"Marco Polo" is the fourth story of the first season of Doctor Who.

Marco Polo
Season 1 (1963-1964), Episode 14 to Episode 20
Air date 22 February - 4 April 1964
Written by John Lucarotti
Directed by Waris Hussein and John Crockett
Episode guide
Inside the Spaceship
The Keys of Marinus


The Roof of the WorldEdit

The Singing SandsEdit

Five Hundred EyesEdit

The Wall of LiesEdit

Rider from Shang-TuEdit


Susan's joke reminds Ping-Cho of her impending marriage

Mighty Kublai KhanEdit

Assassin at PekingEdit

Background informationEdit

Links and referencesEdit


Uncredited performersEdit



1214; 1252; 1264; 1269; 1271; 1273; 1274; 1277; 1287; 1289

administrator; Ala-eddin; Alexander the Great; Alps; Andes; Asia; backgammon; bamboo; bandit; bean sprout; bird; boat; Buddha; Buddhist; Burma; captain; caravan; Cathay; Cave of Five Hundred Eyes; Cave of the Thousand Buddhas; Cheng-Ting; chess; Chinese language; coal; courier; Crusader; dice; doctor of medicine; the Doctor's walking stick; Earth; elephant; England; Europe; falconry; fire; fish; Genghis Khan; Gobi Desert; gold; gout; Great Khan; Great Steppes; Great Wall; Hamutz; Hannibal; Hashishins; hashish; Himalayas; Holy Land; horse; Hulagu; hunting; India; inn; Kan-Chow; Karakorum; Kashgar; Kashgar Valley; Khan; kowtow; lamb; Lan-Chow; Lop; Marco Polo's journal; Mei-Chin; Mongol; Mongol Empire; monkey; the Moon; mountain sickness; Mount Alamut; Noghai; oasis; Olympus; Pamirs; Peking; Persia; Plain of Pamir; plate; quartz; quicksilver; Samarkand; sandstorm; Shang-Tu; Silk Road; Sinju; sledge; sorcerer; stallion; statistician; Street of the Beggars; Su-Chow; sulphur; Sumatra; Summer Palace; sword; TARDIS key; tea; tiger; Tun-Huang; Venice; Venus; warlord; water gourd; way station; wine; wolf; Yarkand; Yellow River

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