Doctor Who (1963)

Season 14 Episode 24

The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part Four

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Mar 19, 1977 on BBC
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The Doctor and Leela attend Li H'Sen Chang's performance, hoping to confront the magician. But his master Weng-Chiang has other plans…

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    Dudley Simpson

    Dudley Simpson

    Orchestra Conductor (uncredited)

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    Michael Spice

    Michael Spice

    Weng-Chiang

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    Chris Gannon

    Chris Gannon

    Casey

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      • Chang: Lord, I have heard that the strange infidel, the Doctor, will be here soon. Is it still your wish that I should kill him?
        Weng-Chiang: I think it more likely that he will kill you.

      • Chang: Mr. Sin is… indisposed.
        Jago: Ho ho ho. Very droll. I shall tresure that exceedingly humorous jest, Mr. Chang. Oh, Mr. Chang. I suppose the little fellow has got a touch of wormwood, what?

      • [to Leela]
        The Doctor: I have an appointment at the Palace Theatre tonight. And if you're very good, I'll buy you an orange.

      • Jago: Well if you need any help, Doctor, I know where my duty lies.
        The Doctor: I knew I could count on you.
        Jago: To the limit. I suppose you've got your own men scattered throughout the audience?
        The Doctor: No.
        Jago: No? You mean nobody?
        The Doctor: Nobody. When the moment comes, Mr. Jago, you and I can face our destiny shoulder to shoulder.
        Jago: Oh, corks.

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