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Doctor Who: EP. 109 - Shada

Doctor Who: EP. 109 - Shada

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New to DVD! Digitally remastered DOCTOR WHO classic Shada! Written by Douglas Adams as his final contribution to DOCTOR WHO, Shada was envisaged as a Time Lord story without a Gallifreyan setting. It sees the Doctor bringing Romana to present-day Earth to visit Professor Chronotis, an elderly Time Lord who absconded from Gallifrey and now lives a quiet academic life at St Cedd's College in Cambridge. Also seeking Chronotis is a scientist called Skagra who has a device, in the form of a floating sphere, with which he intends to steal the Professor's mind and thereby learn the location of a book entitled the Worshipful and Ancient Law of Gallifrey. Skagra eventually succeeds in obtaining the book, which has been borrowed from the Professor's study by a student named Chris Parsons. He then kidnaps Romana and hijacks the TARDIS.

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    Title: Doctor Who: EP. 109 - Shada
    Genre: British-Sci-Fi, Television
    Starring: Daniel Hill, Denis Carey, Lalla Ward, Tom Baker, Laila Ward, Christopher Neame, Victoria Burgoyne
    Director: Pennant Roberts
    Attributes: 2 Pack, 2PC
    Release Date: 1/8/2013
    Original Year: 1979
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000346968
    UPC: 883929282241
    Item #: 466235X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 1/8/2013
    Closed Caption: Yes
    Run Time: 109 minutes
    Studio: BBC Warner