Roger Delgado (The Master), Nicholas Courtney (Brigadiser Lethbridge-Stewart), Richard Franklin (Captain Mike Yates), John Levene (Sergeant Benton), Damaris Hayman (Miss Hawthorne), Don McKillop (Bert the Landlord), Rollo Gamble (Winstanley) [1-3], Robin Wentworth (Prof. Horner) , David Simeon (Alastair Fergus) , James Snell (Harry) [1-2], John Joyce (Garvin) [1-2], Eric Hillyard (Dr. Reeves) [1-3], Jon Croft (Tom Girton) [1-3], Christopher Wray (PC Groom) [1-2], Gerald Taylor (Baker’s Man) , Stanley Mason (Bok) [2-3, 5], Alec Linstead (Sgt. Osgood) [3-5], John Owens (Thorpe) [3-5], Stephen Thorne (Azal) [4-5], The Headington Quarry Men (Morris Dancers) , Mat thew Corbett (Jones) .
|Written by||Guy Leopold|
|Directed by||Christopher Barry|
|Produced by||Barry Letts|
For 200 years the secret of Devil’s End village has lain dormant, as the burial mound, the so-called Devil’s Hump, has remained sealed. Until now, at midnight on April 30th on the greatest occult festival of the year, as Professor Horner prepares to break it open. But just what evil treasures lie buried there? Will the local white witch’s warnings of doom and destruction be fulfilled? Who or what is the mighty Azal? But even more disturbing for The Doctor and Jo, just how is the Reverend Magister, alias the infamous Master, involved in the mystery?