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on 6 January 2018
This box set is great as we have 3 stories from the 2nd, 3rd and 4th doctor.
Tomb of the Cyberman is hailed a classic and the best use of the Cyberman
The Three Doctors is a tenth anniversary story with Jon sharing screentime with Patrick and filmed inserts from William Hartnell who by that stage wass very ill
The Robots of Death Good Story with Tom Baker and Louise Jameson as companion Leela who asks that classic question why is the tardis bigger on the inside than out.
Nice set if you want to check out what the classic series was all about.
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on 16 February 2016
Really Great Boxset this Boxset contains 3 classic doctor who episodes

Tomb of the Cybermen - Tomb of the cybermen is a great creepy story with Patrick Troughton the 2nd doctor its such a great story
The Robots Of Death - Robots of death is a great story
The Three Doctors - The Three doctors is great because it features both Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee it also includes some scenes with William Hartnell the 1st doctor which was really nice to have in it. Even though you don't see that much of William because he had some sort of health problem it was still great to see him in it.

All in all i would really recommend this box set if you are a fan of doctor who or a Whovian.
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on 2 February 2014
Three very different stories from three very different eras of the show. "Tomb of the Cybermen" (5 stars): absolute classic from beginning to end featuring Patrick Troughton's magical interpretation of the Doctor seeking to prevent the Cybermen thawing out of their icy tombs. Beautifully shot in monochrome with strong performances from all - such a shame that there are so many missing Troughton stories! I remember watching "The Three Doctors" (3 stars) back in 72/73 and being completely puzzled as to who these other two were joining 'my' Doctor, Jon Pertwee. Age has not been kind to this story and it lacks pace. But it is still highly enjoyable if viewed as an early (then) tenth birthday party and worth buying alone for the Troughton/Pertwee interplay. "Robots of Death" (5 stars) features Tom Baker in an Agatha Christie murder mystery set on board an Art Deco mining vehicle staffed by creepy robots on an alien world. One of the very best Tom Baker stories.
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on 9 December 2013
This DVD collection contains three boxed disc sets each following the ongoing adventures of Doctor Who and his companions. A good bargain from Amazon, it was despatched swiftly and arrived in good condition. A nice touch of nostalgia for older Doctor Who fans who will remember these stories from the original broadcasts, and a nice introduction for younger fans who werent around in the days of William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton or Jon Pertwee.
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on 23 November 2014
3 Great Doctor Who stories i had to purchase because they are all Special Editions and i found that the picture on these have been improved and are better than the previous DVD releases.
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on 19 April 2016
These BBC productions never fail to please. Bought to replace the VHS versions, the Dr Who chronology is a glimpse into the growth and development of the BBC broadcast.
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on 6 February 2017
Great to have these 3 excellent episodes in one place and for such a good price. Probably the finest episodes of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th doctors.
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on 5 February 2018
Quick delivery will order again
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on 10 August 2017
Includes two of my favourite Who stories of all time; Tomb of the Cybermen and the Three Doctors. Great price for a stable of any Whovian collection.
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on 24 March 2018
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