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    Well who wouldn't find the Doctor attractive?

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    Disc 1

    6x 25 mins approx monochrome episodes with mono audio.
    Commentary - Episodes 1, 4, 5, 6 with actors Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling and Sonny Caldinez, designer Jeremy Davies and grams operator Pat Heigham, moderated by Toby Hadoke.
    Commentary - Episode 2 commentary made up of original archive recordings or readings of text written by Brian Hayles, Derek Martinus, Martin Baugh, Bernard Bresslaw, Peter Barkworth, Wendy Gifford and Sylvia James.
    Commentary - Episode 3 commentary by Patrick Troughton’s son, Michael.
    Programme subtitles.
    Subtitle Production Notes.

    Disc 2

    Cold Fusion (dur. 24’ 31”) – Cast and crew look back at the making of the story. With actors Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling and Sonny Caldinez, designer Jeremy Davies and James Bresslaw, son of the late actor Bernard Bresslaw.
    Beneath the Ice (dur. 10’ 31” ) - A look behind the scenes of the animated Ice Warrior episodes. Producers Chris Chapman and Niel Bushnell, together with animation director Chris Chatterton from Qurios lift the lid on the process used to bring Varga and his Warriors back to life.
    VHS Links (dur. 19’ 19” ) – the introduction to the story and linking material covering the two missing episodes, as used on the VHS release of the story in 1998. Includes the BBC Video “Adjust your tracking control” caption for a true sense of nostalgia!
    Blue Peter Design-a-Monster (dur. 10’ 04”) – the competition launch and subsequent winners of the 1967 Design-a-Monster competition, which ran during the transmission of The Ice Warriors.
    Doctor Who Stories – Frazer Hines part two (dur. 13’ 48”) - the second part of this interview with Frazer Hines shot in 2004 for The Story of Doctor Who looks at his later appearances in the series.
    Photo Gallery (dur. 3’ 53”) - production, design and publicity photos from the story.
    Coming Soon (dur. 1 min approx.) - a trailer for a forthcoming DVD release.
    Radio Times Listings in Adobe PDF format.
    Programme subtitles.

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    I can't believe they didn't use the screaming Victoria pic on the cover!

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    It's a first! Nice cover though.

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    Frazer Hines shot in 2004 for The Story of Doctor Who
    He was alright though, I saw him recently.

    This story doesn't deserve such great special features / These amazing special features will make The Ice Warriors a DVD release to really look forward to!

    Commentary - Episode 3 commentary by Patrick Troughton’s son, Michael.
    "You know, I loved my dad, but he was absolutely rubbish in this. I mean! Was he drunk or something? Just embarrassing."
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Chris Chatterton
    Hmm, wonder if that's his actual name

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    John Chesserman?

    Si.

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    Mavis Golightly-Johnson.

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    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Jamie and Varga - that's not snap.

    PC Copper and Victoria - that's not snap.

    Zondal and Zondal - snap!

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    @ Andrew!

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    I'm glad they've animated the Ice Warrior with the freakishly big head!

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    Bertie Big Head we call him.

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    I don't remember a part of the story where characters' legs start disappearing...

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    They were the deleted scenes involving getting drunk.

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    With a certain Mr. F. Hines aboard, the full version must've lasted 17 months then!

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    nice cover

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    DOCTOR WHO - THE ICE WARRIORS [Episodes 1,4,5 and 6]

    APPROVED RUNNING TIME 97m 8s
    http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/doctor-who-ice-warriors

    DOCTOR WHO - THE ICE WARRIORS [Additional material,Audio commentary,Episodes 1,4,5 & 6]

    APPROVED RUNNING TIME 97m 10s
    http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/docto...ice-warriors-0

    DOCTOR WHO - THE ICE WARRIORS - DVD EXTRAS [Additional material,Tape 1]

    APPROVED RUNNING TIME 71m 28s
    http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/docto...ors-dvd-extras

    00:10:03:06
    BLUE PETER (DOCTOR WHO - THE ICE WARRIORS - DVD EXTRAS - BLUE PETER DESIGN-A-MONSTER)
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    THE ICE WARRIORS - PHOTO GALLERY (DVD EXTRA)
    00:13:46:08
    DOCTOR WHO STORIES - FRAZER HINES (DVD EXTRA)
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    (DOCTOR WHO - THE ICE WARRIORS - DVD EXTRAS - VHS LINKS)
    00:24:28:18
    COLD FUSION - MAKING THE ICE WARRIORS (DVD EXTRA)

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    Mine's been dispatched. Soon see whether the animation is up to scratch or not on this one

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    The animation is interesting. It's simpler than the last couple of animated episodes- not as showy and stylish, instead going for an authentic feel- working closely from the camera scripts. It's admirable, but it seems a bit cheaper overall. Some of the movement is very basic, lots of wiggly arms and perhaps too many raised eyebrows and darting eyes. Hmm, I suppose it all works- it just seems a little bit of a backward step.

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    Too much animation, now too little... they can't win, can they?
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    It just looked cheap to my eyes, like all those efforts you see fans doing on Youtube. I think The Tenth Planet animation is the best of the new lot of animated episodes- it's stylish without being overly stylish, if you see what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiHart View Post
    Some of the movement is very basic, lots of wiggly arms and perhaps too many raised eyebrows and darting eyes.
    Like Ed Milliband, you mean...?

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    What a bloody awful story! To be fair, things picked up a bit by Part Six but GOD. It's just various people running between the Base and the Ship and musing about what to do if the computer (some kind of futuristic Russell Grant) doesn't advise that they do something. To be fair, I liked Clent, he was quite layered as these base commander types go, but the rest of it was just weird or dull or both. Troughton's had much better moments and "The Seeds of Death" is miles better.

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    It's a turgid old story isn't it? As with may stories, you wonder how it got its reputation as one of the good ones. Was it a good Target book? Fond memories of those who saw it in 1967? That it had some iconic photos taken? Well whatever it was, everyone was broadly wrong about it!

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