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** Creator/PeterVaughan was considered for Sir Robert Muir.

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** Creator/PeterFirth and Creator/PeterVaughan was were considered for Sir Robert Muir.


** Creator/HonorBlackman and Creator/JoanSims were considered for Lady Cranleigh.

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** Creator/HonorBlackman Creator/HonorBlackman, Creator/VirginiaMcKenna and Creator/JoanSims were considered for Lady Cranleigh.


* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite, with the Doctor spending too long dressed like an idiot, although Creator/SarahSutton disliked it less than her costars. Collectively, they believed it to be comprised of Edwardian era stereotypes and no mystery or dramatic tension whatsoever.

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* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding Creator/JanetFielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite, with the Doctor spending too long dressed like an idiot, although Creator/SarahSutton disliked it less than her costars. Collectively, they believed it to be comprised of Edwardian era stereotypes and no mystery or dramatic tension whatsoever.


* CreatorsFavoriteEpisode: According to Eric Saward, this was Creator/JohnNathanTurner's favourite story. Creator/SarahSutton named it as a favourite.

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* CreatorsFavoriteEpisode: CreatorsFavouriteEpisode: According to Eric Saward, this was Creator/JohnNathanTurner's favourite story. Creator/SarahSutton named it as a favourite.


* [[DolledUpInstallment Dolled Up Instalment]]: Creator/PeterDavison claimed that Terence Dudley told him he had written it for a murder mystery series, found it in a bottom drawer and just turned it into a ''Doctor Who'' story.

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* [[DolledUpInstallment Dolled Up Instalment]]: DolledUpInstalment: Creator/PeterDavison claimed that Terence Dudley told him he had written it for a murder mystery series, found it in a bottom drawer and just turned it into a ''Doctor Who'' story.


* DolledUpInstallment: Creator/PeterDavison claimed that Terence Dudley told him he had written it for a murder mystery series, found it in a bottom drawer and just turned it into a ''Doctor Who'' story.

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* DolledUpInstallment: [[DolledUpInstallment Dolled Up Instalment]]: Creator/PeterDavison claimed that Terence Dudley told him he had written it for a murder mystery series, found it in a bottom drawer and just turned it into a ''Doctor Who'' story.


* ActingForTwo: Creator/SarahSutton as Nyssa and Ann.

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* ActingForTwo: Creator/SarahSutton as Nyssa and Ann. She found playing two roles tiring due to constant costume changes.



* FatalMethodActing: {{Averted}}. The scene where George Cranleigh plummets off the roof went awry, with stuntman Gareth Milne missing his cushioned target and striking the ground with his legs. Fortunately, he wasn't seriously hurt.



* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite, although Creator/SarahSutton disliked it less than her costars. Collectively, they believed it to be comprised of Edwardian era stereotypes and no mystery or dramatic tension whatsoever.

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* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite, with the Doctor spending too long dressed like an idiot, although Creator/SarahSutton disliked it less than her costars. Collectively, they believed it to be comprised of Edwardian era stereotypes and no mystery or dramatic tension whatsoever.


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** Two scenes in Ann's bedroom, in which she is covertly watched by George, had to be abandoned to an industrial dispute.


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* TheCastShowoff: That's really Creator/PeterDavison, a keen cricketer himself, playing cricket in the Doctor's cricket scenes, and doing pretty well -- he bowls out an extra.

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* TheCastShowoff: That's really Creator/PeterDavison, a keen cricketer himself, playing cricket in the Doctor's cricket scenes, and doing pretty well -- he bowls out an extra.



** Creator/JohnNathanTurner intended for a long time to direct this story but late in the day Ron Jones was hired.

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** Creator/JohnNathanTurner intended for a long time to direct this story story, but late in the day Ron Jones was hired.



* YouLookFamiliar: Ivor Salter (Sergeant Markham) had previously played [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E7TheSpaceMuseum the Morok Commander]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers Odysseus]].

