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|Genre/Form:||Action and adventure television programs
Science fiction television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Named Person:||Doctor, (Fictitious character); Doctor, (Fictitious character)|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tom Baker; Lalla Ward; Matthew Waterhouse; George Baker; John Leeson; Bernard Padden; Clinton Greyn; Clifford Rose; David Weston; John Nathan-Turner; Andrew Smith; Peter Grimwade; Terrance Dicks; Peter Davison; Steve Gallagher; Paul Joyce; Paddy Kingsland; Peter Howell; British Broadcasting Corporation.; BBC Video (Firm); BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|Language Note:||English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
"Story nos. 112, 113, 114."
Originally broadcast on the BBC from October 25, 1980 - January 24, 1981.
Special features: [Disc 1]: Audio commentary by actor Matthew Waterhouse, writer Andrew Smith and script editor Christopher H. Bidmead; "All aboard the Starliner" making of featuring Lalla Ward, George Baker, John Leeson, Bernard Padden, director Peter Grimwade and film cameraman Max Samett (24 min.); K-9 in E-Space (4 min.); "E-Space - fact or fiction?:" exploring the science behind the concept of Exo-Space with visual effects designer Mat Irvine, authors Stephen Baxter and Paul Parsons, planetary scientist Dr. Andrew Ball and astronomer Sir Patrick Moore (14 min.); "Swap Shop:" Noel Edmonds chats with Matthew Waterhouse interview (8 min.); Isolated music score; trails and continuity (3 min.); photo gallery (6 min.); production note option; radio times listings (DVD-ROM PC/Mac).
Special features: [Disc 2]: Audio commentary by actor Matthew Waterhouse, director Peter Moffat and writer Terrance Dicks; "The vampire lovers state of decay" making of featuring Lalla Ward, John Leeson, Clinton Greyn, script editor Christopher H. Bidmead and designer Christine Ruscoe (20 min.); film trims from model effects filming (5 min.); "Leaves of blood" history of vampires in literature (17 min.); "The blood show:" the use and meaning of blood in society and culture (10 min.); "The frayling reading" Christopher Frayling examines State of decay (4 min.); isolated music score; trails and continuity (3 min.); photo gallery (4 min.); production note option; DVD-ROM PC/Mac feature Radio Times billings.
Special features: [Disc 3]: Audio commentary by actors Lalla Ward and John Leeson, director Paul Joyce, script editor Christopher H. Bidmead and visual effects designer Mat Irvine; "The dreaming" making of featuring Clifford Rose, David Weston, and writer Steve Gallagher (27 min.); "The boy with the golden star" Matthew Waterhouse retrospective (19 min.); "Lalla's wardrobe" retrospective featuring costume designers Jane Hudson and Loise Page (17 min.); extended and deleted scenes from part two (4 min.); isolated music score; trails and continuity (2 min.); photo gallery (4 min.); production note option; DVD-ROM PC/Mac feature Radio Times billings.
|Credits:||Incidental music, Paddy Kingsland, Peter Howell.|
|Performer(s):||Full circle cast: Tom Baker, Lalla Ward, Matthew Waterhouse, George Baker, John Leeson, Bernard Padden.
Story of decay cast: Tom Baker, Lalla Ward, Matthew Waterhouse, John Leeson, Clinton Greyn.
Warrior's gate cast: Tom Baker, Lalla Ward, John Leeson, Clifford Rose, David Weston.
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||3 videodiscs (approximately 288 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital mono., DVD9, NTSC.|
|Contents:||Story no. 112: Full circle / produced by John Nathan-Turner ; written by Andrew Smith ; directed by Peter Grimwade ; (ca. 96 min.) --
Story no. 113: Story of decay / produced by John Nathan-Turner ; written by Terrance Dicks ; directed by Peter Moffat ; (ca. 96 min.) --
Story no. 113: Warriors' gate / produced by John Nathan-Turner ; written by Steve Gallagher ; directed by Paul Joyce ; (ca. 96 min.).
|Other Titles:||E-Space trilogy
Tom Baker years 1974-1981
Doctor Who (Television program : 1963-1989)
|Responsibility:||British Broadcasting Corporation.|