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on 17 February 2003
As an eager 6 year old I can remember dragging my other to the local Astonia to see this. Even watching now one can be impressed with the higher budget spent on these two films. (the BBC even borrowed some of the film daleks for TV production).
As like the last TV Doctor Who film this must be treated as a seperate entity to the TV run and enjoyed accordingly.
the late Peter Cushing (taking a break from Vampire Slaughter) makes an ideal Doc though his assitants Roy Castle and Bernard Cribbens are irritating to say the least. The musical score on both films is 60's cheesey but that apart the DVD is well worth space in a WHO collection.
Extras are good.
DVD is good value.
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