Name The Reign of Terror H First Transmitted 8 August 1964 Final Ratings 6.90m
The Reign of Terror
8 August 1964
Peter Walker (Small Boy) [1-2], Laidlaw Dalling (Rouvray) , Neville Smith (D’Argenson) , Robert Hunter (Sergeant) , Ken Lawrence (Lieutenant) , James Hall (Soldier) , Howard Charlton (Judge) , Jack Cunningham (Jailer) [2-6], Jeffry Wickham (Webster) , Dallas Cavell (Road Work Overseer) , Denis Cleary (Peasant) , James Cairncross (Lemaitre) [2-6], Roy Herrick (Jean) [3-4], Donald Morley (Jules Renan) [3-6], John Barrard (Shopkeeper) [3-4], Caroline Hunt (Danielle) [3-4], Edward Brayshaw (Lé,on Colbert) [3-5], Keith Anderson (Robespierre) [4-6], Ronald Pickup (Physician) , Terry Bale (Soldier) , Paul Barrass (John Law) , Tony Wall (Napoleon) , Patrick Marley (Soldier) .
|Written by||Dennis Spooner|
|Directed by||Henric Hirsch|
|Produced by||Verity Lambert|
The TARDIS lands in a forest clearing. The travellers think it’s England 1963 but they are in fact 20 kiliometres from Paris during Robespierre’s Reign of Terror. A farmhouse is sacked by government troops, The Doctor is concussed and left for dead, the others are dragged to prison. The Doctor mascarades as a citizen, whil Ian gets involved in the counter-revolutionary plot of English master spy James Stirling.