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Doctor Who: The Space Museum/The Chase
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Two classic multi-episode Doctor Who storylines from 1965, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor. In 'The Space Museum', the TARDIS and its occupants end up as an exhibit in a forgotten museum in the future. Episodes are: 'The Space Museum', 'The Dimensions of Time', 'The Search' and 'The Final Phase'. In 'The Chase', the travellers are forced to flee in the TARDIS when they learn that a group of time-travelling Daleks are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. Episodes are: 'The Executioners', 'The Death of Time', 'Flight Through Eternity', 'Journey Into Terror', 'The Death of Doctor Who' and 'The Planet of Decision'.
- Bildformat : 1.33:1
- Produktens mått : 3.1 x 18.6 x 13.2 cm; 258.55 Gram
- Artikelnummer : 5051561028090
- Körtid : 4 timmar och 10 minuter
- Skådespelare : William Hartnell, William Russell, Jacqueline Hill, Maureen O'Brien, Peter Purves
- Studio : 2 Entertain
- ASIN : B0033PRJWQ
- Ursprungsland : Storbritannien
- Antal skivor : 3
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The Space museum was a brilliant story which I actually loved. Specially the first episode is action packed. But for the chase it was okay. It did have its good points and was okay in parts. But wouldn’t say it was that bad. But if your just starting out just like me collecting all the classic episodes this is a must have for your collection
The Chase isn't the best Dalek story but as a Dr Who fan and Dalek fan, this boxed set was a must for my collection. Peter Purves, who I grew up with as a respected Blue Peter presenter, has a cameo roll as an American tourist which is rather cringeworthy!
Nevertheless I enjoyed watching both stories.
Having previously owned the Chase on VHS, the DVD version is a vast improvement, due to the restoration work.
What really makes this set more interesting are the bonus features included with the discs.Hearing cast members, and some members of the production team revisiting the stories make interesting viewing, if, like me, you remember the original transmission of these stories.
'The Chase' is my favourite Dalek story - it's really just a bit of fun; which was certainly missing in many early stories which dealt with issues such as tragedy (e.g. The Reign of Terror) or oppression (e.g.The Space Museum). This is not to say that these stories didn't have elements of fun in them; I am merely saying that the theme of them wasn't revolved around fun. 'The Chase' is just that. Daleks bitching to one another, a haunted house and the comical jungle mushroom-like plants on Mechanus are just a few of these fun elements. Away from the theme of fun, however, and you get a genuinely thrilling story with the premise that the Daleks have discovered the secret of time-travel; it can only be a good story! Yes the sets can be tatty sometimes, yes the costumes can look silly; but this is a damn good story and the ending (no spoilers for those yet to watch) is epic, saddening and joyful; a truly awesome conclusion to a brilliant story. 5/5 for this story!
In the 'Chase' the travellers are forced to flee in the TARDIS when they learn from the Time/Space Visualiser taken from the Moroks' museum that a group of Daleks equipped with their own time machine are on their trail with orders to exterminate them.