The Sarah Jane Adventures – The Complete Third Season starring Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah
Jane Smith, Tommy Knight as Luke Smith,
Daniel Anthony as
Rani Chandra, Alexander Armstrong as the voice of Mr. Smith, and guest starring
John Leeson as the voice of K9, and David Tennant as the Doctor.
A 2-disc box set of all 12 episodes (6 two-part stories) of the third season of this series.
On all three discs, you will find:
- Graphical menus, episode and scene selection features, and subtitles for the hearing impaired.
On Disc 1:
- Story 1: Prisoner of the Judoon and Story 2: The Mad Woman in the Attic and
Story 3: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith
In Prisoner of the Judoon, a spaceship piloted by a Judoon policeman crash-lands on Earth
allowing his alien prisoner, a body-snatching Veil called Androvax, to escape and possess the
body of Sarah Jane Smith.
In The Mad Woman in the Attic, an elderly Rani from 50 years in the future reminisces on the
day history went wrong for her, when she and her friends fell out over the secrets she’d told.
In The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, Sarah falls for a handsome stranger who may himself be
part of a trap that only the Doctor and the TARDIS can get her out of. This story guest stars
David Tennant as the Doctor. This was the last time Tennant has portrayed the Doctor, to date.
On Disc 2:
- Story 4: The Eternity Trap and Story 5: Mona Lisa’s Revenge and Story 6: The Gift
In The Eternity Trap, Sarah Jane,
in a haunted house famous for disappearances.
In Mona Lisa’s Revenge,
a trip to see the Mona Lisa on special display at the National Gallery, or it would do except
the painting herself has come to life!
In The Gift, a pair of friendly Raxacororofallipatorians offer Sarah Jane and her friends a
gift to make up for all the trouble the Slitheen have caused, a special plant that will benefit
humankind… or will it?
- Audio Adventures: A five-minute extract from a Sarah Jane Adventures audio book called
“The White Wolf,” read by Elisabeth Sladen.
There are no other special features in this release.
This is a standard-definition DVD release, though it is still in anamorphic widescreen (16:9).
Episodes originally transmitted in the Autumn months of 2009 on the BBC. These episodes have never