Doctor Who: The Aztecs

Doctor Who: The Aztecs

Doctor Who: The Classic Series

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release: 1964-05-23
  • Rate: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 4
  • iTunes Price: USD 4.99

Description

The Tardis takes the Doctor and his companions back in time to fifteenth century Mexico where Barbara is swiftly made a High Priestess. But for the others life isn't so good. And as human sacrifices become the need of the day, have the travellers finally meddled once too often?

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 The Aztecs, The Temple of Evil 23:59 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 The Aztecs, The Warriors of Death 24:12 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 The Aztecs, The Bride of Sacrifice 25:25 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 The Aztecs, The Day of Darkness 25:18 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Come on

    4
    By I'mKristi72401
    I love Doctor Who and Itunes charges why to much for these. This story is brilliant and I love the first Doctor.
  • MORE CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO

    5
    By CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO
    Dear Itunes. I know that i speak for all my fellow whovians out there when i say that classic episodes of Doctor Who on itunes is a great idea! I am very excited and thrilled with the convenience and accessabily to these episodes that i now have, especially here in America. It doesn't really seem though, that this list of classic WHO serials has grown much. Please put some more classic episodes up, especially for the first Doctor, William Hartnell. I strongly beleive that whovians like me will purchase the episodes. We are asking for more!
  • The Aztecs

    4
    By Shadowsgirl
    Yes, this was "The First Doctor" and we get to meet his granddaugher Susan and her two teachers Ian and Barbara. In this episode you'll learn something about Barbara---she has a tendency to think she knows more than anyone else. A tendency we'll see repeated in companions to follow. Of course, Barbara has an excuse most of the others will not have. The Doctor's age is unknown at this time, Time Lords are unheard of, regeneration is unknown---all these will come later. (Regeneration will be introduced when William Hartnell leaves the series at the conclusion of the serial "The Tenth Planet"---most of which no longer exists so read the novel) and the Time Lords are introduced when Patrick Troughton *The Second Doctor) leaves the series in WAR GAMES (all of which is still intact). By the time "The Aztecs" aired the Daleks had already been introduced. They came with the second serial which was later made into a movie starring Peter Cushing as the Doctor. The story of the Daleks origin is very different before Tom Baker. Just to warn you. No Davros or any of that.
  • Very good, iTunes, now add The Romans!

    4
    By GClayton123
    and maybe The Dalek Invasion of Earth; An Unearthly Child, maybe... but DEFINITELY THE ROMANS! Favorite Hartnell episode thus far.
  • Fond memories

    4
    By Tone-Deff
    The Aztecs episodes are the sixth series of the William Hartnell Dr Who. There are a total of 27 series with Hartnell sadly some have been lost or are incomplete. I do hope Apple is able to add in as many as possible to the iTunes library. Seeing Dr Who again from my youth brings back many fond memories.
  • Wonderfully Done

    5
    By Agent_Zeppin
    An excellent episode from one of Doctor Who's very best Doctors. "The Aztecs" delves into the culture of the Aztecs and their society while exploring one of the founding principles of the series: History is forever static. Although Hartnell does as excellently as always, particular attention is payed to his companions in this serial, and they manage to flesh out the story brilliantly. Here's hoping that more of the original Doctors episodes, such as those introducing the Daleks, are brought to the iTunes store before long.
  • Dr. Who The Aztecs

    5
    By Dr Who Fan 15
    Finally William Hartnell getting some Itunes love excellent episodes here true to the original premise you cannot change time not one second of it
  • Welcome to iTunes, William Hartnell!!

    4
    By Dee Byers
    iTunes Finally has The First Doctor, William Hartnell. Hopefully, they'll have some of the classic Dalek episodes.

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