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Doctor Who Revisitations 2 (The Seeds of Death / Carnival of Monsters / Resurrection of the Daleks) [DVD]


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  • Actors: Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison, Frazer Hines, Wendy Padbury
  • Writers: Robert Holmes, Eric Saward
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Mar. 2011
  • Run Time: 336 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FV4R9A
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,404 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Special Editions of three classic Doctor Who DVD releases. Remastered. Repackaged. Reappraised. With exclusive new special features. Includes the following stories:

Seeds of Death
The TARDIS arrives on Earth in the 21st Century, human society is now reliant on T-Mat - a matter transmitting device that beams people and freight instantly to destinations all around the globe, but it’s malfunctioning and the travellers agree to investigate…

Special Features:
Disc 1
• 6 x 25 min monochrome episodes with mono audio.
• Commentary with cast and crew
• Audio Trailer & Coming Soon Trailer
• Programme Subtitles & Subtitle Production Notes

Disc 2
• Lords of the Red Planet- Documentary with cast and crew
• Monster Masterclass - director Michael Ferguson talks about his experiences directing some of Doctor Who’s most famous monster stories.
• Monsters Who Came Back For More!– Nick ‘Voice of the Daleks’ Briggs and Doctor Who Magazine’s assistant editor Peter Ware take a look at the reasons why monsters often return for further adventures.
• Sssowing the Ssseedsss Documentary
• Photo Gallery
• TARDIS Cam no.6
• Easter Egg

Carnival of Monsters
The Doctor and Jo take the TARDIS on a test flight. They arrive on a cargo ship, that appears to be crossing the Indian Ocean in 1926 but is in fact trapped inside a Miniscope - a banned peepshow of miniaturised life-forms…

Special Features:
Disc 1
• 4 x 25 min episodes with mono audio.
• Commentaries x 2 – with with cast and crew
• Episode Two – Early Edit– a longer early edit of the second episode, featuring the subsequently rejected ‘Delaware’ version of the theme music. It is presented here completely un-restored.
• Behind the Scenes
• Visual Effects Models
• ‘Five Faces of Doctor Who’ Trailer
• Director’s Amended Ending
• CSO Demo
• TARDIS Cam no.2
• Easter Egg
• Coming Soon Trailer
• PDF material
• Programme Subtitles

Disc 2
• Destroy All Monsters! Making of with cast and crew
• On Target with Ian Marter
• The A-Z of Gadgets and Gizmos
• Mary Celeste Documentary
• Photo Gallery
• Resurrection of the Daleks:
The TARDIS materialises in present day London within sight of Tower Bridge. Investigating some nearby warehouses, the travellers stumble into a trap that the Daleks have set for them…

Special Features:
Disc 1
• 2 x 45 min colour episodes with original mono audio and optional Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
• Commentary with cast and crew
• Casting Far and Wide Documentary
• On Location
• Extended and Deleted Scenes
• Breakfast Time - Janet Fielding and John Nathan-Turner interviewed on the BBC’s breakfast
• The Last Dalek– a behind-the-scenes look at the Ealing studios filming for 1967’s epic Dalek story, ‘The Evil of the Daleks’
• TARDIS Cam no.4
• Original Trailer & Isolated Music
• Coming Soon Trailer
• Easter Egg x 2
• PDF material & Programme Subtitles

Disc 2
• 4 x 25 min colour episodes with original mono audio and optional Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
• Commentary with cast
• Come In Number Five – a retrospective of Peter Davison’s tenure as the fifth Doctor.
• Tomorrow’s Times – The Fifth Doctor Documentary
• Walrus – an oddity from the BBC’s archives.
• Photo Gallery & Coming Soon Trailer
• PDF material & Programme Subtitles

