BBCDVD 1006 Doctor Who - The five Doctors (Autographed)

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Catalogue numberBBCDVD 1006
Sleeve picturePicture of BBCDVD 1006 Doctor Who - The five Doctors (Autographed) by artist Terrance Dicks from the BBC records and Tapes library
TitleDoctor Who - The five Doctors (Autographed)
ArtistTerrance Dicks
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeA
BBC DVD label
Item deleted?Yes
BBC%20DVD label
Distributed / printed byBBC Worldwide Ltd
Media typePrimary
Media genreDramas - Sci-fi View all other tracks listed as Dramas - Sci-fi.
Run-off codes / Shop bar codesDVD-0991-1/BBC1006B DO A
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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A1The five Doctors90.23
Total length of media 1:30:23.

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Peter Davison (Fifth Doctor)
Richard Hurndall/William Hartnell (First Doctor)
Patrick Troughton (Second Doctor)
Jon Pertwee (Third Doctor)
Tom Baker (Fourth Doctor)
Janet Fielding (Tegan Jovanka)
Mark Strickson (Vislor Turlough)
Carole Ann Ford (Susan Foreman)
Nicholas Courtney (Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart)
Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith)
Lalla Ward (Romana)
Anthony Ainley - The Master
Philip Latham - Lord President Borusa
Dinah Sheridan - Chancellor Flavia
Paul Jerricho - The Castellan
David Banks - Cyber Leader
Mark Hardy - Cyber Lieutenant
Richard Mathews - Rassilon
Frazer Hines - Jamie
Wendy Padbury - Zoe
David Savile - Colonel Crichton
Caroline John - Liz Shaw
Richard Franklin - Captain Mike Yates
John Leeson - Voice of K9
Roy Skelton - Dalek Voice
John Scott Martin - Dalek Operator
Ray Float - Sergeant
Keith Hodiak - Raston Robot
Stuart Blake - Commander
Stephen Meredith - Technician
John Tallents - Guard
William Kenton - Cyber Scout

Written by

Terrance Dicks

Produced by

John Nathan-Turner

Directed by

Peter Moffatt


The Doctor's past incarnations are being snatched out of time and space and transported to the Death Zone on Gallifrey, where they are reunited with some old friends and pitted against their deadliest enemies in the Game of Rassilon. Someone is manipulating the Doctor and his companions in order to claim thew most ancient and powerful secret of the Time Lords ... but can they survive the challenges and uncover the traitor before it is too late?


Given the precedent set by The Three Doctors in 1973, a story reuniting the Doctor's previous incarnations to mark the 20th anniversary of the series was inevitable. However, the logistics were to prove challenging in the extreme, resulting in the brave casting of Richard Hurndall as the First Doctor, and the cunning use of previously unseen footage of the Fourth Doctor from the incomplete Shada (1979) to cover Tom Baker's absence. Thankfully, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee slip back into their respective roles with enchanting ease, whilst Peter Davison's Doctor is allowed to remain at the centre of the action and uncover the true villain of the piece.

The Five Doctors is a landmark episode of Doctor |Who, but also as the first feature-length episode to be made. Screened as the centrepiece of 1983's Children in Need charity broadcast, it foreshadowed the notion of Doctor Who as the 'event television' it has become in recent years, as a time when the series itself was still relegated to a week-night slot in the schedules.

Season 20 had wallowed shamelessly in the show's history, and The Five Doctors brazenly set out trump that. It is a melting pot of Doctors, companions and enemies from the past, all jumbled together in a glorious confection, laced with a liberal dose of Gallifreyan legend, and sprinkled with continuity references to delight and exasperate fans in equal measure.

It's the raucous birthday party that the show deserved.

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