|Edition: || US (special)|
|When: ||October 2011|
|Format: ||3 x DVD|
|New: ||$34.98 $24.99 Save 29%|
|New: ||CDN$ 29.48|
|Used: ||CDN$ 19.00|
Note: This is the same special edition (i.e. remastered and with additional extras) that was released in the UK and Australia in 2010 as part of the Revisitations 1 box set.
Death stalks the fogbound streets of Victorian London. Young women are going missing. Horribly mutilated bodies are found floating in the Thames. And criminal gangs terrorize the innocent.
At the heart of this tangled web sits the mysterious Li Hsen Chang, sorcerer and hypnotist, and his grotesque sidekick — the all-too-lifelike ventriloquists dummy, Mister Sin.
The Doctor dons deerstalker hat and cape to seek out the sinister force lurking in the shadows of the metropolis. For the talons of Weng-Chiang are reaching out to shred the human race.
DVD EXTRAS INCLUDE:
- Audio Commentary by actors Louise Jameson (Leela), John Bennett (Chang), Christopher Benjamin (Jago), producer Philip Hinchcliffe and director David Maloney
- The Last Hurrah Making Of with Tom Baker and Philip Hinchcliffe (32 mins)
- Moving On What would the next season have looked like if Hinchcliffe had stayed? (4 mins)
- The Foe from the Future The Unmade story that became The Talons of Weng-Chiang (7 mins)
- Now & Then Location featurette (11 mins)
- Look East Archive news feature (4 mins)
- Victoriana and Chinoiserie The literature behind the story (8 mins)
- Music Hall A look at a British theater tradition (22 mins)
- Limehouse — A Victorian Chinatown Putting the story setting in context (19 mins)
- Photo Gallery (4 mins)
- PDF materials: Radio Times Listings
- Production Notes Subtitle Option
- Digitally remastered picture and sound quality
Plus extras from 2003 DVD:
- Whose Doctor Who with Melvyn Bragg (59 mins)
- Blue Peter: Build a Doctor Who theater (26 mins)
- Behind the Scenes (24 mins)
- Philip Hinchcliffe Interview (11 mins)
- Trailers and Continuity (2 mins)
- TARDIS-Cam No. 6 (2 mins)
Originally transmitted February 26 - April 2, 1977