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Old 29th June 2021, 12:51 PM
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The Doctor (Tom Baker) threatens to blow up Davros (David Gooderson) with a Dalek bomb in Destiny of the Daleks (1979)

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Who: Before And After #449
Name: Declan Mulholland (1932 - 1999)
Year(s): 1972 / 1978
Stories: The Sea Devils episode 1 – The Sea Devils episode 2 / The Androids Of Tara part 1, The Androids Of tara part 3 – The Androids Of Tara part 4
Character(s): Alan Clark / Till

Before Who:
Films: Damn the Defiant! (1962), Mystery Submarine (1962), As You Like It (1963), Four in the Morning (1965), Secrets of a Windmill Girl (1966), 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968), The Charge of the Light Brigade* (1968), Great Catherine (1968), Guns in the Heather (1969), Brotherly Love (1970), The Snow Goose (1971), The Ruling Class* (1972)

Television: BBC Sunday-Night Play: The Fly Sham (1963) / Espionage: The Frantick Rebel (1964) / Festival: The Old Lady Says No! Or Who Wounded Maud McCutcheon? (1964) / First Night: Captain Rubian (1964) / Theatre 625: All the Conspirators #1 - The Ides of March (1964) / The Midnight Men [2 episodes as Cafe proprietor (1964)] / The Big Spender [4 episodes as O'Neill (1965-1966)] / King of the River: A Beautiful Pea-Green Boat (1966) / The Three Musketeers: Scandal (1966) / The Avengers: The Fear Merchants* (1967) / Mr. Aitch: Through the Eye of a Needle (1967) / The Revenue Men: Sometimes There's a Bonus (1967) / Dr. Finlay's Casebook: The Conscience Clause (1968) / The Jazz Age: The Assassin (1968) / Treasure Island: Hispaniola (1968) / The Magical World of Disney: The Secret of Boyne Castle (1969) / Adventure Weekly: Double Bluff (1969) / The Borderers: Dispossessed (1969) / The Wednesday Play: Blodwen, Home from Rachel's Marriage (1969) / Me Mammy: The Day Verilia Went to Pieces (1969) / ITV Playhouse: The Patriot Game (1969) / The Troubleshooters: The Slick and the Dread (1970) / Albert!: Hold Up, it's a Hand Up (1971) / Z Cars: Find (1971) / The Onedin Line [3 episodes different characters (1971-1978)] / Please Sir!: Please Give Generously (1972)

After Who:
Films: Theater of Blood* (1973), Sex Through the Ages (1974), The Land That Time Forgot (1974), Naughty! (1974), Brannigan (1975), Rogue Male (1976), Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope* [Scenes deleted. Was the original Jabba The Hutt before he was removed by a CGI creation ](1977), Joseph Andrews (1977), Double Exposure (1977), High Rise Donkey (1980), Hawk the Slayer (1980), Time Bandits (1981), Oliver Twist (1982), Much Ado About Nothing (1984), The Tall Guy (1989), The Rainbow Thief (1990), The Thief and the Cobbler (1993), War of the Buttons (1994), The Run of the Country (1995)

Television: Thirty-Minute Theatre: Thrills Galore (1972) / Armchair Theatre: The Folk Singer (1972) / BBC Play of the Month: Caucasian Chalk Circle (1973) / The Prince of Denmark [3 episodes as Danny (1974)] / Merry-Go-Round: The Sleepers on the Hill (1975) / Churchill's People: Mother India (1975) / Hogg's Back (1975) / Dixon of Dock Green: Jackpot (1976) / Angels: Facing Up (1976) / Dickens of London: Blacking (1976) / The Sound of Laughter: Bricks Without Straw (1977) / A Roof Over My Head: Another Fine Mess (1977) / Born and Bred: How Do You Feel When You Marry Your Ideal? (1978) / BBC2 Play of the Week: Another Day (1978) / BBC2 Play of the Week: Stargazy on Zummerdown (1978) / The Losers [3 episodes as Ex-Wrestler (1978)] / General Hospital: Long Weekend (1978) / Bloomers (1979) / Quatermass [2 episodes as Security Guard (1979)] / Premiere; Henry Intervening (1979) / Play for Today: The Adventures of Frank - Everybody's Fiddling Something (1980) / Shoestring: Looking for Mr Wright (1980) / Love in a Cold Climate: The Merry Widower (1980) / he Good Companions: Supper at the Royal Standard (1980) / Oppenheimer (1980) / Private Schulz (1981) / The Chinese Detective: Pasts (1982) / Up the Elephant and Round the Castle: Wakey Wakey (1985) / One by One: End of an Era (1985) / Late Starter [2 episodes as Harry (1985)] / Dodger, Bonzo & the Rest (1986) / Return to Treasure Island: Mutiny (1986) / Rockliffe's Babies: A Bad Few Days (1987) / Casualty: Peace, Brother* (1987) / The Bill [2 episodes as Raymond Kellow (1989-1990)] / The Brittas Empire: Opening Day (1991) / 4 Play: Work! (1991) / Lovejoy: Who Is the Fairest of Them All? (1993) / Casualty: Release (1995) / Madson (1996) / Father Ted: New Jack City (1996)
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A publicity photo of Jo Grant (Katy Manning) and Clifford Jones (Stewart Bevan) for The Green Death (1973)

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A publicity photo of Jo Grant (Katy Manning) and Clifford Jones (Stewart Bevan) for The Green Death (1973)
They were dating in real life at the time of this story
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Who: Before And After #450
Name: Alec Wallis (1920 - 2004)
Year(s): 1972 / 1975
Stories: The Sea Devils episode 1, The Sea Devils episode 4 – The Sea Devils episode 6 / Revenge Of The Cybermen part 1
Character(s): Bowman / Jim Warner

