Doctor Who The Collection Season 8 [Blu-ray]

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Doctor Who The Collection Season 8 [Blu-ray]

Doctor Who The Collection Season 8 [Blu-ray]

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This is a list of Bonus Features available on the original DVD releases but not ported over to this Blu-ray release. PDF Written Archive - A treasure trove of previously unreleased material including production paperwork, scripts for all four episodes, Ken Trew's costume designs and Radio Times cuttings. The way they are knocking these out might not have that long 2 year wait as it seems to have been the filmed documentaries and location films that were being held back due to the pandemic and also actor availability. But six only has The Space Pirates missing that’s less episodes than one which is missing the whole of Marco Polo. Battling Autons, Axons, an alien mind parasite and a mighty Daemon, the Doctor, Jo and UNIT must defend the Earth – and its future pioneers – in five action-packed adventures.

Certain items can take longer to source than the estimated week, particularly during busy trading periods and may take longer to arrive at our warehouse.A specially shot announcement trailer has debuted on the Doctor Who YouTube channel, written by new series contributor Pete McTighe (Kerblam! All of the ‘Making of’ featurettes are from the earlier releases and, seen in bulk, they haven’t all aged well. The real highlight herein though is The Dæmons, a five-part adventure co-written by producer Barry Letts, which takes all the essential Doctor Who ingredients and blends them together into an entertaining tale of eerie tea-time adventure. The Daemons finishes the set and probably for me Jon Pertwee's best serial seeing The Doctor and UNIT take on The Master who is trying to control an ancient evil power. Sacha Dhawan for instance offers up insights and makes comparisons regarding his own performance as the Master when presented with the original portrayal.

They’ve asked for proof of purchase and said they should be able to get a new booklet out within 2 – 3 weeks. Season 7 introduced audiences to the show’s new earthbound format and Pertwee’s dapper man of action, but it’s here in this sophomore season that the dust settles, as the show introduces a solid supporting cast and starts hitting the right tone after a series of dark, gritty adventures the previous year. In both versions of Axos, several sequences from Episode Two are replaced with footager from a PAL VT studio tape, and the cliffhanger of Episode Three from the PAL VT Four. It’s in this story as well that Letts and Dicks start to develop the Time Lords, seen only briefly in The War Games. The Blu-rays themselves are a must-own too, representing some of the best restoration we’ve seen yet across these Collection sets, with the picture and sound massively improved upon since the episodes were last released on DVD almost a decade ago.not a the great season by any means, a massive step down from season 14 I have always thought that Williams was a victim of things outside his control . If theres a new announcement by the end of the year we might not have to wait until june next year for season 24 in standard. With Season 20 on hold until COVID clears up in Europe, I could see similar problems for Seasons 17, 21 and 22 if they want to do similar documentaries. Take ‘The Mind of Evil’ one; with Sacha Dharwan’s modern Master in the studio, why did they not show them the clip where the Master is subjected to what he fears the most by the mind parasite? Colony in Space was the first serial set away from Earth since The War Games at the end of Season 6, and came about as a result of producer Barry Letts' feeling that the Earthbound stories of the Doctor's exile were too limiting in terms of potential plotting.

Read more about the condition Like New: An item that looks like it has just been taken out of its shrink wrap. Much has been written about Delgado’s stunningly menacing performance over the decades, but it bears repeating how utterly unique and immense his presence is from his first appearance. The Master is back as well, but in his cigar-chomping bloke off the Mastermind box mode, he could pretty much be replaced by A. Another new but hopefully regular feature is The Direct Route which sees Doctor Who directors, in this case Michael Briant, Graeme Harper and Tim Combe, on a road trip around the filming locations from Season 8. to have distinctly hostile intentions – is surely as pure comic strip style as the series had ever been to that point and the underrated six-parter Colony in Space sees the Doctor and Jo travel to the unwelcoming planet Uxarius where waits another Universe-dominating plot by the Master.The Spare Pirates is famously unloved too and often comes very low in polls, there is also no telesnapes or source material making an animation difficult. The Mind of Evil Episode One is from a hand-colourised B/W film telerecording, with the cliffhanger and remaining episodes colour-recovered using the chromadots. Once again we start with the Time Lords, in the blue and silver colour scheme that would reoccur in the Pertwee era, temporarily breaking the Doctor’s exile on Earth to send him on a mission to another planet. A Devils Weekend - Actors Katy Manning and John Levene take a personal trip back to the picturesque village of Aldbourne, 50 years after they recorded the Doctor Who story The Daemons there.



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