Doctor Who (1963)

Season 14 Episode 25

The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part Five

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Mar 26, 1977 on BBC
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The Doctor and his allies try to track down Weng-Chiang before he can activate the time cabinet and possibly destroy London.

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    Michael Spice

    Michael Spice

    Weng-Chiang

    Guest Star

    Trevor Baxter

    Trevor Baxter

    Professor Litefoot

    Guest Star

    Deep Roy

    Deep Roy

    Mr. Sin

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Revealing Mistake When the Doctor and Leela are in the opium den, the movement of Tom Baker's lips does not match the dialogue. (Apparently, lines referencing opium were censored).

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Litefoot: May I ask, sir, who you are?
        Jago: Confound your insolence! Announce me!
        Litefoot: Consider yourself announced, sir! I'm Litefoot.
        Jago: Why, dash me optics. I should have realized. That brow, those hands, England's peerless premier professor of pathology!

      • Jago: Keep off, you lot. I'm a tiger when my dander's up!

      • Leela: We must trap them in the crossfire, Doctor. Somewhere in the open where they cannot find cover.
        The Doctor: What sort of crossfire? Hazelnuts? Bread pellets?
        Leela: A house this size there must be protection. The professor will have weapons in fixed positions to guard the approaches.
        The Doctor: I brought you to the wrong time, my girl. You'd have loved Agincourt!

      • The Doctor: He's not only a scientific fool, he's an absent-minded one.
        Leela: Perhaps he has another "Eureka."
        The Doctor: No, "Eureka" is Greek for, "This bath is too hot."

      • Doctor: Eureka! Do you know what that is?
        Leela: You ask me so that you can tell me.

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