Lost Episodes: Doctor Who: The Web of FearClosed Captioning
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Recovered missing episodes of Doctor Who, the world’s longest running sci-fi drama are being revealed and available to view and own for the first time in over 40 years, Ten Doctor Who episodes were discovered through the tracking records of shipments made by the BBC to Africa that contained tapes for transmission. A restoration teams has re-mastered episodes 1,2 ,4, 5 & 6 from the original black and white 1960s film and subsequently gone through a frame by frame restoration to the fantastic quality that audiences expect from Doctor Who. Episode 3 has been reconstructed using stills and audio. This is the 1968 story, The Web of Fear, and, as the original episode three remains missing, part of this story has been reconstructed using stills with the original audio. Starring Patrick Troughton alongside Frazer Hines and Deborah Watling the story introduces Nicholas Courtney for the first time as Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart (who later returns as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart). The TARDIS narrowly avoids becoming engulfed in a cobwebby substance in space. It arrives in the London Underground railway system, the tunnels of which are being overrun by the web and by the Great Intelligence's robot Yeti. The time travellers learn this crisis was precipitated when Professor Travers accidentally caused one of the Yeti to be reactivated, opening the way for the Intelligence to invade again. The travellers work alongside army forces as they battle the alien menace, hampered by one of their number who has fallen under the Intelligence's influence and is a traitor in their midst. The Intelligence's goal is to drain the Second Doctor's mind. The Doctor sabotages the device with which it intends to achieve this, so he can drain the Intelligence's mind instead, but he is rescued by his friends before he can bring his plan to fruition. The Intelligence is repelled into space and the Doctor and his friends leave the army to clear up the mess.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||The earliest available appearance of Patrick Troughton as the Doctor||24:56||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||The Doctor discovers that an army of futuristic Yeti robots has been unleashed in the London subway||24:36||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||An army of Yeti robots runs amok in the London subway system, controlled by the alien Great||24:13||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||Col. Lethbridge-Stuart of the British Army leads a counterassault against the Yeti robots, which||24:54||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5||The Great Intelligence continues to deploy his army of Yeti robots to take over London, and then the||24:22||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6||In the conclusion of this six-part story, Col. Lethbridge-Stuart has successfully driven back the||24:43||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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I've been a Doctor Who fan since 1979, Genesis of the Daleks was my first episode that I saw and I was hooked. I've seen every episode and read every book. The Web of Fear was one of my favorites. I wrote a book report on in the 4th grade (aced too). Now to actually see this classic is awesome. I will be purchasing The Enemy of the World next.
I have to admit, even though I'm extremely familiar with this episode, I was still frightened by some of the Yeti scenes. This story is a great story overall, with an amazing set, amazing actors, and the first appearance of the popular character, the Brigadier (who is, in this episode, the Colonel).