Doctor Who: The Collection Season 2 (Limited Edition) Blu-Ray

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Doctor Who: The Collection Season 2 (Limited Edition) Blu-Ray

Doctor Who: The Collection Season 2 (Limited Edition) Blu-Ray

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No matter if you're a Trekkie, Whovian or simply love Darth Vader, this is the place for you to release your inner nerd! The film has unfortunately been double exposed, but is still a unique record of the making of 1960s Doctor Who.

This set also features vast swathes of extras including cast and crew commentaries, old and new interviews, behind the scenes featurettes and loads of other goodies. Vicki will often give as good as she gets, isn’t a screamer, and doesn’t seem to twist her ankle on a regular basis. Additionally, perhaps as a sign of the series’ growing confidence in itself, we witness the tear-jerking departures of two regular cast members and also introduced to two new ones.There are echoes of WW2 to be found here and definitely more than a suggestion that this is inspired by the idea of Hitler’s military forces invading the UK, rather than alien pepper pots from outer space. The BBC already knew how incredibly popular they were, with half the nation's school-children running around with their arms out yelling "exterminate" at each other! A Ed’s Note: You all can hear me screaming excitedly about script headers and dialogue amendments from here, can’t you? These fans have some of the biggest, rarest collections of Doctor Who memorabilia from the show’s past.

When choosing the updated effects on the DVD, it was never made clear if the new effects were on or off.

Debuting later this year this collection is the biggest release yet and features a limited edition nine-disc box. The back of the J-card features a description of the season, a list of new special features and technical specifications. Crisply directed by the brilliant Douglas Camfield, this story of an amoral time traveller trying to alter established history must have been a game-changer for the contemporary audience.

They’ve been rather craftily filled in an unexpected but seamless way… All of which is leaving out our one remaining thought – can we have the Monk back, please? The episodes are: 'The Christmas Invasion', 'New Earth', 'Tooth and Claw', 'School Reunion', 'The Girl in the Fireplace', 'Rise of the Cybermen', 'The Age of Steel', 'The Idiot's Lantern', 'The Impossible Planet', 'The Satan Pit', 'Love and Monsters', 'Fear Her', 'Army of Ghosts' and 'Doomsday'.Talking Daleks - A look at the creation of the Dalek's unique voices, with contributions from David Graham, Brian Hodgson, Nicholas Smith and Peter Hawkins.

The stories here include the classic 'Dalek Invasion of Earth,' with its iconic scenes of Daleks roaming deserted London landmarks and its famously memorable sign by the Thames reading 'It is forbidden to dump bodies into the river. In Australia, the logo and cover text were reduced in size to accommodate the Australian age rating on the front cover.Sets would also sell out quickly in Australia, where, beginning with season 18, standard slipcase-packaged versions were released alongside the specially-packaged versions. This was one of the rare examples of a companion relationship feeling honest and earned, even if you watch all six parts in one sitting, as opposed to over the course of six weeks as originally aired. At least with The Romans, there was a fair chance they could have borrowed some togas from other BBC productions.



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