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Doctor Who DVDs: Black Guardian Trilogy DVD

by Grimwade, Peter et al

Black Guardian Trilogy DVD
Price: £24.99
Format: DVD
Released: 2009
Size: 3 discs
Runtime: 285 mins
Certificate: PG
Colour Type: Colour
Description:
Contains: Mawdryn Undead, Terminus & Enlightenment
Mawdryn Undead: Turlough may look like a normal pupil at a boy's boarding school, but he's actually an alien from another planet. And when the menacing Black Guardian asks him to kill the Doctor in return for a trip home, the boy quickly agrees.
By coincidence, Turlough's maths teacher is an old friend of the Time Lord's. But why doesn't the Brigadier remember that? The Doctor, along with his friends Tegan and Nyssa, is about to find out�
Terminus: Still under the malign influence of the Black Guardian, Turlough sabotages the TARDIS, placing the Doctor and his companions in grave danger. Nyssa disappears through and unstable interface with a nearby space liner, and the Doctor begins a desperate search for her aboard the ship.
When the Liner docks at Terminus, a space station in the exact centre of the universe, the horrific truth starts to emerge. It may already be too late to save Nyssa's life, and the existence of the entire cosmos is now in peril�
Enlightenment: Materialising on an Edwardian sailing yacht, the Doctor and his companions find themselves caught up in a mysterious and deadly race. The prize is Enlightenment - the wisdom to find your heart's desire - and it quickly becomes clear that one of the crews will let nothing and no-one stop them claiming victory. As the Black Guardian pressures Turlough to complete his side of their murderous pact, it seems the Doctor may not survive to cross the finish line...
These stories were originally broadcast on BBC1 between 1st February - 9th March 1983.
Special features:
Commentary by Peter Davison (The Doctor), Mark Strickson (Turlough), Nicholas Courtney (The Brigadier) and Script Edior Eric Saward. Who Wants to Live Forever?: Cast and Crew look back at the making of this story. Liberty Hall: A new drama in which a journalist travels to Brendon School to interview Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. Deleted and Extended Scenes. Film Trims: Taken from the location filming, including clapperboards and cast and crew setting up and performing various takes. Out-takes. New CGI Effects: The option to watch the story with many of the original video effects replaced by new CGI. Continuity: Original BBC-1 continuity announcements. Studio Floorplans. CGI Storyboards. Radio Times Listings. Isolated Score. Production Information Subtitles. Photo Gallery. Easter Eggs. Coming Soon Trailer. Digitally remastered picture and sound quality.
Commentary by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Mark Strickson (Turlough), Sarah Suttton and Writer Stpehen Gallagher. Breaking Point: The cast and crew look back at the making of this story. Origins of the Universe: Sir Patrick Moore ad Dr John Mason take a look at the science behind the Big Bang and the origins of the universe. Original Storybooks: Production storyboards for the spaceship sequences. Unused Model Shots: A section of unused takes from the model effects shoot. New CGI Effects: The option to watch this story with many of the original video effects sequences replaced by CGI. Continuity: Original BBC-1 continuity announcements. Radio Times Listings. Isolated Score. Production Information Subtitles. Photo Gallery. Easter Egg. Coming Soon Trailer. Digitally remastered picture and sound quality.
Commentary by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Mark Strickson (Turlough), Writer Barbara Clegg and Director Fiona Cumming. Winner Takes All: Cast and Crew look back at the making of this story. Casting Off! An actors view of working on Doctor Who. Single Write Female. Writer Barbara Clegg looks back on her career. The story of the Guardians: Investigating who - or what- the Guardians really are. Storyboards: a dual-angle feature, with visual effects supervisor Mike Kelt. Isolated Score. Photo Gallery. Radio times Listings. Production information Subtitles. Coming Soon Trailer. Digitally remastered picture and sound quality.
Feature length Version: A totally new edit of the story featuring 5.1 Surround Sound and new CGI effects, overseen by original director Fiona Cumming. Re-Enlightenment: The production team for the new version discuss their approach. Original Edit Comparison: A comparison of the original opening of Part Three and the transmitted one. Film Trims. Finding Mark Strickson: Mark Strickson looks back over his acting career. Finding Sarah Sutton: Sarah Sutton looks back over her acting career. Russell Harty's Christmas Party: a 1982 Christmas show featuring Peter Davison. Continuity: Original BBC-1 continuity announcements. PDF Material: The Radio Times Doctor Who 20th Anniversary Special and the Doctor Who office 'Production Bible.'
Black Guardian Trilogy