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Unit Files DVD

Information

Number of DVDs 3
DVD Number BBCDVD3376
Certification PG
Duration 250 minutes

Synopsis

Invasion of the Dinosaurs

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The Doctor and Sarah arrive back in the TARDIS to find London completely deserted – except for the dinosaurs. Has the return of these prehistoric creatures been deliberately planned and, if so, who can behind it all?

Episode entry

The Android Invasion

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When the TARDIS materialises just outside a sleepy English village, it appears the Doctor and Sarah Jane are nearly “home” at last. But all is not as it seems in rural paradise. White-suited, gun-wielding guards stalk the countryside, while the village itself is eerily deserted. As the Doctor and Sarah look on, a UNIT member leaps over a cliff to his death and, as the clock strikes twelve, the local pub is suddenly filled with strange robotic villagers

Episode entry

UNIT Files DVD is a wonderful set with two very popular stories.

Special Features

Invasion of the Dinosaurs

  • Commentary by Richard Franklin, Peter Miles and script editor Terrance Dicks (who comment on episodes 2, 3 and 6) and director Paddy Russell
  • ‘People, Power and Puppetry’ – Cast and crew look back on the making of this story
  • ‘Billy Smart’s Circus’ – featuring Jon Pertwee
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Now and Then Returning to the filmed locations
  • Photo Gallery
  • Easter Egg – Seek, locate and discover what happens when the Doctor meets the dreaded Floor Manager…
  • Production Information
  • Coming Soon Trailer
  • Radio Times Listings Programme Subtitles
  • Digitally remastered picture and sound quality with Episode 1 in monochrome, and Episodes 2-6 in colour

The Android Invasion

  • Commentary by Milton Johns (Crayford), Martin Friend (Styggron) Marion McDougal (Production Assistant) and Phillip Hinchcliffe (Producer), moderated by Tony Hadoke
  • ‘The Village That Came to Life’ – Cast, crew and local residents look back at the making of the story, in this documentary presented on location by Nicholas Briggs.
  • ‘Life After Who’ – Celina Hinchcliffe takes her father Philip on a trip down memory lane to recall his distinguished career in British television and film.
  • Photo Gallery
  • Weetabix Advert – TV advert for a Doctor Who themed promotion for this breakfast cereal.
  • Easter Egg – A ΒΌ” location sound rushes recording of some of the story’s scenes being performed.
  • Coming Soon Trailer
  • Radio Times Listings

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Reference

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