Doctor Who: Daleks - The Early Years (1992)

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A tribute to the monsters that put "Doctor Who" (1963) on the map, featuring interviews with their creator/writer Terry Nation, their designer Raymond Cusick, operator John Scott Martin and... See full summary »


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Writers:

John Nathan-Turner, Terry Nation, David Whitaker

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28 March 2004 | Theo Robertson
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| The Best YEARS Tape
In the early 1990`s the BBC released several videos dedicated to DOCTOR WHO featuring random episodes . In many ways these were a precursor to the concept of the DVD but they were also very patchy with episodes being very unrepresentative of their eras , the video featuring THE TROUGHTON YEARS was especially poor . This release entitled DALEKS- THE EARLY YEARS is almost certainly the best of the range

We`re treated to interviews with dalek operator John Scott Martin , Dalek designer Raymond Cusack , Dalek voiceman Roy Skelton and we see archive footage of Terry Nation - The man who created the Daleks for the show . We`re also treated to two full episodes of the epic Dalek tale THE DALEKS MASTERPLAN and the soul surviving episode of EVIL OF THE DALEKS a story of legendary acclaim amongst fans who saw it in 1967 . On top of that we see several clips of what was then recently discovered footage from the show that was thought to be lost forever

As I said this is the best of the YEARS tape , but I`ve got to ask if this is so good then why were most of the previous releases so bad ?

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Documentary | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

6 July 1992

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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