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BBFC reference AVV268343
Category
CHEQUES, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE - DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN
Video Feature
Classified 26 April, 2010 .
Run Time 64m 29s

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This work was passed with no cuts made.

The BBFC has placed this work in the ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION MATERIAL genre(s).
The main spoken language in this work is English.

Directed by Ed Stradling
The cast for this work includes: Tom Baker.

When submitted to the BBFC the work had a running time of 64m 29s.

This work was submitted to the BBFC by 2 entertain Video Ltd. .
2 entertain Video Ltd. identified this work as Additional material

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This work is made up of a number of separate components.
Note that since February 2001 the BBFC has measured each component separately, but older works may not have the exact details, only a list of titles.
00:28:15:24 CHEQUES
LIES AND VIDEOTAPE - DOCTOR WHO
00:00:21:00 (DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN DVD EXTRAS - EASTER EGG)
00:25:22:13 (DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN DVD EXTRAS - THE TIN MEN AND THE WITCH)
00:04:35:20 REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN (PHOTO GALLERY)
00:05:53:10 (DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN DVD EXTRAS - LOCATION REPORT)
A film or video, together with associated trailers may exist in several versions and all versions known to the BBFC are listed below.

CategoryTypeDateCompanyRun TimeCutTitle
VideoVideo26/04/20102 entertain Video Ltd.64m 29sCHEQUES, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE - DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN
Online26/04/20102 entertain Video Ltd.64m 29sCHEQUES, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE - DOCTOR WHO - REVENGE OF THE CYBERMEN
Details are likely to be more complete and accurate for the version submitted most recently.
When a film is transferred to video the running time will be shorter by approximately 4% due to the differing number of frames per second. This does not mean that the video version has been cut or re-edited.
This entry was last updated 28/05/2010
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