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  • Actors: Matt Smith
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: 2Entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Oct. 2013
  • Run Time: 692 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (244 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00E9SUVQ2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,686 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 14 episodes from the seventh series of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama, starring Matt Smith in his final appearances as the legendary Time Lord. This time around, the Doctor (Smith), along with companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) - also making their series farewell - are kidnapped by the Daleks, transported to the American Wild West and find themselves having to save Earth from an unlikely invasion. The series also marks the introduction of the Doctor's latest companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman). The episodes are: 'Asylum of the Daleks', 'Dinosaurs On a Spaceship', 'A Town Called Mercy', 'The Power of Three', 'The Angels Take Manhattan', 'The Bells of Saint John', 'The Rings of Akhaten', 'Cold War', 'Hide', 'Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS', 'The Crimson Horror', 'The Last Cyberman' and 'Finale'.

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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260 of 269 people found the following review helpful By Adamo Giovanni Alex on 8 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD
2011 Christmas Special
The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

Series 7 Part One
7x01 Asylum of the Daleks
7x02 Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
7x03 A Town Called Mercy
7x04 The Power of Three
7x05 The Angels Take Manhattan

2012 Christmas Special
The Snowmen

Series 7 Part Two
7x06 The Bells of Saint John
7x07 The Rings of Akhaten
7x08 Cold War
7x09 Hide
7x10 Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
7x11 The Crimson Horror
7x12 Nightmare in Silver
7x13 The Name of the Doctor

Extras
Audio commentaries for episodes: The Snowmen, Cold War, Hide, and The Crimson Horror
Prequels for: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe, Asylum of the Daleks, The Snowmen (The Great Detective, Vastra Investigates, Demons Run: Two Days Later), The Bells of Saint John and The Name of the Doctor (She Said, He Said, Clarence and the Whispermen)
Pond Life
As Good as Gold (exclusive to the UK version)
The Making of the Gunslinger
Creating Clara
Rain Gods
Clara and the TARDIS
Inforarium
Clara's White Christmas
Behind the scenes featurettes for every episode (except The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe)
Last Days of the Ponds
The Science of Doctor Who
The Companions
Doctor Who at Comic Con
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Lew623 on 16 Jan. 2014
Format: DVD
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary season is a corker. The sad farewell of the Ponds, the puzzling mystery of Clara, exciting and interesting scripts, clever twists and some terrifying monsters.

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 2011 - THE DOCTOR, THE WIDOW AND THE WARDROBE
7/10: a bit cheesy but Hey! It's Christmas

SERIES 7 - PART 1

1. ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS (9/10): great to see all those Daleks although there could have been a little bit more action. For me, the highlight of the story is Jenna-Louise Coleman as the sexy Oswin. I wish Clara could be a bit more like that.
2. DINOSAURS ON A SPACESHIP (8/10): the doctor has a gang! Maybe some adults would find it boring but it's perfect for the kids. And Mark Williams is the perfect choice for Rory's dad.
3. A TOWN CALLED MERCY (7/10): a bit boring when i first watched it but it grew on me. A good story but cowboy western mumbo-jumbo isn't really my cup of tea.
4. THE POWER OF THREE (8/10): the year of the slow invasion. An interesting insight into the Ponds' life. Jemma Redgrave is good as Kate Stewart just as she is in The Day of the Doctor. I wonder if she's actually a Zygon at this point aswell? I give 8/10 for the first half-hour as the ending seemed a bit rushed and we never learn why the Shakri took Brian and some other humans.
5. THE ANGELS TAKE MANHATTAN (9/10): the much awaited return of the Weeping Angels and in New York too! Alex Kingston is amusing as River Song as always although she has been turning up like a bad penny in the past year. The Angels do not dissapoint and the Ponds' farewell is as emotional as promised although as other people have said, Rory doesn't get a proper send-off.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andy Hughes on 14 Jan. 2015
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The series is great. The quality of the product produced by the BBC, however, is less than brilliant. Series 7 suffers with the same issues that Series 6 does: in some episodes, particularly with dark scenes the very distracting scan-lines appear, rending the video quite unwatchable IMO.

Unlike Series 6, the BBC are flatly refusing to replace these discs, despite being perfectly aware of the fault. As with the Series 6 discs, their claim is that; it's not them, it's you. You and your rubbish equipment that you should never have bought!

They tell me that the TV and/or blu ray player is to blame. Having tried this with several TVs and BluRay players I can assure the BBC that it is not my TV and Blu Ray player - it is their incredibly shoddy product that is the issue.
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69 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Rimmer72 on 5 Sept. 2013
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Ive read various criticisms of this series and the Matt Smith/S Moffat era in general. Im afraid that I have to disagree with them. The point is valid that this whole post tennant era has been a rollercoaster of greatness and stupidity but as with life, you remember and take with you the good times. Here is where I choose to differ. The highlights of the Smith and Moffat era are so much better than what has come before that to then whinge about the poorer aspects is churlish. Its like being treated to a 5 star night out and moaning that the taxi was 5 mins late and the show you went to see finished a bit later than planned.

But I digress. The problem is RT Davies brought the show back from a very bad place and just kept building it up and up with Tennant the icing on the cake. But he peaked and there was nowhere left to go. He tried to change it slightly and all we got was self indulgent stories that bordered on ego. The tenth Doctor became a little too arrogant and toward the end a bit whiny. They should have ended the reign before the year of 'Specials' that saw Tennant leave. I was sorry to see him go but I was getting sick of it and that last year seemed tainted.

Matt Smith came in trying to fill some big boots. There was a lot of hit and miss as he and Moffat tried to differentiate themselves from what had come before but to my mind, Smith's inexperience in the role was not evident. He had done his homework and thrown all of himself into it. I have never seen an actor so young being able to portray the age and burden of a timelord who has endured too much. Yet he also bought an energy to the role. This was a character who was old but young, jaded but excitable, kind but dangerous. Smith literally nailed the eccentricity of the Doctor.
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