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September 11th, 2013 18 comments

The Doctors Revisited 5th – 8th DVD (USA)

dvd-revisit-2Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited 5th – 8th DVD

In this exceptional commemoration celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who we continue our look back at the actors who have portrayed this iconic hero over its historic past.

The years 1981-1996 saw four new actors portray the Doctor, Peter Davison (1981-83), Colin Baker (1984-86), Sylvester McCoy (1987-89) and Paul McGann (1996).

Current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat is joined by actors from Doctor Who’s storied past including Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville and others to look back at the unique characteristics that make each actor’s portrayal a thrilling new adventure. And each retrospective is followed by one full story for each Doctor, including Earthshock, Vengeance on Varos, Remembrance of the Daleks, and Doctor Who: The Movie, presented in both widescreen, feature-length version and in its episodic, original format. The Doctor’s Revisited is a celebration of Doctor Who that true fans won’t want to miss!

Available to order from the USA from www.amazon.com

Please note if you are in the UK and order items from the USA you may have to pay import tax and handling costs.


Also available…

Doctor Who: Series 1-7 Limited Edition Blu-ray Giftset

For the first time ever, BBC Home Entertainment is collecting the complete new Doctor Who together on Blu-ray along with an amazing assortment of additional items, including a completely unique Doctor Who Universal Remote Control Sonic Screwdriver, three original art cards, and an exclusive Doctor Who comic book.

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The collection includes Series 1-4, featuring Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston and Tenth Doctor David Tennant, making their Blu-ray debut in newly remastered versions at full 1080p high definition, plus the David Tennant Specials collection and Series 5-7 featuring Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith, also on 1080p high definition Blu-ray. All the bonus features from the previous releases are included, as is a bonus disc with three new-to-Blu-ray specials: The Brit List’s Ultimate Doctor Who List of Lists;

The Best of the Christmas Specials; and the full 90-minute Doctor Who at the Proms, newly remastered with 5.1 Surround Sound.

Catch up with the complete new Doctor Who just in time for the historic 50th Anniversary Special this fall. This is the definitive Doctor Who collection for the ages.

Available to order from the USA from www.amazon.com


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18 comments

  • RoDaninthepotty

    December 26th, 2013 - 2:00pm

    awesome this is amazing wow hazar! wohoo hehe blurp

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    • RoDaninthepotty

      December 26th, 2013 - 2:00pm

      sorry

  • Liason Ice

    September 13th, 2013 - 8:43am

    Photographer:
    Ok guys series photo time, remember this is going on a dvd… Say cheese… Damn it McCoy!

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  • McGann is the Doctor

    September 12th, 2013 - 8:20pm

    I want this as a poster! McCoy is SO funny!

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  • Anonymous

    September 11th, 2013 - 9:41pm

    I rlly struggle to choose my least favourite doctor, I rlly hate Matt Smith’s, hes the complete opposite of the doctor, but hes a really good actor. I dont mind colin and sylvester, I blame the producer for most of their mistakes!

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    • Anonymous

      September 12th, 2013 - 1:56pm

      Whereas I think Matt Smith is the best Doctor we had (and Ive wtch the show from the 70s) and Colin and Sylvester were representative of the worst DW era…of coure I blame the Producer 😉

    • Sam Bentley

      September 12th, 2013 - 6:56pm

      Matt, Colin and Sylvester are my favourites! Proves how different people are…

    • McGann is the Doctor

      September 12th, 2013 - 8:19pm

      how is he the opposite of the Doctor? if anything, the Davester was the opposite! he was just an annoying regular human where as Matt Smith is really the Doctor 😛

    • A New Dalek Paradigm

      September 12th, 2013 - 8:37pm

      Sylvester, Colin and Matt are my favourites as well, that’s why I’m still bitterly disappointed Matt’s leaving at the end of the year.

    • THE ERGON

      September 15th, 2013 - 2:01pm

      production,costume and make up design and excruciating dialogue practically killed a lot of the 80s stories. good original ideas but badly executed. I,m sorry but warriors of the deep being a case in mind.

  • dalekwho

    September 11th, 2013 - 5:36pm

    The eighth doctors episode must off been hard to chose.

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    • The Monitor

      September 11th, 2013 - 8:59pm

      It is hardly fair sometimes. Forty times more footage from the Tom Baker era, but identical representation. Not McGann’s fault. Judging by Big Finish he would have been one of the best Doctors.

    • McGann is the Doctor

      September 12th, 2013 - 8:20pm

      judging by the movie alone he would have been one of the best!

      I still think he is one of the best

  • matparks08

    September 11th, 2013 - 2:03pm

    McCoy is my favourite Doctor, but we could have done without the ‘clown doctor’ on the cover – doesn’t quite fit in with the others,

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    • The Monitor

      September 11th, 2013 - 8:57pm

      That is why he is my least favourite, because he clowned around too much, when he should have been serious.

    • Trenzalore

      September 11th, 2013 - 9:05pm

      That’s kind of what I liked about him, he made light of the situation in a good way. He used his bumbling styles to often mislead his enemies which is a great idea.

    • A New Dalek Paradigm

      September 11th, 2013 - 9:06pm

      He only clowned around a bit during Season 24 while he was still finding his feet. For Seasons 25 and 26, when he got to play the part the way he wanted to, McCoy was one of the most serious Doctors ever.

    • The Monitor

      September 11th, 2013 - 9:36pm

      Time and the Rani was the most clowning of any Doctor in the programme. Whilst I agree 25 and 26 showed a far more serious side in the more conventional stories, I think there is nothing to beat the seriousness of some Pertwee moments and much of early Tom Baker.

      There is nothing to beat the convincing end-of-the-universe-seriousness of the Doctor in The Pyramids of Mars.

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