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Entertainment Doctor Who lost serial 'The Faceless Ones' on sale now

03:30  27 october  2020
03:30  27 october  2020 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Doctor Who 's ' lost ' animated story ' The Faceless Ones ' gets confirmed release date. The story, the eighth serial in Doctor Who 's original fourth season, pits the second Doctor against a race of identity-stealing aliens known as the Chameleons, with only two of the original live-action episodes surviving.

When Spencer attempts to kill them, the Doctor , Jamie and Sam become convinced Chameleon Tours are hiding something and Sam decides to book a ticket on one of their flights. Share this Rating. Title: Doctor Who : The Faceless Ones (2020).

Patrick Troughton driving a car engine: Amazon UK has the Doctor Who lost serial 'The Faceless Ones' on sale now. © BBC Amazon UK has the Doctor Who lost serial 'The Faceless Ones' on sale now.

Doctor Who fans now have a chance to relive one of The Doctor's adventures long assumed to be lost to the sands of time.

Earlier this year, the BBC released a special-edition Blu-ray version of Patrick Troughton / Second Doctor serial 'The Faceless Ones', a casualty of an old BBC policy that junked many classic episodes in the decades before video tape was used.

The BBC has recreated the missing episodes with production stills as a guide for new animation. And for a limited time, you can save 28% on the Blu-ray set!

By clicking here, 'The Faceless Ones' is available at £21.99, down from the usual list price of £30.74. This set is packed with special features, in addition to the original and animated episodes.

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The Faceless Ones was the eighth and penultimate serial of season 4 of Doctor Who . It saw the final regular appearances of Michael Craze as Ben Jackson and Anneke Wills as Polly Wright. Additionally, the original rendition of Delia Derbyshire's opening theme for the series was replaced with a new

Screenshots from "The Feast of Steven", the only episode of Doctor Who believed to be permanently missing. Status: Partially Lost . The appropriately dubbed Doctor Who Missing Episodes' are a collection of 147 episodes of the British sci-fi television series that were wiped/junked by the BBC

a close up of a sign: Doctor Who - The Faceless Ones [Blu-ray] [2020] © BBC Doctor Who - The Faceless Ones [Blu-ray] [2020]

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There are audio commentaries on the original and animated episodes, as well as a Making Of featurette on the animation as well as an alternate reconstruction of the missing episodes using telesnaps.

If you're keen on these reconstructions of lost episodes, the BBC has also put out special edition sets from 'The Power of the Daleks' and 'The Macra Terror', also from the 1960s.

Unfortunately, Doctor Who reconstructions producer Charles Norton has admitted that it might not be feasible to animate 'The Crusade' and other '60s stories where too much original filmed content is missing.

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones artwork © BBC Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones artwork

"In the '60s, particularly the Hartnell era, they used to do historical epics and they were great because the BBC had the resources to do that... you'd have hordes of extras and ornate costumes from the massive BBC costume store," he noted.

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When Spencer attempts to kill them, the Doctor , Jamie and Sam become convinced Chameleon Tours are hiding something and Sam decides to The Doctor and Pinto are captured by the Chameleons but the Doctor manages to use their dependence on their human originals to create dissent in their ranks.

The Faceless Ones is an episode of Doctor Who . It has been released in various forms of media. CD. The Faceless Ones (2002). The Faceless Ones (2019). The Lost TV Episodes - Collection Four: 1967. DVD. Lost In Time. Lost In Time: The Patrick Troughton Years. Novelisation. VHS.

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