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     Sunday, February 19 2006 @ 08:51 PM EST
    I just finished watching the Pyramids of Mars on DVD and I found a funny mistake. In the last episode at 1 hour, 34 minutes, and 28 seconds in, Sutekh stands up from his prison and you can clearly see a person's hand trying to sneak its way out of the shot from where Sutekh was sitting. The looks like it was holding something on Sutekh's costume or maybe the black pillow he was sitting on. It's pretty funny to see Sutekh the Destroyer standing up and then seeing some guy's hand there.

    And if you haven't seen the "Oh Mummy" special feature, be sure to check it out. It's really funny. Very tongue in cheek. Typical BBC humor. Excellent.


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     Sunday, February 19 2006 @ 10:03 PM EST
    Pyramids of Mars is my favorite story, and also, a GREAT dvd. I loved the extras. That's a hilarious finding that you discovered. Good job!

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     Sunday, February 19 2006 @ 10:53 PM EST
    They mention that in the commentary. The person was holding the chair so it didn't wobble Razz

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    That Is Not Dead Which Can Eternal Lie, And With Strange Aeons Even Death May Die.
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     Thursday, February 23 2006 @ 08:22 AM EST
    [Quote  by:  Mohan] I just finished watching the Pyramids of Mars on DVD and I found a funny mistake. In the last episode at 1 hour, 34 minutes, and 28 seconds in, Sutekh stands up from his prison and you can clearly see a person's hand trying to sneak its way out of the shot from where Sutekh was sitting. The looks like it was holding something on Sutekh's costume or maybe the black pillow he was sitting on. It's pretty funny to see Sutekh the Destroyer standing up and then seeing some guy's hand there.

    And if you haven't seen the "Oh Mummy" special feature, be sure to check it out. It's really funny. Very tongue in cheek. Typical BBC humor. Excellent.



    Glad your like it I think its an excellant DVD. The extras package is amazing.Love the comedy skit Oh mummy always makes me laugh I like serial thrillers and Osiran Gothic too.

    The commentary is one of the best too it so sad to hear Micheal Sheards voice but at least we have something to remember him by.


    Dr Who is back baby Yeah !!!
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     Saturday, March 11 2006 @ 10:55 PM EST
    I Love this story too. One of Tom Baker's best.

    But unlike everyone else, I found "Oh Mummy" to be absolutely nauseating if not horrible. I mentioned this in another thread somewhere. I love DVD extras but not when they're some kind of inane pointless sketch put together for the benefit of the DVD. I would've rather had seen more deleted scenes (if any exist) or more photographs. Even a description from a contemporary Radio Times article promoting the program would be better than that.

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