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Doctor Who: Delta And The Bannermen

Doctor Who: Delta And The Bannermen
alaAverage 2.8

5 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Doctor Who: Delta And The Bannermen. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 56/100.

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"I think I may have gone a little too far..."


80s Dr Who at its worst. the Bannermen themselves are poor villains, the incidental music is too much and the quest cast are badly underused - especially Ken Dodd's Tollmaster. it tries to be fun but mostly winds up just being silly

Apr, 2010

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Lowest of the low


Season 24 as a whole is pretty hard-going to watch and this is just a shoddy mess. Sylvester McCoy only found his feet playing the Doctor in Remembrance of the Daleks the following year. Bonnie Langford is the archetypal screaming companion, her...

May, 2009

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I am a big fan of the Sylvester McCoy era, and this is one of his classics! True - there is a lot of silly stuff - Ken Dodd (not too bad really) and Billy turning into an alien, but there is so much good stuff too. I honestly believe that Gavrok is one...

Apr, 2009

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Good fun...if you're not a Geek!


Now, "Doctor Who" fans continually applaud the fact that 'their' show has the most flexible, innovative format in the entire history of Science Fiction drama. However, when the makers of the series flex this format and dare to step out of the hallowed...

Apr, 2009

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by jove missus


sylvester mcoy always was without a doubt the WORST dr ever and this abysmal piece of trash proves need for a long winded critique....only two words are required..ken dodd.dreadful beyond words.

Apr, 2009