We haven’t seen this in ages and had convinced ourselves that John Mills was in it, but of course, he isn’t – which is rather a shock. Was he busy at the time? Anyway, it’s another outing for the plot that demonstrated that the top brass could be devilish cunning when they decided to try and detract attention from the landings in Sicily by letting a body wash up near enemy lines with fake papers attached. With Andre ‘Quatermass’ Morell, Cyril Cusack, Michael ‘How does he do that?’ Hordern, Miles Malleson, Allan Cuthberston and Joan ‘I’ve left my washing machine on’ Hickson involved, it can’t go wrong, and it doesn’t. Top hole.Read More
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Creamguide's Pick of the Day
Not the greatest episode of the series last week, we didn’t think, but there were still lots of nice bits in it and we quite like how it would have wound up those people who think the only children who should appear in Doctor Who are Victorian ghost children. The story arc in this series has been pretty minimal, with Michelle Gomez making only the briefest of cameos, but here’s where it all pays off with the first part of the finale.
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