|Terror of the Arctic|
|Doctor:||James K Flynn Doctor|
|Running Time:||192 minutes|
|No. Episodes:||8 episodes|
|Previous Story:||Emblems of Darkness|
|Following Story:||Playground of the Devil|
After receiving a distress signal from a dimensional void, The Doctor and Christine are lead to the 19th Century Arctic where they become involved in one of history's great unsolved mysteries.
They soon discover a pair of British sailing vessels trapped in the ice. The crews are dying one by one despite the fact that the crewmen are healthy and have an abundance of supplies, shelter and food. The Doctor, perplexed by the unexplained deaths as well as the distress signal, pledges his aid.
Unfortunately the crews do not trust The Doctor and Christine and suspect they are behind the mysterious deaths. Their case is not aided when they are found standing over the body of a crewman.
The situation worsens with disappearances, time disruptions, and a hunt across a barren wasteland. Then they discover the real trouble.
The Doctor and Christine must save themselves and the crews, but history is working against them. The year is 1848, this is Sir John Franklin's expedition to discover the Northwest Passage and there were no survivors.
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- First appearance of the T'Plex.
Doctor Who: James K Flynn
Christine: Rachel Sommers
Capt. Sir John Franklin: Dennis Goode
Capt. Crozier: Marc Cashman
Comdr. James Fitzjames: Nick Ryan
Lt. John Irving: Robin Masters
Sgt. Tozer: Derek Shetterly
Lt. Little: Jeffrey Coburn
Surgeon John Smart Peddie: Tim Stackpool
Liak: Shannon Hilchie
Pvt. Hammond: Phillip Sacramento
The Matriarx: Sue Willett
H'Ponth: Bruce Bowman
K'Tuk: Andrew Montesi
Lt. Le Vesconte: Patrick Dow
Seaman Abraham Seeley: Ron Harvey
Puja: Donna Cuddemi
Script Editor: Fawn Adamson
Title Music: John Debney
Story by: Richard Franklin
Special Sounds: Everlasting Films
Produced by: Thomas Himinez
Executive Producer: David Segal
Directed by: Thomas Himinez
A working title for this story was Terror in the Arctic.
Production Code: 20F3
(c) 2005 Infinite Imagination
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