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Selection of Dr Who VHS Videos PG

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DOCTOR WHO DOCTOR WHO THE TROUGHTON YEARS (U) – 5014503460921
The late Patrick Troughton's friend and successor as the Doctor, Jon Pertwee, presents rare episodes from otherwise missing adventures. Included are 'The Abominable Snowman' Episode 2, 'The Enemy of the World' Episode 3 and 'The Space Pirates' Episode 2.

DOCTOR WHO DOCTOR WHO SHADA (U) – 5014503481421
Six-part sci-fi adventure starring Tom Baker. In this instalment, the Fourth Doctor (Baker) races to recover a powerful book, the Artefacts of Gallifrey, stolen from retired Time Lord Professor Chronotis. Meanwhile, Skagra tries to discover the location of the lost planet Shada, which houses a high-security prison, so he can extract the knowledge of the most dangerous criminals in the universe. Will the Doctor and his companion Romana be able to stop him from creating his desired universal mind before it's too late?

DALEKMANIA - SHOOTING THE DALEKS DOCTOR WHO (E) – 5026357222129
A nostalgic look back at the making of the 1960s Dalek movies 'Dr Who and the Daleks' and 'Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD', which starred Peter Cushing as Dr Who. This documentary reveals the history of the Daleks, from their mad publicity appearances to newly discovered archive footage of the Doctor's enemies in action.

SHAKEDOWN - RETURN OF THE SONTARANS DOCTOR WHO (PG) – 5030994014511
Doctor Who's old enemies the Sontarans return in this spin-off adventure of the long-running series. The Doctor does not appear in this story which features the Sontarans relentlessly pursuing a solar yacht which is carrying a stow-away. Also included is a 30-minute feature on the making of the show.

DOCTOR WHO DOCTOR WHO DALEKS - THE EARLY YEARS (U) - 5014503481025
The Daleks, the most deadly enemies of Doctor Who, are here on show with their creator, Terry Nation, designer, Raymond Cusick, and provider of voices, Roy Skelton. Fifth Doctor Peter Davison presents clips from William Hartnell stories 'The Daleks', 'The Dalek Invasion of Earth' and 'The Chase', plus a rare snippet from Episode 4 of 'The Dalek Master Plan' (now missing from the BBC archives); Episodes 5 and 10 are also included. From the Patrick Troughton era: a clip from 'Power of the Daleks', plus Episode 2 of 'Evil of the Daleks'. There is also a chance to hear a Dalek pop song!

DOCTOR WHO DOCTOR WHO THE ICE WARRIORS COLLECTION (PG) - 5014503638726
All six episodes, including two that are animated due to their being missing from the BBC archives, of the second Doctor's classic 1967 adventure. In 'The Ice Warriors', the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive on Earth in the year 3000 AD - in the middle of the second Ice Age. At the Brittanicus Base, a team of scientists struggle to control the elements with a machine known as the Ioniser. When a body is found perfectly preserved in the ice barrier which surrounds the base, it is thawed out. The creature proves to be an Ice Warrior - one of an aggressive reptilian race from Mars, intent on awakening its fellows and conquering the Earth.

DOCTOR WHO DOCTOR WHO CYBERMEN - THE EARLY YEARS (U) - 5014503481322
Sixth Doctor Colin Baker presents this compilation of clips retracing the history of the Cybermen, including their debut in William Hartnell's final story 'The Tenth Planet'. Voice artist Roy Skelton recalls his work on the show, along with director Morris Barry. From the Patrick Troughton era Episodes 2 and 4 of 'The Moonbase', and Episodes 3 and 6 of 'Wheel In Space' are featured.

DOCTOR WHO'S LUST IN SPACE (E) – 5030994018717
A tongue-in-cheek documentary seeking to answer the question of whether the long-running television science fiction series 'Doctor Who' was sexist. The answer would seem to be yes, given that the male lead was accompanied by a succession of scantily clad females, many of whom are on hand here to offer their 'evidence' to Mark Strickson and James Bree.



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