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Colony in Space on DVD

Doctor Who - Colony in Space2|Entertain have released the DVD cover art for forthcoming 1971 Jon Pertwee space based western Colony in Space.

The image featuring the Doctor’s arch-nemesis the Master (Roger Delgado) dominated by the machine worshipped by the indigenous primitives and their High Priest on the planet Uxarieus, where the Doctor becomes embroiled in a dispute between the Interplanetary Mining Corporation and the colonists while searching for the Master and the Time Lords stolen secret file on the Doomsday Weapon.

The single disc release includes all six remastered episodes (including the restoration of 4 seconds missing from the VHS release) and comes loaded with special features including:

Cast and Crew Commentary with Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Bernard Kay (Caldwell), Morris Perry (Dent), Michael Briant (director), Terrance Dicks (script editor), and Graeme Harper (assistant floor manager); moderated by Toby Hadoke

IMC Needs You! – a documentary on the making of Colony, featuring Katy Manning, Bernard Kay, Michael Briant, Graeme Harper and Barry Letts.

Colony in Space is available to pre-order now for £14.99 and is released on the 3rd October.


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