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The TARDIS arrives some ten million years in the future on a giant spaceship carrying all the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (much of it miniaturised and in suspended animation) on a 700 year voyage to a new home on the planet Refusis II. Dodo is suffering from a cold - an unknown affliction in this era - and as the human Guardians of the ship and their servant race the Monoids have no resistance, a plague breaks out.

The Guardians place the travellers on trial and Steven is forced to defend them against allegations that they spread the disease deliberately. Fortunately, the Doctor finds a cure. The TARDIS leaves the spaceship, which Dodo has nicknamed the Ark, only to arrive back there as it is approaching the end of its voyage. Partly as a result of the earlier plague, the Monoids have now grown strong and enslaved the humans.

They plan to make Refusis II their own but, with the help of the invisible Refusians, the Doctor is able to persuade the two races to live together in peace.

Special Features

  • Commentary by Peter Purves (Steven), Michael Imison (director), and Toby Hadoke (Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf)
  • All’s Wells That Ends Wells A new documentary exploring the influence of H. G. Wells on Doctor Who
  • One Hit Wonder What gives a monster staying power?
  • Riverside Story Peter Purves returns to Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, home to numerous 1960s Doctor Who stories
  • Radio Times Billings (PDF DVD-ROM – PC/Mac)
  • Production Information Subtitles
  • Programme Subtitles
  • Photo Gallery
  • Coming Soon Trailer
  • Digitally remastered picture and sound quality This story was originally broadcast on BBC1 between 5th March – 26th March 1966

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One of the Best Realised Stories of the Third Season. 27 janvier 2011
Par Phil Benfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Even if The Ark doesn't quite fulfil its promise of delivering on the deeper themes at work, it's still entertaining, and what's more, is one of the best realised stories of the third season. Of course, this tale would be outstripped by its more popular stablemate "The Ark In Space", with its similar ideas of Earthlings escaping disaster. But despite this, The Ark is a clever little tale that manages to be boosted by its presentation and (for the time) swanky production values.

1 disc, 97 minutes, 4 episodes, full frame video, English mono audio, English subtitles, $24.98 SRP

Audio Commentary with Peter Purves ("Steven") and Michael Imison (director)

"All's Wells That Ends Wells" - A feature on the influence of writer H.G. Wells on the series

"One Hit Wonder" - On what makes a successful monster

"Riverside Story" - Touring old production haunt Riverside Studios

Photo Gallery

PDF materials: Radio Times Listings

Production Notes Subtitle Option
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Buy this average story from the William Hartnell years for the Special Features 15 août 2011
Par buckbooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"The Ark" was a workmanlike production from the middle of William Hartnell's third season as the Doctor, perhaps a bit more expansive than most because it was taped at the more spacious Riverside Studios instead of cramped Lime Grove, where monsters or aliens were usually attacking the Doctor in isolated space stations and similarly limited locales.

The Doctor, Steven and Dodo land in what appears to be a jungle habitat for a London zoo but is actually part of a spaceship from 10 million years in the future carrying the human race, their slaves the Monoids, and Earth's animals to a new home planet, Refusis II, after Earth's destruction. The journey will take 700 years.

Dodo infects the ship's passengers with the common cold, unleashing a deadly plague that threatens to wipe out the humans as well as the Monoids. Once the Doctor narrowly resolves this crisis, he and his companions leave the Ark only to find the TARDIS has returned them to the same ship hundreds of years later. Now the once-docile Monoids have turned the tables, enslaving Earth's humans just as they are about to colonize Refusis.

The two-part nature of the story is clever enough, but the ludicrous design of the Monoids prevents them from posing any credible threat to the humans: picture an actor in a full-length rubber suit that binds the legs together like Morticia's in The Addams Family, with an oversized Beatles wig on his head that covers everything but his mouth, which contains a ping-pong ball painted to look like an eyeball. (Meanwhile, because the actor's mouth is full of eyeball, his lines have to be spoken by another actor off-camera.)

This DVD is still worth a look, though, for its Special Features, which include "All's Wells That Ends Wells," a brief documentary tracing H.G. Wells' influence on Doctor Who and this story in particular, and "Riverside Story," a tour of Riverside Studios, with Peter Purves ("Steven") and British television critic Matthew Sweet.
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Wonderful Concepts 3 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
The idea of having this story take place over 700 years (or whatever it was) was a clever idea. It really demonstrated how much the Doctor interferes. (The Valeyard should have used this story for his evidence against the Doctor!)
I really liked the invisible people as well. It was entertaining, witty, and a wonderful buy.
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Two Stories Pretending To Be One 14 mars 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
(Note: Warning! Spoilers ahead!)"The Ark" is one of three stories remaining from William Hartnell's third season in Doctor Who. And I must admit it is one of his weakest. Thin on story, especially in the first two episodes, this tale gives us a view of Humanity in the very far future. Millions of years on, in fact. A long time after man has conquered space, the remnants of Earth's native sons are on a huge space craft inhabited by all forms of remaining life on Earth, who flee from the planet's imminent destruction, to colonize a planet they have never even set foot upon.
The Doctor and company arrive with new companion Dodo (picked up in the final moments of the previous story "The Massacre"), who has an illness unknown to Human science of the 57th Segment of Time, the common cold. The illness quickly spreads throughout the population of both Humans and their friendly servants, the alien Monoids, killing a number of both species. After some debate as to whether the TARDIS crew have brought the illness on purpose or not, the Doctor is finally allowed to search for a cure, using Steven (who has also somehow attracted the illness which he should already have an immunity to!) as a guinee pig.
Well, of course the Doctor finds the cure and saves the day. The TARDIS dematerializes and then suddenly RE-materializes in the exact same spot, only 700 years later. Things on the Ark have changed significantly, as now the Monoids have become the masters, enslaving Humanity as the Ark approaches the long sought planet for colonizing. The Doctor and crew must find a way to free the Humans from the Monoids, and prevent the extinction of man.
A very thin story indeed, with the Monoids being very unconvincing villains, as they have limited movement, and end up waddling rather like ducks, which is far from menacing. On the positive side, William Hartnell is clearly relishing his return to being the star/hero of the hour, and delivers a very enthusiastic performance. New companion Dodo doesn't really establish herself so well, however, but Jackie Lane does her best under the circumstances. Unlike the previous story where he took centre stage, Steven is left with very little to do as he contracts the new strain of fever, but gives it his all in the few scenes he has. Over all this is not the best of 60s Doctor Who, but should please die hard fans, and nostalgia freaks alike.
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Doctor Who BBC restoration 10 avril 2011
Par Zap - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The BBC is atoning for past sins (destroying so many Doctor Who episodes) by providing first-rate restorations of those surviving. The Ark looks good and includes a multitude of special features which illuminate the history and the making of the early Hartnell episodes. Highly recommended.
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