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Product NameDoctor Who Planet of Evil
LanguageEnglish
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Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00114XLZK
Price New12.51 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Weight16 ounces    (convert)
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FeaturesWhen a distress call draws the Doctor and Sarah Jane to a scientific outpost at the end of the Universe, the Doctor suspects dark planetary forces are behind a series of sinister deaths.Running Time: 94 min. Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: TELEVISION Rating: NR Age: 883929004881 UPC: 883929004881 Manufacturer No: 1000036283
Long DescriptionWhen a distress call draws the Doctor and Sarah Jane to a scientific outpost at the end of the Universe, the Doctor suspects dark planetary forces are behind a series of sinister deaths.
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