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

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The First Doctor is often overlooked because the era is distinctively different from modern viewing. In Conversation: two exclusive insightful feature-length interviews, with William Russell and Maureen O’Brien. A very Twilight Zone feel to it, with the crew trying to change their own future to prevent becoming exhibits in the titular location. David Whitaker has long been shrouded in relative mystery… and this has allowed for light to be shed upon him. Exclusive Enhanced Soundtrack: watch The Dalek Invasion of Earth with an optional enhanced soundtrack.

Debuting later this year this collection is the biggest release yet and features a limited edition nine-disc box. Finally, with new companion Steven Taylor in tow, Season 2 finishes on a real high note with The Time Meddler. Last Stop White City - School teachers Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton were the first people from Earth to travel with The Doctor and his grandaughter Susan in their time and space vehicle, the TARDIS.Unfortunately, image quality is the worst upscaling I ever seen - blurry and even with some ghostly effects.

Episode titles: “World’s End”, “Day of Reckoning”, “The Daleks”, “The End of Tomorrow”, “The Waking Ally”, “Flashpoint”. What she’d accomplished with this alleged “children’s show” was nothing short of miraculous, and to do it in the face of the opposition of the times was even more impressive.Audio Commentary - With Christopher Barry, Raymond Cusick, Nick Evans, Barry Jackson and William Russell. I heartily recommend getting this box set and enjoying it episode by episode even more so than story by story. The Lost Twelve Seconds - Twelve seconds from the fourth episode are still missing, excised by overseas censors prior to recovery of the print. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. On 31st October 1964 DOCTOR WHO began transmitting its 2nd series, and during 38 weekly episodes (comprising 9 serials) which came to an end on 24th July 1965 it would attain a level of popularity and ratings that the show would not see again until around the first three years of Tom Baker's tenure in the mid 1970's.

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