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Doctor Who: Origins (2006)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Sci-Fi  |  31 January 2006 (UK)
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Released as an extra on the begining box story tells the story of Dr who orgins

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Released as an extra on the begining box story tells the story of Dr who orgins

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Crowning Glory
6 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Without doubt the finest documentary made about the series of Doctor Who. This cleverly constructed and obviously well researched piece charts the programmes conception from a thought to screen. Its lovely to see so many contributors both in archive form and new interviews and all credit here goes to the talented Richard Molesworth and to Steve Broster both of whom have done a sterling job on this all right. It is so refreshing not to see people in dreary black backgrounds and this helps bring the fresh feel to the DVD Range of which I am becoming a great fan. Its funny that the production values, whilst obviously being a cheap documentary, doesn't compromise the over all feel. Well done DVD Producers more of this please.

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