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* YouLookFamiliar: Ivor Salter (Sergeant Markham) had previously played [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E7TheSpaceMuseum the Morok Commander]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers Odysseus]].Odysseus]].

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** Robin Bailey, Geoffrey Bayldon, John Carson, William Lucas, Nigel Stock, and Creator/PeterVaughan were considered for Sir Robert Muir.
** [[Series/{{Hazell}} Nicholas Ball]], Michael Cashman, Christopher Cazenove, Keith Drinkel, [[Series/{{Spooks}} Peter Firth]], Nigel Havers, Paul Jerricho, Martin Potter, [[Series/DropTheDeadDonkey Jeff Rawle]], Patrick Ryecart, James Warwick, and [[Series/UpstairsDownstairs Simon Williams]], were considered for Lord Cranleigh.
** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, Creator/HonorBlackman, Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[Film/HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]], Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.

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** Robin Bailey, Geoffrey Bayldon, John Carson, William Lucas, Nigel Stock, and Creator/PeterVaughan were was considered for Sir Robert Muir.
** [[Series/{{Hazell}} Nicholas Ball]], Michael Cashman, Christopher Cazenove, Keith Drinkel, [[Series/{{Spooks}} Peter Firth]], Nigel Havers, Paul Jerricho, Martin Potter, [[Series/DropTheDeadDonkey Jeff Rawle]], Patrick Ryecart, James Warwick, Creator/HonorBlackman and [[Series/UpstairsDownstairs Simon Williams]], were considered for Lord Cranleigh.
** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, Creator/HonorBlackman, Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[Film/HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]],
Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.


* CreatorsFavoriteEpisode: According to Eric Saward, this was Creator/JohnNathanTurner's favourite story.

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* CreatorsFavoriteEpisode: According to Eric Saward, this was Creator/JohnNathanTurner's favourite story. Creator/SarahSutton named it as a favourite.


** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, Creator/HonorBlackman, Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]], Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.

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** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, Creator/HonorBlackman, Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[HammerHorror [[Film/HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]], Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.


** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, [[Series/TheAvengers Honor Blackman]], Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]], Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.

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** [[Series/TheBrothers Jean Anderson]], Renée Asherson, [[Series/TheAvengers Honor Blackman]], Creator/HonorBlackman, Claire Bloom, Faith Brook, Kathleen Byron, Phyllis Calvert, Joan Greenwood, Rachel Kempson, Virginia [=McKenna=], Muriel Pavlow, Maria Redmond, Beryl Reid, [[HammerHorror Barbara Shelly]], Creator/JoanSims and Elizabeth Spriggs were considered for Lady Cranleigh.


* CreatorsFavoriteEpisode: According to Eric Saward, this was Creator/JohnNathanTurner's favourite story.



* HeyItsThatPlace: The story was shot at Buckhurst Park, as used in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva Castrovalva]]", only this time mostly at the house in the centre of the grounds.



* YouLookFamiliar: Ivor Salter (Sergeant Markham) had previously played the Morok Commander in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E7TheSpaceMuseum The Space Museum]] and Odysseus in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers The Myth Makers]].

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* YouLookFamiliar: Ivor Salter (Sergeant Markham) had previously played the Morok Commander in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E7TheSpaceMuseum The Space Museum]] the Morok Commander]] and Odysseus in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E3TheMythMakers The Myth Makers]].Odysseus]].


* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite.

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* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite.trite, although Creator/SarahSutton disliked it less than her costars. Collectively, they believed it to be comprised of Edwardian era stereotypes and no mystery or dramatic tension whatsoever.


* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVD commentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite.

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* FakeNationality: Latoni, the indigenous South American, is played by the rather more Asian-British Ahmed Khalil.
* OldShame: The cast didn't like this story and spend most of the DVD commentary DVDCommentary making fun of it. Creator/PeterDavison and Janet Fielding in particular disliked the lack of a science fiction element and thought the script was generally trite.

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