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Chief among the wealth of extras on the Mark of the Rani DVD is a commentary track featuring a typically charming Baker and Bryant, who are joined by O'Mara; Baker, in particular, shines here by giving a considerable amount of production information along with personal reminiscences. "Lords and Luddites" is a 43-minute featurette about the serial's conception and production (narrated by UK television personality Louise Brady) that's chock full of interviews with the cast and crew, including the Bakers and composer Jonathan Gibbs (who is also profiled in a short interview piece), who replaced John Lewis, who died during production (both composers' soundtracks are offered in isolated music tracks). A battery of deleted and extended scenes, a return jaunt to the production locations, related clips from the children's TV programs Blue Peter and Saturday Superstore, and the by-now standard photo gallery, text-only information track, and PDF files for the Doctor Who Annual and Radio Times listings round out the supplements. --Paul Gaita
As for this story, Its a great period peice. the costuming is fantastic.
He may be a little arrogant at times, but you see how he really wants to help, especially when he put himself at risk by going undercover.
In this case that's a plus, though, maximizing the incredibly authentic and historically accurate location shots to great advantage.
Cannot find this version in region 1 at a reasonable price. Never seen this episode before, great episode, a must seePublished 4 months ago by Gerald H. Kemp
Ok Backer Doctor Who episode which tells of the story of various unival evil charaters and the role the Doctor played.Published 5 months ago by Edward Kirven
DVD cost $38.00, there were only two episodes at 26 minutes each, less than an hour for this purchas. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This story will assist me in completing the collection of episodes of Dr. Who that I had started back in the 1980'sPublished 5 months ago by Richard Lotter
Sigh... Maybe if it was a different writer... or only one episode long... maybe 'The Mark of the Rani' could have succeeded. This story is one with a lot of mixed opinions on it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott Nossek
I became a Doctor Who fan because of the new series with David Tennant. After I blew through all the episode's on netflix I began to research Who's history. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JAOF
Colin Baker, you were given a raw deal. Your Doctor is superior in every way to Peter Davison and Sylvester McCoy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jeffrey M Smith
I believe The Doctor, The Master, and The Rani are all time lords. I like the interior design of The Rani tardis. The Masters Tardis don't look that great. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Benjamin Cucueco
Again I buy a DVD of the Sixth Doctor, & again I'm surprised how underrated I find him to be. This is even better Vengeance On Varos. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Patrick Correa
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"The Mark Of The Rani," along with the rest of season 22, was made and broadcast as two double length episodes instead of the usual four. An international four part version was later made by adding new cliffhangers half way through each episode, but the new cliffhangers were usually... Read More
Feb 9, 2011 by Mr. C. P. Taylor | See all 2 posts