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In 2007, The Complete Davros Collection was released on DVD.

It contained the following stories:


United Kingdom

Complete davros collection uk dvd

Series
Rating
PG
Release date
Original RRP
£99.99
No. of discs
8
Produced by
BBC DVD, 2 Entertain, Big Finish
Starring
Michael Wisher, David Gooderson, Terry Molloy, Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Lalla Ward, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, John Leeson, Wendy Padbury, Bonnie Langford, Nicholas Briggs, Paul McGann, India Fisher, Conrad Westmaas, Richard Franklin, Lisa Bowerman
Previous BBC DVD
Next BBC DVD

United Kingdom releaseEdit

Cover blurbEdit

Special featuresEdit

  • Commentaries: Genesis of the Daleks - by Tom Baker (the Doctor), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith), Peter Miles (Nyder) and David Maloney (Director); Destiny of the Daleks - by Lalla Ward (Romana), David Gooderson (Davros) and Ken Grieve (Director); Resurrection of the Daleks - by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan) and Matthew Robinson (Director); Revelation of the Daleks - by Nicola Bryant (Peri), Terry Molloy (Davros), Graeme Harper (Director) and Eric Saward (Writer); Remembrance of the Daleks - by Sylvester McCoy (the Doctor) and Sophie Aldred (Ace)
  • Production Subtitles - Subtitles provide the viewer with cast details, script development and other information related to the production of these stories. This gives the viewer further insight into the making of these adventures
  • Genesis of a Classic - A special 62-minute documentary, looking at the making of Genesis of the Daleks, with contributions from many of the cast and crew of the story. Featuring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Philip Hinchcliffe (Producer), Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks (outgoing Producer and Script Editor), David Maloney, Michael Wisher (Davros), Peter Miles (Nyder), James Garbutt (Ronson), Guy Siner (Ravon), Dennis Chinnery (Gharman), Roy Skelton (Dalek voice), Cy Town and John Scott Martin (Dalek Operators), Sylvia James (Make-up), Dick Mills (Sound Designer) and Duncan Brown (Studio Lighting)
  • The Dalek Tapes - A 55-minute feature, which tells the story of Doctor Who's most iconic villains, as well as providing a history of the 'classic series' Dalek stories along with rare footage from programmes such as Blue Peter and Vision On. With contributions from Timothy Combe, Peter Day, Terrance Dicks, Derek Dodd, Ken Grieve, Graeme Harper, Philip Hinchcliffe, David Maloney, Richard Martin, Royce Mills, Terry Molloy, Eric Saward, Roy Skelton, Cy Town and Anneke Wills. Narrated by 1980s Davros actor Terry Molloy
  • Trails and Continuities: Genesis of the Daleks - A selection of off-air continuity announcements for the various BBC transmissions of the story; Destiny of the Daleks - BBC ONE trails and continuity announcements from the story's transmission, including the specially shot trailer for Season 17, heralding the return of the Daleks; Resurrection of the Daleks - The original trailer for the 1984 BBC ONE transmission of Part One is featured; Revelation of the Daleks - The off-air continuity announcements from the original and repeat BBC transmissions. This also shows how the original two-part story was split into four parts for its repeat; Remembrance of the Daleks - Trails and continuity announcements from the original 1988 BBC ONE transmission
  • Blue Peter - An item from March 1975 (during the transmission of Genesis of the Daleks) which looks at a collection of Doctor Who models built by a 16-year-old viewer. Featuring presenters John Noakes, Peter Purves (who appeared alongside William Hartnell's Doctor as companion Steven Taylor) and Leslie Judd
  • Radio Times Billings - Illustrations, articles and listings for these stories from the BBC listings magazine Radio Times from their original transmissions (DVD-ROM only - to be viewed on PC/Mac)
  • Photo Galleries - A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of these stories are included
  • Terror Nation - Documentary about writer Terry Nation, creator of the Daleks, and his work on Doctor Who. With producers Barry Letts and Philip Hinchcliffe, script editor Terrance Dicks, director Richard Martin and Dalek voice artiste Nick Briggs.
  • Directing Who - Director Ken Grieve recalls his time on Destiny of the Daleks
  • CGI Effects - This gives the viewer the option to watch Destiny of the Daleks and Revelation of the Daleks with 17 and 14, respectively, of the original video effects sequences replaced by new CGI versions
  • Prime Computer Adverts - Australian TV adverts for Prime Computers, starring the Doctor and Romana
