Doctor Who (1963)

Season 14 Episode 1

The Masque of Mandragora, Part One

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Sep 04, 1976 on BBC
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The Masque of Mandragora, Part One
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Italy, 1492. Not realising the TARDIS has been infiltrated by the malevolent Mandragora Helix, the Doctor and Sarah arrive in the tiny duchy of San Martino. With the locals preoccupied by the struggle for the Dukedom, will the time travellers be able to resist a force that threatens to drag Earth into a new Dark age?moreless

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    Jon Laurimore

    Jon Laurimore

    Count Federico

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    Antony Carrick

    Antony Carrick

    Captain Rossini

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    Gareth Armstrong

    Gareth Armstrong

    Giuliano

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    Norman Jones

    Norman Jones

    Hieronymous

    Recurring Role

    Robert James

    Robert James

    High Priest

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    Tim Pigott-Smith

    Tim Pigott-Smith

    Marco

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      • Federico: Do you tell the future.
        The Doctor: Sometimes.
        Federico: Can you tell mine?
        The Doctor: No.
        Federico: Why?
        The Doctor: Because you don't have a future unless you listen to me.

      • Hieronymous: Now answer me this. What does it signify when Venus is in opposition to Saturn and a great shadow passes over the Moon.
        The Doctor: This is all a great waste of time.
        Federico: Answer him.
        The Doctor: Well, it depends, doesn't it?
        Hieronymous: On what?
        The Doctor: Well, on whether the Moon is made of cheese, whether the cock crows three times before dawn, and twelve hens lay addled eggs.
        Hieronymous: What school of philosophy is that?
        The Doctor: I can easily teach it. All it requires is a colourful imagination and a glib tongue.

      • Sarah Jane: Well just how big is the TARDIS?
        The Doctor: Well how big is big? Relative dimensions and you see, no constraints.
        Sarah Jane: That's not an answer
        The Doctor: How big are you at the moment?
        Sarah Jane: 5'4, just, and that's still not an answer.
        The Doctor: Listen, listen, there are no measurements in infinity. You humans have got such limited, little minds. I don't know why I like you so much.
        Sarah Jane: Because you have such good taste.
        The Doctor: That's true! That's very true.

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