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September 14th, 2020 180 comments

Doctor Who Fury from the Deep DVD

Available to order in the UK from www.amazon.co.uk or www.zoom.co.uk

Available to order in Australia from www.sanity.com.au

BBC Studios can reveal artwork and extras for Doctor Who: Fury From The Deep starring Patrick Troughton as The Doctor. The new animated release will be available on DVD, Blu-ray and Steelbook from 14th September 2020. Pre-orders are available now from Amazon, HMV and Zoom.

Following the success of existing animations The Power of the Daleks, The Faceless Ones, Shada and The Macra Terror, Fury From The Deep fills another gap in missing Doctor Who content lost in the purge of the BBC’s archive in 1975.

The three-disc release gives fans the opportunity to enjoy Fury From The Deep in high definition, either in full colour or in black & white. The release will include the surviving clips from the original 1968 production as well.

Fury From The Deep is told across six episodes and stars Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling. The storyline concerns a colony of sentient, parasitic seaweed, last seen in the eighteenth century, returning to attack a number of gas instillations in the North Sea in an attempt to take over humanity.

The reversible cover…

Animated episodes from Big Finish Creative Limited in association with Digitoonz Media & Entertainment and Thaumaturgy are joined by a wealth of exciting extras.

A making-of featurette ‘The Cruel Sea – Surviving Fury From The Deep’ sees original cast members Frazer Hines, June Murphy and Brian Cullingford revisit filming locations with production assistant Michael Briant, assistant floor manager Margot Hayhoe and helicopter pilot Mike Smith. Other contributors to this segment include writer Victor Pemberton and actress Deborah Watling. There’s also an archive audio interview with director Hugh David.


Additional material includes:

  • Audio commentaries
  • The Cruel Sea – Surviving Fury From The Deep
  • Original surviving footage
  • Behind The Scenes 8mm footage
  • Animating Fury From The Deep
  • Archive interviews with Peter Day and Victor Pemberton
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Photo Gallery
  • The Slide Audio Drama
  • PDF scripts


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180 comments

  • the ergon

    September 18th, 2020 - 6:42pm

    ‘Van lutyens. I thought he,d shove his.. nose/face in’. Make yer mind up Robson

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  • Anonymous

    September 17th, 2020 - 9:39pm

    Fury as an audio story I always struggled with but I have to say I think the animation has done it proud. Definitely one that is improved by simply being able to watch it rather than listen to it.

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  • sileic

    September 17th, 2020 - 8:39pm

    Just watched the B&W version and enjoyed it so much. Nice to have info text for this release too as there is so much interesting behind the scenes stuff.

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  • Anonymous

    September 17th, 2020 - 5:38pm

    what a good set of dvds the animation is nice .for once i prefer the colour version of the episodes a lot of good extras i am only half way through the last of these the radio programme the slide hearing rodger delgado in a different part is quite nice all this and a reversible cover to match the rest of my dvds for £15 not bad at all

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  • Tim M

    September 17th, 2020 - 10:48am

    I’m sorry, but whilst I like the animation, I prefer the photo/clips reconstruction of all six episodes. I just feel the recon is closer to the original, and makes characters like Oak and Quill more terrifying. Oak and Quill’s eerie presence feels completely lost in the animated version.

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    • Anonymous

      September 17th, 2020 - 11:25am

      Sorry have disagree. I think both animation and reconstruction are good. Oak and quill are very present in the animation, and the changes made enhance the story rather change it. As Gary Russell says, there were zero edits to the soundtrack. No removals of scenes just scenes reinterpreted. The helicopter scene is a great example. In the original it’s a comedy scene that adds nothing to the drama. It’s fine but not essential. Now other animation teams may have just cut the scene instead here we get a more relevant version (which I won’t reveal in case people haven’t seen it yet!) I enjoyed all the different versions. I didn’t like macra because I felt the changes and edits spoiled the story. But faceless, power and fury work well. Also as Russell says the animation isn’t a replacement but a version of the tale and the reconstruction is there as a record of the original. That said Tim relax I’m not having a go at you. If you prefer the reconstruction that’s absolutely fine.

