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Doctor Who: Lost In Time Collection

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Rasczak, Jul 14, 2004.

  1. Rasczak

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    For those interested the BBC have announced a three disk Doctor Who set containing most of the 'ophaned' episodes of the series (but not nearly complete stories such as Tenth Planet, The Crusade or The Invasion):

    Disk One: William Hartnell
    - The Crusade - The Lion (Episode 1)
    - The Crusade - The Wheel of Fortune (Episode 3)
    - The Daleks' Master Plan - Day of Armageddon (Ep.2)
    - The Daleks' Master Plan - Counter Plot (Episode 5)
    - The Daleks' Master Plan - Escape Switch (Episode 10)
    - The Celestial Toymaker - The Final Test (Episode 4)

    Disk Two & Three: Patrick Troughton
    - The Underwater Menace - Episode 3
    - The Moonbase - Episode 2
    - The Moonbase - Episode 4
    - The Faceless Ones - Episode 1
    - The Faceless Ones - Episode 3
    - The Evil of the Daleks - Episode 2
    - The Abominable Snowmen - Episode 2
    - The Enemy of the World - Episode 3
    - The Web of Fear - Episode 1
    - The Wheel in Space - Episode 3
    - The Wheel in Space - Episode 6
    - The Space Pirates - Episode 2

    Full article here:
    http://www.zetaminor.com/whatsnew.htm

    Have to admit I'm more interested in what the new series brings than the incomplete ancient episodes (I find B&W Who virtually unwatchable - but I appreciate I am in a minority). Still looks good...
     
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    Each to their own of course, thanks for the heads up on the 'classic' episodes.

    I must admit to being DEEPLY worried by the information released to date on the new 'Who - with regard to all aspects of the the production. But then, when the camp crusader JNT took over, for me Dr Who died as a viable & entertaining television show - so complete dissapointment is nothing new at all.
     

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