SummaryThe Tardis narrowly avoids becoming engulfed in a cobwebby substance in space. It arrives in the London Underground railway system, the tunnels of which are being overrun by the web and by the Great Intelligence's robot Yeti. The Intelligence's goal is to drain the Doctor's mind; can the Doctor sabotage the device before the Intelligence's plan comes to fruition?
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Robots -- England -- London -- Drama.
Human-alien encounters -- Drama.
Extraterrestrial beings -- Drama.
Fiction television programs.
Fantasy television programs.
Science fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [London] :BBC Studios,2022
|Edition||Special edition, Full screen and widescreen.|
|Other Titles|| Web of fear
Lincoln, Henry, 1930-2022, screenwriter.
Camfield, Douglas, television director.
Bryant, Peter, 1923-2006, television producer.
Troughton, Patrick, actor.
Hines, Frazer, 1944- actor.
Watling, Deborah, actor.
Courtney, Nicholas, 1929-2011, actor.
Watling, Jack, 1923-2001, actor.
Watson, Ralph, 1936-2021, actor.
Packer, Tina, 1938- actor.
Woolgar, Jack, 1913-1978, actor.
Rollason, Jon, 1931-2016, actor.
British Broadcasting Corporation, production company.
BBC Studios, publisher.
Patrick Troughton, Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling, Nicholas Courtney, Jack Watling, Ralph Watson, Tina Packer, Jack Woolgar, Jon Rollason.
In English; optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Originally broadcast as single episodes of a television program in 1968.
"This release includes all surviving episodes, plus a brand new fully animated black and white reconstruction of the missing third episode created from the surviving audio-only recordings"--Container.
Special features: Animated missing episode (black & white); animated missing episode (color); audio commentaries on all episodes; Episode 3 telesnap reconstruction; photo gallery; 'Making of' documentary; 'Making the animation'; The web of fear trailer; The missing years documentary.
DVD; NTSC; region 1; full screen (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) presentations; Dolby Digital 5.1.
2 videodiscs (approximately 145 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.