The Third Doctor
Frilly shirts, velvet jackets and a cape (!) — The Third Doctor (1970 to 1974) was a cross between The Saint, James Bond and, well, The Doctor. Debonair, swashbuckling, charming and ingenius, Jon Pertwee as The Doctor was a master of Venusian Aikido/Karate and a skilled driver of bonkers vehicles.
Doc is pitted against maggots, a giant fly and a wholly unrelated plot by a supercomputer to conquer the world of business in Jo Grant’s final serial
Doc falls into a ten-minute coma, circumvents some forgettable bacteria and introduces the Daleks to the perils of molten ice.
Interstellar war, a lunar prison break and Roger Delgado’s final appearance as The Master
Doc and Jo must escape giant graboids inside a jukebox while bureaucrats plot to put a pair of interstellar carnies out of business
The First and The Second join The Third on an adventure in an anti-matter universe for the Ten Year Anniversary of Doctor Who
The Master summons a time pigeon and goes back to Atlantis where he finds a minotaur and other plot points.
Doc delivers a parcel and terraforming turns humanoids into Better-Zarbis, but then it turns out they were destined for greater things all along.
A Master and Commander, an Officer and a Gentleman, and Tonnes of Seamen. Behold the aquatic cousins of the Silurians!
Primitive aliens with no concept of technology or judicial proceedings want to join a galactic federation in this allegory of Britain’s entry into the EEC