Monday, August 10, 2009

The Black Guardian Trilogy Box Set Released

Today has seen the official DVD box set release of The Black Guardian from regular Doctor Who DVD manufacturers 2lentertain around the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Black Guardian Trilogy box set comprises of Mawdryn Undead, Terminus plus Enlightenment which all feature the Fifth Doctor, portrayed by Peter Davison, with companions Tegan, Nyssa and Turlough encounter the Black Guardian.

The first part of the Black Guardian Trilogy, Mawdryn Undead, was written by Peter Grimwade and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor alongside companions Nyssa and Tegan. DVD features for Mawdryn Undead include: Commentary, Who Wants to Live Forever?, Liberty Hall, Deleted and Extended Scenes, Film Trims, Out-takes, CGI Effects, Continuity, Photo Gallery, Set Photo Gallery, Isolated Score, Coming Soon, Programme Subtitles and Subtitle Production Notes.

The second part of the Black Guardian Trilogy, Terminus, was written by Stephen Gallagher and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor alongside companions Tegan, Turlough plus Nyssa. DVD features for Terminus include: Commentary, Breaking Point, Origins of the Universe, Original Storyboards, Unused Model Shots, CGI Effects, Photo Gallery, Isolated Score, Coming Soon, Programme Subtitles and Subtitle Production Notes.

The third part of the Black Guardian Trilogy, Enlightenment, was written by Barbara Clegg and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor alongside companions Tegan and Turlough. DVD features for Enlightenment include: Commentary, Winner Takes All, Casting Off!, Single Write Female, The Story of the Guardians, Storyboards, Photo Gallery, Isolated Score, Coming Soon, Programme Subtitles and Subtitle Production Notes.

The Black Guardian Trilogy DVD box set is currently available for the price of £39.99 around the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Sixth Doctor’s, portrayed by Colin Baker, debut story, The Twin Dilemma written by Anthony Steven, will be the next Doctor Who DVD to be released, on the Seventh of September, around the United Kingdom and Ireland by 2lentertain.

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