Post by Jaspal Cheema on Sept 5, 2022 21:33:35 GMT
If anyone is interested the disc contents are as listed:
The Abominable Snowmen: Restored version of Episode Two, with the following optional audio commentaries:
Moderated by Toby Hadoke and featuring actor Frazer Hines (Jamie) and film camera assistant John Walker
Moderated by Gary Russell and featuring actor Deborah Watling (Victoria) from 2004 The Abominable Snowmen: Animated reconstructions in black and white with the
Audio Commentary: Moderated by Toby Hadoke and featuring:
Episode 1-Production assistant Judy Shears
Episode 2&6-Animation producer and director Gary Russell
Episode 3-Cameraman Bernard Newnham
Episode 4- Actor Frazer Hines (Jamie) and film camera assistant John Walker
Episode 5 - Special sound designer Brian Hodgson and make-up designer Sylvia James
8mm Home Movie Footage: Location work during September 1967 as captured by actor Frazer Hines (Jamie) and director Gerald Blake
The Abominable Snowmen Episode Four: Existing material featured in Late Night Line-Up broadcast on 25th November 1967.
31 Who: 31 West host Shyama Perera and former Doctor Who producer John Nathan-Turner interview writer Mervyn Haisman about the Yeti serials for the BSB programme 31 Who recorded on 8th September 1990 for transmission on 23rd September 1990.
The Abominable Snowmen: Animated reconstructions in colour with the same optional audio commentary as Disc.1.
The Abominable Snowmen: Restored version of Episode Two, with reconstruction of the other episodes from off-screen Tele-snaps and soundtrack recordings. This has by Frazer Hines originally recorded for BBC Worldwide and released in July 2001. optional narration
Troughton in Tibet: Making The Abominable Snowmen; Actor Frazer Hines (Jamie) and Toby Hadoke present of the production of the serial from make-up supervisor Sylvia James, film camera assistant John Walker, actors John Hogan (Yeti) and Ray Llewellyn (Sapan) floor assistant Bernard Doe, location visitor Alison Pagent and Giles Watling (son of Jack Watling 1990), actor Deborah Watling (Victoria; recorded in 2011), actor Jack Watling (Travers, recorded in 1995), actor David Spenser (Thonml; recorded in 1987) and production assistant Judy Shears (recorded in 2006).
Photo Gallery: Images from the BBC Photo Library accompanied by sound effects and music for
the serial by Brian Hodgson.
Teaser Trailer. The trailer for the animated version of the adventure as released on 23rd November 2021, the series' 58th anniversary.
Scripts: A full set of camera scripts and 'Radio Times' cuttings for The Abominable Snowmen in
PDF format accessible via a computer DVD or Blu-Ray ROM drive.
Thanks for the concise listing Joseph!Always good to have the complicated lists of extras sorted.