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     Friday, January 02 2009 @ 04:48 AM EST
    [Quote  by:  Idiom] Here's my current list:
    1st Doctor: the Tenth Planet (last part reconstructed of course)
    2nd Doctor: The War Games
    3rd Doctor: The Daemons
    4th Doctor: The Seeds of Doom
    5th Doctor: Snakedance
    6th Doctor: Attack of the Cybermen (running out of good ones here)
    7th Doctor: Dragonfire


    Attack of the Cybermen is due for release in the UK in March.

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     Friday, January 02 2009 @ 05:09 AM EST
    Where do you get your release information from? What else is due out this year?

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     Friday, January 02 2009 @ 06:31 AM EST
    Early information on releases can be gathered from DWM plus what's been submitted to the BBFC (e.g. the extras for Attack of the Cybermen were submitted on 24/12/2008 here).

    Also the stars/production team often mention if they've recorded a commentary but this can be misleading as the extras are made when the participants are available and don't necessarily mean a release is imminent e.g. Terror of the Autons commentary was done in 2001 and Planet of the Spiders commentary was done in 2007.

    So far what looks like certain releases in 2009 are:
    The E-Space trilogy on 26th January
    The Rescue and The Romans packaged together on 23rd February
    Attack of the Cybermen in March
    The War Games in May

    Wikipedia (take that as you wish but whoever updates it tends to be pretty accurate) lists Terror of the Zygons for June, Death to the Daleks for July, The Twin Dilemma in August and the whole of season 24 in September.

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 04:07 PM EST
    [Quote  by:  hypocaust]Wikipedia (take that as you wish but whoever updates it tends to be pretty accurate) lists Terror of the Zygons for June, Death to the Daleks for July, The Twin Dilemma in August and the whole of season 24 in September.


    lol, well it turns out that all those Wikipedia entires were removed. That'll teach me Mr. Green
    The releaes I listed as certainties in the previous post were all confirmed in the latest issue of DWM however, although no date was set for The War Games.

    Other releases DWM mentioned scheduled for 2009 are:

    -Frontier in Space/Planet of the Daleks box set. This will include a newly coloured episode 3 of Planet of the Daleks combining traditional colorisation and the new chroma dot colour recovery process.
    -Delta and the Bannerman
    -The Deadly Assassin
    -Image of the Fendahl

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 04:10 PM EST
    ANd we have comfirmation of new US DVDs on May 5!

    The E-Space Trilogy box set and Battefield! Hooray!

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 04:31 PM EST
    I would like a silver Nemesis DVD with all the extended footage like they did with curse of the fenric / Battlefield.

    also some of the missing episodes like the 10th planet if we could the missing episodes replaced with the cartoon ones they did for the invasion also id like to see the deadly assassin released as well some time

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 05:00 PM EST
    [Quote  by:  Ace]also some of the missing episodes like the 10th planet if we could the missing episodes replaced with the cartoon ones they did for the invasion


    The missing episodes won't be worked on until all survivng serials have been released. All surviving serials are scheduled to be released by the end of 2012.

    More animated episodes are very unlikely.
    This is a direct quote from Steve Roberts of the Doctor Who Restoration Team, when the subject was raised on the Doctor Who Technical forum earlier this week:

    [Quote "This has been discussed ad nauseum. The bottom line is that 2entertain cannot afford to animate any more episodes. The cost of animating the two episodes of 'The Invasion' would pay for three complete DVD releases of four-part stories, including all the remastering, extras, commentary etc.

    The only reason 'The Invasion' was possible on DVD was because the episodes had already been paid for an animated by another part of the BBC and 2e simply bought the publishing rights, at a fraction of the production cost."

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 06:38 PM EST
    [Quote  by:  hypocaust]
    [Quote  by:  Ace]also some of the missing episodes like the 10th planet if we could the missing episodes replaced with the cartoon ones they did for the invasion


    The missing episodes won't be worked on until all survivng serials have been released. All surviving serials are scheduled to be released by the end of 2012.

    More animated episodes are very unlikely.
    This is a direct quote from Steve Roberts of the Doctor Who Restoration Team, when the subject was raised on the Doctor Who Technical forum earlier this week:

    [Quote "This has been discussed ad nauseum. The bottom line is that 2entertain cannot afford to animate any more episodes. The cost of animating the two episodes of 'The Invasion' would pay for three complete DVD releases of four-part stories, including all the remastering, extras, commentary etc.

    The only reason 'The Invasion' was possible on DVD was because the episodes had already been paid for an animated by another part of the BBC and 2e simply bought the publishing rights, at a fraction of the production cost."


    Now, how will this get affected if the BBC purchases 2|entertain?

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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 06:44 PM EST
    Here are my 2 cents/pence for each Doctor

    1) Planet of the Giants
    2) The Ice Warriors
    3) Daemons
    4) Seeds of Doom
    5) Snakedance (looks like alot of us agree here)
    6) Attack of the Cybermen
    7) Greatest Show in the Galaxy

    Yes, I still have the rubbish beard!
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     Wednesday, January 07 2009 @ 06:46 PM EST
    I don't want to start a new string here, but as we're talking about DVD's has anyone heard any information on whether Blake's 7 will be released on DVD in Region 1??

    Yes, I still have the rubbish beard!
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     Thursday, January 08 2009 @ 03:21 PM EST
    wow some great epsiodes coming to DVD this year. Planet of the Daleks has to be my favourite Dalek adventure and I haven't seen Fendahl since it was first broadcast.
    Excellent. Better stop eating so that I save enough money!

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     Thursday, January 08 2009 @ 03:38 PM EST
    [Quote  by:  hypocaust]
    [Quote  by:  hypocaust]Wikipedia (take that as you wish but whoever updates it tends to be pretty accurate) lists Terror of the Zygons for June, Death to the Daleks for July, The Twin Dilemma in August and the whole of season 24 in September.


    lol, well it turns out that all those Wikipedia entires were removed. That'll teach me Mr. Green
    The releaes I listed as certainties in the previous post were all confirmed in the latest issue of DWM however, although no date was set for The War Games.

    Other releases DWM mentioned scheduled for 2009 are:

    -Frontier in Space/Planet of the Daleks box set. This will include a newly coloured episode 3 of Planet of the Daleks combining traditional colourisation and the new chroma dot colour recovery process.
    -Delta and the Bannerman
    -The Deadly Assassin
    -Image of the Fendahl


    Some fantastic DVD's to look forward to.
    According to the article in DWM The War Games will be a triple disc set with commentaries on all 10 episodes & 2 hours worth of extras. I cannot wait to see the re-colourised Plant of the Daleks.

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     Wednesday, March 18 2009 @ 08:29 PM EDT
    Some very interesting news regarding animated episodes here.

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     Thursday, March 19 2009 @ 06:21 PM EDT
    [Quote  by:  hypocaust] Some very interesting news regarding animated episodes here.


    So which two do we think? My money's on The Tenth Planet and The Ice Warriors.

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     Thursday, March 19 2009 @ 06:53 PM EDT
    [Quote  by:  Idiom] So which two do we think? My money's on The Tenth Planet and The Ice Warriors.


    That's my thinking as well.

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