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Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes: Collection 2: 1965-1966 Audio CD

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  • Audio CD
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1408467526
  • ISBN-13: 978-1408467527
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 13 x 6.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 640 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #200,818 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By AJL on Feb. 3 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Can't get enough Dr Who and Amazon has found these gems of Lost Episodes. Loved them! Will be getting more of these episodes.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The Lost Episodes continue... Sept. 16 2011
By aferyok - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is another must-have collection for fans of Doctor Who, '60s Doctor Who, or lost episodes. This collection covers the remainder of Season 3 under William Hartnell and includes: Mission to the Unknown, The Daleks' Masterplan, The Massacre, The Celestial Toymaker, and The Savages. It also includes a BBC Radio documentary on the missing episodes complete on its own CD. Considering that most of these CDs have been out of print and go for close to a hundred dollars used now, these collections are a boon to fans everywhere! For the price one of these CDs used, you can get them all in one collection! The stories themselves are an interesting group. The Celestial Toymaker is probably the only one that doesn't work so well in audio due to it being a largely visual story, but the rest are all very good with the Daleks' Masterplan and The Massacre standing out in particular. I can't wait for further collections to come out!
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From the Amazon UK website Nov. 8 2011
By DocE - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Travel back to the early days of Doctor Who with these four adventures starring William Hartnell as the first Doctor - plus a bonus programme. Absent from the television archives, each of these stories survives only as a soundtrack recording. Now remastered, with additional linking narration, you can enjoy the adventures once more - and learn what happened to the missing episodes with a special bonus disc. "'The Daleks' Master Plan" (13 episodes, first broadcast October 1965-January 1966): The Daleks have stolen the Time Destructor, and are threatening to destroy the fabric of Time itself. In a bid to stop them, the Doctor steals the taranium core which powers the weapon. Pursued across Time and Space, the TARDIS crew are in grave danger..."The Massacre" (4 episodes, first broadcast February 1966): The TARDIS materialises in Paris in 1572, a time of great danger and religious strife. When Steven witnesses the execution of a man who uncannily resembles the Doctor, he is horrified. Can the Doctor really have been killed in front of his eyes? "The Celestial Toymaker" (4 episodes, first broadcast April 1966): The travellers arrive in the dangerous domain of the Toymaker, where their failure to win at a series of games could result in them becoming his playthings for eternity. "The Savages" (4 episodes, first broadcast May-June 1966): The TARDIS has arrived on a distant and seemingly idyllic world, but the Doctor, Steven and Dodo discover that it hides a terrible secret..."Doctor Who - The Lost Episodes" (First broadcast December 2009): What happened to the 108 missing episodes of "Doctor Who" from the 1960s? Shaun Ley investigates in this edition of "Archive on 4", plus: linking narration by Peter Purves; bonus interviews with Peter Purves; and, high quality scans, presented as PDF files, of the original BBC TV camera scripts."

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