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Doctor Who: The Space Museum / The Chase

Doctor Who: The Space Museum / The Chase

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A pair of digitally remastered classic Doctor Who adventures arrive on DVD! In The Space Museum, the TARDIS jumps a time track and the Doctor (William Hartnell) along with the travelers arrive on the planet Xeros. There they battle Morok invaders to thwart a highly unwelcome future. The Chase visits the Empire State Building, ancient ships and a jungle planet as the travelers face off against Daleks and Mechonoids in a fierce battle that will play a decisive role in the fate of the universe.
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A pair of digitally remastered classic Doctor Who adventures arrive on DVD! In The Space Museum, the TARDIS jumps a time track and the Doctor (William Hartnell) along with the travelers arrive on the planet Xeros. There they battle Morok invaders to thwart a highly unwelcome future. The Chase visits the Empire State Building, ancient ships and a jungle planet as the travelers face off against Daleks and Mechonoids in a fierce battle that will play a decisive role in the fate of the universe.. "

Digitally remastered Doctor Who classics The Space Museum and The Chase!

The Space Museum   The TARDIS lands on the planet Xeros, where a vast museum houses a collection of relics from the galactic conquests of the mighty Morok Empire. While they are exploring, the Doctor and his companions make a disturbing discovery: their future selves are preserved as exhibits...

The Chase   When the Doctor and his companions discover that a group of time-traveling Daleks have orders to exterminate them, a dangerous chase across time and space follows...

Cast & Crew:

Starring: William Hartnell, Jacqueline Hill, William Russell, Maureen O'Brien

Director: Mervyn Pinfield / Richard Martin

Writer: Glyn Jones / Terry Nation

Original Release Dates:

The Space Museum: April 24, 1965

The Chase: May 22, 1965

Press:

“….the greatest science fiction series of all time is Doctor Who!” – Harlan Ellison

Episodes:

The Space Museum: Disc 1

  1. The Space Museum
  2. The Dimensions of Time
  3. The Search
  4. The Final Phase

The Chase: Disc 2

  1. The Executioners
  2. The Death of Time
  3. Flight Through Eternity
  4. Journey into Terror
  5. The Death of Doctor Who
  6. The Planet of Decision

Special Features: Disc 2 & 3

  • Audio Commentaries
  •  Defending the Museum
  •  My Grandfather, the Doctor - Jessica Carney on William Hartnell
  •  A Holiday for the Doctor - Spoof with Christopher Green as Ida Barr
  •  Cusik in Cardiif
  •  The Thrill of the Chase - Making Of
  •  Last Stop White City - Story of Barbara and Ian
  •  Daleks Conquer and Destroy  
  •  Daleks Beyond the Screen - Merchandise
  •  Shawcraft – The Original Monster Makers  
  •  Follow That Dalek 8mm amateur film
  •  Give a Show Slides 16 stories
  •  Photo Galleries
  •  Radio Times Listings
  •  Production Note Subtitles

 

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Additional Information
Format: DVD
Show: Doctor Who
Brand: Doctor Who
Genre: Science Fiction
Run Time: About 4 Hours - Approx. 146 min + over two hours of Enhanced Content
Number of Discs: 3
Region: Region 1
Character: First Doctor, William Hartnell
UPC Code : 883929099412
ISBN: 883929099412
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For more than 40 years
For more than 40 years l have enjoyed watching Dr Who. At that time it was Jon Pertwee. I later learned about William and Patrick. I had hoped to obtain a complete collection of the first two Drs episodes which apparently are not available. Still l enjoy the ones I have and will continue to seek those older episodes.
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Review by james c. (Posted on 12/31/2015)
Much fuss is made of
Much fuss is made of the Beatles "Ticket To Ride" scene being cut from the North American version of this DVD due to copyright reasons, but don't let it put your off. It takes nothing away from the story. My memory isn't good enough to have remembered that little segment in the first place.
Both these stories tread the middle ground for early Doctor Who. Enjoyable in their own right, but add nothing to the cannon, and could be watched independently without any real foreknowledge of the show. Just keep in mind just how old these episodes are when watching and enjoy them for what they are; a nice slice of classic Doctor Who nostalgia for those of us that were around at the beginning!
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Review by Peter H. (Posted on 12/18/2015)
Overall a good price for
Overall a good price for two stories. The Space Museum has an excellent first episode but unfortunately falls apart in the next 3. The Chase is one of the best Dalek stories from the Hartnell era.
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Review by Jack M. (Posted on 3/2/2015)
What can I say, 2
What can I say, 2 great stories for the price of 1. In "The Space Museum", I liked the premise that the Tardis, in landing out-of-phase with time, shows the crew what would have happened if they had landed properly.(Giving them a chance to avoid the outcome.)
In "The Chase", The DALEK's were back. Always good to see how different Doctors handle them.
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Review by Allen M. (Posted on 1/23/2015)
Doctor Who Review The Space Museum/The Chase
The Space Museum is very good but it's villains lack lustre. The Chase on the other hand starts less the perfect but gets better.
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Review by Paul W. (Posted on 5/28/2014)