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The Doctor and his companions are lost in time. Expecting to be reunited with the TARDIS following a secret mission for the Time Lords, they instead find themselves on a plague-stricken space station orbiting the remnants of Voga, Planet of Gold. The Doctor, Harry and Sarah Jane have stumbled into the last battle of an ancient conflict between humankind and one of its most terrifying foes--the Cybermen.

Special Features

Audio commentary by producer Philip Hinchcliffe and actors Elisabeth Slade (Sarah Jane Smith) and David Collings (Vorus)
Checks, Lies and Videotape: New documentary on fan collecting in the days before official Doctor Who videos and DVDs
The Tin Man and the Witch: Making of
Location report: archive interview with Tom Baker at Wookey Hole
Photo gallery
PDF materials: Radio Times listings
Production notes subtitle option

Product Details

  • Actors: Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter
  • Directors: Michael E Briant
  • Writers: Gerry Davis
  • Producers: Philip Hinchcliffe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001Q9ECM6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,820 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on April 16, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
It's been seven years after the 1968 story The Invasion that the Cybermen put in a full appearance, apart from a cameo in The Mind Of Evil and Carnival Of Monsters. As the Cybermen were overused in the Troughton era, coming out in four stories in three years, perhaps a long absence was necessary. But guess what? It would be another seven years until Earthshock in the Peter Davison era.
The adventure starts aboard the space station from The Ark In Space, where the TARDIS crew are waiting for their wayward time machine. The Doctor opens a door and a body leaning on the other side falls toward him. But in a sterile atmosphere, with "no sign of injury" and "nothing to indicate a cause of death," what could have happened? The Doctor, Harry, and Sarah have to tiptoe through a trail of bodies sprawled along the corridor. Captured by Commander Stevenson and his second-in-command Lester, they learn that a plague is responsible. With the discovery of a Cybermat, the Doctor realizes who's behind the deaths of 47 crewmen.
Key to this is Voga, the legendary planet of gold instrumental in wiping out the Cybermen in the Cyber Wars centuries ago. Two factions, the long-haired Councillors wearing tatty fishnet robes, and the Guardians, with clipped shorter hair and wearing black vests with gold pinstripes, are at odds with each other, although the cautious but kindly Councillor Tyrum is clearly the wiser as opposed to the audacious and ruthless Guardian leader Vorus.
A Cyberleader makes his first appearance here and this is one of the most curious ones ever. He has an obvious non-British accent and speaks of Voga in a hateful tone. How can creatures of logic use words like "unhappily," and "it is good"? Even the Doctor says, "For a moment, I thought he was going to smile.
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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. G Watson VINE VOICE on July 9, 2003
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Okay, I admit I gave this episode four stars just to catch your eye. I'm that kind of deceitful, attention-grasping loser. But now that you're here, I'll be honest and say that I do indeed consider this an episode scorned by vengeful fans, who hate it for all the wrong reasons. I would give it a solid three and a half stars, or better.
"Cybermen" is Tom Baker's only tangle with this staple villain of the Dr. Who series; the clanking, droning, mechanical men bent on...gasp!...conquest of the universe (why do machines always want to conquer the universe?) He twice battled both the Daleks and the Sontarans, and crossed swords with the Master at least three or four times, but for the tin men, this his is his sole contribution. Apparently, fans of previous doctors found the Cybermen as they are portrayed in this episode to be extremely lame and toothless, and felt a good villain had been wronged with a weak portrayal. I have admittedly little interest in the other doctors, being a Baker freak, so I can't really say, though I admit the more mobile (and combustible!) versions I saw in "The Five Doctors were more threatening.
"Revenge" is an underrated episode for several reasons. First off, it makes excellent use of the underground caves in which it was primarily shot; given the show's modest (meaning pathetic) budget, Dr. Who episodes were generally stronger when shot on location than when they were entirely confined to sets. The costume design is very good, the script clever and full of double-crosses, the villains suitably evil (excluding the admittedly boring Cyberleader), and the plot imaginative and well-developed. I also thought the regular cast (the Doc, Harry & Sarah) and the guest starts worked very well together.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Phil Benfield on November 11, 2010
Format: DVD
Here are the DVD Features for The Revenge of the Cybermen. With the release of this story, the whole of Tom Baker's debut season is now available on North American DVD.

DVD FEATURES:

- All 4 episodes of the story, digitally remastered and restored.

- Graphical menus, episode and scene selection features, and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

- Optional commentary track by actors Elisabeth Sladen and David Collings(Vorus), producer Philip Hinchcliffe and production designer

Roger Murray-Leach.

- Information Text subtitles option. Displays pop-up production trivia throughout the story.

- "The Tin Men and The Witch" A new 25-minute featurette about the making of the story featuring interviews with producers Philip Hinchcliffe and Barry Letts and director Michael E. Briant.

- Location Report. A 6-minute segment from a contemporary news magazine program that interviewed Tom Baker during the location shooting in the caves for this story, before he'd debuted to the British public. This interview was also seen on the DVD of The Ark in Space.

- "Cheques, Lies, and Videotape" A 28-minute featurette about the Doctor Who "black market" of videotape trading during the 1980s in Britain when repeat showings of older episodes were few and far between.

- Photo Gallery. 5 minutes of still photos taken during the making of the story.

- Coming Soon Trailer. A 40-second trailer for the forthcoming release of Time and the Rani.

- PDF Materials. Place this disc into your computer and you'll have access to PDF files containing the original 1975 Radio Times TV listings for this story.

- 1 Easter Egg.
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This is one I've been waiting a long time for.
Really? I wouldn't say that this was a bad episode, but I felt it kind of boring. Of course the 'Silver Nemesis' was an example of a worse Cybermen episode, but this pales in comparison to greatness of 'Tomb of the Cybermen', 'The Invasion', and 'Earthshock'. Actually, I am a little upset that... Read More
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