    • Bobby Davros

      September 18th, 2020 - 5:38pm

      I wouldn’t have minded if they had tightened it up by missing out the long pauses when characters are just staring at each other in silence. (obviously where the animators had no clue what the original actors were doing).

    • Philip Shaw

      September 19th, 2020 - 11:21am

      I have to join with other reviews that comment on the long arms in the animation. The hands were also at times too big, bodies too thin. It really was obvious throughout and spoiled it for me. Apart from this I thought it was well done. When the characters were only shown head and shoulders it was good. I don’t like to complain and love Pat and classic Who. If they got the proportions right it would have been great.

  • James T

    September 16th, 2020 - 6:58pm

    Has anybody noticed the ‘wanted’ poster in the background of Roger Delgaldo’s master? A cracking story though, thouroughly enjoyed it & watching more & more Pat Troughton stories makes me feel sad so many got junked. He was a great Doctor.

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    • Lee D

      September 16th, 2020 - 8:31pm

      I don’t mind the Easter eggs ,if they keep old series references to old series Animations and New series Easter eggs to the New series. And they keep them subtle,unlike loads of references, which was put on the Faceless Ones !

    • Deano

      September 16th, 2020 - 8:38pm

      Look out for the IE be like us on the speakers from the next seasons Invasion is a nice touch

    • Lee D

      September 16th, 2020 - 8:54pm

      Thanks Deano , will look out for that, can’t wait to watch my discs !

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 9:07pm

      There were six Easter eggs on faceless, all in the background. Master poster delgado, master poster dahwan, monk poster, magpie electrics, Hibbert’s plastics and the war machines newspaper. That was it.

    • Gordon

      September 17th, 2020 - 6:56am

      There was far more than 6. There was well over a dozen, Waterfield antiques poster, Hickman’s anti freeze, leatherman is a reference to the truck at the start of evil, condon monitor is a tribute to fan Paul condon, In episode 2 the newspaper Called mill hill times (Patrick lived there) has the rough and tumble machine advertised along with marinus padlocks (keys of marinus) and old smugglers whisky (the smugglers), the eye test has big Ron as a reference to the character from dimensions in time and also bad wolf. A picture of William Hartnell was also seen. There is also the global chemicals advertisement: LESS MUCK, LESS DEVASTATION, LESS DEATH. That’s all I can remember.

      For fury there is also the script number written on the impeller that’s visible in ep 2. The glass bottle in episode 3 has the number RR 200 as a reference to the production code of fury and fury ep 3 being the 200th doctor who episode

    • Anonymous

      September 17th, 2020 - 11:27am

      I like spotting the Easter eggs but oddly don’t go hunting for them. There are probably loads I’ve missed.

  • Anonymous

    September 15th, 2020 - 9:05pm

    Watched the colour version now. It’s good but personally I prefer the monochrome. Not knocking the colour, just a personal thing. Troughton just looks right in monochrome to me!

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    • Anonymous

      September 15th, 2020 - 11:42pm

      Yeah, I’m saving my Furry From The Deep for the weekend

    • Gordon

      September 16th, 2020 - 1:35am

      Both versions work for me as does the brilliant telesnap recon

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 12:57pm

      Watching that later today. Have to say though that although I prefer the monochrome look both versions were great. I’d like this team of animators to tackle abominable next I think.

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 9:10pm

      Reconstruction was good. Extras are decent. Not bothering with the slide as I’ve heard it before and wasn’t impressed. Overall though a great DVD. Loved the animation. Who’d have though 34 years after reading the brilliant book version I’d actually be watching fury!

  • Demdike@CultLabs

    September 15th, 2020 - 7:07pm

    The early BBC dvd’s all had silver cases. I recently bought Our Mutual Friend – a two disc set so not helpful in this case – and replaced the case as it’s silver one would make a good spare in case a Who case needed replacing.

    If it’s okay me posting a link, here’s the style of cover art you should be looking out for when buying a disc for it’s case.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Our-Mutual-Friend-Paul-McGann/dp/B00005KB4G/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=our+mutual+friend&qid=1600192912&s=dvd&sr=1-3

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    • Gordon

      September 15th, 2020 - 8:35pm

      You could also buy second hand copies of the war games. About 6 quid each with postage.

