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|Catalogue number||BBCDVD 3382|
|Title||Doctor Who - The tenth planet|
|Artist||Kit Pedler / Gerry Davis|
|Cover condition||Near mint|
|Record condition||Near mint|
|BBC records label code||-|
|Distributed / printed by||2 entertain|
|Media genre||Dramas - Sci-fi View all other tracks listed as Dramas - Sci-fi.|
|Run-off codes / Shop bar codes||BBCDVD3382D1LO 01|
|My rating||Not set|
|Guest rating||Current average value is 3. |
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Release picturesBelow is all the cover (front, back, middle and inserts if applicable) and label pictures I have for this release.
TracksBelow is a list of tracks for this release.
|Side & track||Track and Artist||Length|
|A4||Part 4 (including animation credits)||24.37|
|A5||Frozen out - The making of The Tenth Planet||29.10|
|A6||Episode 4 VHS reconstruction||24.22|
|A8||Radio Times billings [PDF]|
|A9||Coming soon - Moonbase||1.03|
|B1||William Hartnell interview - BBC Bristol's Points West||3.18|
|B2||Doctor Who stories - Anneke Wills||13.39|
|B3||The golden age||15.49|
|B4||Boys! boys! boys! - Peter Purves, Frazer Hines, Mark Strickson||19.33|
|B6||Blue Peter - Tenth anniversary||9.05|
|Total length of media 3:58:33.|
More informationBelow is further information captured for this release.
Extra notes on cover, middle (gatefold sleeve) and any inserts
William Hartnell (First Doctor)
Patrick Troughton (Second Doctor) (uncredited)
Anneke Wills (Polly)
Michael Craze (Ben Jackson)
Robert Beatty - General Cutler
David Dodimead - Barclay
Dudley Jones - Dyson
Alan White - Schultz
Earl Cameron - Williams
Callen Angelo - Terry Cutler
John Brandon - American Sergeant
Shane Shelton - Tito
Steve Plytas - Wigner
Christopher Matthews - Radar Technician
Ellen Cullen - Geneva Technician
Christopher Dunham - R/T Technician
Glenn Beck - TV Announcer
Roy Skelton, Peter Hawkins - Cybermen Voices
Harry Brooks, Reg Whitehead, Gregg Palmer - Cybermen
The TARDIS lands at the South Pole in 1986. The arrival coinciodes with the appearance of Earth's forgotten twin planet Mondas along with visitors from that world - the emotionless Cybermen. It's up to the Doctor and his friends to stop the creatures before they convert Earth's population into similar cyber creations - but the encounter will have a devastating effect on the Doctor ...
This DVD containd a brand-new animated episode 4, currently missing from the BBC Archives.
It was the end but the moment had been prepared for. The Tenth Planet stands out as one of the biggest game-changing stories in the history of Doctor Who. Not only does it introduce viewers to the Cybermen for the first time - popular emotionless creatures that would appear again and again for years to come - but it also reveals something that we didn't know about the Doctor. If his body becomes too old or damaged, he can change it ...
For three years, William Hartnell had starred as the Doctor, a role he loved and helped create - the curmudgeonly old man, who was brilliant, stubborn, childlike and mischievous, someone who insisted that history shouldn't be interfered with, but who consistently broke all the rules ...
Behind the scenes, the production team decided to break all the rules too. Ill health was preventing Hartnell playing the part, tensions were fraught on set and those in control of the series knew that something had to change. And what better way to keep Doctor Who alive than change the actor who played the Doctor and build it into the grammar of the series. And this is it. This is where is all happens. In the last episode - especially animated for this release - almost without warning, Hartnell's Doctor announces those famous words before rushing back to his ship. It's far from being all over.
In retrospect, never a truer word has been spoken. Watched by his companions, the Doctor collapses in the TARDIS and starts to change. And it seems not a moment too soon ...
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