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Doctor Who - Here's the Heads-up on the Sept. DVDs

Posted by David Lambert
4/25/2004
 
The fine folks at Outpost Gallifrey have another update on Doctor Who DVD releases for Region 1. Here's the text of it:
    Outpost Gallifrey has learned, from BBC America's online shop, that the next two DVD releases -- after the forthcoming June releases of "The Curse of Fenric" and "The Two Doctors -- will be the Peter Davison serial Earthshock and the Tom Baker serial Pyramids of Mars, both due out the first Tuesday of September. Official confirmation of these is expected shortly. Meanwhile, BBC America Shop has also reported that they have tentatively slated two special releases in for late in the year: The Missing Adventures: The William Hartnell Years and The Missing Adventures: The Patrick Troughton Years, two DVD releases that we expect have some sort of connection to the rumored DVD box set likely being released late in the year in the UK by BBC Video. We'll keep you posted with more details, and cover illustrations for "Pyramids" and "Earthshock," when we receive them.

Our thanks once more to Shaun Lyon at Outpost Gallifrey for being so awesome at getting info on future Who DVD plans. Also, our thanks once more to reader Rich Kirkpatrick and Lee Hubbard for the heads-up on the Outpost's update. Stay tuned, and we'll have more for you about these when the information comes across from distributor Warner Home Video.

By-the-way, every Doctor Who fan knows that the BBC has announced a new Who, right? Christopher Eccleston is his name. The casting for his new companion, Rose Tyler, is still to be decided. But it's exciting to know that new episodes are finally coming!!

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