    Mike Elles

    Mike Elles

    Gentek

    Guest Star

    David Garfield (II)

    David Garfield (II)

    Neeva

    Recurring Role

    Leslie Schofield

    Leslie Schofield

    Calib

    Recurring Role

    Pamela Salem

    Pamela Salem

    Xoanon

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Continuity: When Leela attacks the guard at the computer complex, his gun flies off down the hallway. Later, she stoops down and picks it up next to his body.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Leela: Doctor, what exactly is Xoanon?
        The Doctor: A machine that has become a living creature. An omniscient computer with schizophrenia — not a pretty thought, is it?

      • The Doctor: "Be thankful you're living, and trust to your luck, and march to your front like a soldier." Gertrude Stein.

      • The Doctor: When I was here before I programmed Xoanon for the Mordee. Unfortunately I forgot to wipe my personality print from the data core. Or did I really forget? I forget if I forgot.
        Leela: You're not making yourself very clear, Doctor.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Anthony Frieze, credited as one of the voices of Xoanon, was the young winner of a competition to visit the Doctor Who studios. Philip Hinchcliffe arranged for a recording of his voice to be made shouting 'Who am I?' for this episode's climax.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Doctor: "Be thankful you're living, and trust to your luck, and march to your front like a soldier." Gertrude Stein.
        The Doctor is (mistakenly attributing) Rudyard Kipling's The Young British Soldier.

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