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It is so sad that so many of Dr Who's first stories are now lost, thanks to a rather short sighted junking policy at the BBC in the 70's. I've listened to some of the surviving sound tracks on CD, but watching some of the surving episodes from the same stories was a far beter experience. On the first doctor disk are 6 episodes, parts 1 and 3 from 'The Crusade', parts 2, 5, and 10 from 'The Dalek Masterplan', and the final part from 'The Celestial Toymaker. Although 'Crusade' and 'Toymaker' are enjoyable to watch, the highlight of this disk are the surviving episodes from 'Masterplan'. Looking at the well constructed sets and props, convincing make-up and costumes, as well as the superb plot and script, once again from creator of the Daleks Terry Nation, it's even more tragic that this epic adventure, the longest serial in Dr Who's history, hasn't survived in complete form. Had it done, I'm sure that it would be 'Masterplan', and not 'Genesis', that would be remembered as the best dalek story in Dr Who. Moving on to the first of the second doctor disks, the highlight in my opinion is the two surviving episodes from 'The Moonbase'. Okay sure, the plot is a little daft (I mean, how can a gravity generator on the moon be used to control the weather on Earth?) but the cybermen are a lot creepier in this serial than they are in the new series, particulary the voice and the hands. Also on this disk is the last remaining episode from 'The Underwater Menace', which I didn't get at all, episodes 1 and 3 from 'The Faceless Ones', and the last surviving episode from 'The Evil of the Daleks', another classic Dalek story lost in the winds of time. The final disk contains a mix bag of episodes from the last few years of the 60's. Highlight in my opinion is either 'The Enemy of the World', with patrick troughton playing a supurb vilian as well as the Doctor, or 'The Web of Fear', with it's dark setting of an underground railway station. Apart from the obvious drawback that we only get to see only a part of each story, my major critisim concerns 'The Crusade' and 'The Moonbase'. Being halve completed, each story has the sound tracks from the missing episodes included, but without any narration, making it difficult to follow the story. I eventually gave up and jumped straight to the next episode. Also on each disk are surviving clips from other episodes now considered lost. My favorate are the clips from 'Masterplan episode 1', which again shows of the stunning production values of this serial, as well as the bleak tone of it. If you want to see what Dr Who was like in it's first years, this is a good place to start. Would recomend it to any fan of the worlds longest running sci-fi series.
first of all my name is Harry and this is the first review i've ever done via internet. I'm also one of the hugest dr who lovers in the whole country, I adore it and you probably do too. Well if not even so this is a mustbuydvd. It contains every suviving episode (and nearly every clip) of the black and white era (aside from the complete stories of course.) So first up on disc one the two suviving episodes of one of the best of dr who's historical stories 'The Crusade', the only downside is that there are no aliens. But the next one has plenty 'The Daleks' Masterplan' episodes 2,5 and 10 (it had 12 part's in total) the best dalek story you'll find. Even though there's only one episode to see it still makes a great conclusion in 'The Celestial Toymaker' part4. For special features you get suviving clips from episodes which I shan't talk about but I'll tell that you can see silent behind the scenes footage of 'The Smugglers' in colour! Now onto Disc2 you can see 'The Underwater Menace' part 3 which is good to watch.'The Moonbase' episodes 2 and 4 give you a glimpse of the cybermen. I was looking forward to seeing 'The Faceless Ones' parts 1 and 3 and it was worth the wait, at the beggining the TARDIS almost got run over by a jumbo jet! 'Evil Of The Daleks' episode 2 is undeniebly brilliant! Those of you fans who bought 'Tomb Of The Cybermen' which I have got you'll see that clip with the added soundtrack of the end of part 7, so yeah. Everything on Disc3 is great to watch apart from 'The Abominable Snowmen' part2 and probably episode3 of 'The Wheel In Space'.'The Space Pirates part2 is a swell tale where the doctor Jamie and Zoe are trapped in a room floating in space. You lot might be wondering about 'Fury From The Deep'. Well unfortunetly there are no suviving episodes but the suviving clips are amazing. All I'll say is that the TARDIS makes a funny landing, sea creatures attack gas refineries and one of the personnel dies a horrible death! The one thing you need to know about this disc is that on The Missing Years Documentry you see a full 6 mins of 'Galaxy Four' part1
So all in all I would really recommend that you buy this, cos this is the keypiece of my collection (of anyone's collection.) And I'd also like to thank Toby of Tobysdvdreviews for inspiring me to buy this and to my one and only dad for buying me this. And just as Toby said 'PLEASE GO OUT AND BUY THIS! YEAH, BYE BYE.Doctor Who - Lost In Time [DVD] 
This is a must have for anybody who loves classic who and are major fans of either William Hartnell or Patrick Troughton and this is fantastic as we get to see 18 Full episodes with some in this set which have now been either fully recovered in which we have the story completed and have their own dvd release with others yet to either be found or lost forever.
We get commentary on these classic episodes from actors that appeared in the particular story you are watching at the time.
Film footage showing the making of the stories The Smugglers, The Abominable Snowmen and Fury From The Deep.
The Last Dalek is a short film featuring commentary and showing the making of The Evil Of The Daleks.
