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Doctor Who Dalek Collection Box Set

Released on 25 September 2006

Featuring: Peter Cushing, Roy Castle & Jennie Linden

Format: DVD | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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Doctor Who And The Daleks: Eccentric scientific genius Dr. Who activates the T.A.R.D.I.S., a remarkable time machine disguised as an ordinary callbox. But when the Doctor, his granddaughters and their friend Ian are transported to the mysterious planet Skaro, they discover a race of innocent humanoids under siege by evil robot-like Daleks. Can the Doctor protect this peaceful society from destruction as well as save the entire universe from a diabolical invasion of the future?

(Dir. Gordon Flemyng, 1965)

Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. The remarkable Doctor and his companions use their time machine the T.A.R.D.I.S. to travel to the Earth's future. But when they arrive, they discover a battle-raveaged world where mankind has been conquered and enslaved by the diabolical Daleks. Can Doctor Who foil their fiendish plan to mine the Earth's nuclear core?

(Dir. Gordon Flemyng, 1966)
  • 'Dalekmania': a documentary exploring the fascination with the Daleks (57 mins)

customer Reviews

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 Some dated classics

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I brought these as ive recently got into the new dr who series, what you get in this collection is the two dalek movies starring Peter Cushing.
i have to say that though fun to watch they realy feel as they where made in the 60s, but thats what Dr Who is all about, hammy acting ( not by cushing) dodgy sets and terrible plots, but i still enjoyed watching them, not sure if they are worth the the £14.99 price tag but they are still worth owning..

 BBC and Politics

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The last comment "Dated and flawed" is a little unfair I feel.
The reason the Doctor is called Doctor Who and is a Human is the same reason as the Tardis being a group of stand up computers and has cloth walls, at the time, Doctor Who was running on the BBC and the corporation had a vested interested in keeping it's products. So it was agreed with the BBC that these changes were input into the film. As for the 1960's cars. How often have you seen clothes and styles make a come back? Time for an open mind perhaps. For the money, it is well worth buying!!!

 EXTERMINATE!!!!!!!!

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Woohoo........£4.99 for this classic box set of 2 great movies.
Dis-engage your brain and soak in the hammy acting and the ludicrous fashion of the 60's/future styles!!!!!!
Agreed it is unmistakably 60's but it adds to the appeal.
Seeing a very young Roy Castle and Bernard Cribbins battling alongside Peter Cushing is worth the price alone.

The sets are pretty cool as are the memorable burbly fx from the Daleks ship etc.
Really cool value for not only a Dr Who fan but any sci-fi fan too as these romps are very entertaining.

Highly recommended viewing......................"exterminate!!!!!!"

 A bit dated and flawed

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I edited this review due to some of the comments..... wanted to clarify them a little. I am afraid I cannot be as glowing on my reviews as the others, for me there are just too many flaws for me. Firstly the doctor is called Doctor Who..... seems strange to me, and he is a human who invented the TARDIS (also without classic TARDIS noise). I grew up with the Doctor just knowing him as such, apologies to FunkyG but Tom Baker was my first Doctor. Other floors are the strings on the spaceships, strange as the rest of the effects are a big improvement on the TV series. In 2150 they still seem to have been driving 1960's cars for some reason. I found the first movie just too Hammy.... especially Roy Castle providing the comedy slapstick, just my opinion as there are plenty of 60's movies I like. The second movie wasn't bad at all. On the upside, Cushing would have been a great doctor and good to see an early Dr Who appearance from Bernard Cribbins. Not bad for £5. Maybe I am being too harsh comparing them to more recent Doctors... don't mean to offend anyone.

 Not bad for the price

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OK FunkyG... firstly I think your critiscm of Barnie's review was harsh.... surely a review is personal comment? From my point of view, I have been watching Dr Who since the 80's and I has the same opinion that he was just the Doctor and from Gallifrey. On the movies, I personally think the first was very poor, even by 1960's standards, and if it wasn't for the Dalek's it would consigned to the waste disposal years ago. Saying that, the second movie was not too bad. I have to agree a bit with the 60's cars, could have made a bit of an effort to make them a bit futuristic, considering by Dr Who's standards the rest of the effects weren't too bad. Real score is 3.5.... 3 for the first movie and 4 for the second, seen as you cant do that felt generous and give it 4 stars as it's so cheap!

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ActorsPeter Cushing, Roy Castle, Jennie Linden, Roberta Tovey, Bernard Cribbins, Ray Brooks & Jill Curzon
DirectorGordon Flemyng
CertificateUniversal Suitable for All
Year1965 ; 1966
LanguagesEnglish
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.