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"Destiny of the Daleks" is the first story of the seventeenth season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

Episode One[]

Episode Two[]

Episode Three[]

Episode Four[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • Doctor Who - Tom Baker
  • Romana - Lalla Ward
  • Tyssan - Tim Barlow
  • Commander Sharrel - Peter Straker
  • Agella - Suzanne Danielle
  • Lan - Tony Osoba
  • Dalek Operators -
    • Mike Mungarvan
    • Cy Town
  • Dalek Voices - Roy Skelton
  • Davros - David Gooderson
  • Jall - Penny Casdagli
  • Veldan - David Yip
  • Movellan Guard - Cassandra

Uncredited performers[]

  • Maggy Armitage as the tall form of Romana (1)
  • Yvonne Gallagher as the silver-skinned form of Romana (1)
  • Lee Richards as the voluptous form of Romana (1)
  • Roy Skelton as K-9 (1) (voice only)
  • Ron Tarr as a male prisoner (1-4)
  • Unknown performers as
    • Axon prisoner in orange robes (1-2,4)
    • Axon prisoner in yellow robes (1-2,4)
    • Kantrian prisoner (1)
    • Male prisoner in Draconian robes (3-4)
    • Morestran prisoner (1,3-4)

Crew[]

  • Written by Terry Nation
  • Directed by Ken Grieve
  • Produced by Graham Williams
  • Incidental Music by Dudley Simpson
  • Special Sound - Dick Mills
  • Production Assistant - Henry Foster
  • Production Unit Manager - John Nathan-Turner
  • Director's Assistant - Roz Berrystone
  • Assistant Floor Manager - David Tilley
  • Film Cameramen -
    • Phil Law
    • Kevin Rowley
  • Steadycam - Fred Hamilton
  • Film Recordist - Graham Bedwell
  • Film Editor - Dick Allen
  • Studio Lighting - John Dixon
  • Studio Sound - Clive Gifford
  • Technical Manager - John Dean
  • Senior Cameraman - Alec Wheal
  • Visual Effects Designer - Peter Logan
  • Electronic Effects - Dave Jervis
  • Vision Mixer - Nigel Finnis
  • Video-tape Editor - Alan Goddard
  • Costume Designer - June Hudson
  • Make-up Artist - Cecile Hay-Arthur
  • Script Editor - Douglas Adams
  • Designer - Ken Ledsham

References[]

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3rd Galactic Fleet; 4X-Alpha-4; Algol; amoeba; anti-radiation pill; Arcturus; Astra; atom; Atrios; Axon; battle computer; battle cruiser; battle fleet; Betelgeuse; bleeper; cement; clay; Colonel Bogey March; Coluphid, Oolon; combat pilot; computer sphere; concrete; cryogenic freezer; cybernetics; Dalek; Dalek battle cruiser; Dalek combat unit; Dalek deep space cruiser; Dalek mining explosive; Dalek prison ship; Dalek Space Command; Deep Space Fleet; dentist; diamond; Earth; earthquake; elephant; engineer; exhaustion; flying saucer; Galactic Olympic Games; gravel; humanoid; inflation; Jane's Spacecraft of the Universe; jelly baby; Kaled; Kaled dome; Kaled mutant; Kantra; Kantrian; Labour Force 2; laryngitis; life support chair; limestone; listening scanner; logic; Magla; malnutrition; megaton; Mexican standoff; Morestran; Movellan; Movellan spaceship; Movellan weapon; mutation; Napoleon; nova device; The Origins of the Universe; phason drill; radiation; radio; randomiser; regeneration; robot; robotics; Sirian; Sirian native; Skaro; slavery; sonic screwdriver; space shuttle; Space War; starship; stone-paper-scissors; supreme commander; Supreme Dalek; Time Lord; time warp; underworld; Unit 4; Unit 5; Unit 6; visual circuit; zombie

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