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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I personally don't feel too short-changed as the presentation is probably as good as we're going to get.

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.We will introduce you exclusively to Newpay finance products provided by NewDay Limited under this Introducer Appointed Representative arrangement. The quality of sound and vision is remarkably good considering the age of the episodes and watching them in this quality on a big-screen TV is certainly a very different experience to watching them on the 12 inch screen with poor reception we had when I was a kid. I, for one, was a non-white person made much more comfortable by it… but not everyone will agree with me on that. However, the best ones include the Maureen O’Brien interview and the LOOKING FOR DAVID feature in which the ever-engaging Toby Hadoke investigates the life and career of WHO’s original story/script editor, David Whitaker. The first series had been well-received and had made cultural icons of both William Hartnell and the Daleks, but series 2 was broader in scope and more daring (some might say more "trippy") in terms of its story ideas: e.

The introduction of Peter Butterworth as The Monk is a sublime bit of casting within an excellent story. But they and we soon meet a ship-wrecked survivor named Vicki, who’s kept under the thumb of the menacing Bennett, and the even more menacing Koquillion, as the TARDIS crew tackle the mystery surrounding them. I’ll admit, the parallels of free enterprise and communism were totally lost on me, and I’m sure the same could be said of the small children watching it live, back in the day.Now and Then - A look back at the locations used in 1964 for the recording of this story, comparing and contrasting them to to how they appear nearly 40 years later. Panopticon Archive - DWASocial V interview panel featuring Jacqueline Hill (Barbara), Carole Ann Ford, Adrienne Hill (Katarina) and Michael Craze (Ben Jackson), recorded 6 April 1985. Spooner masterfully weaves the independent storylines together, showing just how lovely, amusing, and terrifying visiting the past can be. THE RESCUE is a charming little 2-part introduction to new companion Vicki played by Maureen O'Brien.

Whether you're looking for the latest blockbuster release, a TV series you want to binge, or a classic film - you'll find what you need in our categories. The disc's are NOT region coded and the episodes will play on most (if not all) North American region-A/1 Blu-ray players. Some of the imagery generated by this story is truly iconic before the departure of Susan is deeply emotional. Six new episodes with companions Maureen O’Brien, Peter Purves, Carole Ann Ford, Janet Fielding (Tegan), Wendy Padbury (Zoe), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Bonnie Langford (Melanie) and Sophie Aldred (Ace).So successful was this serial that it was later adapted into a film (starring Peter Cushing) by Aaru productions in 1966.



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