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    ...and if the range isn't finished by 2013, Steve Roberts almost certainly will be...

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    I was just wondering if there was anyone out there a bit smarter than me that would be kind enough to update this list?

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    The Beginning Boxset - An Unearthly Child, The Daleks, The Edge of Destruction
    The Keys of Marinus
    The Aztecs
    The Dalek Invasion of Earth
    The Rescue, The Romans
    The Web Planet
    The Space Museum, The Chase
    The Time Meddler
    The War Machines
    The Tomb of the Cybermen
    The Dominators
    The Mind Robber
    The Invasion
    The Seeds of Death
    The War Games
    Lost In Time
    Spearhead From Space
    Beneath the Surface Boxset - The Silurians, The Sea Devils, Warriors of the Deep
    Inferno
    The Claws of Axos
    Peladon Tales Boxset - The Curse of Peladon, The Monster of Peladon
    Myths and Legends Boxset - The Time Monster, Underworld, The Horns of Nimon
    The Three Doctors
    Carnival of Monsters
    Dalek War Boxset - Frontier in Space, Planet of the Daleks
    The Green Death
    The Time Warrior
    Robot
    The Ark in Space
    The Sontaran Experiment
    Genesis of the Daleks
    The Cybermen Boxset - Revenge of the Cybermen, Silver Nemesis (due August)
    Planet of Evil
    Pyramids of Mars
    The Brain of Morbius
    The Masque of Mandragora
    The Hand of Fear
    The Deadly Assassin
    The Robots of Death
    The Talons of Weng-Chiang
    The Horror of Fang Rock
    K9 Tales Boxset - The Invisible Enemy plus K9 & Company (due out in June)
    Image of the Fendahl
    The Invasion of Time
    Key to Time Boxset
    Destiny of the Daleks
    City of Death
    The Creature from the Pit
    The Leisure Hive
    The E-Space Trilogy Boxset - Full Circle, State of Decay, Warriors' Gate
    New Beginnings Boxset - The Keeper of Traken, Logopolis, Castrovalva
    Four to Doomsday
    The Visitation
    Black Orchid
    Earthshock
    Time-Flight / Arc of Infinity
    The Black Guardian Trilogy Boxset - Mawdryn Undead, Terminus, Enlightenment
    Kamelion Tales Boxset - The King's Demons, Planet of Fire
    The Five Doctors
    Resurrection of the Daleks
    The Caves of Androzani
    The Twin Dilemma
    Attack of the Cybermen
    Vengeance on Varos
    The Mark of the Rani
    The Two Doctors
    Timelash
    Revelation of the Daleks
    The Trial of a Time Lord
    Time and the Rani (due September)
    Delta and the Bannermen
    Remembrance of the Daleks
    Battlefield
    Ghost Light
    The Curse of Fenric
    Survival
    The Movie

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    It might be worth adding to that the 'Bred For War' box set, which contains The Time Warrior, The Sontaran Experiment, The Invasion of Time and The Two Doctors.

    As far as I'm aware, the DVDs in the set are the same as the separate releases.
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    As far as I'm aware, the DVDs in the set are the same as the separate releases.
    They are!

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    Yes indeed. I could also add the Five Doctors special 25th anniversary edition, the Remembrance of the Daleks special edition, and the Davros box set, which includes Genesis, Destiny, Resurrection and Revelation as per the stand alone releases and the Remembrance special edition, along with a whole bunch of Big Finish audios featuring Davros.

    And the planned Revisitations set, of course....

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    Hey, thanks for the update. I really do appreciate it!

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    so here is a question. How many stories are there left to release?

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    There are currently:

    6 Hartnells (including 2 incomplete)
    2 Troughtons (including 1 incomplete)
    10 Pertwees
    8 Tom Bakers (including 1 incomplete)
    4 Davisons
    5 McCoys

    Which makes 35 altogether, or 31 if you only include complete stories.

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    Bloody hell, that's not a lot, is it, when you think about it?
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    Well, they've been releasing about 17 stories a year, the last few years...

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    Yes, but it never really sunk in until now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logo Polish View Post
    There are currently:

    6 Hartnells (including 2 incomplete)
    2 Troughtons (including 1 incomplete)
    10 Pertwees
    8 Tom Bakers (including 1 incomplete)
    4 Davisons
    5 McCoys

    Which makes 35 altogether, or 31 if you only include complete stories.
    Actually, make that 4 McCoy's as "Silver Nemesis" came out this month.
    Can we have a "Guess the release" sweepstake?
    Without knowing the details, I hope next year we see two stories from each of the above Doctors released. That would make 12. But then are they bi-monthly releases? Pretty shocking to Jon having ten left. "Death To The Daleks" and sod the rest! What odds will you give me on "Greatest Show In The Galaxy" coming out before "Dragonfire"? (But then haven't I read on here that GSITG is part of a box set?) Suppose we'll have "The Krotons" sooner or later.
    It's pretty hard to think of what boxsets you could make from the rest?
    Good luck for when they bite the bullet with "The Gunfighters"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Cloud (Slight Return) View Post
    Actually, make that 4 McCoy's as "Silver Nemesis" came out this month.
    No, it's 5.

