DVD release of the 1979 Doctor Who TV story of the same name.
2 x DVD
Cover blurb: Whilst on holiday in Paris, the Doctor and Romana discover that something is amiss with time. Who is conducting the secret time experiments, and what connects them to the Mona Lisa? The answers lead them to discover a secret that has been hidden for four hundred million years...
Commentary by Michael Hayes (Director), Julian Glover (Scaroth) and Tom Chadbon (Duggan)
Paris in the Springtime A 45-minute look at the making of this story, and in particular, the contribution of writer and script editor Douglas Adams
Paris, W12 A rare look inside the TV studio during the recording of City of Death via extracts from recently recovered black and white studio tapes, with optional information subtitles
Prehistoric Landscapes A montage of unused model effects shots
Chicken Wrangler A montage of unused shots involving live chickens
Eye on... Blatchford An all-new comedy sketch telling the story of Sardoth, the Second-to-Last of the Jagaroth!
2 x DVD
(Unable to fetch price)
Cover blurb: The Doctor and Romana’s plan for a peaceful holiday in Paris soon goes wrong. Cracks are beginning to appear in the fabric of time, indicating that dangerous time experiments are under way. Even the well-beaten path to the Louvre leads the Doctor deeper into mystery, much of which revolves around Count Scarlioni (Julian Glover), a sinister figure who has six Mona Lisa paintings stashed in his cellar — and they’re all originals!
DVD EXTRAS INCLUDE:
Audio commentary by actors Julian Glover and Tom Chadbon and director Michael Hayes
Springtime in Paris — Behind-the-scenes featurette done in a comedic, Douglas Adamsesque style
Paris W12 — Ultra-rare recently discovered behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the story
Prehistoric Landscapes — Montage of unused landscape and spacecraft model shots from the story
Chicken Wrangler — Comedic montage of the trials and tribulations of trying to film the chicken sequence
Eye on Blatchford — Documentary featurette on the life of one of Blatchford’s more unusual residents... Sardoth, the second-to-last of the Jagaroth!