Doctor Who: The Abominable Snowmen Limited Edition Steelbook
In the 17th century, an old Tibetan friend of the Doctor's reached out and touched the mind of an alien disembodied energy, giving it a conduit to Earth. 300 years later, the Doctor returns to the Himalayas to return the Holy Ganta, an ancient relic he was given many centuries ago by the grateful monks at Det-Sen Monastery.
On arriving however, the Doctor is treated as a villain – blamed for a series of brutal murders in the area. Jamie and Victoria meanwhile discover the true culprits – the previously peaceful Yeti that live in seclusion on the mountainside have apparently turned violent.
The Doctor must convince the monks that not only is he not their enemy, but the real foe – and the power controlling the Yeti – is living amongst them. Their ancient Master, Padmasambhava, is being controlled by an alien entity known only as the Great Intelligence.
Most of the original 1967 master recordings of the six-part adventure 'The Abominable Snowmen' were lost soon after the programme's original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all the episodes have survived and have been used here to create six brand new fully animated presentations of this lost classic, alongside the one surviving segment, Episode Two.
- Episodes 1-6 (Animated Black & White)
- Episodes 1-6 (Animated Colour)
- Restored Surviving Original Episode 2
- Photographic Reconstructions of Episodes 1, 3, 4, 5 & 6
- Making-of Documentary
- Audio Commentaries
- 8mm Home Movie Footage
- Archive interview withwriter Mervyn Haisman
- Photo Gallery
- Teaser Trailer
- PDF ROM Content
WRITTEN BY MERVYN HAISMAN AND HENRY LINCOLN
DIRECTED BY GARY RUSSELL AND CHLOE GRECH (2022 PRODUCTION)
DIRECTED BY GERALD BLAKE (1967 PRODUCTION)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS FOR BIG FINISH CREATIVE JASON HAIGH-ELLERY, MARK B. OLIVER AND GARY RUSSELL (2022 PRODUCTION)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR BBC STUDIOS RUSSELL MINTON (2022 PRODUCTION)
PRODUCED BY INNES LLOYD (1967 PRODUCTION) STARRING PATRICK TROUGHTON, DEBORAH WATLING, FRAZER HINES, JACK WATLING, NORMAN JONES, WOLFE MORRIS, CHARLES MORGAN AND DAVID SPENSER