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Among the actors who were invited to audition for the role of the Doctor but declined the opportunity were Christopher Eccleston  and Peter Capaldi.
Eccleston turned down the offer to audition for the TV Movie because at the time he felt he was not yet an established enough actor and did not want to be associated with a "brand name" so early in his career.
Of those actors who originally auditioned for the role of the Doctor, a number would go on to guest star in the series when it returned from The movie was filmed on 35mm film in Vancouver, British Columbia , the first time any Doctor Who story had been filmed in North America.
In the Doctor Who Confidential episode "Weird Science", and on the DVD commentary, Sylvester McCoy reveals that during the sequence where he locks the casket with his sonic screwdriver , he held the tool pointing the wrong way around although in the original series, it is seen being used both ways.
The sonic screwdriver was blurred in post-production to conceal the error. The opening pre-credits sequence went through a number of modifications, with several different voice-overs recorded.
At one stage the voice-over was to be made by the old Master, played by Gordon Tipple; in the end this was not used. Tipple is still credited as "The Old Master", though in the final edit his appearance is very brief, stationary, and mute.
Had the original pre-titles voice-over been used, it would have been unclear what incarnation of the Doctor Sylvester McCoy portrays in the movie as he is simply credited as "The Old Doctor".
Only the rewritten narration as read by Paul McGann makes his number of regenerations clear. The sequence of the TARDIS flying through the time vortex was briefly reused in the opening of Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death , as the Master observes Rowan Atkinson 's Doctor.
Instead of designing a new Doctor Who logo for this film, it was decided instead to use a modified version of the logo that was used for the Jon Pertwee era of the original series with the exception of the final season.
This logo, being the last logo used on an "official" Doctor Who broadcast before the revival, was, until , used by the BBC for most Doctor Who merchandise relating to the first eight Doctors.
In , efforts were made to make the show's merchandise more uniform, and so most items of merchandise began to use the logo designed for Jodie Whittaker's time as the Doctor, abandoning the "Movie" logo for the first time in 22 years.
John Debney was commissioned to write the score for this film, and intended to replace Ron Grainer 's original theme with a new composition.
Ultimately Debney did in fact use an arrangement of Grainer's music for the theme, although Grainer goes uncredited. There is some disagreement over exactly what the movie should be called.
The production documentation only referred to the project as Doctor Who [ citation needed ]. Segal suggested the unofficial title Enemy Within as an alternative at Manopticon 5, apparently after being repeatedly asked what the actual title for the movie was [ citation needed ].
Both DVD releases are labelled Doctor Who: The Movie. The VHS release contains both the name Doctor Who and the phrase, The Sensational Feature Length Film plausibly read as a subtitle.
The most common fan usage appears to refer to it as "The Television Movie" or "TVM", or variations thereof. Upon translation into French, this film was renamed Le Seigneur du Temps literal translation: "The Lord of Time".
The movie debuted on the Edmonton, Alberta CITV-TV station on 12 May, two days prior to its Fox Network broadcast.
Commercials on the Fox network advertising the film used special effects footage from the story The Trial of a Time Lord , although this footage was not used in the movie.
This marked the first time that footage from the original BBC series had been shown on a major American network.
The advertisements also used a different arrangement of the Doctor Who theme music from that heard in the film.
The movie received disappointing US ratings. It received 5. Third Doctor actor Jon Pertwee died a few days after the US broadcast of the film, and the UK broadcast included an epitaph to the actor.
The UK broadcast was also edited for broadcast in a pre- Watershed timeslot, with around 1 minute of cuts made. The scenes where Chang Lee's friends are fired upon was cut because of the BBC's sensitivity about gun violence following the Dunblane massacre three months before.
Maureen Paton in the Daily Express praised the movie "At last we have a grown-up hi-tech Doctor Who in Paul McGann Gillatt added "although very entertaining, stylishly directed and perfectly played, the TV movie perhaps tried a little too hard to be what Doctor Who once was, rather than crusading to demonstrate what it could be in the future".
Doctor Who: The Television Movie won the Saturn Award for Best Television Presentation. The movie was scheduled to be released on home video in the United Kingdom several weeks before broadcast to capitalize on the interest in the series returning.
However, the British Board of Film Classification required the video release to have the same one minute of cuts as the broadcast version, [ citation needed ] and so the release was delayed to a week prior to its debut broadcast on BBC One.
Hundreds of fans queued in London at midnight in order to buy a copy at the earliest possible moment, however overall sales were impacted by the now-imminent broadcast [ citation needed ].
A Laserdisc release of the movie was released exclusively in Hong Kong by Universal in The unedited version was released on DVD in the UK in titled as Doctor Who: The Movie , and was re-released in as a limited edition with an alternative cover sleeve but with no change in content as part of a series of classic series re-releases aimed at attracting fans of the revived series to the older shows.
Both the edited and unedited versions have also been released in countries such as Australia and New Zealand. The DVD box set Revisitations contains the movie with a new, updated Special Edition DVD features.
Due to complex licensing issues, no VHS release of the film occurred in North America, and for more than a decade no DVD release occurred, either.
Finally, on 25 August , Dan Hall of 2entertain confirmed that the updated version would be released in North America sometime in the next twelve months following extensive negotiations with Universal Studios.
In it was released on DVD again as part of the "Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited 5—8" box set, alongside the classic serials Earthshock , Vengeance on Varos , and Remembrance of the Daleks.
Alongside a documentary on the Eighth Doctor , it also features an introduction from current show runner Steven Moffat. This was also released in North America.
The movie was released as a 2-disc Blu-ray set in Region 2 on 19 September Music from the movie was on a promotional-only soundtrack album published by the composer, John Debney.
Additional music was contributed by John Sponsler and Louis Febre. The entire score was re-released with previously unreleased cues as the eighth disc of the eleven disc Doctor Who: The 50th Anniversary Collection on 29 September All music is composed by John Debney , except where noted.
The television movie was novelised by Gary Russell and published by BBC Books 15 May It was the first novelisation of a televised Doctor Who story to not be published by Target Books or related companies since Doctor Who and the Crusaders in Basing the adaptation on an early draft of the script, Russell adjusted some details to make it more consistent with the original series, and the novelisation also contains elements that were cut from the shooting script for timing reasons.
The novelisation was the first Doctor Who novel published by BBC Books. The book was actually published prior to the conclusion of Virgin Books ' contract for publishing original Doctor Who fiction, so the next release by BBC Books did not occur for about a year when the Eighth Doctor Adventures series began with The Eight Doctors.
The novelisation was released as a standalone work and is not considered part of this series. The Eighth Doctor Adventures series ran until when it was discontinued.Retrieved 8 March The State Department did not immediately respond to Fox Anastasia Kristensen request for comment. The opening pre-credits sequence went through a number of modifications, with several different voice-overs recorded. 10/9/ · NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY Dr. Marc Siegel speaks as SiriusXM and NYU Langone Health celebrate the [+] 10th year anniversary of the Doctor Radio channel on February 27, in . Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. The Doctor turns up on the Great Fox, and the Star Fox team are fascinated by his time travelling technology. But when strange behaviour is recorded in and around Solar, the team and the Time Lord decide to investigate.