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Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus
by W.H. Allen
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
The Keys of Marinus was Terry Nation's second Doctor Who script after The Daleks but The Keys of Marinus has none of the iconic status of that first script. There's certainly no villain as memorable as The Daleks, although The Voord have a certain kitschiness about them being obviously men in rubber suits that are meant to be men in rubber suits. The Keys of Marinus begins with a sun-baked island in the middle of a glass-smooth sea, towards which a group of submarine vessels silently make their way, their occupants unseen. In the middle of the island, awaiting invasion by this unseen menace, is a pyramidal structure comparable to the living units on Metebelis Three in Planet of the.
The Keys of Marinus DVD. Number of DVDs:1 DVD Number: BBCDVD Certification: PG Duration: minutes On a remote island of glass surrounded by a sea of acid, there is a machine that can remove evil from the minds of an entire population- the Conscience of Marinus. You must find the keys for me” – Arbitan Storyline On the planet Marinus, the travellers arrive on an island protected by a sea of acid and meet Arbitan, keeper of the Conscience, a machine.
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?#cutid2 [return] [return]Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus, by Philip Hinchcliffe from Terry Nation's script, was the first new First Doctor novel published for four years (after Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, and the three s ones) and only one more was published in the next four years/5.
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The TARDIS crew arrives to find the island underattack by the evil Voord. Marinus’ last line of defense -- and its only hope -- is the Conscience machine. The Doctor (William Hartnell) and his companions must undertake a deadly quest to recover the keys of Marinus.
Product Details. Doctor Who Target Book Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus. Doctor Who And The Keys Of Marinus Target Paperback Novel By Phillip Hinchcliffe. Released originally in by WH Allen, and reprinted in as a Target Paperback Book/5(2). The Keys of Marinus. The Doctor and his friends must locate the real murderers and the fourth key before heading off for a final confrontation with the Voord/10().
The Keys of Marinus was the fifth serial of season 1 of Doctor Who. It was notable for its structure, in that it was the first of several "travelling" serials. Like The Chase, The Daleks' Master Plan and The Infinite Quest that followed it, Keys had the main cast moving to Director: John Gorrie.
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Marinus' last line of defense — and its only hope — is the Conscience machine. The Doctor and his companions must undertake a deadly quest to recover the keys of Marinus. Doctor Who Target Book Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus --texts. eye favorite 1 comment 0. Doctor Who Target Book Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus Topics: barbara, ian, susan, altos, doctor, sabetha, vasor, tarron, voord, arbitan, young man, barbara Doctor Who Books.
The Keys of Marinus. Posted on Septem by Roger Pocock. “What Might Have Been ” (Artwork by Katie Marriott) Doctor Who doesn’t really do “collect the puzzle pieces” stories very often, for the very simple reason that it requires a new set or location for each piece.
The one major example of course is the Key to Time, but this was done over the course. Doctor Who: Season 1 Episode 5: The Keys of Marinus (2) The Velvet Web. Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus was a novelisation based on the television serial The Keys of by: David McAllister.
The TARDIS arrives on the planet Marinus on an island of glass surrounded by a sea of acid. The travellers are forced by the elderly Arbitan to retrieve four of the five operating keys to a machine called the Conscience of Marinus, of which he is the keeper.
The Keys of Marinus - 16/05/ Plot. It is Susan, who explains that she has been kidnapped and will be killed if the Doctor reveals the location of the final key.
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The Keys of Marinus is Michael's only TV credit, but he went on to be a major specialist author on climate change, the eco-system and the weather, penning many books on the subject. Before becoming an actor, he was a police cadet and an RAF pilot. The Keys of Marinus is the fifth story in Doctor Who's first ever season, and the show is still thrillingly testing out the types of tales it can tell.
After a survival narrative, a Wellsian political fable, a chamber psychodrama, and a historical travelogue, the show presents us this time with the first ever Doctor Who quest. The Voord were conceived by science-fiction writer Terry Nation and first appeared in the Doctor Who serial The Keys of Marinus.
They later appeared in Doctor Who stories in other formats. In one of those stories, written by Grant Morrison, the Voord are revealed to have evolved into the iconic Doctor Who villains the Cybermen.
Contents[show] Commentary Commentary by William Russell (Ian Chesterton), Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman), John Gorrie (Director), Raymond Cusick (Designer), Clayton Hickman (Moderator).
The Sets of Marinus Designer Raymond Cusick recalls his work on this story. Camera: Eric Huyton; Sound.The lead-in to The Keys of Marinus is pretty clear: the Voord head out to infiltrate the island and take over the Conscience. I liked that one of the Voord doesn't make it though, and the Doctor's companions do not suspect foul play is involved.
In The Keys of Marinus, one will find deep meditations on the meanings of justice, morality, trust, and class systems -- wobbly sets and peripheral vision be damned. Doctor Who: The Keys of Marinus/5.