Doctor Who Inferno Special Edition DVD
Doctor Who Inferno Special Edition DVD is the nickname given to a project to penetrate the Earth's crust to reach pockets of Stahlman's Gas, which is theorised to be able to provide boundless amounts of cheap energy. Professor Stahlman is ill-tempered and obsessive about any interference with his work. Sir Keith Gold, the project director, is concerned about this and tells Petra Williams, Stahlman's assistant, that he is calling Greg Sutton, an oil Doctorilling expert, to consult on safety issues. UNIT is overseeing security at the project. The Third Doctor is also present, as he is using surplus power from the project's nuclear reactor in experiments on the TARDIS console, hoping to repair it and end the exile on Earth imposed on him by the Time Lords. Harry Slocum, a worker, encounters a toxic green slime seeping out of a pipe that mutates him into a subhuman primordial creature who kills several technicians and a soldier. The substance also scorches Stahlman's hand. Meanwhile, whilst operating the TARDIS console, the Doctor vanishes before the Brigadier and Liz and arrives in a parallel universe. On this Earth, Great Britain is a Republic under a Fascist regime, the British Royal Family having been executed many years previously. The Inferno project is also ongoing, though several hours ahead in this reality. The project is run as a scientific labour camp, under the auspices of Director Stahlmann, Professor Stahlman's counterpart. The Doctor, captured and under interrogation by the British Republican Security Forces, encounters alternative versions of his friends Lethbridge-Stewart, Elizabeth Shaw, and Benton. In this universe, Sir Keith Gold has recently died in a car accident. The Doctor tries to convince his friends' counterparts that he is from another universe, but they believe he is a spy, trying to feign insanity. The Doctor escapes his cell and tries to stop the Doctorilling but is discovered.
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