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Past Imperfect
Season: 32
Story Number: 158
Doctor: Jym DeNatale Doctor
Companions: Christine
Writer: Julio Angel Ortiz
Producer: DWAD
Release Date: 2001
Running Time: 124 minutes
No. Episodes: 5 episodes
Previous Story: The Soulstealers
Following Story: The Chimera's Game



"According to the controls...outside the TARDIS, the gone!"

A mysterious vortex envelopes the TARDIS, and in it's wake the universe vanishes. Unable to explain how this could suddenly happen, the Doctor finds one clue: it originated from 13th Century England, Christine's home time.

What caused the vortex? While the Doctor and Christine travel to the 13th Century to uncover the mystery behind the vortex, they are unaware that there is already another presence there, a band of technologically advanced aliens. But what is their purpose in this time period? And how is it that their leader, Draxen, already knows the Doctor since the Doctor has never met her before?

Soon, strange things begin to happen. Christine appears to be older and more modern, people whom the Doctor has never encountered behave as if they were old enemies. And there seems be an unusually high level of temporal energy in the area, even for 13th Century Earth.

Past, Present, and Future are colliding. As always, the Doctor is right in the thick of things. But how can he have to time to save everything, when everything has already been destroyed?


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Doctor Who: Jym DeNatale
Christine: Rachel Sommers
Stirg: Chip Jamison
Draxen: Sheri Devine
Kalix: Peter Hinchman
The Voice: Thomas Himinez
Child: James Dunlop
Mother: Lesley Dunlop
Tormen: David Segal


Script Editor: Thomas Himinez
Title Music: John Debney
Graphics: WHO3D
Story by: Julio Angel Ortiz
Additional Script: Laura Whitehead
Special Sounds: Chip Jamison
Produced by: Douglas Phillips
Executive Producer: David Segal
Directed by: Thomas Himinez

Production Notes[]

Production Code: 14E3
(c) 2001 Everlasting Films


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See also[]

Jym DeNatale Era Stories