The Face of Evil

The Face of Evil is the fourth serial of the 14th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. This serial starred Tom Baker as the Doctor and was the fourth story in Series 14 of Doctor Who. First broadcast in four weekly parts from 1 January to 22 January 1977. This serial marked the debut of Louise Jameson as the Doctor's new companion, Leela.

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