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

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Praxeus), featuring Maureen O’Brien in a special feature titled The Storyteller, which shows Vicki, now Cressida, as a grandmother after she left the TARDIS to marry Trojan Troilus. The fold-over flaps inside – which set the TARDIS in its spot under the bridge from The Dalek Invasion of Earth – are a lovely touch. But then, there was a need for a second, totally different species that look like giant ants, massive, with hard shells which would require actors and stuntmen to be bent over at awkward, back-breaking angles for hours at a time. In each of these stories, no character is wasted, everyone is utilised, used to build and explore drama, emotion. Of course, some of that’s the writing, but some of it’s also how O’Brien carried herself as Vicki, refusing to be a useless, screaming hostage, I salute her for that.

The second season for William Hartnell's First Doctor is the next release to come to Blu-ray with Season 2. com is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Pay4Later Limited, trading as Deko, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 728646). Packaged and shipped well shows seller has concern for the products he sells to arrive in excellent condition. 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. For those in the US wondering, the Region A Blu-Ray release uses the EDITED R1 DVD print of The Chase.Starting with season 19, the second set released in the collection, BBC Video began producing short videos promoting the upcoming release. A lovely colourised portrait of William Hartnell (a composite of multiple pictures), alongside some of the season’s most iconic characters.

Behind this cover is another piece of artwork, with the type of artwork varying from season to season. Along with the established remastering, the updated effects first brought in for the DVD are also here. Behind the Sofa: new episodes with companions Maureen O’Brien, Peter Purves, Carole Ann Ford, Janet Fielding (Tegan), Wendy Padbury (Zoe), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Bonnie Langford (Mel) and Sophie Aldred (Ace).

This time it’s with William Russell who played Ian Chesterton, one of the Doctor’s first companions. The back of the J-card features a description of the season, a list of new special features and technical specifications. In Australia, the logo and cover text were reduced in size to accommodate the Australian age rating on the front cover. We think this will be quite a nice piece, even for those who have seen Maureen at one of her convention appearances.

THE ROMANS (one of early DR WHO's pure historical shows containing no sci-fi trappings other than the TARDIS and its time-travelling occupants) might not be to everyone's taste as it's mostly played as a farcical comedy.

These come in a standard 22mm-thick Bluray case designed to accommodate the number of discs in the set with a cover showing the clean artwork and cardboard slipcase showing the logos and text. However, this viewer is still enchanted (despite himself) by the sincere attempt to create a completely alien environment and a world, light years away from the mundane. A specially-shot announcement trailer was released, written by new series contributor Pete McTighe ( Keblam!

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