    • Demdike@CultLabs

      September 15th, 2020 - 11:28pm

      £6 is quite a lot for a case. I was thinking more titles which are £1.50 on Music Magpie. Lol.

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 12:03am

      That’s what I did Gordon. Managed to buy 6 copies of it for only about £20 in total.

    • Dalek Eye Stalk

      September 17th, 2020 - 9:41am

      I’ve got quite a few spare silver cases that can hold a tray. So what I’ve done with ‘Power of the Daleks: Special Edition’ and ‘Fury from the Deep’ is take out the clear tray that holds the two discs, and insert that into the silver case. That way you have a 3 disc DVD set in a silver case, but with a clear 2 disc tray inside. Looks absolutely fine.

  • Dalek Eye Stalk

    September 14th, 2020 - 10:24pm

    Got my copy from Amazon today. So far only watched the first episode in colour. The animation is excellent. I know the story well anyway having heard the soundtrack, and already seen the loose cannon reconstruction a few years ago. But it’s one of those six parters I feel would have worked even better as a four parter. There aren’t that many six episode stories I feel actually adequately work at six episode lengths to be honest.

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    • Philip Shaw

      September 15th, 2020 - 1:06pm

      I think Seeds of Doom with the Antarctic beginning, and Talons of Weng Chiang fill there length well…

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 12:59pm

      Mind there are many four part stories that struggle to fill the time as well. Fury works reasonably well but remember it was a different age and all drama was much slower paced.

    • Dalek Eye Stalk

      September 17th, 2020 - 9:26am

      I much prefer ‘The Web of Fear’ to ‘Fury from the Deep’. ‘Web’ I’ve always liked, even when most of the story was missing I still enjoyed the audio. ‘Fury’ on the other hand I found to be slower in pace and a real struggle on audio. I’ve even found that the same with the loose cannon recon, and the animation. Indeed ‘Fury’ has it’s classic scenes and moments, but I’ve always felt ‘Fury’ is a bit overrated.

    • Dalek Eye Stalk

      September 17th, 2020 - 10:17am

      I agree Philip Shaw. In my opinion there are only 5 stories that actually work at having a six episode length, and they would be ‘The Power of the Daleks’ , ‘The Enemy of the World’ , ‘Genesis of the Daleks’ , ‘The Seeds of Doom’ and ‘The Talons of Weng-Chiang’.

    • philip shaw

      September 19th, 2020 - 11:24pm

      The Invasion of time and Armageddon Factor fizzle out very quickly especially the latter which has to pad out it’s running time by being stuck in a time loop. When the Black Guardian does eventually turn up he’s very negative about it also.

  • Nick

    September 14th, 2020 - 8:56pm

    I am watching this in black and white (for me this works better), the animation is brilliant. (I wrote a lengthy comment earlier please don’t put it up Booby because I have reappraised what I said and the animation is extremely good!) Roll on more animation releases please!!

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    • Anonymous

      September 14th, 2020 - 10:37pm

      Love the monochrome version. Works very well.

    • Pj

      September 15th, 2020 - 8:51am

      Have heard the next releases should be
      Evil of the Daleks &
      The Abominable Snowmen
      Hope This helps

  • Nick

    September 14th, 2020 - 8:19pm

    Just been reading the comments. Overall I think it is a really nice package bar the lack of 1993 Fury from the Deep with Tom Baker’s narration (disappointed there!). The ‘sets’ of the animation are brilliant, beautifully atmospheric. The artistic representation of the faces is superb as are the mouth movements and expressions – very fluid. I don’t know if it is the style of animation, I find this one hard to get used to compared with Moonbase and Power Special. The outlines to the animated characters is too bold and at times the artistic depiction of detail such as the hair – shadows or highlights is too comic book-like in style. The movement of the characters at times does not work for me. Arms being too long when the characters are gesticulating. Running /walking actions at times are too disjointed. Shame, clearly so much effort has gone into the production of this. Some of the movements clearly needed polishing off. The seaweed menace is really well done! Fabulous section when the sea-weed creature invades. That sequence over the sea!!! Brilliant. It is great to see this story animated at last. Looking forward to seeing what is produced in the future, even if it means waiting a bit longer for the production to be fine tuned. Overall, fans have been really spoilt!

