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Doctor Who - Classic Announcements for 'The Daemons' and 'Carnival Of Monsters: Special Edition'

April 10th release date for these two stories featuring the 3rd Doctor and Jo Grant

Posted by David Lambert
The BBC has announced a pair of classic DVD releases from the early '70s, starring Jon Pertwee as the 3rd Doctor. One's new-to-DVD, and one's a "rerun" of a title released back in 2003! On April 10th you'll get 1971's Doctor Who - Story #059: The Daemons, and 1973's Doctor Who - Story #066: Carnival Of Monsters: Special Edition. Both of these include Katy Manning as companion Jo Grant, and the Daemons also features Roger Delgado as The Master and Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. As usual, these DVDs are digitally remastered in both picture and sound. Package art for both can be seen at the bottom. A finalized list of bonus material hasn't been provided by the studio yet, but here is all the available information we have for each title at this time:

  • Doctor Who - Story #059: The Daemons (Jon Pertwee as the 3rd Doctor)
      2 discs, 122 minutes, 5 episodes, full frame video, English mono audio, English subtitles, $34.98 SRP

        In the peaceful village of Devil's End something very strange is happening. A professor is preparing to open a nearby burial mound, and a local white witch foresees death and disaster. Meanwhile, the new vicar looks suspiciously like the Master, and he is using black magic to conjure up an ancient Daemon. Can the Doctor, Jo and UNIT stop their old enemy before he succeeds?
      • Audio Commentary Tracks
      • The Devil Rides Out (Making-Of Featurette)
      • Episode 1 Colorization Test
      • Tomorrow's World (TV program extract)
      • The BBC's Doctor Who: On Location - Aldbourne
      • Remembering Barry Letts Featurette
      • Photo Gallery
      • Trailers
      • DVD-ROM Material

  • Doctor Who - Story #066: Carnival Of Monsters: Special Edition (Jon Pertwee as the 3rd Doctor)
      2 discs, 98 minutes, 4 episodes, full frame video, English mono audio, English subtitles, $34.98 SRP

        Freed from his exile on Earth, the Doctor takes Jo on a test flight in the TARDIS, landing aboard SS Bernice, a cargo ship crossing the Indian Ocean in 1926. As events take a dangerous and unexpected twist, it seems that their fate lies in the hands of a traveling showman named Vorg and his assistant Shirna, who have just arrived on the distant planet of Inter Minor with an amazing intergalactic peepshow called the Miniscope.
      • Original Audio Commentary Tracks from Previous DVD
      • New Audio Commentary Tracks
      • Extended/Deleted/Alternate Scenes, including Alternate Endings: Episode 4
      • Featurettes: Behind-the-Scenes, Model Sequences, Archival Featurette by Barry Letts on CSO (blue screen)
      • Production Notes
      • TARDIS-Cam sequence #2
      • Trailer: "The Five Faces of Doctor Who"
      • DVD-ROM Material
      • Photo Gallery
      • "Destroy All Monsters!" Featurette
      • "On Target" Ian Marter Featurette
      • "The A to Z of Gadgets & Gizmos" Featurette
      • "Mary Celeste and Other Maritime Mysteries" Featurette
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