Doctor Who

Doctor Who

Lost in Time Collection of Rare Episodes: the Patrick Troughton Years, 1966-1969

DVD - 2004
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Never broadcast in the U.S., these episodes offer an enticing glimpse into lost stories that have achieved legendary status. The under water menace: The people of Atlantis are alive and well and living under the spell of Professor Zaroff and his pet octopus. The moonbase: The Cybermen attack the Moon, looking to control Earth's weather. The faceless ones: An alien menace kidnaps teenagers from Gatwick. The evil of the Daleks: The Daleks try to harness the human factor and end up playing trains. The enemy of the world: The Doctor's evil double plans to rule the world with volcanoes. The abominable snowmen: A sinister force attacks a Tibetan monastery. The web of fear: The Yeti invade the London Underground. Peak hour chaos. The wheel in space : The Cybermen attack a space station. The space pirates: The final frontier is plagued by ruthless space pirates.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : BBC Video ; Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780790798394
0790798395
Branch Call Number: 791.4572 DOCTOR
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (ca. 288 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in

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thunderbirds
Jun 02, 2014

There are some good episodes on this DVD, and besides the poor audio quality on "Moonbase Episode 1" this DVD is quite amusing!

ALloyd89 Jun 20, 2013

I had never seen any of the episodes with William Hartnell has The Doctor before. I enjoy these immensely, and he has become one of my favorites from Classic Who. Definitely worth a watch, IMO.

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astrocreepy
Mar 11, 2013

Good classic Doctor Who fun. You do not need special effects to make these lost episodes fun. Although not complete stories its great to see early Daleks and the beloved Nicholas Courtney with the 1st Doctor and not being Lethbridge-Stewart. Great special features including what looks to be the death of a companion not seen in the lost episodes.

roadshowrigoletto Jan 24, 2012

Patrick Troughton, the man who was reborn as the second Doctor, is the one that oddly there seems to be the least in the way of historical record available for viewing. These two disks are filled with some of the various remains of his tenure in the role. Isolated audio tracks and incomplete adventures. Not so interesting if your intent is to amuse yourself on a Sunday evening (even if the Doctor did say once that "Sundays are rubbish") but if you are interested in becoming conversant with the entire lineage of space-traveling Time Lords, well then maybe this will be of interest.

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Jun 02, 2014

In the late 1970's, more then half of the episodes of Doctor Who that stared Patrick Troughton were erased. This DVD holds the remaining episodes of some of those lost serials, and includes the audio track for the episodes in that serial that are missing.

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