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May 14th, 2000 no comments

Doctor Who and the Pescatons LP

lp-pescatonsDoctor Who and the Pescatons
Narration by Tom Baker

Dr. Who — Tom Baker
Sarah Jane — Elisabeth Sladen
Zor— Bill Mitchell
Written by Victor Pemberton

“DR. WHO” theme composed by Ron Grainer and performed by the B.B.C. Radiophonic Workshop.

Incidental music composed and played by Kenny Clayton.

A lonely stretch of beach at night, a slithering sound approaching from the sand-dunes nearby, and a roar to chill the hearts of even the most hardened followers of B.B.C. T.V.’s timeless space hero DOCTOR WHO, begins a Science Fiction adventure to thrill young and old alike.

The Doctor and his companion SARAH JANE battle against some of the most heinous foes to emerge from the outer Universe: The PESCATONS. The Doctor finds himself in the capital city of London, where the population is bewildered and trembling beneath the violent onslaught of a merciless invader.

Who or what is the mighty ZOR, whose green slanting luminous eyes glare out from the dark of night like giant emeralds? What is the powerful alien force that is bringing Earth’s civilization to a standstill, threatening to annihilate everything in its path?

This is the story of a dying Planet, of a Deadly Weed, and of the merciless Creatures themselves. It is a Challenge to the Doctor — a frightening race against time ……

Voices recorded at Argo Studios, London. Directed by Harley Usill. Engineer: Kevin Daly.
Effects and music recorded at Molinare Studios, London, and Electrophon Studios, London.
Directed by Don Norman. Engineers Robert Parker and Brian Hodgson.
Produced by Don Norman.


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