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Doctor Who: Revelation of the Daleks [DVD]
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The Doctor and Peri arrive on Necros to attend the funeral of an old friend of who has recently died. However, Tranquil Repose is not all it seems and an attempt is made on the Doctor's life. Soon the Doctor comes face to face with the Great Healer, only to discover it is none other than Davros, the creator of the Daleks, intent on rebuilding the Dalek race decimated by the Movellans.
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Not only is the serial the best Colin Baker story, it's the best in the whole of the 1980's. Only 1984's THE CAVES OF ANDROZANI (also directed by REVELATION's superb Graeme Harper) can boast a production, a script, a cast and an emotional impact this impressive. But where ANDROZANI had a dodgy "Magma Beast" monster, REVELATION has no such shortcomings. There is not one prop, one set design, one special effect that really embarrasses, and when one considers the tiny budget that Harper and his team had to work with, this should make our fanboy (and girl) jaws drop. But of course we're not going to because received wisdom tells us that it's not as good as TOMB OF THE CYBERMEN, or PYRAMIDS OF MARS, or anyone of a dozen other stories that time after time gets cited in polls as "classic". I despair sometimes, I really do...Read more ›
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Not only the best story of the 'Colin Baker' years, but one of the best ever Doctor Who stories. Brilliantly directed, perfectly cast, and well written. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DVD Collector
Added to my sons collection of Dr Who. Great price and fast deliveryPublished 13 months ago by William Murray
a fault in the recording causes it to contumely jump back to an earlier part of the story. if you jump forward you miss a large paart of the storywhich continues for a little while... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer