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An Unearthly Child
The Edge of Destruction
A collection of previously lost, now restored episodes - known by fans as the 'orphaned' episodes - from the legendary Doctor Who series. Episodes are: 'The Crusade' (1); 'The Crusade' (3) - with commentary by Julian Glover and Gary Russell; 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (2) - with commentary by Peter Purves, Kevin Stoney and Ray Cusick; 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (5); 'The Daleks' Master Plan' (10); 'The Celestial Toymaker' (4); 'The Underwater Menace (3)'; 'The Moonbase' (2); 'The Moonbase' (4); 'The Faceless Ones' (1); 'The Faceless Ones' (3); 'The Evil of the Daleks (2) - with commentary by Deborah Watling and Gary Russell; 'The Abominable Snowmen' (2) - with commentary by Deborah Watling and Gary Russell; 'The Enemy of the World' (3); 'The Web of Fear' (1) - with commentary by Deborah Watling, Derrick Sherwin and Gary Russell; 'The Wheel in Space (3)'; 'The Wheel in Space (6) - with commentary by Derrick Sherwin and Tristan de Vere Cole; and 'The Space Pirates' (2). 'Audio only' episodes are: 'The Crusade' (2); 'The Crusade' (4); 'The Moonbase' (1); and 'The Moonbase' (3).
The last episode from the first season of this long-running BBC series. While trying to return to 1960s London the Doctor (the first incarnation played by William Hartnell), Ian (William Russell), Barbara (Jacqueline Hill) and Susan (Carol Ann Ford) discover themselves in eighteenth century France caught up in the revolution. They are arrested as traitors and Barbara and Susan are sentenced to death. The Doctor takes on the disguise of a leading revolutionary and must outwit his enemies to become reunited with his companions and save Barbara and Susan.
Roy Boulting directs this 1950s British comedy starring Glynis Johns as a woman whose sympathy for those in need plays havoc with her love life. Though it may seem to outsiders that Josephine Luton (Johns) is a good match for her fiancé, businessman Alan Hartley (Donald Sinden), there is a major problem - Alan is doing too well to elicit her sympathy. This goes instead to his friend David Hewer (Peter Finch), a playwright whose lack of success thus far leaves him in a melancholy state of mind. Josephine duly begins a romantic relationship with David to try and cheer him up, but are there men in even more desperate straits that could steal her from him?
Final adventure for the first incarnation of television's favourite time traveller. The Doctor (William Hartnell), Ben and Polly arrive at the South Pole Tracking station in 1986, just as a strange satellite enters Earth's orbit, affecting the latest space mission. The Doctor predicts that the new arrival is Mondas, Earth's long-lost twin planet, and is proved correct when the base is invaded by the Cybermen, the planet's ruthlessly logical and seemingly invulnerable inhabitants.
The Doctor and Dodo arrive in London in swinging 1966, only to discover a plot to use the computer WOTAN (housed in the Post Office Tower) to take over the world. When Dodo is hypnotised along with WOTAN's controller Professor Brett, the Doctor finds help in the form of Polly, Brett's secretary, and Able Seaman Ben Jackson. Together they must defeat WOTAN's terrifying War Machines. This release includes restored footage unseen since 1966, a clip from 'Blue Peter' in the same year with the public unveiling of a War Machine and a feature on how the story was put back together from the source material.
This farce, about a sergeant (William Hartnell) who takes a bet that the last recruits he trains will win the 'Star Squad' award, was the first in what was to become a long and popular series. Inept recruits include Bob Monkhouse, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey and Kenneth Connor.
Classic British crime thriller written and directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Paul Carpenter, William Hartnell and Patricia Roc. The film follows test pilot Val Neal (Carpenter), as he recovers from a crash which has left him suffering from blackouts. While undergoing treatment from psychiatrist Dr. Francis Pelham (Roland Culver) for his condition, Val escapes during a particularly violent episode and is later connected to a murder. With no recollection of the crime or his whereabouts at the time, can Val convince the authorities of his innocence?
