40th Anniversary 1963-2003: Dalek Collector‘s Edition
 

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Starring: William Hartnell, Peter Davison, Sylvester McCoy & Carole Ann Ford
By:Terry Nation, Eric Saward & Ben Aaronovitch
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Edition: UK UK (DVD)
Released:  October 2003
Publisher:  BBC Video
Format: 4 x DVD
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Note:  Region 2 DVD box set exclusive to UK retailer WH Smith. Contains the previously released Doctor Who DVDs The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Resurrection of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, packaged together in a fold-out digipak box, and limited to 5,000 numbered copies.

Cover blurb:
The Daleks: a ruthless race of time-travelling mutants set on universal domination. The ultimate soldier race, they have fought throughout the galaxy - their cries of ‘Exterminate, Exterminate’ striking fear into their enemies. The Doctor is the one man to have stood between them and their evil ambitions, and he will be needed again...

THE DALEK INVASION OF EARTH
By Terry Nation. Starring William Hartnell
Can the Doctor and his assistants stop the Daleks’ audacious plans for Earth and save mankind from extermination? Directed by Richard Martin. Produced by Verity Lambert.

RESURRECTION OF THE DALEKS
By Eric Saward. Starring Peter Davison
“Once the Doctor is exterminated, I shall build a new race of Daleks. They will be even more deadly and I, Davros, shall be their leader!” Directed by Matthew Robinson. Produced by John Nathan-Turner.

REMEMBRANCE OF THE DALEKS
By Ben Aaronovich. Starring Sylvester McCoy
Two rival Dalek factions battle for the Hand of Omega, a powerful Time Lord device. Directed by Andrew Morgan. Produced by John Nathan-Turner.

WITH COMPREHENSIVE SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDING: DELETED SCENES AND OUT-TAKES; COMMENTARIES; NEWLY RECORDED INTERVIEWS WITH PRODUCTION TEAM, CAST AND CREW; DOCUMENTARIES AND PROGRAMME EXCERPTS.

If you are missing some of these DVDs from your Dr. Who video collection, you may be able to print out the covers if you own a good photo printer. Most collectors would prefer to own the actual DVDs, but printing out copies of the covers may suffice if the item is no longer available to buy.


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