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Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen

Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen

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Aided by his two assistants Jamie and Victoria, the Doctor lands the TARDIS on Telos, last resting place of the infamous Cybermen. There he discovers a band of archaeologists on a secret expedition to unearth the reason for his old enemies' extinction. In the underground shadowy depths, they find the icy tomb. A whole army in hibernation. A threat to no one, if the temperature remains low. But if the traitor in their midst gets his way, things could really heat up. Originally broadcast in 1967 and then lost, this unique four part adventure starring Patrick Troughton - the Doctor's 2nd incarnation - was only recently discovered. It is now available for the first time on this special BBC Video which includes an exclusive interview with director Morris Barry.

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    Title: Doctor Who: Tomb of the Cybermen
    Genre: British-Sci-Fi, Television
    Starring: Roy Stewart, Patrick Troughton, George Pastell, Clive Merrison, Cyril Shaps, Aubrey Richards, Frazer Hines, Bernard Holley, Alan Johns, Deborah Watling
    Director: Morris Barry
    Attributes: Full Frame, Special Edition, Dolby, AC-3
    Release Date: 3/13/2012
    Original Year: 1967
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000182031
    UPC: 883929173686
    Item #: BBC917368

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 3/13/2012
    Closed Caption: Yes
    Run Time: 101 minutes
    Studio: BBC Warner