Into the Unknown: The Making of 'Underworld' (2010)

For the special features of the official DVD release of the story, cast and crew look back at the making of Doctor Who: Underworld: Part One (1978).

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Ed Stradling
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Richard Heffer ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Anthony Read Anthony Read ... Himself
Bob Baker Bob Baker ... Himself
Dave Martin Dave Martin ... Himself
Dick Coles Dick Coles ... Himself
A.J. Mitchell A.J. Mitchell ... Himself (as AJ 'Mitch' Mitchell)
Graham Williams Graham Williams ... Himself (archive footage)
Norman Stewart Norman Stewart ... Himself (archive footage)
Norman Tipton Norman Tipton ... Himself
Jonathan Newth ... Himself
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Into the Unknown is a retrospective documentary which goes into great technical detail about the making of Doctor Who: Underworld: Part One (1978), one of the most ambitious productions of the "classic" run of the series and one of the very first television dramas made in the UK to use extensive chroma key in place of real sets. Written by Anonymous

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 March 2010 (UK) See more »

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Very interesting
24 July 2010 | by Tractator29See all my reviews

A decent effort this, a really interesting look at the making of one of the lesser regarded stories "Underworld". A story with a good first episode which degenerates rapidly.

The documentary looks at the budgetary and production issues surrounding the story presenting them in a way that is interesting and engaging without dumbing them down.

At the time the BBC was, like the country, suffering from rampant inflation and budgetary issues. Whereas previous seasons had been allowed to go over budget that was not allowed by the time Season 15 was in production.

All in all a good effort.


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