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Walking to Hong Kong…

In advance of the release of the Revisitations 2 classic Doctor Who DVD boxset this week, 2|entertain have released a handful of clips from some of the new extras from these repackaged releases on their YouTube channel.

Featuring previously released DVDs repackaged with new extras, Revisitations 2 includes the Second Doctor story The Seeds of Death from 1967, Third Doctor adventure Carnival of Monsters from 1973 and 1984’s Fifth Doctor thriller Resurrection of the Daleks.

The new extras are extensive, and if our review of The Seeds of Death is anything to go by, they’re of good quality too!

Monsters Who Came Back for More!

Featuring Nick Briggs and DWM’s Peter Ware, this is a light hearted look at many of Doctor Who’s returning foes over the course of its history.

On Target with Ian Marter

Ian Marter, best known for playing Fourth Doctor companion Harry Sullivan and as a writer of many Target novelisations, is featured here in the first of a two-part documentary. Marter first appeared in Doctor Who in Carnival of Monsters as Lt John Andrews.

Deleted and extended scenes – Resurrection of the Daleks

Janet Fielding and Mark Strickson appear in a scene from Resurrection of the Daleks, only half of which was included in the transmitted edit.

So where does the title of this article fit in to all of this?

Well… just wait until you see the clip from the Carnival of Monsters extra…

Out Monday, the Revisitations 2 boxset has an RRP of £39.99, but you can still order now from Amazon for just £29.93!



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