This vintage British science fiction tale gets a quality presentation for its release on North American DVD. Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. No alternate language options have been included, but this edition does feature optional English-language subtitles. Bonus materials include commentary tracks from director Richard Martin, producer Verity Lambert, and cast members Carole Ann Ford and William Russell; optional special effects sequences which include updated computer graphic imagery; outtakes and unused footage; a gallery of production photos; and a humorous BBC radio production which spoofs the early Doctor Who serials.
Commentary by actors Carole Ann Ford and William Russell, producer Verity Lambert, director Richard Martin, and Doctor Who expert Gary Russell; Featurettes on designer Spencer Chapman, actors' reminiscences, Dalek voices, locations, camera blocking; Archival featurette "Blue Peter": Valerie Singleton makes Dalek cakes; "Whatever Happened to... Susan?" 1993 radio production starring Jane Asher, written by Adrian Mourby and produced by Brian King; Rehearsal film shot by Carole Ann Ford; CGI effects option; Production note option; Photo gallery; BBC1 trailers
|Original Air Date||No|
|Run Time||2 1/2 Hours|
|Number of Discs||No|
|Character||First Doctor, Dalek|