Yorkshire miner turned rugby player Frank Machin (Richard Harris) has a number of women chasing after him, but only has eyes for his widowed landlady, Mrs Hammond (Rachel Roberts). However, she remains resolutely unresponsive to his advances. Meanwhile, Frank's rebelliousness at the club is tolerated as long as he is successful on the pitch, but as he comes to appreciate the emptiness of his existence his frustration begins to mount.
Another adventure for everyone's favourite time traveller. The Doctor (William Hartnell), Ian, Barbara and Vicki land on the planet Vortis, where a war is raging between the ant-like Zarbi and the butterfly-like Menoptra.
More sci-fi adventures for the gallant Timelord and his faithful chums. This time around, the TARDIS malfunctions and shrinks the Doctor (William Hartnell) so that he is just one inch tall. He then arrives on Earth and uncovers a diabolical plot by a ruthless businessman who has developed an insecticide so powerful that it will wipe out all insect life on the planet. The Doctor and his companions Barbara (Jacqueline Hill), Ian (William Russell) and Susan (Carole Ann Ford) try to put an end to these foul schemes, but that's obviously not so easy when you're no bigger than a thimble.
An early adventure for everyone's favourite time traveller. When the TARDIS lands on the planet Marinus, the Doctor (William Hartnell), Ian, Barbara and Susan are captured by Arbitan, Keeper of the Conscience of Marinus. The Conscience is an all-powerful machine which controls the planet in an attempt to regulate crime, but it requires four missing crystals to complete its function. Otherwise, the machine could fall into the hands of the Voord, led by the evil Yartek. The TARDIS crew are thus charged by Arbitan with recovering the crystals before it is too late.
50 episodes of the popular 1950s British television sitcom about a group of hopeless National Service conscripts assigned to the Surplus Ordnance Department. Follow the fortunes of Alfie Bass, Charles Hawtrey, Frank Williams, Dick Emery and Bernard Bresslaw, as they try to serve out their time in the National Service by doing as little as they possibly can, much to the annoyance of Regimental Sergeant Major Bullimore (William Hartnell).
The Doctor (William Hartnell), Ian (William Russell), Barbara (Jacqueline Hill) and Susan (Carol Ann Ford) find themselves stranded in Aztec times when the TARDIS is trapped in a tomb. Proclaimed a goddess by the Aztec priests, Barbara attempts to change the course of history by forbidding the human sacrifices which are part of the Aztecs' religion. It is up to the Doctor to find a way back into the tomb and recover the TARDIS, before the priest Tlotoxl (John Ringham) unmasks Barbara.
Guy Hamilton, best known for his work on Bond films such as 'Goldfinger' (1964) and 'Diamonds Are Forever' (1971), directs this adaptation of the story by Edgar Wallace. The Ringer is a feared and enigmatic criminal. Though believed by some to have died in Australia, a series of threatening notes received in London indicate to police that the Ringer is nearby - bad news for corrupt lawyer Maurice Meister (Herbert Lom), the subject of the threats, who the Ringer holds responsible for the death of his sister. A police unit is dispatched to Meister's house to offer protection. Police psychiatrist Dr Lomond (Donald Wolfit) is part of the team in attendance and tries to help Meister stay calm in the face of the threat. However, as it becomes increasingly clear that the Ringer has infiltrated the team and is within striking distance of his target, the composure of all concerned will be firmly tested...
Two classic episodes from the famous BBC sci-fi series starring, respectively, William Hartnell and Peter Davison as the Doctor. In 'The Awakening' (1984), the time-travellers come to the rescue of rural village Little Hodcombe, where a historical re-enactment is brought to life by alien war machine, the Malus. The Doctor (Davison) and his companions must help the villagers, past and present, to defeat the evil demon. 'The Gunfighters' (1966) sees the Doctor (Hartnell) materialising in the Wild West town of Tombstone with a bad bout of toothache. After tracking down a dentist by the name of Doc Holliday, the Doctor finds himself involved in a case of mistaken identity, and must find a way to escape a gang of cowboys, hellbent on trouble...
