Below is a Complete list of Easter Eggs on Sylvester McCoy Series Doctor Who DVD’s. The Guide will obviously updated when New DVD’s come along. Please bear in mind that this guide is in Story Order, not Release Order. Thanks to all of you who requested this.Easter Eggs for each Individual DVD can also be found on the Classic Series DVD Guide.This Classic Series Easter Egg Guide is Copyright © to Tom Simpson and Time Vortex, any reproduction without prior consent of the Editor is Forbidden.
Time and the Rani
Updated Regeneration Scene
On the first of the special features pages, go to 7D FX and hit left to highlight a hidden logo. Select to view an updated CGI enhanced regeneration scene featuring Colin Bakers face.
On the second page of special features, highlight the Blue Peter option, before pressing right to highlight a hidden logo. Select to view an anecdote from Kate O’Mara and other crew about the sequence with The Rani hanging in the Tetraps cave.
The Name’sh McCoy – Sylvester McCoy
Also on the second page of the special features menu, select PDF materials and press left to highlight another hidden logo. Select this to hear a story from Sylvester about the parallel casting of him as Dr Who and Timothy Dalton as James Bond.
Remembrance of the Daleks: Special Edition
Go to 1st Special Features menu, scroll down to ‘Remembrances’, click left for a logo that leads to an out-take of Sophie Aldred preparing one of her intros for the Deleted Scenes.
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy
Altered continuity anouncement
Go to Deleted/Extended Scenes and press right to highlight a hidden logo. Selecting this plays a combination of continuity announcements and the Psychic Circus song.
On the main menu move down to Episode Selection and press the left arrow to reveal a hidden Doctor Who logo. Press select and you’ll get the unexpurgated version of the song that Gwendoline is heard playing in the story.
On the Special Features menu move down to Writer’s Question Time and press the left arrow to reveal a hidden Doctor Who logo. Press select and you’ll get the continuity announcements from the original BBC broadcast. Also included with the continuity annoucements is the original version of Part One’s end credits, which mistakenly spelt Katharine Schlesinger’s name as Katherine.
The Curse of Fenric
On disc 1, navigate down to the special features option on the first menu and press select. Move down to the Claws and Effect option and hit left to highlight a hidden Doctor Who logo. Hit select to view BBC1 continuity announcements made before the original broadcast of all four episodes.
On disc 2, navigate down to Recutting the Runes and hit left to highlight a hidden Doctor Who logo. Hit select for Mark Ayres talking about the re-scoring of the special edition of the Curse of Fenric.
When you play Part Two using the Music-only option, you can hear the opening and closing theme tune sans sound effects. When you play Part Three using the Music-only option, you can hear the sound effects sans the opening and closing theme tune.
Spot the Haemovores
When Watching on Disc 1 using the ‘Play All’ option and Info Text turned on, in between episodes 2 & 3, You get a ‘Spot the Haemovores’ challenge
More than 30 Years in the TARDIS
Richard Martin’s Memories of Verity
Go to the photo gallery and press left to highlight The Doctor Who logo on the right of the screen. Select this to play a short sequence where director Richard Martin shares his memories of producer Verity Lambert.
Jon Pertwee Dedication
Hit left on the “Play Movie” option and the logo on the main menu page becomes illuminated. Hit select and you get a dedication caption to Jon Pertwee who died shortly before the UK premier of the 8th DoctorTV movie.
Note: This easter egg is not included in the Special Edition version in Revisitations 1.
The Movie: Special Edition
Philip Segal Interview
Go to ‘Who Peter 1989-2009’ in the Special Features menu and press left to highlight a hidden Doctor Who logo. Select this to play the Philip Segal interview from the original release of the story, that has now been superseded by new extras.
Matthew Jacobs’ Earliest Memory of Doctor Who
Go to the Production Menu, highlight ‘Alternate Takes’ and press right to highlight a hidden Doctor Who logo. Select this to play Matthew Jacobs memories of visiting the studio of the William Hartnell story ‘The Gunfighters’, in which his father acted.