  • Coming Soon - Trailer for the DVD box set release of Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Sea Devils and Warriors of the Deep
  • On Location - Director Matthew Robinson, Producer John Nathan-Turner and Writer/Script Editor Eric Saward return to the location of the story - Shad Thames in London - to talk through their memories and recollections of the making of Resurrection of the Daleks. Sadly John Nathan-Turner died six weeks after recording this, his last on-screen interview
  • Deleted Scenes: Resurrection of the Daleks - A number of deleted or extended scenes from this story are included; Revelation of the Daleks - Three short scenes that were deleted from the finished version of the story; Remembrance of the Daleks - Thirteen deleted or extended scenes from the story are included on this disc, introduced by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred
  • Breakfast Time Features - The BBC's early morning magazine programme often featured items connected to Doctor Who and two are included on this disc. Brian Hodgson and Malcolm Clarke demonstrate how music was used in Resurrection of the Daleks to create atmosphere for the story, and John Nathan-Turner and Janet Fielding discuss the character of Tegan
  • Music-Only Option - Malcolm Clarke's, Roger Limb's and Keff McCulloch's specially composed soundtrack for Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, respectively, are included as a music-only option, synchronised with the main soundtrack
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound Mix - The viewer can choose to listen to either the original mono soundtrack of Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, or a brand-new Dolby Digital 5.1 channel mix prepared exclusively for this DVD by Mark Ayres
  • TARDIS-Cam No. 4 - A model sequence from BBCi's TARDIS-cam feature from 2002 is included on this disc
  • Revelation Exhumed - The cast and crew of Revelation of the Daleks look back on the making of this story. With contributions from writer Eric Saward, director Graeme Harper, designer Alan Spalding, visual effects designer John Brace, costume designer Pat Godfrey, composer Roger Limb and actors William Gaunt (Orcini), Clive Swift (Jobel), Terry Molloy, Roy Skelton (Dalek voices), Trevor Cooper (Takis), Colin Spaull (Lilt), Hugh Walters (Vogel) and Alexei Sayle (the DJ)
  • In Studio - A 15-minute look at the original 1985 studio recording of Revelation of the Daleks, showing re-takes, fluffs and the general working pattern of a studio at BBC Television Centre. This item can be viewed with raw studio sound or with a commentary by Graeme Harper and Terry Molloy
  • Back to School - Cast and crew talk about the making of the story accompanied by rare behind-the-scenes material. With actors Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Simon Williams (Gilmore) and Karen Gledhill (Alison), writer Ben Aaronovitch, script editor Andrew Cartmel, director Andrew Morgan and Doctor Who Adventures journalists Moray Laing and Paul Lang
  • Remembrances - Cast and crew talk about the influences and references to other Doctor Who adventures that are spread throughout Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Outtakes - A 4-minute compilation of bloopers, mistakes and just plain silliness from the making of Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Multi-Angle Scenes - A number of sequences from Remembrance of the Daleks were recorded from two different camera angles. The multi-angle option on your DVD remote allows the viewer to cut between the cameras during two of these scenes
  • Davros Connections - An in-depth look at the history of the Daleks' creator, Davros, as portrayed in both the TV stories from the BBC and in audio adventures from official licensee Big Finish Productions. With actors Terry Molloy, David Gooderson and Peter Miles, audio producer/director Gary Russell, director Ken Grieve and writers Eric Saward, Ben Aaronovitch, Gary Hopkins and Joseph Lidster. Narrated by Terry Molloy
  • Audio Adventures - The final DVD disc of this box set contains all seven of the Davros audio stories previously published separately on CD by official Doctor Who licensee Big Finish Productions, plus The Davros Mission - an eighth, all-new story. The stories provide a complete insight to the Davros character and his history
  • I, Davros: Behind the Scenes - Presented by Joseph Lidster, this documentary explores the making of I, Davros and features interviews with Terry Molloy and all the main performers in the series

SpecificationsEdit

  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: 2+4 PAL
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Running time: 1754 mins approx