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    • Paul Castle

      September 16th, 2020 - 6:58am

      Yeah, I’m disappointed by the lack of the Tom Baker narration too, which was a lovely bonus for Power of the Daleks. Just a minor quibble though: the fact that we have these new animated releases at all is a major bonus for our collections in itself! Let’s hope that the forthcoming Evil of the Daleks release has the Tom narration included.

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 1:43pm

      I agree and frankly I’d rather have had the Tom Baker version than the slide.

    • Anonymous

      September 16th, 2020 - 7:42pm

      I see what you mean about the character’s arms

    • Gordon

      September 17th, 2020 - 7:12am

      Well the fury releases already had the soundtrack available in mono, stereo, 5.1 and Fraser Hines narration. Given the choice of yet another variation of the same soundtrack and a completely different 1 the choice to give a completely different 1 adds variety. It will probably make its way to disc for the collection set in a few years and even if you don’t buy them it’s not like it isn’t readily available now as it’s pretty easy to find on YouTube to experience

  • Mark

    September 14th, 2020 - 7:39pm

    It’s only a slight niggle, the DVD jewel case isn’t “silver”, is a cheap see-through plastic case. The uniformity of my collection is off… not happy

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    • Dean Wells

      September 14th, 2020 - 7:47pm

      Yes I hate that.
      Had to buy a cheap 3 disc adventure with silver case (Talons last time) to swap this and the Power special edition into so as to maintain uniformity!!

    • Gordon

      September 14th, 2020 - 9:29pm

      It’s because of a change of government guidelines in usage of reusable plastic

    • Anonymous

      September 14th, 2020 - 10:37pm

      It’s a change in the law. Nothing to be done about it.

    • the ergon

      September 14th, 2020 - 10:45pm

      Thats what i did. Swapped it into a spare New ‘War Games’ case. In fact i,ve been swapping a lot of cases and buying new copies to accommodate both DVD and Blu-Ray versions in one case which can be costly when you need spares for all the Bonus Discs. I,ve taken all the Blu-rays out of the new Delicate Packaging and put them away and still use the DVDS in Two And three cases. Got rid of the special features discs as no doubt they will all mostly turn up on the subsequant releases in the future. Its just so i can watch them in both picture ratios. Got more discs to cover the next 3 or 4 to come. I hate all the swapping and changing but i still have matching sets to date.

    • Paul Castle

      September 16th, 2020 - 6:52am

      Oh, you’ll hate me! I always bin the packaging, and recycle the inserts. All my discs go in 240 disc cases. Makes it so much easier to archive, and marathons become a real page turner…

  • Number 2

    September 14th, 2020 - 6:05pm

    Got the DVD today. Funnily enough, it’s my first time watching the story! The animation looks superb! Hope you guys got the DVD/Blu-Ray/Steelbook soon. I may be tempted to buy the Blu-Ray as part of the collection, who knows?

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  • Joel

    September 14th, 2020 - 5:57pm

    Any idea when a U.S. release is likely?

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    • Gordon

      September 14th, 2020 - 6:24pm

      It was briefly up for preorder for April.

  • MattD

    September 14th, 2020 - 2:55pm

    Really enjoying Fury – the documentary is ace and a great commentary, despite it being recorded in lockdown.

    My only gripe is that the reversible cover is rather dull. I appreciate they can’t waste resources to make unique artwork for the reverse, but I wish they would at least change the colour on the ‘Patrick Troughton Years’ banner – the last four releases have used the dark blue/purple colour and it really doesn’t match the main image (red/green in this case). Looks really lazy and ugly. I wonder why they can’t simply change the colour (they can change everything else on the cover like the title, after all)?

