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Why not come and see Stanley Kubrick's amazing film 2001: A Space Odyssey One of our many current highlights. With a cast including Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester, Daniel Richter.

"2001" is a story of evolution. Sometime in the distant past, someone or something nudged evolution by placing a monolith on Earth (presumably elsewhere throughout the universe as well). Evolution then enabled humankind to reach the moon's surface, where yet another monolith is found, one that signals the monolith placers that humankind has evolved that far. Now a race begins between computers (HAL) and human (Bowman) to reach the monolith placers. The winner will achieve the next step ... continued

Doctor Who Missing Episodes Marathon

BBC Worldwide and Prince Charles Cinema announce marathon screening of Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World and The Web of Fear in association with BFI: Tickets on sale 14 February 2014 from/b>

London: 13 February, 2014: To celebrate the release of the classic Doctor Who story The Web of Fear on DVD on Monday 24th February, BBC Worldwide is delighted to announce a marathon screening (12 x 25’) of Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World and Doctor Who: The Web of Fear at the Prince Charles Cinema in London on Saturday, 22nd February 2014. Tickets go on sale from at 9am on Friday 14th February and are priced at just £14.

The screening will be followed by a 45 minute Q&A session with key cast members from the episodes as well as a member of the Troughton family. The panel will be chaired by writer, actor and Doctor Who fan Toby Hadoke. The marathon will begin at 11.15am.

Nine of the episodes from these classic stories were missing and feared lost forever before they were returned to the BBC by television archive expert Philip Morris in 2013 after he located them in a relay station in Jos, Nigeria, just before the world’s longest running sci-fi drama celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Their recovery was celebrated by Doctor Who fans worldwide and also captured the imagination of the world’s media. They have since been restored by the Doctor Who Restoration Team and were made available for download in October 2013 by BBC Worldwide. The Enemy of the World has subsequently been released on DVD, while The Web of Fear will be released on Monday 24th February.

Fiona Eastwood, Director of Consumer Products at BBC Worldwide says, “The recovery of these missing stories was undoubtedly a high point for BBC Worldwide and Doctor Who fans around the world last year, and we hope there will be more to come. We’re delighted that we’ve been able to make both of these stories available and the marathon screening at the Prince Charles Cinema is a great moment for Doctor Who fans to come together and celebrate their recovery.”

Paul Vickery, Head Programmer at the Prince Charles Cinema says, “I couldn't be more proud to be part of this one-off experience - as a cinema, it's a dream come true for us to finally have the Doctor fill our screen and delight audiences and fans of the show. As a HUGE fan of the series I'll be there too, front row-centre. I’m very excited about having the opportunity to revisit these incredible episodes in a truly unique way… on the big-screen. It's sure to be one of those events for the PCC history books and I for one can't wait."

Dick Fiddy, Missing Believed Wiped Co-ordinator at the BFI says, “These finds are truly significant, offering a further opportunity to re-visit the Patrick Troughton era. The recovery of these episodes indicates the possibility that more episodes are out there somewhere awaiting re-discovery – a mouth-watering prospect for all Doctor Who fans and those interested generally in the recovery of missing UK television programmes.”

Both stories are from the fifth season of Doctor Who (Patrick Troughton’s second full season as the Doctor) and originally aired on the BBC in the winter of 1967/8. The Enemy of the World sees the Doctor and his companions caught in confusion due to the Doctor’s uncanny resemblance to a man bent on seizing control of the world – Salamander. The Web of Fear follows on directly from the conclusion of The Enemy of the World as the TARDIS narrowly avoids becoming tangled in a web-like substance in space before landing in the London Underground. The Doctor soon discovers something strange is afoot as the web and an army of robotic Yeti controlled by the Great Intelligence threaten to overrun the system. The story is also famed for the first appearance of Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart, later to become the legendary Brigadier.

Doctor Who: The Web of Fear Exclusive Collector’s Edition is available to pre-order now at and will be released on DVD on 24th February 2014.





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2001: A Space Odyssey
A Tribute To Robin Williams - Good Morning Vietnam & Dead Poets Society
A Fistful Of Dollars
There Will Be Blood
1970s New York
2001 : A SPACE ODYSSEY - a final 35mm presentation
a little Neo Noir
A Tribute To Robin Williams
All This Mayhem
Arnie All Nighter
At The PCC : Three Month Special Event Planner
Casablanca - with piano pre-show & free glass of wine
Cigarette Burns & Psychotronic Cinema presents: THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT
Classic Film Season
Death Becomes Her - Quote Along
Dollar Trilogy Sundays
Friday Night Frights
Friday Nights with John Waters
Frozen : Sing-Along
Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Party
In The Mood For A Little Romance
John Carpenter & Kurt Russell Sundays
Labyrinth Masquerade Ball
Les Miserables - Weep Along
Mean Girls - Bitch Along
Membership Discount Offers
Monty Python - Quote Alongs
One For The Road!
Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective
Pitch Perfect - Aca-Along
Q&A - Audio Archive
Rock N Roll Nights!
Sci-Fi Season
SCREAM Marathon
Sing-A-Long-A Dirty Dancing
Sing-A-Long-A Events
Sing-A-Long-A Moulin Rouge
Spice World - Sing-Along
Terrence Malick Retrospective
The Big Lebowski Quote Along
The Dark Knight Trilogy
The Room
The Trials of Muhammad Ali - w/ Q&A
Three Colours Trilogy
Why Is It So Important To Dream?
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