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Tagged Planet of the Spiders

Planet of the Spiders DVD Cover!

Thanks to 2|entertain we have the final cover for the new Planet of the Spiders DVD, set for release in April! Starring Jon Pertwee and Lis Sladen, Planet of the Spiders ties up various loose ends from the last two seasons of the Third Doctor’s adventures… At a Tibetan retreat in the English countryside, a…

Barry Letts

Following the death of former Doctor Who producer Barry Letts, we decided to run a series of articles in tribute to the actor, director and producer who oversaw the series from 1969-1974. Kasterborous contributor James Whittington brings us an exclusive interview with one of the biggest names in Doctor Who’s history, Barry Letts, who sadly…

Max Faulkner

Doctor Who fight arranger, actor, stunt man Max Faulkner passed away within the last few weeks. During the late 1950s and 1960s he appeared in The ITV Play Of The Week (1958), International Detective (1960), The Saint (1963) and two episodes of The Prisoner (1968). However, it is his work during the golden age of…

The Barry Letts Influence

Barry Letts’ input on Doctor Who remains influential and cannot be overestimated. Letts helped create such an ideal Doctor Who for its time that many of his tweaks to the formula remain part of the modern shows formula, largely unchanged. Here are four of the biggies… ITC – Action by HAVOC – The Doctor Jon…

Doctor Who: Weapon On-Demand?

Classic Doctor Who adventures went live last week at SeeSaw, one of several online repositories of vintage television. As a rival to Hulu, Seesaw is offering just television as opposed to some of its competitors – but with YouTube and MSN offering Doctor Who as well, it seems as though once sought after content is…

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