Doctor Who: The Movie

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Genre: Adventure, Sci-Fi
Year:
1996
122 Views


No, Brian, don't say that.

Just wait until I get home.

Brian?

Sorry.

Probe.

Scalpel.

And...straight to track four.

Track four coming up.

(SAME ARIA

FROM ''MADAME BUTTERFLY'' PLAYS)

Puccini...

Madame Butterfly.

What you're about to do, stop!

You will be all right.

No! I am not human.

I am not like you!

Nobody is.

I need a beryllium atomic clock!

This is 1999, isn't it?

We can't wait any longer, Grace.

No, I'm not human! I'm not human!

Try not to speak, Mr Smith.

We've taken out the bullets.

Now we're finding out

why your heart is so wild.

I'll fix it.

You'll be fine. OK...he's under.

Timing malfunction!

The Master! He's out there.

Scalpel.

I've GOT to stop him!

Somehow I don't think

this man's name is Mr Smith, do you?

And here we have

an electro-physiology

being performed by

a senior cardiologist, Dr Holloway,

who will insert a micro probe

into the patient's artery,

then search out the part

causing the fibrillation.

And so you know your money is well

spent, we'll blast it with lasers.

Is Brian threatening to leave again?

He won't. ..That's strange.

- What?

- Dja vu.

- Where am I?

- Er...sub clavian.

I should be in the broncheo-cephalic.

Not unless this man's a donkey.

(NURSES LAUGH)

Then I am lost.

Let me try something.

Seizure! Get that probe out!

I'm trying!

- Picture's out!

- Damn it!

We're dropping off fast!

(GRACE) I can't get it out!

(ANAESTHETIST) He's flatlining!

(GRACE)

The probe snapped. It's still in!

CLEAR!

CLEAR!

CLEAR!

(MUSIC SWELLS TO A CLIMAX)

It's no good.

Time of death?

(NURSE) 10.03.

I want to see his X-rays NOW!

This is all his stuff. There's no

identification there, either.

Tag him John Doe

and book an autopsy.

Maybe the kid who brought him in

can help with identification.

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