Two more adventures from the Doctor Who television series. In 'The Rescue' the Doctor lands on Planet Dido in the year 2493. He finds two human survivors from a ferocious Didonian attack, and must discover the motivation behind this violence. In 'The Romans' the Doctor lands in Italy 64 A.D., but his intention to have a holiday is destroyed when he is mistakenly identified as a murderer.
James Mason plays a hitman in this tense, atmospheric thriller from the director of 'The Third Man'. Johnny (James Mason) is the idealistic leader of an illegal organisation whi is on the run after escaping from prison. An attempt to hold up a linen mill goes wrong and Johnny is badly wounded. As the police hunt him down, Johnny searches for Kathleen, the woman who loves him.
Two classic multi-episode Doctor Who storylines from 1965, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor. In 'The Space Museum', the TARDIS and its occupants end up as an exhibit in a forgotten museum in the future. Episodes are: 'The Space Museum', 'The Dimensions of Time', 'The Search' and 'The Final Phase'. In 'The Chase', the travellers are forced to flee in the TARDIS when they learn that a group of time-travelling Daleks are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. Episodes are: 'The Executioners', 'The Death of Time', 'Flight Through Eternity', 'Journey Into Terror', 'The Death of Doctor Who' and 'The Planet of Decision'.
Classic Will Hay comedy. Inept schoomaster William Potts (Hay) is parachuted into Nazi Germany when British intelligence discover that he is the spitting image of an enemy master spy. Upon his arrival, Potts is put to work teaching young German spies how to appear authentically British - and is soon employing his own highly unorthodox educational methods!
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 (Patrick Troughton), Jamie (Frazer Hines) and Victoria (Deborah Watling) 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 agressive reptilian race from Mars, intent on awakening its fellows and conquering the Earth.
An early serial from the long-running BBC television series starring William Hartnell as the original Doctor Who. When the Doctor and his fellow travellers on the TARDIS board a moving spaceship they are surprised to discover that its occupants appear to be dead. Ian Chesterton (William Russell) finally manages to revive a few of the crew and discovers that they have been banned from leaving the orbit of the nearest planet, Sense-Sphere. A number of Sensorites, the race that inhabits the planet, subsequently arrive on the ship and threaten the Doctor and his comrades in a similar manner. A battle of wits ensues in which the humans, aided by the Doctor, attempt to escape the clutches of their alien captors.
Roy Boulton directs this classic adaptation of the Graham Greene novel detailing the activities of a group of thugs in 1930s Brighton. Pinkie Brown (Richard Attenborough) is the head of a gang of small time crooks who make their money from a protection racket centred around Brighton race course. Pinkie is known for his short fuse and brutality, so his murder of a rival, Fred (Alan Wheatley), is very much in character. Pinkie believes, nonetheless, that he has got away with the crime until the promptings of a suspicious local woman, Ida (Hermione Baddeley), threaten to have the case reopened. Since only one person can identify him as the murderer, the waitress, Rose Brown (Carol Marsh), Pinkie comes up with an ingenious solution - marry Rose to stop her testifying against him. But will things go to plan?
When the Doctor and his companions Ian, Barbara and Vicki enter a museum on the planet Xeros, they are astonished to find themselves displayed as exhibits! The TARDIS has jumped a 'time track' and offered them a glimpse of what the future could hold... The native Xerons are planning a rebellion against the occupying force of the Moroks who have invaded their world. The Doctor and his friends struggle not only to survive in the midst of battle, but to help change the future sufficiently to ensure their own freedom! Maureen O'Brien, who played Vicki in the story, provides linking narration for this intriguing 1965 BBC TV adventure. In a bonus interview she also recalls her time as a regular companion in Doctor Who. 2 CDs. 2 hrs 3 mins.
Feature-length episode to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the long-running sci-fi series. All five Doctors (Peter Davison, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Richard Hurndall and Tom Baker) and many of their old companions are taken out of time and deposited in the Death Zone on Gallifrey. There they must battle not only the Master, but Daleks, Cybermen and Yeti in order to reach the Dark Tower and discover the Tomb of Rassilon. This special edition includes new special effects and extra footage not included in the original broadcast.
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