Doctor Who (1963)

Season 15 Episode 18

Underworld, Part Two

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Jan 14, 1978 on BBC
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After 100,000 years, the Minyans have found the long-lost P7E. But what awaits them on the ship, long buried in the core of a newborn planet?

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    James Maxwell

    James Maxwell

    Jackson

    Guest Star

    Alan Lake

    Alan Lake

    Herrick

    Guest Star

    Jonathan Newth

    Jonathan Newth

    Orfe

    Guest Star

    John Leeson

    John Leeson

    Voice of K9

    Recurring Role

    Jimmy Gardner

    Jimmy Gardner

    Idmon

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Continuity: During the Minyon exploration of the tunnels, the white marker placed on the rock appears and disappears. Herrick walks away from the rock, then is standing near it, then walks a distance away.

      • Revealing Mistake: The rock that Leela and the Doctor hide behind from the guards is remarkably soft and flexible.

      • Revealing Mistakes: On her way out of the ship, Leela brushes the doorway with her hip, making it flex.

      • Crew Visible: When the Minyons open and close the airlock door, a stagehand can be seen moving the door closed again.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • The Doctor: Did I ever tell you about the time I went to Aberdeen?
        Leela: Yes, the granite city.
        The Doctor: That's right. You know, the people there absorb more radiation from the granite then people who work every day in a nuclear power plant.
        Leela: Is that good for them?
        The Doctor: Well, of course it is. It shows that organism can adapt to any kind of environment, even one like this, with a high radiation content.

      • The Doctor: Physics isn't luck. Physics are fact. "are facts"? "is facts"?

      • The Doctor: Whatever blows, can be sucked.

    • NOTES (1)

      • A large part of this story was shot using Colour Separation Overlay (CSO), allowing the cave backgrounds to be added in post-production to save money. It was not judged a notable success.

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