- You may be looking for The Pat Troughton Years.
The Troughton Years was a video containing rare episodes from Patrick Troughton's time as the Doctor. Presented by Jon Pertwee, and partially filmed at the Lime Grove Studios, it was released on home video by BBC Video in 1991 and contained the following full episodes:
- The Abominable Snowmen episode two
- The Enemy of the World episode three
- The Space Pirates episode two
Further notes Edit
- This was the second of a series of videos produced by John Nathan-Turner intended to release rare episodes and incomplete serials, as well as interviews and other extras that wouldn't have seen a video release at the time.
- The arrangement of the Doctor Who theme used for this and succeeding Years releases was originally arranged by Keff McCulloch for the 1989 album Doctor Who - Variations on a Theme.
- The video was classified "G" in Australia. It was released in 1992 in America (CBS/FOX Video) and on 04/03/1992 in Australia (Polygram).
- Presented by - Jon Pertwee
- Doctor Who theme composed by - Ron Grainer
- Theme arranged & performed by - Keff McCulloch
- Cameraman - Alan Jessop
- Post Production - ACE Editing
- Sound - Brian Strugnell
- Lighting - Ian Dow
- Written & Produced by - John Nathan-Turner
- ↑ The episode includes a brief edit during the scene where the Doctor starts to examine the captive Yeti in the Meeting Room. This was due to a fault on the episode which resulted in a brief loss of sound during the Doctor's line "You were right about one thing, Victoria. This creature certainly doesn't seem to be flesh and blood." The sound loss occurred towards the end of the previous scene, showing the inactive control sphere at the foot of the Buddha in the courtyard: the monks' chanting cut out and the first few moments of the Doctor's examination of the Yeti were also silent, before the sound returned with "...toria". The silent section was edited out for the video release, losing the end of the courtyard scene, and coming in on the Doctor's next line. The sound loss is present on existing audio recordings, indicating the episode was broadcast with the fault intact. This silent section was repaired for the CD soundtrack and DVD releases of the episode.
- ↑ This was at the time the only episode of the story known to exist.