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Published on August 6th, 2010 | by Meredith Burdett

Doctor Who DVDs Hit Rock Bottom

Have you got gaps in your Doctor Who DVD collection? A few episodes missing here and there that you’ve never got round to buying? If so, head over to Amazon where there is a massive sale on Doctor Who DVDs from the “classic” series and the “new” one.

Doctor Who - The Talons of Weng Chiang for FIVE QUID!Each DVD is less than five pounds and we at Kasterborous have listed what’s available on the website:

-The Deadly Assassin

-Image of the Fendahl

-The Talons of Weng Chiang

-Delta and the Bannermen

-The Curse of Fenric

-The TV Movie

-Series 1-4 with the Ninth and Tenth Doctors (vanilla DVD’s only)

-The Infinite Quest

-The Cybermen Collection

-Doctor Who and the Daleks and Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 AD Collectors Edition

It’s also worth noting that the vanilla releases of the “new” series are actually priced at roughly £3.97 each so it’s even more of a bargain!

This is a great opportunity to pick up some truly brilliant Doctor Who at the best price you will ever get it and look at the range that’s on offer. What other TV show can give you films from the 60’s, TV episodes from the 70’ and 80’s, movies from the 90’s, new episodes from the 00’s and animated adventures as well? Maybe Star Trek – but in comparison, they’re swines.

Visit Amazon.co.uk now and buy some DVD’s that are worthy of your shelf space!

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




4 Responses to Doctor Who DVDs Hit Rock Bottom

  1. Carn says:

    play.com often have classic stories for £5.99 too. have bought several over the last couple years.

  2. DarthChin says:

    The plural of DVD is DVDs.

    Help stop the apostrophe madness!


    • Thanks Darth Chin. We got a job lot on apostrophes this month but I was hoping to save money and use them throughout the year rather than in a small amount of articles.

      With your help, we can crack down on the escaping apostrophes and their subsequent misuse.

  3. DarthChin says:

    Great news; leave it with me!

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