Myth Makers Volume 5: Women of the ’60s

No. 5 of 16 in the Myth Makers US VHS re-releases series
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Starring: Deborah Watling & Wendy Padbury
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Editions:  US US (1st VHS) | US US (2nd VHS)
Description:  US-exclusive VHS re-release containing the Myth Makers: Deborah Watling and Myth Makers: Wendy Padbury interviews.

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Edition: US US (1st VHS)
Title:  Myth Makers Vol. 5: Women of the '60s
Released:  January 1989
Publisher:  Pleiades Home Entertainment
Format: 1 x VHS NTSC

Note:  This was a triple release, which incorporated the Carole Ann Ford, Deborah Watling and Wendy Padbury interviews.

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Edition: US US (2nd VHS)
Title:  Myth Makers Volume 5: Women of the '60s - The Troughton Era
Released:  January 1991
Publisher:  DHI Home Video
Format: 1 x VHS NTSC
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Note:  The subtitle “The Troughton Era” only appears on the back cover — not on the front cover or spine. This was different to the earlier “Women of the ‘60s” US release in that it omits the Carole Ann Ford interview — this was later re-released on a separate volume called Women of the ‘60s: The Hartnell Era.

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While many of her episodes were lost, intrepid interviewer Nicholas Briggs had no trouble tracking down Deborah Watling, better known to Doctor Who fans as Victoria Waterfield. Shot in Liverpool at Monstercon, Nick follows Deborah through a hectic and sometimes hilarious day of on-stage interviews and autograph sessions. The pace is fast and furious, but Deborah still finds time to reflect on her life and career, both in and out of Doctor Who.

Then, in a rare interview, Wendy Padbury talks about her role as Zoe Herriot in Doctor Who.

No real fan of the series should miss these fascinating interviews, each profiling the career of one of the Women of the ‘60s.

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