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Book Title: Doctor Who Carnival of Monsters: Episode One|
Directors: Barry Letts
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Family, Sci-Fi
Release Date: 1973-01-27
Stars: Jon Pertwee,Katy Manning,Tenniel Evans
IMDb Rating: 7.7
Full movie description "Doctor Who Carnival of Monsters: Episode One":The Doctor attempts to test his new dematerialisation circuit by taking Jo to Metebelis Three but instead the TARDIS arrives in the hold of a 1920s cargo ship.
Reviews of the Doctor Who Carnival of Monsters: Episode OneThis serial marks the first occasion on which the Third Doctor is allowed to pilot the TARDIS under his own control. (For the reasons why he was exiled from Earth, and why his exile was eventually ended, see earlier episodes). Of course he ends up somewhere he did not expect to be; the Doctor losing control of the TARDIS was a common plot device in his adventures. At first he and Jo believe that they are still on Earth, to be precise on board a ship crossing the Indian Ocean in the year 1926. It soon transpires, however, that they are indeed on an alien planet, if not the one they were aiming for. They have actually materialised inside a miniscope, a machine that keeps miniaturised creatures, including humans, in miniaturised versions of their natural environments, and hence functions as a sort of miniature zoo. This miniscope has been transported by its owner, an interplanetary travelling showman named Vorg, to the planet Inter Minor.
One strand of the plot deals with the attempts of the Doctor and Jo to escape from the miniscope. The other strand deals with political intrigues on Inter Minor. The inhabitants of this planet are a race of grey-skinned beings who also dress all in grey and (if the ones we see here are a representative sample) have a rigid, pedantic, rule-bound bureaucratic mentality and a deep distrust of outsiders. Two members of the planet's ruling elite try to engineer the escape from the machine of the Drashigs, ferocious carnivorous monsters, hoping thereby to provoke a political crisis and the overthrow of the planet's President, whom they despise as too liberal.
The serial was written by Robert Holmes, who often tried to introduce some of his own political and ethical ideas into the programme. As in the Fourth Doctor adventure "The Sun Makers" he uses sci-fi as a vehicle to satirise British politics, and as in "The Two Doctors", which contained some pretty overt vegetarian propaganda, there is a clear "animal rights" agenda. The concept of the miniscope is used to ask questions about the ethics of keeping animals in zoos.
The special effects are not always convincing, especially during the scene in which the ship is attacked by a giant plesiosaur. (The miniscope can, apparently, bring together creatures from different periods in a planet's geological history). Few people, however, would watch the series for the sake of its special effects, and it must be said that the Drashigs are actually quite effective, a welcome addition to the gallery of "Doctor Who" monsters. Jon Pertwee is on top form and there are some well-realised minor characters, such as Leslie Dwyer's rascally Vorg. The plot is a complex one, but never difficult to follow, and Holmes's thought-provoking ideas add interest to the script. I have long thought that the Third Doctor's era was something of a golden age for "Doctor Who" and "Carnival of Monsters" is well up to standard.
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