Doctor Who’s Most Memorable Moments of the 1970s

The Best and Most Memorable Scenes From the Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker Years

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10: The Sea Devils Rise (The Sea Devils, 1972)

9: Masterful (The Daemons, 1971)

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8: “HOW MANY LIVES?” (The Brain of Morbius, 1976)

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7: “Kneel before the might of Sutekh” (Pyramids of Mars, 1975)

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6: “Don’t You Forget Me” (The Hand of Fear, 1976)

5: Auton Rampage! (Spearhead From Space, 1970)

4: Through the Millennia the Time Lords of Gallifrey… (The Deadly Assassin, 1976)

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3: Farewell Jo Grant (The Green Death, 1973)

2: “Yeees… I WOULD do it, that power would set me up above the gods” (Genesis of the Daleks, 1975)

1: “Do I have the right?” (Genesis of the Daleks, 1975)

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