Doctor Who - The Ark [Import anglais]
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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.
- 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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I do expect that in 10,000,000.00 AD. we from this planet will be very different from the future humans as portrayed in this story! We have various flaws such as poor peripheral vision, poor healing ability from an injury, poor teeth and perhaps even more importantly a poor preliminary psychic judgement of other advanced sentients. All this initial skepticism on the part of the Terran pioneers of the Ark toward Dr. Who & his companions should never have initially occurred and is the sign of a lowly race, not an advanced one, however, I do like the shape of the story so I overlook some technical imperfections in the making of it and I love the ending with the help of the existing Refusians who remind me of ultraterrestrials which are the highest form of life we Terran humans are capable of perceiving and note that in this story it was mentioned that they themselves could not even see each other, only sense each others presence!
Granted the Monoids were the typical poorly costumed monsters common in Doctor Who and the less said about the invisible Refusians the better but the strong theme of the story allows it to come off without problem. The story itself is kind of like the Planet of the Apes meet H.G. Wells.
The show itself could have been a disaster, especially the last episode as the director was informed that his contract was not being renewed with the BBC but Micheal Imison carried on and didn't let that bad news compromise his work in the final episode.
This is a good story and one you should see,