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    • Anonymous

      September 15th, 2020 - 1:01pm

      Agree. The last release that used a totally different colour that wasn’t a shade of blue or purple was the original release of The Enemy of the World in 2013. (Which was red)

  • Callum Eales

    September 14th, 2020 - 2:50pm

    Am the only person thar prefers the b/w animation. It was meant to be viewed in black and white. The telesnap reconstruction is fantastic aswell. Highlanders next please

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    • Anonymous

      September 15th, 2020 - 1:25am

      Loved the black and white version. Really works for the moody scenes in the impeller shaft.

    • Anonymous

      September 15th, 2020 - 7:24pm

      I’m a purist; I don’t watch the colour versions.

  • IsItNeil

    September 13th, 2020 - 4:42pm

    Thank you Amazon! My pre-ordered DVD copy arrived today; 1 day early; on a Sunday too!
    My ONLY issue with previous releases has been resolved with detailed disc listings not only in the booklet, but also summarised on the artwork printed on the individual discs themselves too. Beyond this; the usual very high standards have been maintained here; with an amazing and Outstanding selection of features and special features spread over this 3 disc release. Again there is an amazing 12 sided booklet, and a reversible sleeve availing the option to have this dvd match the rest of the releases of the classic releases. Once I have enjoyed the entirety of this dvd I will provide further feedback as necessary. However I can already announce that from what I’ve enjoyed so far this is a fantastic release of a great story. Thoroughly recommended. I have also preordered the Limited Edition SteelBook which I am awaiting delivery of.

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    • IsItNeil

      September 13th, 2020 - 4:49pm

      So far the standard and quality of the black and white animation is for me; bearing in mind budgetary and time restraints (as said by others many times in the past – Pixar and Disney this is not) is very high. It feels very fluid and the wide and landscape shots are amazing. The audio restoration by Mark Ayres is as ever faultless and a work of art. As indicated the visuals are really really good , yet in keeping with the original and styles / techniques / opinions of the time of production. So far nothing I could want any different or have issue with.

  • GuyTheZygon

    September 12th, 2020 - 10:12pm

    I received this todaY (two days before official release!) thanks to Zoom and watched the entire storY in one sitting; the team have done a terrific job on this one. If as a purist, You are dubious about watching the colour version, don’t be – it’s beautifullY done and well worth a watch – there’s some reallY chilling moments and brilliant cliffhangers plus touching and sensitivelY-handled scenes involving Victoria towards the end.. OnlY anYone who has been themselves involved at anY point in the arduous and sincerelY – LIFE-devouring process of animation can trulY appreciate the time and effort that’s gone into this reconstruction; the eerie sound qualitY also is excellent and the tinY snippets of original footage that are also presented, along with some staggering colour super 8 from Ealing Studios offer a tantalising glimpse of how atmospheric the original serial must have been like. I recommend watching it in the dark with the lights out – it took me right back to those thrilling Saturday nights of childhood – enjoY folks!

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  • the ergon

    September 11th, 2020 - 8:02pm

    I would have liked to have recieved mine today as others have. The preorder has been in my email 11 months and like many, ordered the moment it went up, I have finally deleted it from my backed up list. I shall order much later in future.

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  • Paddy Troughton

    September 11th, 2020 - 12:15pm

    Just received my copy of fury from the deep 3 days early on my birthday aswell can’t complain. Watched the first 10 minutes of it and I don’t know what it is but can’t seem to get to grips with the animation style maybe because its majorly different to the faceless ones, macra terror ect but for example the tardis landing on the ocean looks terrible hopefully I start to like it the more I get in to the story

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  • the ergon

    September 11th, 2020 - 11:13am

    Just had the despatch Email. They are usually quick from Zoom when its just the one item.

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  • Xander J. Williams Esq.

    September 11th, 2020 - 1:23am

    I’m wondering if there will be region 1 DVD releases of Doctor Who The Faceless ones and Doctor Who the macra terror and Doctor Who Fury from the deep?

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    • Gordon

      September 11th, 2020 - 1:55am

      Macra terror is already out. Faceless ones is due out 20th October. Fury from the deep was briefly up for an April release however that date is gone. It is also worth noting if you have a blu ray player that the U.K. blu ray releases are region free

    • Anonymous

      September 11th, 2020 - 2:22am

      The Faceless Ones comes out next month. We already have the Macra Terror in region 1 (at least in the US). Unless you meant the special edition of Power of the Daleks. I’m sure we’ll get Fury too but it’s usually a number of months after the UK.

