Doctor Who - The Aztecs album flac
Title: The Aztecs
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Part of the Aztecs' set was issued on the double-album recording, Sunbury, and it was also captured on the film made of the event. A double-album collecting the Aztecs' full set, Aztecs Live at Sunbury was issued later in the year and this has recently been reissued on CD. In mint condition, the original LP release, with pop-up inserts, is much sought after by collectors today. The Who's Who of Australian Rock – Chris Spencer – Moonlight Publishing. The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop – Ian McFarlane – Allen & Unwin, Sydney – 1999.
The Aztecs (Doctor Who). Ian and the warrior Ixta fight to the death atop a pyramid. Despite this, he did note minor issues like the backdrops and unconvincing fight scenes. Christopher Bahn of The .
Doctor Who CDs, Items starring or written by William Russell, Items produced by BBC Audio.
Optional Arabic soundtrack for episode four only. Designing The Aztecs - Designer Barry Newbery talks about his work on the story, illustrated with many never-before-seen production drawings and photographs from his personal collection. Cortez and Monezuma - An extract from a 1970 Blue Peter, introduced by Valerie Singleton on location in Mexico, giving historical background to the Aztec belief in human sacrifice.
Doctor Who - The Keys Of Marinus by William Hartnell DVD £. 9. Doctor Who - The Sensorites by William Hartnell DVD £. Barbara Wright (Jacqueline Hill), mistaken for the Aztec goddess Yetaxa, reluctantly prepares for a human sacrifice. The Aztecs is the sixth serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast on BBC1 in four weekly parts from 23 May to 13 June 1964. It was written by John Lucarotti and directed by John Crockett. In the serial, the First Doctor (William Hartnell), his granddaughter Susan (Carole Ann Ford), and teachers Ian Chesterton (William Russell) and Barbara Wright (Jacqueline Hill) arrive in Mexico during the Aztec empire.
The first season of British science fiction television programme Doctor Who was originally broadcast on BBC TV between 1963 and 1964. The series began on 23 November 1963 with An Unearthly Child and ended with The Reign of Terror on 12 September 1964. The show was created by BBC Television head of drama Sydney Newman to fill the Saturday evening timeslot and appeal to both the younger and older audiences of the neighbouring programmes.
|1-1||Chapter 1: Coiled Serpent|
|1-9||Chapter 2: Yetaxa The God|
|1-17||Chapter 3: Chosen Warriors|
|1-24||Chapter 4: Sacrifice To Tlaloc|
|2-1||Chapter 4: Sacrifice To Tlaloc (cont.)|
|2-7||Chapter 5: Perfect Victim|
|2-14||Chapter 6: Thorn Of Doom|
|2-19||Chapter 7: No Holds Barred|
|2-24||Chapter 8: Cups Of Cocoa|
|3-1||Chapter 8: Cups Of Cocoa (cont.)|
|3-6||Chapter 9: Bride Of Sacrifice|
|3-12||Chapter 10: Offence And Retribution|
|3-18||Chapter 11: Crawl, Swim, Climb|
|4-1||Chapter 12: Wall Of Deception|
|4-7||Chapter 13: False God|
|4-14||Chapter 14: Day Of Darkness|
|4-20||Chapter 15: Eclipse|
- Read By – William Russell
- Written-By – John Lucarotti
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- Barcode: 9781445891781