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Doctor Who - Abominable Snowmen (Original Soundtrack) [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (Vinyl)

Doctor Who - Abominable Snowmen (Original Soundtrack) [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (Vinyl)

$ 75.99
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Format: LP 
 (United Kingdom - Import) 

 Triple 180gm white vinyl LP pressing. Demon Records presents a narrated full-cast TV soundtrack adventure starring Patrick Troughton as the Doctor, introducing one of his most fondly remembered enemies, The Yeti! In this classic 6-part 'lost' Adventure, first shown on BBC TV between September and November 1967, the TARDIS materializes in the Himalayan mountains, circa 1930, where Professor traverse has been trying to track down the legendary abominable snowmen. The Doctor soon discovers that the Yeti do exist, but as the Servants of a terrible force - The great intelligence! Can the Doctor and his friends Stop it from taking over the entire world? This narrated TV soundtrack evokes a classic Doctor Who adventure in all it's aural magnificence. The haunting sounds of the windswept Himalayas, the hypnotic chanting of Tibetan Monks, the insistent bleeping of the Yeti control devices, and the terrifying roar of the creatures themselves are all accompanied by the eerie sonics of Ron Grainer & Delia Derbyshire's theme tune. Written by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln, this was the yeti's debut TV appearance, and they would soon return to menace the Doctor in another adventure. Linking narration is provided by Frazer Hines (Jamie) and the cast includes Deborah Watling as Victoria, Jack Watling as Professor traverse, David Spenser as Thonmi and Wolfe Morris as padmasambhava. The film recordings of all but one episode of this story are lost from the BBC archives. 

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