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Dr Who and the Sea Devils

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Written by Malcolm Hulke.
The complete adventure in one programme starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who.
Now you can see again the whole of the Doctor's struggle against the Master and the strange creatures from the bottom of the sea.

Contributors

Writer: Malcolm Hulke
Title music: Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental music: Malcolm Clarke
Script editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: Tony Snoaden
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Michael Briant
Radio Operator: Neil Seiler
Telegraphist Bowman: Alec Wallis
Captain Hart: Edwin Richfield
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Jo Grant: Katy Manning
Robbins: Royston Tickner
Trenchard: Clive Morton
Master: Roger Delgado
Third Officer Jane Blythe: June Murphy
Hickman: Hugh Futcher
Clark: Declan Mulholland
CPO Smedley: Eric Mason
Cmdr Ridgeway: Donald Sumpter
Lt Cmdr Mitchell: David Griffin
Ldg Seaman Lovell: Christopher Wray
CPO Summers: Colin Bell
Lt Cmdr Watts: Brian Vaughan
Chief Sea Devil: Peter Forbes-Robertson
Walker: Martin Boddey
A/B Girton: Rex Rowland
CPO Myers: John Caesar

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Dr Who and the Sea Devils

BBC One London, 27 December 1972 15.05

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The Sunday Post: Missing - Believed Unscheduled 11 September 2016





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