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Serial Thrillers

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Serial Thrillers
Subject: Philip Hinchcliffe's tenure as Doctor Who producer.
Original to the DVD: Pyramids of Mars
Original release date: 1 March 2004
Runtime: 41'57"
Key crew
Interviewers: Damian Shanahan, Roger Legree
Interviewees: Philip Hinchcliffe, David Maloney, Robert Banks Stewart, Jim Sangster, Roger Murray-Leach (archive footage), Gareth Roberts, Andrew Beech, Alan Barnes, Elisabeth Sladen, Christine Ruscoe, Mary Whitehouse (archive footage)
Director: Ed Stradling
Producer: Ed Stradling
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Serial Thrillers was a retrospective documentary looking at Philip Hinchcliffe's three year tenure as Doctor Who producer.

Publisher's summary Edit

Pyramids of Mars is considered one of the many classic Doctor Who stories made in the three years Philip Hinchcliffe was in charge of the programme. This documentary looks at the Hinchcliffe era and attempts to discover what made this one of the most successful and popular periods in Doctor Who's history. Featuring contributions from actress Elisabeth Sladen, director David Maloney, writer Robert Banks Stewart, designers Christine Ruscoe and Roger Murray-Leach, as well as Hinchcliffe himself.

Main subject Edit

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Additional topics covered Edit

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People interviewed Edit

In order of credited appearance.

Home video releases Edit

It was included in the 2004 DVD release of Pyramids of Mars.

Footnotes Edit

  1. Taken from Roger Murray-Leach Interview published in 2002 on the The Ark in Space DVD release.
  2. Taken from 30 Years in the TARDIS documentary first screened in 1993.

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