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Patrick Troughton as the Doctor

The Lost TV Episodes Collection 5 Preview

Patrick Troughton as the DoctorCompleting a number of August releases from AudioGo, Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collection 5 (1967-1969) will see the final release in this series of box sets and a complete collection for all of you that own volumes 1-4!

Finishing off the final stories from the Patrick Troughton era that are incomplete, this marvellous box set will include 6 TV stories that are sadly no longer with us in visual from either partially or entirely. The adventures included are: The Enemy of the World, The Web of Fear, Fury from the Deep, The Wheel in Space, The Invasion and The Space Pirates.

Each story will contain the wonderful linking narration that we’ve become so used to from actors who were in the original episodes, there will also be bonus features such as cast and crew interviews (audio only) and PDF’s that contain the original camera scripts.

We may never see any of these episodes ever again but AudioGo have made sure that they can be enjoyed as much as possible with the release of this set.

Doctor Who: The Lost TV Episodes Collection 5 (1967-1969) will be available from www.audiogo.co.uk via download from 1st August 2012 and on CD (14 all together) from 2nd August 2012 and you can purchase the set for a whopping £80.00 when it is released.

Or you can save yourself over 50% of the price by pre-ordering with a massive saving from Amazon, where it will cost you just £27.33!


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