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Doctor Who: Series 6 (Blu-ray)

Doctor Who: Series 6 (Blu-ray)


"We need to reach out. We need to continue the line..."

On a windswept northern shore, the islanders believe the worst they have to fear is a Viking attack. Then the burning comes. Water will not stop it. It consumes everything in its path - yet the burned still speak. The Doctor encounters a people under attack from a power they cannot possibly understand. They have no weapons, no strategy and no protection against a fire sent to engulf them all. The islanders must take on a ruthless alien force in a world without technology; but at least they have the Doctor on their side... Don't they?

A thrilling adventure starring the Doctor, as played by Matt Smith.

SKU: 16415
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Matt Smith and Karen Gillen make their triumphant return as the Doctor and his companion in an all-new series of Doctor Who coming to DVD and Blu-ray. The new series will split in two parts, with release dates in July and in November plus a complete collection including the 2010 Christmas Special, A Christmas Carol, and packed with bonus features released in late November, just in time for the holidays! The new series features the first ever episodes of Doctor Who filmed in the United States and promises new thrills, new monsters, new adventures, and a fantastic cliffhanger at the end of part one which will leave fans pinned to the edge of their seats.


Part 1 7 45-minute episodes

Part 2  6 45-minute episodes

A Christmas Carol

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Format: Blu-ray
Show: Doctor Who
Brand: Doctor Who
Genre: Science Fiction
Run Time: About 9 3/4 Hours
Number of Discs: 6
Region: Region 1
Special Features: 2 monster files each - Get under the skin and inside the minds of the new Doctor’s most challenging opponents
UPC Code : 883929208746
Cast: Matt Smith, Karren Gillan
Editorial Reviews: “Smith’s might be…the best Doctor yet.” – The Atlantic
“excellent” – Entertainment Weekly
“the new Who feels at once traditional and fresh, and completely right” – LA Times