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Doctor Who - The Beginning (An Unearthly Child [1963] / The Daleks [1963] / The Edge of Destruction [1964]) [DVD]
Doctor Who - The Beginning (An Unearthly Child [1963] / The Daleks [1963] / The Edge of Destruction [1964]) [DVD]
Dvd ~ William Hartnell
Price: £9.00

10 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Who fan ever says, 18 Nov. 2006
What brilliant DVDs too have. The first three stories in Doctor Whos entire history are brilliant. Its starts with An Unearthly Child and thist DVD itself is fantastic. Its Doctor-fied, TARDIS-fied, companion-fied and baddie- fied. Even though this story is human based- i mean the villians are humans- its plot is fantastic. Will they die in the caves of skulls?

Next is The Daleks. The Daleks is ofcourse as great as any other Dalek story of course (not ressurection- thats to rubbish (i mean ressurection is bad)and the daleks are the first monsters in doctor who history. this plot is even better than the last and the fact of the daleks dying would surly surprise anyone.

In the end its The Edge Of Destruction. Even though its only 2 x 25 minute eps it delivers a great and delivering plot. Even though it stars onlt the regulars the acting is still great but can the TARDIS and its crew stop it from falling in nothing ness

A much need for every one.


Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks [DVD] [1975]
Doctor Who: Genesis of the Daleks [DVD] [1975]
Dvd ~ Tom Baker
Price: £5.99

7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Who fan ever says, 13 Nov. 2006
WHAT A GREAT STORY!

Hailed as the number one Doctor Who story, which I think it deserves, this story is dark, suspensive, imaginitive, fantastic, marvolous, brilliant, excerlant, aweing (as in awe- inspiring) and every other good descriptive word you can think of. Terry Nation's penultimate Dalek story is the best in The Daleks and Doctor Who's story. The creation of Micheal Wisher's (and later that goodison bloke's (or what ever is name was)and Terry Maloy's) Davros is one highlight of the story.

The Timelords send The Doctor, Sara- Jane and Harry to Skaro to prevent the creation of The Daleks but crippled, Kaled scientist Davros wont head The Doctors warning to stop the prevention of his Daleks. so the Doctor has to use force. What will happen? A need for every doctor who fan.


Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks [DVD]
Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks [DVD]
Dvd ~ Colin Baker
Price: £6.99

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Who fan ever says, 13 Nov. 2006
THE DALEKS AND DAVROS ARE AT THERE BEST AGAIN. AND WHOA YOU BET THEY ARE.

After the flop of Eric Sayward's Ressurection Of The Daleks the script writer certainly gets his dignity back with this. The Daleks are killing again and Davros is back to his devious plans. The dark side of this story gives it an even more succes and its plot is the best in the show since Peter Davison's The Caves Of Androzani. Davros is killing humans (and aliens of course) to make new daleks that obey him. The Daleks are of a different design which gives the Dalek storys a new inventive streak and also the fact of Davros being the real enemy in this story gives it some aswell.

A certain need.


Doctor Who - Remembrance Of The Daleks [DVD] [1987]
Doctor Who - Remembrance Of The Daleks [DVD] [1987]
Dvd ~ Sylvester McCoy
Offered by A ENTERTAINMENT
Price: £9.89

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Who fan ever days, 13 Nov. 2006
The best story in the Sylvester McCoy era. New companion Ace (Sophie Aldred) is a great succes and makes the story more dark than Bonnie Langford's Mel ever did. The Daleks at there best again, making 'ressurection' the only bad Dalek story in the shows 43 year history. It shows the Daleks in two fractions and are at the hight of a war. Davros is of course the reason behind it and gives the story a unexspected twist. A certain need for every Doctor Who fan


Doctor Who - The Hand of Fear [DVD] [1976]
Doctor Who - The Hand of Fear [DVD] [1976]
Dvd ~ Tom Baker
Price: £6.99

3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Wha fan says, 12 Nov. 2006
Sara Jane's final story is a clasic in its own write with both lead actors making a great premier league of acting. The plot is exerlant and even though the visual affects are in no league of the ones today the sequence of the hand and the kustrian planet hq are exerlant. sara's leaving scene is comic and...... well u no what it is like when ever a side kick leaves the doctor and this classic is worth a seeing to.


Doctor Who: The Sontaran Experiment [1975] [DVD] [1963]
Doctor Who: The Sontaran Experiment [1975] [DVD] [1963]
Dvd ~ Tom Baker
Price: £6.00

3 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor who fan ever says, 12 Nov. 2006
Not the best story in the Tom Baker era but probably not the wirst either. The return of the Sontarans give this story a much bost and regular Elizabth Sladen is, as ever on fine form. Even though not the first in this series wee see more off the forth doctors personality and Tom Baker is as brilliant as ever. Also new comer Ian Marter is a good actor. The plot of this story is the normall, but great doctor who plot- An alien assesing/invading/destroying the Earth and saved by the \

Doctor. Certainly needs to be tried by all you fans atleast.


Doctor Who - The Robots Of Death [1978] [DVD] [1963]
Doctor Who - The Robots Of Death [1978] [DVD] [1963]
Dvd ~ Tom Baker
Offered by HalfpriceDVDS_FBA
Price: £5.22

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Biggest Doctor Who fan says that, 12 Nov. 2006
Posibley the best story in the 1976- 1977 series. The theme of this clasic story is more mystery than the average story whilst Tom Baker and new companion actor Louisa Jameson; aka Leela, both put in a strong perfomance. With impossible things going on and cliff hangers round every corner it is gripping all the way through. The Robots also make the story a complete success with the metal vioces and absurd costumes. And also exstras pay a part in this story never seen in the series befor but there is still one question; which of the crew is Tarrant Kappel - the murderer?


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