  • Anonymous

    September 10th, 2020 - 6:41am

    The new trailer is superb. I can’t wait to see it in B/W.

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    • Lee d

      September 10th, 2020 - 6:56pm

      Me too ! It looks smashing.

  • Anonymous

    September 9th, 2020 - 4:46pm

    Noticed this is still £14.99 they normally drop to £12.99 by now

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  • Gordon

    September 8th, 2020 - 5:37pm

    Jason arnopp has his review copy and posted an unboxing video

    The disc layout is as follows

    Disc 1: colour animation
    Bonus: surviving footage
    Episode 6 film trims
    Episode 6 behind the scenes footage

    Disc 2: black and white animation
    animation making of
    Fury teaser trailer

    Commentary, 5.1 mix and production subtitles are on both discs 1 and 2

    Disc 3: telesnap recon
    the cruel sea: surviving fury from the deep
    the slide audio drama
    interview with Victor Pemberton
    Interview with peter day
    pdf materials

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    • the ergon

      September 10th, 2020 - 9:09am

      Expected the surviving Footage to be included. Slowly but surely the ‘Lost In Time’ DVD is becoming more obsolete.

    • Gordon

      September 11th, 2020 - 2:07am

      Disc 1 is pretty much untouched

      Disc 2 is almost obsolete. Evil episode 2 and commentary (which is rumoured to be animated soon), about 50 seconds of clips from the highlanders and a 30 second Easter egg from the underwater menace

      Disc 3: abominable snowman ep 2 (also rumoured to be animated) web 1 commentary, wheel 3 and 6 and space pirates 2 and the missing years

    • Gordon

      September 12th, 2020 - 12:26pm

      Having got my copy it’s actuallly disc 1 that is in black and white and disc 2 that is in colour

    • Number 2

      September 14th, 2020 - 6:03pm

      Correction – The B/W episodes are on Disc 1 and the colour episodes are on Disc 2. It seems that they put B/W episodes on Disc 1 as first choice, rather than an option, I believe.

    • Anonymous

      September 14th, 2020 - 7:15pm

      Disc one is the black and white, not colour version

  • Dr hook

    September 7th, 2020 - 10:47am

    I’ve heard a rumour floating around that we shall be getting a confirmation soon about the next animated releases

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    • iain dickson

      September 10th, 2020 - 10:21am

      Hope it’s Evil of the Daleks or the Dalek Masterplan.Would be good to have every dalek story on DVD.

    • Number 2

      September 15th, 2020 - 10:44pm

      From what I know of, that Mirror reported that the Evil of the Daleks and the Abominable Snowman will be animated next year. But so far I haven’t heard anything confirmed by the BBC.

  • Gordon

    August 19th, 2020 - 1:11pm

    The commentary is as follows:

    All episodes moderated by Toby Hadoke

    Episode 1 and 5: Frazer Hines (Jamie), Michael E Bryant (production assistant) Margaret Hayhoe (assistant floor manager)

    Episode 2: Gary Russell (animation executive producer)

    Episode 3: Peter kindred (designer)

    Episode 4: ken westbury (film cameraman), Sylvia James (make-up supervisor), plus archival interviews with Hugh David (director) and John Abineri (van Lutyens)

    Episode 6: Fraser Hines and Gary Russell

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    • the ergon

      August 19th, 2020 - 2:29pm

      Where were the Archival interviews sourced from gordon?

    • Gordon

      August 19th, 2020 - 6:07pm

      Hugh David was from 1986 and the John Abinari Was from 1999 according to doctor who magazine

    • the ergon

      August 19th, 2020 - 8:28pm

      Interesting. don,t think i,ve ever seen any John Abineri interview. Or Hugh David for that matter. Convention stuff or forgotten footage?

    • iain

      September 10th, 2020 - 10:19am

      Thanks for letting me know.Been wondering who was doing the commentaries since the release was announced .Can’t wait till monday !

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