NotesEdit

  • This release originally came with a sticker on the packaging

Users who have this in their collectionEdit


United Kingdom

Complete davros collection uk dvd

Series
Rating
PG
Release date
Original RRP
£99.99
No. of discs
8
Produced by
BBC DVD, 2 Entertain, Big Finish
Starring
Michael Wisher, David Gooderson, Terry Molloy, Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Lalla Ward, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, John Leeson, Wendy Padbury, Bonnie Langford, Nicholas Briggs, Paul McGann, India Fisher, Conrad Westmaas, Richard Franklin, Lisa Bowerman
Previous BBC DVD
Next BBC DVD


United Kingdom re-releaseEdit

Cover blurbEdit

Special featuresEdit

  • Commentaries: Genesis of the Daleks - by Tom Baker (the Doctor), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith), Peter Miles (Nyder) and David Maloney (Director); Destiny of the Daleks - by Lalla Ward (Romana), David Gooderson (Davros) and Ken Grieve (Director); Resurrection of the Daleks - by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan) and Matthew Robinson (Director); Revelation of the Daleks - by Nicola Bryant (Peri), Terry Molloy (Davros), Graeme Harper (Director) and Eric Saward (Writer); Remembrance of the Daleks - by Sylvester McCoy (the Doctor) and Sophie Aldred (Ace)
  • Production Subtitles - Subtitles provide the viewer with cast details, script development and other information related to the production of these stories. This gives the viewer further insight into the making of these adventures
  • Genesis of a Classic - A special 62-minute documentary, looking at the making of Genesis of the Daleks, with contributions from many of the cast and crew of the story. Featuring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Philip Hinchcliffe (Producer), Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks (outgoing Producer and Script Editor), David Maloney, Michael Wisher (Davros), Peter Miles (Nyder), James Garbutt (Ronson), Guy Siner (Ravon), Dennis Chinnery (Gharman), Roy Skelton (Dalek voice), Cy Town and John Scott Martin (Dalek Operators), Sylvia James (Make-up), Dick Mills (Sound Designer) and Duncan Brown (Studio Lighting)
  • The Dalek Tapes - A 55-minute feature, which tells the story of Doctor Who's most iconic villains, as well as providing a history of the 'classic series' Dalek stories along with rare footage from programmes such as Blue Peter and Vision On. With contributions from Timothy Combe, Peter Day, Terrance Dicks, Derek Dodd, Ken Grieve, Graeme Harper, Philip Hinchcliffe, David Maloney, Richard Martin, Royce Mills, Terry Molloy, Eric Saward, Roy Skelton, Cy Town and Anneke Wills. Narrated by 1980s Davros actor Terry Molloy
  • Trails and Continuities: Genesis of the Daleks - A selection of off-air continuity announcements for the various BBC transmissions of the story; Destiny of the Daleks - BBC ONE trails and continuity announcements from the story's transmission, including the specially shot trailer for Season 17, heralding the return of the Daleks; Resurrection of the Daleks - The original trailer for the 1984 BBC ONE transmission of Part One is featured; Revelation of the Daleks - The off-air continuity announcements from the original and repeat BBC transmissions. This also shows how the original two-part story was split into four parts for its repeat; Remembrance of the Daleks - Trails and continuity announcements from the original 1988 BBC ONE transmission
  • Blue Peter - An item from March 1975 (during the transmission of Genesis of the Daleks) which looks at a collection of Doctor Who models built by a 16-year-old viewer. Featuring presenters John Noakes, Peter Purves (who appeared alongside William Hartnell's Doctor as companion Steven Taylor) and Leslie Judd
  • Radio Times Billings - Illustrations, articles and listings for these stories from the BBC listings magazine Radio Times from their original transmissions (DVD-ROM only - to be viewed on PC/Mac)
  • Photo Galleries - A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of these stories are included
  • Terror Nation - Documentary about writer Terry Nation, creator of the Daleks, and his work on Doctor Who. With producers Barry Letts and Philip Hinchcliffe, script editor Terrance Dicks, director Richard Martin and Dalek voice artiste Nick Briggs.
  • Directing Who - Director Ken Grieve recalls his time on Destiny of the Daleks
  • CGI Effects - This gives the viewer the option to watch Destiny of the Daleks and Revelation of the Daleks with 17 and 14, respectively, of the original video effects sequences replaced by new CGI versions
  • Prime Computer Adverts - Australian TV adverts for Prime Computers, starring the Doctor and Romana
  • Coming Soon - Trailer for the DVD box set release of Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Sea Devils and Warriors of the Deep
