[United States] : Burbank, Calif. : British Broadcasting Corp. ; Warner Home Video, Inc., 2010
6 videodiscs (585 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
1419889761, 9781419889769, Language:
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DVD release of episodes originally broadcast on television in 2010
Special features: additional scenes ; monster files ; 3-part video diary ; Doctor Who confidential ; commentaries ; out-takes ; teasers and trailers
Matt Smith, Karen Gillan
After his explosive regeneration, the Eleventh Doctor awakes to discover his TARDIS is about to crash. After falling from the sky, he pulls himself out of the wreckage to come face-to-face with young Amy Pond. The Doctor promises to take Amy to the stars. But first they must divert an alien plot that could destroy the Earth. The Doctor makes good his promise, and Amy boards the regenerated TARDIS, ready to take to the stars on a series of wild adventures that will change her life
DVD ; widescreen (16:9; enhanced) presentation ; Dolby digital stereo
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
The eleventh hour -- The beast below -- Victory of the Daleks -- The time of angels -- Flesh and stone -- The vampires of Venice -- Amy's choice -- The hungry earth -- Cold blood -- Vincent and The Doctor -- The lodger -- The pandorica opens -- The big bang [Disc1]. [Disc2]. [Disc3]. [Disc4]. [Disc5].
Related Searches: Doctor Who (Fictitious character) -- DramaExtraterrestrial beings -- DramaInterplanetary voyages -- DramaScience fiction television programsVideo recordings for the hearing impairedDVDAdded--20101115 advd
Additional Credits: Smith, Matt, 1982-Gillan, Karen, 1987-2 Entertain (Firm)British Broadcasting CorporationWarner Home Video (Firm)
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