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Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Childhood home of Billy Idol and Max Splodge - Orpington

#73: Box Set - Kamelion Tales
ii) Planet Of Fire

Release date - June 2010

Box info:
"The Fifth Doctor and the Master do battle over a shape-shifting android in these two classic 1980s adventures!"

Back cover info:
"A strange signal from Earth draws the TARDIS to the island of Lanzarote, where Turlough rescues a young American girl, Peri, from drowning. Among her possessions is an artifact bearing an alien symbol the same triangular mark that Turlough has branded into his arm.

The mystery deepens when Kamelion falls under the control of a powerful mind, and the TARDIS travels to the volcanic world of Sarn. As Turlough is forced to face his past, the Doctor must stop his oldest enemy from harnessing the revitalizing powers of Numismaton gas."

Special features
Disc 1 - Transmitted Version
  • Commentary with Peter Davison (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri) and Mark Strickson (Turlough) and Fiona Cumming (Director)
  • Subtitle Information Text
  • Isolated Music Score
  • The Flames of Sarn (dur. 25.36) - The Making Of 'Planet of Fire'
  • Return to the Planet of Fire (dur. 12.35) - Director Fiona Cumming and designer Malcolm Thornton return to Lanzarote to revisit some of the locations used during filming of the story
  • Designs on Sarn (dur. 5.00) - designer Malcolm Thornton talks about his inspirations for the production design of 'Planet of Fire'
  • Alternate Edits, Deleted and Extended Scenes (dur. 15.23)
  • Continuity (dur. 1.34)
  • Coming Soon Trailer: The Dominators (dur. 1.04)

Disc 2
  • Planet of Fire: Special Edition (dur. 66.20)
  • Optional Introduction (dur. 1.23) - an introduction to the Special Edition from director Fiona Cumming
  • Calling the Shots (dur. 7.46) - behind the scenes during the production of 'Planet of Fire'
  • Remembering Anthony Ainley (dur. 12.34) - A retrospective of the life and career of actor Anthony Ainley
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