Serial: 4X  Episode Nos. 462, 463, 464, and 465.  Title: Image of the Fendahl

How do you kill death?  This is a question the Doctor must try to answer when a creature that feeds on death is slowly

and unknowingly brought back to life by archaelogists using a piece of unique equipment and a 12,000,000 year old skull...


starring Tom Baker as Doctor Who and Louise Jameson as Leela. Written by Chris Boucher, Produced by Graham Williams,

and Directed by George Spenton-Foster.


Originally transmitted from 29 October 1977 to 19 November 1977 on BBC1.

DVD Features:


- All four 25-minute episodes with full restoration treatment.

- Graphical menus, episode and scene selection features, and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

- Optional commentary track with actors Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Edward Arthur (Adam),

and Wanda Ventham (Thea). 

- Information Text subtitles option.  Displays pop-up production trivia throughout the story.

            - “After Image  A 26-minute featurette about the making of the story, featuring interviews with

                        Louise Jameson, Edward Arthur, Wanda Ventham, visual effects designer Colin Mapson,

                        and script editor Anthony Read.

- Deleted and Extended Scenes.  An 11-minute featurette compiling fourteen extended or outright

deleted scenes from the location filming that has survived on a low-quality black and white


            - Trailer.  A 20-second trailer that promoted the story on BBC1 in 1977.

- Photo Gallery. 6 minutes of still photos taken throughout the production of the story.

- PDF Materials.  Readable by your computer, a pdf file containing the original Radio Times billings

            for this story.

- 1 Easter Egg. Highlight the blank area of text below to see what it is and how to find it.

            Go into the Special Features menu and highlight the Trailer option. Press the left arrow and

            a Doctor Who logo will appear.  Click on this and you’ll see an additional 40 seconds of

            interview material with Louise Jameson discussing the Leela doll that was released to toy

            stores in 1977.