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"City of Death" is the second story of the seventeenth season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

Part One[]

Part Two[]

Part Three[]

Part Four[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • Doctor Who - Tom Baker
  • Romana - Lalla Ward
  • Count - Julian Glover
  • Countess - Catherine Schell
  • Duggan - Tom Chadbon
  • Kerensky - David Graham
  • Hermann - Kevin Flood
  • Louvre Guide - Pamela Stirling
  • Soldier - Peter Halliday
  • Art Gallery Visitors -
    • Eleanor Bron
    • John Cleese

Uncredited performers[]

  • Jane Bough as maid at chateau (4)
  • Michael Brydon as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Bruce Callendar as a Louvre guard (1,3)
  • Phillip Chant as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • James Charlton as Bourget, artist in cafe (1)
  • Karen Cooper as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Iris Everson as customer in modern art gallery (4)
  • Mike Finbar as a thug (1-2)
  • Christian Foucat as a gendarme (3)
  • David Glen as
    • Louvre tourist (1)
    • Plain-clothes detective in Louvre (3)
  • Pat Gorman as a thug (1)
  • David Harris as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Walter Henry as a cafe patron (1,3)
  • Kevin Hudson as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Juliette James as customer in modern art gallery (4)
  • Michael Joseph as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Robert Jouhier as a gendarme (3)
  • Peter Kodak as a thug (1)
  • Maureen Mason as a Louvre guard (1,3)
  • Leon Maybank as customer in modern art gallery (4)
  • Alfred Moore as a plain-clothes detective in Louvre (3)
  • James Muir as a plain-clothes detective in Louvre (3)
  • Mike Mungarven as
    • Louvre tourist (1)
    • Plain-clothes detective in Louvre (3)
  • Jenny Persiva as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Maggie Pileau as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Lewis Pirella as a cafe customer (1,3)
  • Anthony Powell as a thug (1-2,4)
  • Helen Raye as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Shan Ricco as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Lee Richards as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Terry Sartain as customer in modern art gallery (4)
  • Harold Shields as a cafe customer (1,3)
  • Graham Smith as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Kevin Sullivan as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Frances Tanner as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Colin Thomas as a cafe customer (1,3)
  • Geoffrey Whitestone as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Elaine Williams as a cafe customer (1)
  • Sue Winkler as a Louvre tourist (1)
  • Cathy Winter as a Louvre tourist (1)

Crew[]

  • Written by David Agnew
  • Directed by Michael Hayes
  • Produced by Graham Williams
  • Incidental Music by Dudley Simpson
  • Special Sound - Dick Mills
  • Production Assistant - Rosemary Crowson
  • Production Unit Manager - John Nathan-Turner
  • Director's Assistant - Jane Wellesley
  • Assistant Floor Manager - Carol Scott
  • Film Cameraman - John Walker
  • Film Recordist - Graham Bedwell
  • Film Editor - John Gregory
  • Studio Lighting - Mike Jefferies
  • Studio Sound - Anthony Philpott
  • Technical Manager - John Dean
  • Senior Cameraman - Alec Wheal
  • Visual Effects Designer - Ian Scoones
  • Electronic Effects - Dave Jervis
  • Vision Mixer - Nigel Finnis
  • Videotape Editor - Rod Waldron
  • Costume Designer - Doreen James
  • Make-up Artist - Jean Steward
  • Script Editor - Douglas Adams
  • Designer - Richard McManan-Smith

References[]

400 million BC; 1452; 1503; 1505; 1519; 1979

Academius Stolaris; amino acid; animal; Anubis; Arc de Triomphe (illustration); Atlantic Ocean; atmospheric thrust motor; Borgias; bouillabaisse; Braxiatel Collection; butler; Cafe de Flore; captain; car; cell; cellular accelerator; Chambertin; Champs-Élysées; chicken; China; coffee; computer; count; countess; cow; cracks in time; Dalek; Débat sur la France de demain; detective; Earth; egg; Egypt; Egyptian; Eiffel Tower; Einstein, Albert; England; entrecôte bordelaise; escargot au beurre; field interlace stabiliser; fire; Florence; France; French currency; French language; Gainsborough, Thomas; Gallifrey; gendarme; geometry; Greek; gun; Gutenberg Bible; Hamlet; haricots verts; helicopter; hologram; Horus; Italy; Jagaroth; Jagaroth spaceship; Khnum; La Redoute; laser; The Last Supper; Leonardo da Vinci; level five civilisation; Louis Quinze; Louvre; Maxim's; Metropolitain; micromeson scanner; Ming vase; motorcycle; Muséum national d'histoire naturelle; Mona Lisa; Norman; Notre Dame; Paris; Le Petit Pont; pommes sautées; professor; puzzle box; pyramid; radiation; randomiser; Renaissance; Riguad, Jacques; scanner; Scarlioni, Carlos; Scarlioni chateau; Shakespeare, William; Sirius V; Skaro; Solarium Panatica; soned; sonic knife; sonic screwdriver; Stricium; Tancredi; Télé Poche; temporal engineering; time field; Time Lord; time slip; time travel; Time Vortex; train; Trocadero; vegetable; Village Suisse; vitamin pill; warp drive; warp field; water; wheel; wine; X-ray

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