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Doctor Who: The Crusade (1999)

Ian Chesterton tells the tale of his adventures with the Doctor in Palestine.

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Steve Cole, Sydney Newman (creator) | 1 more credit »
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William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage)
William Russell ... Ian Chesterton
Jacqueline Hill ... Barbara Wright (archive footage)
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki (archive footage)
Julian Glover ... Richard the Lionheart (archive footage)
John Bay John Bay ... Earl of Leicester (archive footage)
Jean Marsh ... Joanna (archive footage)
Walter Randall ... El Akir (archive footage)
John Flint John Flint ... William des Preaux (archive footage)
Roger Avon Roger Avon ... Saphadin (archive footage)
Bernard Kay ... Saladin (archive footage)
Reg Pritchard ... Ben Daheer (archive footage)
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Ian Chesterton tells the tale of his adventures with the Doctor in Palestine.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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UK

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English

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Telesnaps (off-air camera photographs) exist for all four episodes of The Crusade and give an impression of what the two lost episodes might have looked like. See more »

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Originally broadcast as individual episodes of Doctor Who, however since prints of several episodes no longer exist, actor William Russell fills in the gaps. See more »

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Edited from Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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New/Old Doctor Who
28 December 2000 | by zedthedestroyerSee all my reviews

This is a combined video release of "The Crusade" and "The Space Museum" episodes of Doctor Who. In a total departure from previous "Missing Episode" releases where former Doctor Who stars just played themselves, William Russell actually plays Ian Chesterton, filling in the gaps for the missing two episodes from "The Crusade". It's a nice, nostalgic touch.

The episodes themselves are very good. Even "The Space Museum" which has a bad rep amongst some fans of the show.

Doctor Who fans should love it.


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