  • On Location - Director Matthew Robinson, Producer John Nathan-Turner and Writer/Script Editor Eric Saward return to the location of the story - Shad Thames in London - to talk through their memories and recollections of the making of Resurrection of the Daleks. Sadly John Nathan-Turner died six weeks after recording this, his last on-screen interview
  • Deleted Scenes: Resurrection of the Daleks - A number of deleted or extended scenes from this story are included; Revelation of the Daleks - Three short scenes that were deleted from the finished version of the story; Remembrance of the Daleks - Thirteen deleted or extended scenes from the story are included on this disc, introduced by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred
  • Breakfast Time Features - The BBC's early morning magazine programme often featured items connected to Doctor Who and two are included on this disc. Brian Hodgson and Malcolm Clarke demonstrate how music was used in Resurrection of the Daleks to create atmosphere for the story, and John Nathan-Turner and Janet Fielding discuss the character of Tegan
  • Music-Only Option - Malcolm Clarke's, Roger Limb's and Keff McCulloch's specially composed soundtrack for Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, respectively, are included as a music-only option, synchronised with the main soundtrack
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound Mix - The viewer can choose to listen to either the original mono soundtrack of Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, or a brand-new Dolby Digital 5.1 channel mix prepared exclusively for this DVD by Mark Ayres
  • TARDIS-Cam No. 4 - A model sequence from BBCi's TARDIS-cam feature from 2002 is included on this disc
  • Revelation Exhumed - The cast and crew of Revelation of the Daleks look back on the making of this story. With contributions from writer Eric Saward, director Graeme Harper, designer Alan Spalding, visual effects designer John Brace, costume designer Pat Godfrey, composer Roger Limb and actors William Gaunt (Orcini), Clive Swift (Jobel), Terry Molloy, Roy Skelton (Dalek voices), Trevor Cooper (Takis), Colin Spaull (Lilt), Hugh Walters (Vogel) and Alexei Sayle (the DJ)
  • In Studio - A 15-minute look at the original 1985 studio recording of Revelation of the Daleks, showing re-takes, fluffs and the general working pattern of a studio at BBC Television Centre. This item can be viewed with raw studio sound or with a commentary by Graeme Harper and Terry Molloy
  • Back to School - Cast and crew talk about the making of the story accompanied by rare behind-the-scenes material. With actors Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Simon Williams (Gilmore) and Karen Gledhill (Alison), writer Ben Aaronovitch, script editor Andrew Cartmel, director Andrew Morgan and Doctor Who Adventures journalists Moray Laing and Paul Lang
  • Remembrances - Cast and crew talk about the influences and references to other Doctor Who adventures that are spread throughout Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Outtakes - A 4-minute compilation of bloopers, mistakes and just plain silliness from the making of Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Multi-Angle Scenes - A number of sequences from Remembrance of the Daleks were recorded from two different camera angles. The multi-angle option on your DVD remote allows the viewer to cut between the cameras during two of these scenes
  • Davros Connections - An in-depth look at the history of the Daleks' creator, Davros, as portrayed in both the TV stories from the BBC and in audio adventures from official licensee Big Finish Productions. With actors Terry Molloy, David Gooderson and Peter Miles, audio producer/director Gary Russell, director Ken Grieve and writers Eric Saward, Ben Aaronovitch, Gary Hopkins and Joseph Lidster. Narrated by Terry Molloy
  • Audio Adventures - The final DVD disc of this box set contains all seven of the Davros audio stories previously published separately on CD by official Doctor Who licensee Big Finish Productions, plus The Davros Mission - an eighth, all-new story. The stories provide a complete insight to the Davros character and his history
  • I, Davros: Behind the Scenes - Presented by Joseph Lidster, this documentary explores the making of I, Davros and features interviews with Terry Molloy and all the main performers in the series

SpecificationsEdit

  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: 2+4 PAL
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Running time: 1754 mins approx

NotesEdit

  • This release originally came with a sticker on the packaging
  • When first released, the 5.1 sound on the Remembrance of the Daleks disc cut out for a few seconds. This has since been fixed on later copies of this DVD set

