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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Details Confirmed

Want to enjoy the full Doctor Who 50th anniversary experience once again? On September 8th a new collector’s edition will be released on DVD and Blu-ray, featuring the highlights of 2013’s time-travelling milestone.

This limited edition collector’s box includes the 50th anniversary special The Day of the Doctor; Matt Smith’s farewell episode The Time of the Doctor; the Series 7 finale The Name of the Doctor and the Eighth Doctor’s (Paul McGann) surprise regeneration into John Hurt’s War Doctor in The Night of the Doctor.


The collection also includes an exclusive cut of the read-through of The Day of the Doctor, featuring Matt Smith and David Tennant, as well as deleted scenes, new-to-DVD cinema trails and Mark Gatiss’ award-winning drama about the genesis of Doctor Who An Adventure in Space and Time finally available for the first time on Blu-ray.

Topping all of this off is the hilarious Five-ish Doctors – starring Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and a host of special guests.

Both releases are available on DVD and Blu-ray, RRP £40.84 and £45.95. You can, however, order from Amazon where the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD is just £30. Meanwhile, the Blu-ray Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition is £34.

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