Published: Mon, November 27, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Tom Baker returns for 'lost' episode of Doctor Who

Tom Baker returns for 'lost' episode of Doctor Who

I loved doing Doctor Who because it was life to me.

Throughout all of Doctor Who's adventures, the Time Lord has regularly traveled through various timelines, with the series recently mirroring its fictional narrative as an episode from the late '70s finally being completed.

Tom Baker has reprised his role as Doctor Who for a newly-released episode of the sci-fi series.

Halted due to a strike and never finished, the BBC has now completed "Shada" through a mix of the original footage, state of the art animation, and a new live-action scene featuring Baker back in his classic costume.

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By the time Tom Baker stepped into his iconic colorful scarf as the Fourth Doctor, this junking policy had been put to a stop.

Now, BBC Worldwide has put all the filmed scenes together and with the help of original scripts, replaced the missing scenes by using animated versions of the characters voiced by the original actors.

Doctor Who "Shada" is available on digital download in the United Kingdom from today and arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray on December 4th.

"When I was doing Doctor Who it was the realization of all my childhood fantasies...so I took to it like a duck to water and I still do", Baker revealed.

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It's exciting to see BBC give makeovers to lost or unfinished episodes of Doctor Who, which still unfortunately boasts huge gaps in the runs of the Second Doctor (Patrick Troughton).

Describing his return, the 83-year-old said the Doctor "probably never left me".

First off, he turned up in non-canon multi-Doctor special "Dimensions in Time", which aired as part of the 1993 Children in Need celebrations.

A two-disk DVD is scheduled for release in the United States on January 9 (you can snag a region-free Blu-ray via Amazon.co.uk as early as December 4).

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