Users who have this in their collectionEdit

Australia

Complete davros collection australia dvd

Series
Rating
PG
Release date
Original RRP
$149.95
No. of discs
8
Produced by
ABC DVD, Big Finish
Starring
Michael Wisher, David Gooderson, Terry Molloy, Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Lalla Ward, Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Mark Strickson, Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, John Leeson, Wendy Padbury, Bonnie Langford, Nicholas Briggs, Paul McGann, India Fisher, Conrad Westmaas, Richard Franklin, Lisa Bowerman
Previous BBC DVD
Next BBC DVD

Australian releaseEdit

Cover blurbEdit

Special featuresEdit

  • Commentaries: Genesis of the Daleks - by Tom Baker (the Doctor), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith), Peter Miles (Nyder) and David Maloney (Director); Destiny of the Daleks - by Lalla Ward (Romana), David Gooderson (Davros) and Ken Grieve (Director); Resurrection of the Daleks - by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan) and Matthew Robinson (Director); Revelation of the Daleks - by Nicola Bryant (Peri), Terry Molloy (Davros), Graeme Harper (Director) and Eric Saward (Writer); Remembrance of the Daleks - by Sylvester McCoy (the Doctor) and Sophie Aldred (Ace)
  • Production Subtitles - Subtitles provide the viewer with cast details, script development and other information related to the production of these stories. This gives the viewer further insight into the making of these adventures
  • Genesis of a Classic - A special 62-minute documentary, looking at the making of Genesis of the Daleks, with contributions from many of the cast and crew of the story. Featuring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Philip Hinchcliffe (Producer), Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks (outgoing Producer and Script Editor), David Maloney, Michael Wisher (Davros), Peter Miles (Nyder), James Garbutt (Ronson), Guy Siner (Ravon), Dennis Chinnery (Gharman), Roy Skelton (Dalek voice), Cy Town and John Scott Martin (Dalek Operators), Sylvia James (Make-up), Dick Mills (Sound Designer) and Duncan Brown (Studio Lighting)
  • The Dalek Tapes - A 55-minute feature, which tells the story of Doctor Who's most iconic villains, as well as providing a history of the 'classic series' Dalek stories along with rare footage from programmes such as Blue Peter and Vision On. With contributions from Timothy Combe, Peter Day, Terrance Dicks, Derek Dodd, Ken Grieve, Graeme Harper, Philip Hinchcliffe, David Maloney, Richard Martin, Royce Mills, Terry Molloy, Eric Saward, Roy Skelton, Cy Town and Anneke Wills. Narrated by 1980s Davros actor Terry Molloy
  • Trails and Continuities: Genesis of the Daleks - A selection of off-air continuity announcements for the various BBC transmissions of the story; Destiny of the Daleks - BBC ONE trails and continuity announcements from the story's transmission, including the specially shot trailer for Season 17, heralding the return of the Daleks; Resurrection of the Daleks - The original trailer for the 1984 BBC ONE transmission of Part One is featured; Revelation of the Daleks - The off-air continuity announcements from the original and repeat BBC transmissions. This also shows how the original two-part story was split into four parts for its repeat; Remembrance of the Daleks - Trails and continuity announcements from the original 1988 BBC ONE transmission
  • Blue Peter - An item from March 1975 (during the transmission of Genesis of the Daleks) which looks at a collection of Doctor Who models built by a 16-year-old viewer. Featuring presenters John Noakes, Peter Purves (who appeared alongside William Hartnell's Doctor as companion Steven Taylor) and Leslie Judd
  • Radio Times Billings - Illustrations, articles and listings for these stories from the BBC listings magazine Radio Times from their original transmissions (DVD-ROM only - to be viewed on PC/Mac)
  • Photo Galleries - A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of these stories are included
  • Terror Nation - Documentary about writer Terry Nation, creator of the Daleks, and his work on Doctor Who. With producers Barry Letts and Philip Hinchcliffe, script editor Terrance Dicks, director Richard Martin and Dalek voice artiste Nick Briggs.
  • Directing Who - Director Ken Grieve recalls his time on Destiny of the Daleks
  • CGI Effects - This gives the viewer the option to watch Destiny of the Daleks and Revelation of the Daleks with 17 and 14, respectively, of the original video effects sequences replaced by new CGI versions
  • Prime Computer Adverts - Australian TV adverts for Prime Computers, starring the Doctor and Romana
  • Coming Soon - Trailer for the DVD box set release of Doctor Who and the Silurians, The Sea Devils and Warriors of the Deep