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bob Marlowe on 6 Sept. 2011
Format: DVD
Briefly on Seeds of Death & Canival of Monsters as I reviewed the original releases; Seeds is a good follow up to the 1st Ice Warriors story which doesn't simply remake the 1st one. A little overlong at 6 eps but the introduction of the sleeker "Icelord" caste, the 2nd Doc's insistence that he can't be killed as he is a "genius", plus innovative ways of shooting the warriors (e.g. against sky) & a lot of movement keep this entertaining.
Carnival's a witty fun tale from Robert Holmes. Plenty of great dialogue & characters and the brilliant set-up (life forms trapped in a scope to entertain people with their behaviour) has more than a touch of the much later Big Brother Phenomenon.
Resurrection of the Daleks is a well made, entertaining mess. There are some great ideas e.g furthering the Daleks as intergalactic Nazis theme Davros is now Rudolph Hess (lone prisoner in a high security prison). The Shad Thames location is great, gritty & hepled tenfold by the rain. Spaceship sets look beleivable and as in all the best pepperpot shows a handful of Daleks look like more.
Great cast watch for Dirty Den Leslie Grantham, Likely Lad Rodney Bewes and pre-school favourite Chloe Ashcroft. Ashcroft is in particular a revelation as she acted so rarely but is bloody good here.
Best characters include Maurice Colbourne's mercenary Lytton making his debut, Sneh Gupta who puts an enormous amount into a small role & Terry Molloy's Davros debut.
Molloy's Davros has a more fruity flavour than Sir Michael Wisher (it's easy to imagine him enjoying a good port) but gets great scenes scheming & then in a showdown with Davison's Dr, which is a great moment for both actors.
The script throws ideas about, many of which are a Dalek's Greatest Hits package. It's often hard to see the point of them.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Theatre Addict on 26 Dec. 2010
Format: DVD
Well, here we go again - another three stories to be given brand spanking new updates and I have to admit that they are three stories which are solid enough.

Firstly, The Seeds Of Death starring the excellent Patrick Troughton. This story capitalises on the popularity of the Ice Warriors - unfortunately without Bernard Bresslaw this time but instead we get Alan Bennion making his first of three appearances as various Ice Lords - and of course this being screened in 1969, it features the Doctor travelling to the Moon by rocket. Although, there's the ineviable padding and general running around of a six parter, it's a solid enough story - particuarly when you think that within six weeks of this story finishing transmission, Troughton's Doctor would take his first steps towards his eventual regeneration in The War Games.

Jon Pertwee's era is represented by the excellent knock about fun adventure that is Carnival Of Monsters. You have comedy, thrills, scares, monsters - okay a few on a screen and the Drashigs, the Doctor and Jo partnership, and Ian Marter putting in a guest appearance as Andrews, prior to his casting as Surgeon Lieutenant Harry Sullivan for Series 12.

Finally, we get Resurrection Of The Daleks which has London Docklands, clones, viruses, Rula Lenska, Rodney Bewes, him from Howard's Way, Tegan's departure, a massive body count, Daleks... oh and Terry Molloy's first appearance as Davros to fit into it. With all this, you may wonder how on earth did it turn out okay? I don't know but it just does.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Huw Davies on 13 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD
You will no doubt have read the reviews elsewhere on this product's page which moan about the fact 2|entertain is re-releasing these DVDs, "forcing" us consumers to buy them. Well have I got news for you - you don't HAVE to buy them! The fact that every story on here is already on general release shows that they aren't trying to diddle you by making you get 1 new thing with 1 old thing.

Right rant over - on with the review. Revisitations 2 is a great set, building on the successes of Revisitations 1, and with stronger stories (though I think Doctor Who Revisitations 3 (The Tomb of the Cybermen/Robots of Death/The Three Doctors) [DVD] is going to pip it to the post). The stories are as good as ever - 'Seeds' is an enjoyable base-under-siege Troughton story featuring the evil Ice Warriors, 'Carnival' is a great self-contained Pertwee adventure and 'Resurrection' gives us gritty action and Daleks rolled into one.

The extras are the new boys on this set. For 'Seeds' there are 3 main new features - a making of (something the original release was devoid of), and 2 monster documentaries - one is an interview with 'Seeds' director Michael Ferguson on some of the Doctor Who monsters he has worked with over the years; very informative. The second details 'Monsters Who Came Back For More' and although nice to watch is nothing new to Whovians.

On the 'Carnival' disc there is a really enjoyable making-of called 'Destroy All Monsters' which is packed to the brim with B-movie and comic-book graphics - well worth a watch just for those!
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