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Beginning the End: Making 'The Time Warrior' (2007)

Documentary looking at the making of the 1973 Doctor Who story "The Time Warrior".

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Brendan Sheppard
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Credited cast:
Jeremy Bulloch ... Tor
Keith Cheetham Keith Cheetham ... Himself
John Collin John Collin ... Z Cars Character (archive footage)
Michael Craze ... Ben Jackson (archive footage)
Peter Craze Peter Craze ... Dako (archive footage)
Terrance Dicks Terrance Dicks ... Himself
Derek Francis Derek Francis ... Nero (archive footage)
William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage)
Damaris Hayman Damaris Hayman ... Miss Hawthorne (archive footage)
Barry Letts ... Himself
Maureen O'Brien ... Vicki (archive footage)
Simon Ockenden Simon Ockenden ... Narrator
Donald Pelmear Donald Pelmear ... Himself
Peter Sanders Peter Sanders ... Sita (archive footage)
Elisabeth Sladen ... Herself
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Documentary looking at the making of the 1973 Doctor Who story "The Time Warrior".

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 July 2007 (UK) See more »

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Main Documentary Time Warrior Sontarans
6 July 2008 | by Ronnie BleasdaleSee all my reviews

Wow, here is the second dish served up by producer Brendan Sheppard, this again brought a lovely fresh feel to a DVD range that was getting a tad stale. At last we are taken away from the boring black backgrounds and we are presented with some lovely location filming. Sheppard clearly has a nack for getting good stories out of people and the lovely graphics with people appearing on walls and clips presented in windows and such are simply lovely. Note also this is written by Karen Davies whose voice over read beautifully Simon Ockenden is brilliant and really sells this documentary. I note also the great choice of music that was used and I wonder was this specially composed for the feature as it fitted like a glove. So all in all 10 out of 10 for this and the CGI that goes along with this DVD is simply wonderful really enhances the story, especially Pertwee's blue beam that comes from his box of tricks really wonderful.


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