  • On Location - Director Matthew Robinson, Producer John Nathan-Turner and Writer/Script Editor Eric Saward return to the location of the story - Shad Thames in London - to talk through their memories and recollections of the making of Resurrection of the Daleks. Sadly John Nathan-Turner died six weeks after recording this, his last on-screen interview
  • Deleted Scenes: Resurrection of the Daleks - A number of deleted or extended scenes from this story are included; Revelation of the Daleks - Three short scenes that were deleted from the finished version of the story; Remembrance of the Daleks - Thirteen deleted or extended scenes from the story are included on this disc, introduced by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred
  • Breakfast Time Features - The BBC's early morning magazine programme often featured items connected to Doctor Who and two are included on this disc. Brian Hodgson and Malcolm Clarke demonstrate how music was used in Resurrection of the Daleks to create atmosphere for the story, and John Nathan-Turner and Janet Fielding discuss the character of Tegan
  • Music-Only Option - Malcolm Clarke's, Roger Limb's and Keff McCulloch's specially composed soundtrack for Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, respectively, are included as a music-only option, synchronised with the main soundtrack
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound Mix - The viewer can choose to listen to either the original mono soundtrack of Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks and Remembrance of the Daleks, or a brand-new Dolby Digital 5.1 channel mix prepared exclusively for this DVD by Mark Ayres
  • TARDIS-Cam No. 4 - A model sequence from BBCi's TARDIS-cam feature from 2002 is included on this disc
  • Revelation Exhumed - The cast and crew of Revelation of the Daleks look back on the making of this story. With contributions from writer Eric Saward, director Graeme Harper, designer Alan Spalding, visual effects designer John Brace, costume designer Pat Godfrey, composer Roger Limb and actors William Gaunt (Orcini), Clive Swift (Jobel), Terry Molloy, Roy Skelton (Dalek voices), Trevor Cooper (Takis), Colin Spaull (Lilt), Hugh Walters (Vogel) and Alexei Sayle (the DJ)
  • In Studio - A 15-minute look at the original 1985 studio recording of Revelation of the Daleks, showing re-takes, fluffs and the general working pattern of a studio at BBC Television Centre. This item can be viewed with raw studio sound or with a commentary by Graeme Harper and Terry Molloy
  • Back to School - Cast and crew talk about the making of the story accompanied by rare behind-the-scenes material. With actors Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Simon Williams (Gilmore) and Karen Gledhill (Alison), writer Ben Aaronovitch, script editor Andrew Cartmel, director Andrew Morgan and Doctor Who Adventures journalists Moray Laing and Paul Lang
  • Remembrances - Cast and crew talk about the influences and references to other Doctor Who adventures that are spread throughout Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Outtakes - A 4-minute compilation of bloopers, mistakes and just plain silliness from the making of Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Multi-Angle Scenes - A number of sequences from Remembrance of the Daleks were recorded from two different camera angles. The multi-angle option on your DVD remote allows the viewer to cut between the cameras during two of these scenes
  • Davros Connections - An in-depth look at the history of the Daleks' creator, Davros, as portrayed in both the TV stories from the BBC and in audio adventures from official licensee Big Finish Productions. With actors Terry Molloy, David Gooderson and Peter Miles, audio producer/director Gary Russell, director Ken Grieve and writers Eric Saward, Ben Aaronovitch, Gary Hopkins and Joseph Lidster. Narrated by Terry Molloy
  • Audio Adventures - The final DVD disc of this box set contains all seven of the Davros audio stories previously published separately on CD by official Doctor Who licensee Big Finish Productions, plus The Davros Mission - an eighth, all-new story. The stories provide a complete insight to the Davros character and his history
  • I, Davros: Behind the Scenes - Presented by Joseph Lidster, this documentary explores the making of I, Davros and features interviews with Terry Molloy and all the main performers in the series

SpecificationsEdit

  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: 4 PAL
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Running time: 1754 mins approx

NotesEdit

  • This release originally came with a sticker on the packaging

Users who have this in their collectionEdit

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