We have 8mm off-screen footage from the various lost episodes.
We get introductions to episode 1 and 3 of The Crusade by Doctor Who's very first male companion to the Doctor William Russell aka Ian Chesterton.
We get a trailer for Power of The Daleks.
There is a soundtrack for episodes 2 and 4 for The Crusades and The Moonbase episodes 1 and 3.
Surviving clips from The Daleks Master Plan, The Smugglers, The Tenth Planet, The Power Of The Daleks, The Highlanders, The Underwater Menace, The Macra Terror, The Abominable Snowmen, The Web Of Fear, Fury From The Deep, The Wheel In Space and The Space Pirates.
Also included on this DVD is The Missing Years a documentary that focuses on these classic episodes that at the time some of them we thought we would never see in full.
Fantastic to see these and you can't have your collection complete without this gem.
I started my Doctor Who collection with this and The Beginning and I'm so glad I did!
Throughout the 60s and most of the 70s, video tape was prohibitively expensive and there were restrictions on the number of times a TV production could be shown. As a result it was BBC policy to wipe their recordings from time to time and re-use the tapes for new shows. Thus the vast majority of William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton episodes of Doctor Who (and anything else made at the time) were lost with just a few remaining in the archives. Thankfully for us Who fans, the BBC sold the show to several countries all over the world and shipped out film transfers for them to broadcast... thus begins the trail for recovery. While the majority of episodes were recovered from various sources there are still many missing. This collection of DVDs presents the recovered parts of still incomplete adventures, giving us a glimpse of what has been lost and an insight into the process of recovering and repairing the missing footage.
The biggest shame of "Lost In Time" is the fact that we don't get to see the rest of the featured adventures! The likes of "The Faceless Ones" "The Abominable Snowmen" "The Web Of Fear" and "The Wheel In Space" look very promising and serve to fuel the dream that one day all the episodes will finally be recovered (A dream which is sadly unrealistic) and of course the 12 episode epic "The Daleks' Master Plan" of which only episodes 2, 5 and 10 survive.
This collection of episodes and extras is another must-have for any fan and while Doctor Who won't be complete without the missing adventures, no collection is complete without this set.
I first became a Dr Who fan when I was about seven (long before the revival), and can remember reading in various books about the "missing" adventures. They sounded so much better than the black and white stories that were readily availiable on VHS at the time. Amongst fans, "telesnaps" were passed around. These were a series of poor quality images (one for every 3-5 seconds of footage) played simultaneously with the soundtrack (complete), to give an approximation of what the actual episode was like. I had several of these; they really weren't very good, but at the time, that was all that the die-hard fan could get. This DVD is the answer to the prayers of Dr Who fans everywhere. The set comprises three discs, which contain all surviving footage from any stories that are incomplete, ranging from entire episodes to a few seconds of footage. They have been restored to an amazing standard - the images are so clear, this could have been filmed yesterday. Some of the stories do look pretty dull (although, to be fair, it is not really fair to judge on the basis of one or two episodes) but some do indeed look as interesting as I'd imagined they might be. Particularly so is the remaining snippets of "Fury From The Deep"; the scene where the two men suck all the air from the room is a chilling classic! It's just such a shame that you can't see the whole thing! Dr Who fans the world over will be thanking the BBC on the one hand for fianlly making this stuff availiable (and to such a high standard), and cursing them on the other for chucking it away in the first place.
I am a big fan of Jon Pertwee and never really know much about the first 2 doctors as there was little available even in the 1970s. I am pleasantly surprised how good these early b&w episodes are. For one the acting and story's are magnificent. If only they find the missing episodes to complete these brilliant story's. It is an absolute tragedy what the BBC did, I have read many reports why,who and when the BBC did with 1000s of TV and music films and audio tapes. It's one of the biggest acts of vandalism in entertainment history in my opinion.
Well on a positive note we have these 18 episodes from 1965 to 1969 all in black and white. So far my favorite is the William hartnell episodes, at times quite violent but with grit and excitement throughout. Very entertaining indeed.
This DVD is great. Every visible media for lost stories (including my favorite “Evil of the Daleks”) are included. This is also good to remember that some stories were fully or partly found since this release (“The Underwater Menace”, “The Enemy of the World”, “The Web of Fear”).
Really enjoyed this. It is a pity that this is the only way to see some of the missing Doctor Who episodes- due to the BBC's misguided wiping policy of the 60's! Still, it is probably the best we are going to get. as some episodes are lost forever. Still. it was nice to see some of the old episodes again, and who knows, more episodes could be found in the years to come. I'll not hold my breath. Subtitles very helpful.
The aim of LOST IN TIME is to present incomplete DOCTOR WHO stories where only 50% or less of the episodes have survived. Stories which are largely intact - such as THE REIGN OF TERROR, THE TENTH PLANET, THE ICE WARRIORS and THE INVASION - will presumably be released on DVD at a later date (subject to the popularity of this set, I'd guess). It's unlikely that more missing episodes will be recovered, though the return of DAY OF ARMAGEDDON earlier this year suggests there may still be a few in private hands. As things stand, this is a great opportunity to see some fascinating fragments of television history.