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    Default Dalek Movies Bluray!

    Yep! In such high definition, you can feel their fire! Coming next year according to DWM.

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    I'll await the reviews with curiosity.

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    Apparently they've been fully restored and there are new features beiong prepared for the set too, which all sounds promising.

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    Now this does look promising, something worthwhile on Blu-Ray. They never quite got the DVDs right, there was a glitch or two even on the corrected versions. I'm really looking forward to seeing this new boxset.

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    Nice. If they come out seperately, it'll make Spearhead look like the non-canon product on my bluray shelf.
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    The older I get the more I like these films.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    "Yes, about three miles"

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    My Blu-ray is keen to accept these Dalek goodies. It's foaming at the tray :-)

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    Roy Castle sitting on a box of chocolates is surely the greatest moment in cinema history. When Empire Magazine do their top 100 Greatest Cinema Moments, they should include that at Number One because it is the greatest moment in the History of Cinema.

    Tops.

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    "Excuse me Mr Dalek, would you care to step onto this cape?"

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    "You could've put it on the mantel piece next to your Oscar"

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    I long for Curzon's boots in high def

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    Hopefully they can do some new interviews and include the recently found footage.

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    I can't wait to see an empty Dalek being knocked over in HD.

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    They MUST get Bernard Cribbins to do a commentary !
    Bazinga !

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    Extras TBC apparently but this is exceptionally good news. I knew there was a reason I'd never got around to replacing my faulty version of the first movie.

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    Most exciting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Masters View Post
    They MUST get Bernard Cribbins to do a commentary !
    Actually that's a contender for Best ides Of the Year.

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    He must commentate in his Madame Cholet Womble voice!

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    A few years ago I thought I was the only one on this site who enjoyed these films!

    Good to see people embracing the Cushing goodness. It may not be cannon, but they're a lot of fun, and how many of us experienced those early stories.
    Remember, just because Davros is dead doesn't mean the Dalek menace has been contained ......

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    WHAT?! You say they're NOT CANON?!!

    On the contrary, these two films are 'Canon', it is this ongoing series about the Time Lord known as The Doctor that is piffledy gafflebab!
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    I'm looking forward to this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteCrowNZ View Post
    Good to see people embracing the Cushing goodness. It may not be cannon, but they're a lot of fun, and how many of us experienced those early stories.
    Let's face it, at one point they were almost if not entirely the only way we could come close to seeing the stories they were based on.

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    although I've neve been a fan of these two films I've always thought about buying them so this coming out on blue ray might just make up my mind once and for all.

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    They must do a special edition, redubbed, where Bernard Cribbins' character is actually revealed to be a young Wilfred Mott, and then, only then, will it be canon. HAHAHAHAHAHA! YES! ALL THINGS WILL BEND TO MY WILL!!!! ALL THIIIIIIINGS!!!!!!!!!

    Lovely stuff.

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