Doctor Who TV Series 6 Story 214 The Impossible Astronaut Day of the Moon Episodes 1 and 2

The Impossible Astronaut – Amy, Rory, River Song and the Doctor receive a mysterious summons that takes them on an adventure to 21st century Utah and Florida in 1969. Along the way they meet Richard Nixon, president of the United States of America, and former FBI agent Canton Delaware. The episode was partially filmed on location in Utah, it was the first time in Doctor Who that principal photography took place in the U.S. The Impossible Astronaut is dedicated to Elisabeth Sladen, known for playing former companion Sarah Jane Smith, who died from cancer on 19 April 2011.

Day of the Moon – As Amy Pond, Rory Williams and River Song are pursued across America by Canton Delaware and the FBI, the Doctor is locked in a perfect prison. Against the backdrop of the first moon landing, the Doctor and his companions must solve the mystery of the aliens and the little girl.


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