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"Day of the Daleks" is the first story of the ninth season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

Episode One[]

Episode Two[]

Episode Three[]

Episode Four[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • Doctor Who - Jon Pertwee
  • Jo Grant - Katy Manning
  • Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart - Nicholas Courtney
  • Controller - Aubrey Woods
  • Captain Yates - Richard Franklin
  • Sergeant Benton - John Levene
  • Anat - Anna Barry
  • Shura - Jimmy Winston
  • Boaz - Scott Fredericks
  • Sir Reginald Styles - Wilfrid Carter
  • Miss Paget - Jean McFarlane
  • Girl Technician - Deborah Brayshaw
  • U.N.I.T. Radio Operator - Gypsie Kemp
  • Guerilla - Tim Condren
  • Ogrons -
    • Rick Lester
    • Maurice Bush
    • David Joyce
    • Frank Menzies
    • Bruce Wells
    • Geoffrey Todd
    • Nick Nicholson (2011 Special Edition)
  • Daleks -
  • Dalek Voices -
    • Oliver Gilbert (cut from 2011 Special Edition)
    • Peter Messaline (cut from 2011 Special Edition)
    • Nicholas Briggs (2011 Special Edition)
  • Monia - Valentine Palmer
  • Manager - Peter Hill
  • Senior Guard - Andrew Carr
  • Guard at Work Centre - George Raistrick
  • Television Reporter - Alex MacIntosh
  • U.N.I.T Soldiers -
    • Michael Potter (credited in 2011 Special Edition)
    • Nick Hobbs (credited in 2011 Special Edition)
    • Terence Brown (credited in 2011 Special Edition)
    • Keith Beresford (credited in 2011 Special Edition)
    • Kevan Looseley (2011 Special Edition)

Uncredited performers[]

  • Charles Adey-Gray as an American delegate (4)
  • Donald Baker as
    • Guard (3)
    • Stills cameraman (4)
  • Robin Baldwin as a slave (3)
  • Robert Bauld as
    • Slave (3)
    • Sound man (4)
  • Karen Burch as a girl technician (1-4)
  • Betty Cameron as a slave (3)
  • Barbara Chambers as a UNIT corporal (1-2)
  • Alan Cope as a Russian delegate (4)
  • Jane Cousins as a slave (3)
  • Michael Culling as UNIT soldier with dog (4)
  • Alison Daumler as a girl technician (1-3)
  • Jeanne Doree as a slave (3)
  • Jim Dowdall as a guerilla (3-4)
  • Richard Eden as a UNIT soldier (1-2,4)
  • Iris Fry as a slave (3)
  • Pat Gorman as
    • Film cameraman (4)
    • Guard (3)
  • Beverley Grant as a slave (3)
  • Emmett Hennessy as
    • American aide (4)
    • Guerilla (3-4)
  • Christopher Holmes as a UNIT soldier (4)
  • Paul Huckin as a slave (3)
  • Derek Hunt as a UNIT soldier (4)
  • Stephen Ismay as
    • Guerilla (3-4)
    • Stills cameraman (4)
  • Gaynor Jackson as a slave (3)
  • Suzanne Jackson as a slave (3)
  • Brian Justice as a guerilla (4)
  • Sam Mansary as an African delegate (4)
  • Leon Maybank as a UNIT sergeant (1-2)
  • David Melbourne as Johnson (1,4)
  • Scarlett O'Dare as a girl technician (1-2)
  • Brychan Powell as
  • Hugh Price as a UNIT soldier (1-2,4)
  • Anne Priestley as a slave (3)
  • Colin Richmond as a UNIT soldier (1,4)
  • Hugh Rodgers as a UNIT soldier (1-2,4)
  • Stan Ross as a UNIT soldier (1-2,4)
  • Len Saunders as
    • Slave (3)
    • Stills cameraman (4)
  • Basil Tang as a Chinese delegate (4)
  • Pat Taylor as a slave (3)
  • Desmond Verini as
  • Glen Whitter as
  • Eileen Winterton as a slave (3)
  • Vincent Wong as a Chinese aide (4)
  • Unknown performers as four UNIT motorcyclists (4)

Crew[]

  • Written by Louis Marks
  • Directed by Paul Bernard
  • Produced by Barry Letts
  • Fights Arranged by Rick Lester
  • Title Music by Ron Grainer and BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Daleks Originated by Terry Nation
  • Incidental Music by Dudley Simpson
  • Special Sound - Brian Hodgson (2011 Special Edition)
  • Additional Sound - Mark Ayres (2011 Special Edition)
  • Film Cameraman -
    • Fred Hamilton
    • John Kelly (2011 Special Edition)
  • Film Editor - Dan Rae
  • Visual Effects -
    • Jim Ward
    • Michael Dinsdale (2011 Special Edition)
  • Additional Compositing - Aaron J. Climas (2011 Special Edition)
  • Costumes - Mary Husband
  • Make-up - Heather Stewart
  • Lighting - Alan Horne
  • Sound - Tony Millier
  • Script Editor - Terrance Dicks
  • Special Edition Producer - Steve Broster (2011 Special Edition)
  • Designer - David Myerscough-Jones

References[]

1972; 2172; 2472

02BH41; 70BE81; Auderly House; Auderly House summit conference; Blinovitch Limitation Effect; Bonaparte, Napoleon; brigadier; camera; captain; car; Central Zone; China; computer; controller; corporal; Dalek; Dalekanium; Dalek Empire; Dalek occupation of Earth (2157-67); Dalek saucer; dematerialisation circuit; despatch rider; dog; Earth; England; escapology; Financial Times; French window; Geneva; Georgian house; ghost; gorgonzola; grenade launcher; Greyhound; Greyhound Two; High Council of the Time Lords; higher anthropoid; Honda; iron; Jeep; Land Rover; London; RAF Manston; marine; metallurgy; mind analysis machine; Minister of Defence; motorcycle; North Wales; observation satellite; Ogron; Ogron homeworld; Peking; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; private; quad bike; Quisling; radio; radio operator; Rank Has Its Privileges; ray gun; Royal Air Force; Russia; sergeant; Skaro; South America; Southern Asia; space-time coordinates; telephone; television; temporal feedback circuit; temporal paradox; Third World War; time field; time transmitter; time travel; Time Vortex magnetron; Trap One; Triumph; ultrasonic disintegrator; United Nations; United Nations Intelligence Taskforce; United States; UNIT HQ; Uxarieus; video conference; wine; Women's Royal Army Corps; Work Centre 117

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