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Classic Doctor Who on DVD - The Tenth Planet

The Tenth Planet DVD Cover Art

Although you may have already seen the reconstructed version on the Regeneration boxset, The Tenth Planet – complete with an animated fourth episode – is set to land on DVD shelves across the land in time for the 50th anniversary – and you can see the cover art (still to be confirmed) below…

Classic Doctor Who on DVD - The Tenth Planet

The Tenth Planet is, of course, perhaps the single most important episode of Doctor Who – not because it introduces the Cybermen (and they’ve rarely been as disturbing as they are here…) but because it is the episode that sees the Doctor die… only for him to turn into another person! That’s right, this is the episode that offered the show an infinite life – or at least 50 years in the public consciousness – and for that reason alone it should be top of your wish list. For many years it has been incomplete, but is presented here on DVD for the first time.

Set for release on November 18, 2013, and with details of any extras still sketchy, you can order The Tenth Planet from Amazon now for £15.42

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