David Tennant steps into the role of the Doctor for the second series of Doctor Who. Following the phenomenal success of the first series that took British television by storm in 2005 the second instalment is full of new thrills new laughs new heartbreak and some terrifying new monsters. The Doctor and Rose meet Queen Victoria an evil race of Cat Women and the dreaded Cybermen. Featured Episodes: 1. Tooth And Claw 2. School Reunion 3. The Girl In The Fireplace
This dvd includes 2 of the best episodes of the whole series. Tooth and Claw sees The Doctor and Rose fighting a werewolf and protecting Queen Victoria (played by Pauline Collins). Rose has a bet with her companion that she can get Her Majesty to say "We are not amused", which lends an amusing respite from the actually quite scary scenes.
The other corker on the dvd is The Girl In The Fireplace. Another scary one, which makes my kids jump every time the Doctor finds a ticking monster undrer a child's bed - the stuff of all childhood terrors. In this episode, the Doctor, finds and loses love with Madame de Pompadour: the French King's mistress. Frightening scenes mixed with quet emotin make this me favourite episode of the series.
Also features School Reunion, where Antony Head (from Buffy and Little Britain) plays a bat-like creature, masquerading as a head-tacher, who eats his pupils.
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Second volume of episodes from the second series of the relaunched sci-fi classic, starring David Tennant as the legendary Time Lord and Billie Piper as his human sidekick, Rose Tyler. In 'Tooth and Claw', the Doctor and Rose find themselves in the Scottish Highlands, where they have to protect Queen Victoria (Pauline Collins) from a band of warrior monks and a deadly alien werewolf. In 'School Reunion', the Doctor, Rose and Mickey (Noel Clarke) are investigating a strange suburban school and its creepy new headmaster Mr Finch (Anthony Stewart Head), when the Doctor meets an old friend - former companion Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) and K-9 the robot dog. Finally, in 'The Girl in the Fireplace', a deserted spaceship in the 51st century contains a series of time windows that are carefully arranged along the stages of 18th century French courtesan Madame de Pompadour's life (played by Sophia Myles). As the Doctor tries to save her from killer clockwork robots, he finds himself gradually falling in love with her - with tragic results.