Doctor Who (1963)

Season 16 Episode 19

The Power of Kroll, Part Three

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Jan 06, 1979 on BBC
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The massive Kroll is awake and killing anyone in its path. And the Swampies are determined to appease it — by sacrificing the Doctor and Romana.

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    Glyn Owen

    Glyn Owen

    Rohm-Dutt

    Guest Star

    Carl Rigg

    Carl Rigg

    Varlik

    Guest Star

    Neil McCarthy

    Neil McCarthy

    Thawn

    Recurring Role

    John Abineri

    John Abineri

    Ranquin

    Recurring Role

    Philip Madoc

    Philip Madoc

    Fenner

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Camera Goof: During the execution scene, as Rohm-Dutt says "They want us all to return to Earth," there's an audible thud and the camera visibly wavers.

      • Continuity: The Doctor's galoshes disappear from time to time during the serial, most notably when he's being sacrificed to Kroll.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • The Doctor: Oh, you're not leaving. Aren't you going to stay and watch?
        Ranquin: We are not savages. Suffering is unpleasant to witness.
        The Doctor: It's even more unpleasant to experience.

      • Varlik: I tried to persuade Ranquin that only Rohm-Dutt deserved to be punished by the Seventh Ritual and you others should die by the First. That's very easy. They just throw you down the pit and drop rocks on you.
        Romana: Oh, thank you. It's nice to know who your friends are.

      • Dugeen: We were just trying to decide what [Kroll] would look like out of the water.
        Fenner: Very big and very ugly. What do you think it looks like?

    • NOTES (1)

      • To cover for a short running time for the episode, Norman Stewart included over two minutes of reprising material at the beginning of the episode.

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