The Crusade (Doctor Who)
|014 – The Crusade|
|Doctor Who serial|
The Doctor finds himself involved in the events of the Third Crusade
|Script editor||Dennis Spooner|
|Incidental music composer||Dudley Simpson|
|Length||4 episodes, 25 minutes each|
|Episode(s) missing||2 episodes (2 and 4)|
|Date started||27 March 1965|
|Date ended||17 April 1965|
The Crusade is the partly missing sixth serial of the second season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 27 March to 17 April 1965. The story is set near Jerusalem, in Palestine, during the Third Crusade. Only two of the four episodes are held in the BBC archives; two remain missing.
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