When a damaged spaceship containing beautiful humanoid creatures called Axons lands on Earth, the Doctor, Jo and UNIT are sent to investigate. In return for their help, the Axons offer the gift of Axonite, which would end world famine.
It all appears too good to be true so what secrets are the Axons hiding on board their ship? And why is the Doctors old enemy the Master involved?
Commentary with actors Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Richard Franklin (Captain Yates) and producer Barry Letts. Axon Stations! Cast and crew look back at the making of the story. Now & Then A look at the locations used in The Claws of Axos, contrasting how they appeared in 1971 with how they are now. Narrated by Katy Manning. Directing Who Director Michael Ferguson recalls his work on The Claws of Axos. Studio Recording The entirety of the earliest surviving Doctor Who studio recording complete with studio chatter, recording breaks and VT run-ups. Living with Levene Toby Hadoke spends a weekend with actor John Levene Deleted and Extended Scenes Radio Times Listings (DVD-ROM) Programme Subtitles Production Information Subtitles Photo Gallery Coming Soon Trailer Digitally Remastered Picture And Sound Quality
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“Stunning restoration of a great Jon Pertwee story by the Restoration Team.Excellent extras - especially 'Living with Levene' (Sgt Benson).”
From: Chris Longhurst
“I purchased this Special Edition release today and I am thrilled to bits with it. The brand new special features on disc two are absolutely Brilliant and really do the story justice and give it the full credit it has always deserved. The documentary, Axon Stations, is superb and it is always good to see cast members and the director giving an insight into a programme that continues to be loved to this day. I also loved the, Living With Levene, feature which gives a really nice insight into the actor who played sergeant benton. An essential purchase.”
From: Ian Howick