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Doctor Who (William Hartnell) and the crew of the Tardis find themselves inside of a 15th-century Aztec temple. Things soon go awry when Barbara is worshiped by the civilizati...Read more
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The packaging on this DVD is very good, the cover is pretty basic but works well and stands out in your collection. The story is fine, and the restoration is some of the best ...Read more
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Doctor Who: The Aztecs
One of the best adventures for William Hartnell's first Doctor. Travelling back to the peak of Aztec culture Barbara is mistaken for the reincarnation of the High Priest Yetax...Read more
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Doctor Who (William Hartnell) and the crew of the Tardis find themselves inside of a 15th-century Aztec temple. Things soon go awry when Barbara is worshiped by the civilization as the goddess Yetaxa. Barbara decides to take advantage of her newfound status as a deity and decree that her subjects cease their ancient practice of human sacrifice. The Doctor is wary of the dangers of altering human history, however, and aims to stop Barbara and get his crew out before it's too late.

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Leading Role 1William Hartnell
Leading Role 2William Russell
Leading Role 3Jacqueline Hill
Additional Roles byCarol Ann Ford
Director 1John Crockett

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Region2
Release FormatDVD
RatingU
Release Year2002
GenreScience Fiction
Additional GenreGeneral
LanguageEnglish
Running Time99 minutes
EAN5014503109929

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Doctor Who-The Aztecs

Created: 25/01/09
The packaging on this DVD is very good, the cover is pretty basic but works well and stands out in your collection. The story is fine, and the restoration is some of the best i've ever seen. The special features aren't the best but this was only in the fourth year of BBC Doctor Who releases and we can't expect it to be up to the standard of the special features we get now. I think the best feature in this is a short feature called 'Making Cocoa' in which we see two South-Park style Aztecs, talk us through the process of making Cocoa, the Aztec way. This is a good DVD release and a must for any William Hartnell fan.
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Doctor Who: The Aztecs

Created: 30/01/09
One of the best adventures for William Hartnell's first Doctor. Travelling back to the peak of Aztec culture Barbara is mistaken for the reincarnation of the High Priest Yetaxa.

Barbara must keep the Aztecs believing that she is Yetaxa and that the Doctor, Susan and Ian are her heavenly messengers. They must endure their tests of deity and retrieve the TARDIS from the pyramid's secret chambers or be themselves sacrificed to the gods.
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