    Time and the Rani
    Paradise Towers
    Dragonfire
    The Happiness Patrol
    The Greatest Show in the Galaxy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logo Polish View Post
    No, it's 5.

    Time and the Rani
    Paradise Towers
    Dragonfire
    The Happiness Patrol
    The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
    I stand corrected! Forgot TATR isn't out yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Cloud (Slight Return) View Post
    It's pretty hard to think of what boxsets you could make from the rest?
    Mara Tales?

    Things that have a "K" in them?
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    What's this incomplete Tom Baker story then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davethesailor View Post
    What's this incomplete Tom Baker story then?
    SHAAAAAAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

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    For the sake of completeness, stories awaiting release at this stage are:

    The Sensorites
    The Reign of Terror
    Planet of Giants
    The Ark
    The Gunfighters
    The Tenth Planet
    The Ice Warriors
    The Krotons
    The Ambassadors of Death
    Terror of the Autons
    The Mind of Evil
    Colony in Space
    The Daemons
    Day of the Daleks
    The Mutants
    Invasion of the Dinosaurs
    Death to the Daleks
    Planet of the Spiders
    Terror of the Zygons
    The Android Invasion
    The Seeds of Doom (due October)
    The Face of Evil
    The Sun Makers
    Nightmare of Eden
    Shada
    Meglos
    Kinda & Snakedance (due for release 2011)
    The Awakening
    Frontios
    Time and the Rani (due next month)
    Paradise Towers
    Dragonfire
    The Happiness Patrol
    The Greatest Show in the Galaxy

    So not many really. As far as potential box sets go, there are two Dalek stories in there which could be put together; The Sensorites leads right into The Reign of Terror; The Awakening and Frontios are in sequence and could be combined; there are four Delgado master stories there, including his first. There are probably others. Let us not forget that the last three complete Hartnell stories to be released on VHS were just bunged together in a box set regardless of their otherwise unrelated-ness....

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    Thanks Jason for that.

    So how much of Shada exists, is a DVD release likely?

    My intention is to watch every single episode from beginning to end once all the DVD's have been released. (believe it or not, I have full complete stories that I have never watched before)! If I am doing this, do you think I should also include the missing stories audio CD's (many of which I have never heard either)?

    Has anyone else done this before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davethesailor View Post
    Thanks Jason for that.
    No problem.

    So how much of Shada exists, is a DVD release likely?
    Enough of it exists for a VHS release, so I'd be surprised if it doesn't come out. Ultimately it is quite a chunk of Doctor Who material that is unlikely to languish on VHS forever and never see shiny disc. The VHS lists the running time as 110 minutes, which is only 40 minutes short of a full 6 episodes. Some of that 110 minutes is of course Tom Baker's linking narration, but I would estimate from memory that there's still about 80 or 90 minutes of actual footage there. The thing is that the amount of footage reduces with each episode! Episode 1 is virtually complete, while episode 6 only has a couple of minutes of footage intact. I would say there is enough to warrant getting it to complete the collection. I wouldn't say it's all that good, however....

    My intention is to watch every single episode from beginning to end once all the DVD's have been released.
    I did that with the VHS range. It was quite interesting, and made me appreciate som stories a lot more. You're obviously free to watch in whatever manner you choose, but I found two episodes per night with a gap between seasons of an appropriate number of Who-free nights to be an excellent way of getting through it in a sensible period (still took two years though!).

    If I am doing this, do you think I should also include the missing stories audio CD's
    Definitely. There is a lot in them, especially if you take it in order. I think you'd do the Troughton era in particular an injustice if you don't include them.

    Watching two episodes per night also helps in the earlier years when there was no prior information about number of episodes, so you do end up watching the end of one story and the start of another, running into each other just as they did when they were first shown.

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    "Shada" is apparently not included in 2-entertain's pledge to release "every story" on DVD, on the other hand Mark Ayres once said he had "an idea" on how to complete it, signalling that it MIGHT be on their radar.

    In a nutshell, they've not commited to doing it, but us "Shada" fans are keeping everything crossed they will try - preferably before the cast die and become unavailable to take part!

    Si.

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    Don't forget the 2003 Shada webcast thing with Paul McGann. It's not great but it's watchable on DVD and would be a nice extra with the Tom version.

    If it was me I'd release that alongside a re-jigged BBC video Shada with new animation and CGI instead of the awful cut and paste photo shots from the original and maybe get some of the other actors back to add to the narration to pad it out a bit.

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    I'd get out the slap and force the actors back into their original costumes to finish what they damn well started.

    Si.

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    Or recreate the missing scenes with Character Option's Tom and K9.

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