Before Who:
Films: All Neat in Black Stockings (1969), A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Television: Escape: The Wire Cutters (1957) / Television Playwright: The Commentator (1958) / Sykes and A... [3 episodes (1960)] / The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling: The Man Who Was (1964) / The Sullavan Brothers: A Case of Conscience (1965) / R3: A Sudden Change of Programme (1965) / Theatre 625: The World of George Orwell - Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1965) / The Newcomers (1967) / Happy Ever After: The Party Piece (1969) / Z Cars [5 episodes, different characters (1969-1974)] / Thirty-Minute Theatre: Revolutions - Fidel Castro (1970) / Rules, Rules, Rules: Rules in Games (1970) / The Doctors [3 episodes as Joe Higson (1970-1971)] / Softly Softly - Task Force: Moving On (1971) / The Man Outside: Hawk Street Horror (1972) / Colditz: Welcome to Colditz (1972)

After Who:
Films: The Hireling (1973), R.H.I.N.O.; Really Here in Name Only (1983), Little Dorrit (1987), The Fool (1990)
Television: New Scotland Yard: Error of Judgement (1972) / Between the Wars: Now Lies She There (1973) / Warship: Nobody Said Frigate (1973) / Within These Walls: Let the People See (1975) / Dixon of Dock Green: A Slight Case of Love (1975) / Quiller: Political Jungle (1975) / Dickens of London: Angel (1976) / Marie Curie [2 episodes as Francois (1977)] / Treasure Island (1977) / Secret Army [2 episodes, different characters (1977-1979)] / BBC2 Play of the Week: Stargazy on Zummerdown (1978) / Spy!: Camp 020 (1980) / The Gentle Touch: Rogue (1980) / ITV Playhouse: Looking for Vicky (1980) / Cowboys: Bell, Book and Candle (1980) / Bognor [6 episodes as George Hey (1981)] / Triangle (1982) / Grange Hill [2 episodes, different characters (1983-1989)] / Inside Out [5 episodes as Alfie (1985)] / Murder of a Moderate Man (1985) / The Bill [2 episodes, different characters (1985-1989)] / Rockliffe's Babies: Up the Down Escalator (1987) / First of the Summer Wine: Youth Wanted (1988) / 2point4 Children: Bird on a Wire (1992) / London's Burning [2 episodes as Resident (1994)]
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Old 1st July 2021, 07:52 AM
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For anyone who is collecting the BLU-RAY box sets, it seems that if you are a completest, you need to keep hold of some of the DVD releases as well

From what I am hearing, the series 10 box set is missing the 'Girls, Girls, Girls: The 70's' feature that was originally released on the special edition of 'The Three Doctors' and the series 24 box set is missing the 'Girls, Girls, Girls: The 80's' feature that was originally released on the 'Paradise Towers' DVD
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Old 1st July 2021, 03:32 PM
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Probably no surprise to anyone

Missing adventure ‘The Evil of the Daleks’ to be animated in 2021 / Doctor Who TV

The Evil of the Daleks will be released on 27th September 2021 on DVD, Blu-ray and as an exclusive Steelbook this year, filling another gap in missing Doctor Who episodes


"Patrick Troughton stars in this recreation of a lost classic from 1967.

The TARDIS has been stolen. Marooned on Earth in the year 1966, the Doctor and Jamie set out to find the missing time-machine. Their investigations bring them to a mysterious London antiques shop, where all the antiques all seem to be brand new.

Kidnapped by the antique shop's owner, the Doctor is then brought face to face with a very old enemy - the Daleks. Working from a house in Victorian England, the Daleks have a new master plan to conquer the universe. And in order to carry it out, they need the Doctor's help.

The original 1967 master recordings of 'The Evil of the Daleks' were lost soon after the programme's original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic."


Includes:
• Remastered surviving original ep2
• Telesnap reconstruction – 6 episodes
• Audio commentaries
• Audiobook, with recorded commentary by Tom Baker
• Making Of
• Photo Gallery

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Doctors eleven (Matt Smith) and ten (David Tennant) compare the size of their sonics in The Day of the Doctor (2013)

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Doctors eleven (Matt Smith) and ten (David Tennant) compare the size of their sonics in The Day of the Doctor (2013)

"Compensating?"
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Probably no surprise to anyone

Missing adventure ‘The Evil of the Daleks’ to be animated in 2021 / Doctor Who TV

The Evil of the Daleks will be released on 27th September 2021 on DVD, Blu-ray and as an exclusive Steelbook this year, filling another gap in missing Doctor Who episodes


"Patrick Troughton stars in this recreation of a lost classic from 1967.

The TARDIS has been stolen. Marooned on Earth in the year 1966, the Doctor and Jamie set out to find the missing time-machine. Their investigations bring them to a mysterious London antiques shop, where all the antiques all seem to be brand new.

Kidnapped by the antique shop's owner, the Doctor is then brought face to face with a very old enemy - the Daleks. Working from a house in Victorian England, the Daleks have a new master plan to conquer the universe. And in order to carry it out, they need the Doctor's help.

The original 1967 master recordings of 'The Evil of the Daleks' were lost soon after the programme's original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic."


Includes:
• Remastered surviving original ep2
• Telesnap reconstruction – 6 episodes
• Audio commentaries
• Audiobook, with recorded commentary by Tom Baker
• Making Of
• Photo Gallery

Amazon Pre-order

Be getting it but the animation seems to get worse with each release
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