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  1. Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora (Story 86)
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  2. Doctor Who: The Masque of Mandragora (Story 86)

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A wave of Mandragora energy boards the Tardis on its way to 15th century Earth and threatens to undermine the Renaissance.

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Specifications

Country
USA
AspectRatio
1.33:1
AudienceRating
NR (Not Rated)
Binding
DVD
Brand
Warner Manufacturing
Director
Rodney Bennett
EAN
0883929098170
IsAdultProduct
IsEligibleForTradeIn
1
Label
BBC Home Entertainment
Manufacturer
BBC Home Entertainment
Model
883929098170
MPN
1000115412
NumberOfDiscs
1
NumberOfItems
1
PartNumber
1000115412
Publisher
BBC Home Entertainment
RegionCode
1
ReleaseDate
2010-05-04
Studio
BBC Home Entertainment
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Doctor Who has always been very good with stories the fans call "pseudo-historicals", meaning tales that take place in a historical setting, but involve science fiction concepts - such as "Pyramids of Mars", "The Talons of Weng-Chiang", and "The Curse of Fenric", to name just a few. This is another such story, but it has always been cast aside by most fans for more popular adventures.
In truth, though, it's a pretty entertaining yarn...Tom Baker and Lis Sladen are both very good, and plot - the idea that the Doctor has unwittingly brought a fearsome sentient energy to 15th century Italy - is unusual for this era of the programme. The historical costumes and sets are very nicely done, and most of the guest cast are believable in their roles. The only real problem is that it drags a bit in the last episode, and the final solution isn't totally satisfying.
This is perhaps not the best Tom Baker story out there, but it's an enjoyable one... Read more
One day I was surfing channel (in those ancient days when you did it by turning a knob standing next to the set.) when I spotted a fellow with curley hair and a long scarf in a little room that turned out to be an infinately big time machine that ended up in Italy in the era of Leonardo Da Vinci. I found it interesting but thought nothing of it till a few months later when I happened to catch the start of the very same episode again. This time I found out when it was on and my 25 year long love affair with Dr. Who began.
This episode started it all. We see the doctor in Italy battling a cult from the past and an intelligence from the future as they attempt to alter human history for their own ends. A great combination of humor, action and adventure. A pretty good description of the whole series.
Dr. Who fans you will enjoy the return to the backup control room which provides much more ambiance than the regular one.
I can't guarentee you'll fall in love with the... Read more
"How Big is Big?...."The Masque of the Mandragora, Season opener for the Fourth Doctor was surprisingly low key. We begin with the Doctor and Sarah in a TARDIS corridor having a conversation about his "enormous boot cupboard."

But as tame as the moment seems, it is one of the scenes I remember best from this story arc....up until this point very little of the TARDIS interior had been seen and here it is suggested how really huge it could be inside it's disguised form. Soon after this moment would be "called back to" in the chase through the TARDIS interior for "INVASION of TIME."

Another great thing about Masque is that is was another Dr. Who story set in Earth's past following the Third Doctor's isolation to Earth's "present" with UNIT (and some galactic yo-yoing towards the end of his tenure) it is good to have the Doc travel for these historical adventures again. This time the Doctor and Sarah are on Earth during the Italian Renaissance when the corrupt and... Read more
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