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Vislor Turlough

Vislor Turlough was played by Mark Strickson as an alien from the planet Trion where he was exiled. He ends up at an English public school on Earth where he was recruited by the black guardian to destroy the Doctor. Vislor Turlough was regarded as a shifty and untrustworthy individual but does eventually gain the Doctor's trust. Turlough travelled with Peter Davison's Doctor.

DVDs with Vislor Turlough featuring Peter Davison's Doctor:

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MAWDRYN UNDEAD (PART OF GUARDIAN TRILOGY)

The Black Guardian recruits a young man named Turlough to assassinate the Doctor. Although outwardly an ordinary pupil at a boys' private boarding school, Turlough is in fact an alien who believes that the Guardian will return him home if he succeeds.

TERMINUS (PART OF GUARDIAN TRILOGY)

The TARDIS attaches itself to a space liner after Turlough, still under the Black Guardian's influence, damages its controls. The Doctor and Nyssa meet two space pirates, Kari and Olvir, who have come on board the liner in search of plunder, while Tegan and Turlough get lost in the infrastructure.

ENLIGHTENMENT (PART OF GUARDIAN TRILOGY)

The White Guardian warns of impending danger and directs the TARDIS to what appears to be an Edwardian sailing yacht, the SS Shadow, but is actually one of a number of spaceships taking part in a race through the solar system, the prize being Enlightenment.

THE KING'S DEMONS

In 'The King's Demons', the renegade Time Lord forces Kamelion (Gerald Flood) to pose as King John in 13th century England.

THE FIVE DOCTORS

The assorted incarnations of the Doctor (together with a scattering of assistants) are drawn together through time and space to battle Daleks, Cybermen, Yeti--those weird androids which keep jumping into the air and disappearing--and many other old foes. They realise that they're on their home planet of Gallifrey and must eventually deal with the legacy of Rassilon, founder of the Time Lords

DOCTOR WHO - THE SILURIANS/THE SEA DEVILS/WARRIORS OF THE DEEP

Warriors of the Deep

All three "Silurians"/"Sea Devils" stories in one quality box set. Two classic stories starring Jon Pertwee as the third Doctor, plus a third story starring Peter Davison as the fifth Doctor.

THE AWAKENING

Little Hodcombe, 1984. The Doctor, Tegan and Turlough arrive in a small English village, looking forward to spending some time with Tegan’s grandfather. They soon discover that all is not well – Tegan’s grandfather is missing and the locals are reenacting dangerous war games from 1643. With the past mixed up with the present, can the Doctor stop the games before an evil entity hidden in the village church awakens?

FRONTIOS

An irresistible force draws the TARDIS to the barren surface of Frontios, where in the far future the last surviving humans cower amongst the ruins of their wrecked spacecraft. Under constant threat from lethal meteorite bombardments, few of the doomed colony members realise that the ground of Frontios itself opens up and devours the unwary. Not permitted to assist, the Doctor’s attempt to leave is thwarted when the unimaginable occurs: the TARDIS is utterly destroyed.

RESURRECTION OF THE DALEKS

The Doctor's first encounter with his most famous foe since 1979's "Destiny of the Daleks", and Peter Davison's only full-scale battle. Weakened by a Movellan virus the Daleks assault a space station prison where Davros is being held. The Daleks plan to use duplicates of the Doctor and his companions to assassinate leading Timelords, and further duplicates to take over the Earth.

PLANET OF FIRE

'Planet of Fire' sees the Doctor (Davison) and Turlough (Mark Strickson) arriving in Lanzarote on Earth to investigate the transmission of an unusual signal that turns out to be emanating from a mysterious alien artefact.

THE CAVES OF ANOROZANI

Deep within the titular caves the disfigured, masked antihero Sharez Jek and his regiment of androids are locked in conflict with an army unit and a group of smugglers. At stake is control of the life-extending Spectrox, with plenty of subplots involving espionage, betrayal and revenge as well as big-business corruption, political assassination and silly looking reptilian monsters. When the Doctor and Peri enter this labyrinth they immediately become victims of deadly Spectrox poisoning