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Doctor Who 106 Tom Baker The Creature From The Pit [DVD (PAL) TRBLE]

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Name:Doctor Who 106 Tom Baker The Creature From The Pit [DVD (PAL) TRBLE]

Total Size: 4.01 GB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Last Updated: 2015-09-05 22:05:04 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-23 06:09:13

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I'm uploading all of Doctor Who, in order. Since, roughly, the beginning of the Tom Baker era the torrents have been marked 'TRBLE' to help search them. As soon as someone else is seeding the current disc I do the next one.

If there is an official BBC DVD then that's what you get, if there isn't then it's my own DVD. These are sometimes taken from official BBC VHS releases, sometimes encoded from AVI's. From the Baker era onwards it's probably about 50:50. I always list the source, assuming I can remember what it was (most of these I made years ago). My menu's are fairly simple affairs, partly because it was the best I could do at the time, partly because I can't stand having to sit through 5 minutes of garbage to get to the main menu (as with the BBC releases!). When a previously uploaded VHS or AVI disc is released on DVD by the BBC I'll do an updated version. These will have an 'a' after the number (as in '027a - The War Machines). All of my discs are PAL.

When I started and wrote the original 'Read Me' file, I said that this was going to take a couple of years. I just looked back, and I started at 'An Unearthly Child' in June 2007. As we're now just over 18 months on and about halfway through Tom Baker, this was probably a bit optimistic! At the current rate, I should catch up with the modern era towards the end of 2010 (which should still be Matt Smith, but who knows?)

As you'll know if you've been downloading all of my discs, I never post comments. I do read them, so if you have anything constructive to say I'll take it on board. Pointless criticism is ignored - if you want customer service then there are many places you can buy these discs. I do make the odd mistake and will try to put them right when they occur - let's face it, however, it's costing you nowt so why moan? (There has been a very small minority of moaners over the last 100 or so discs)

This is encoded from AVI's.

I don't normally pass editorial comments on the DVD's I upload, but this was, in my opinion, the very lowest point of the Tom Baker era. Pitiful effects and godawful nonsensical technobabble, this story makes 'The Horns Of Nimon' (another terrible story) seem like Shakespeare. As both of those stories were in the same season, this season isn't exactly a highlight. Not until Sylvester McCoy's first season did the programme drop this low again. (Although some of Colin Baker's were pretty terrible!) Don't get me wrong, Sylvester McCoy's last season was among the very best, and Colin Baker got a bit of a short thrift in my opinion. I'll stress that again before I get attacked, this is MY OPINION. It doesn't stop me liking the programme, or Tom Baker being my favourite doctor.

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