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"Invasion of the Dinosaurs" is the second story of the eleventh season of Doctor Who.

Invasion of the Dinosaurs
Season 11 (1973-1974), Episode 5 to Episode 10
Trexbricks
Air date 12 January - 16 February 1974
Written by Malcolm Hulke
Directed by Paddy Russell
Episode guide
Previous
The Time Warrior
Next
Death to the Daleks

Summary[]

Part One[]

Part Two[]

Part Three[]

Part Four[]

Part Five[]

Part Six[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

Uncredited performers[]

  • Leslie Bates as
    • Regular army corporal - patrol 1 (1,5)
    • Stevens (5)
  • David Billa as Betts (2)
  • Tim Blackstone as a regular army soldier (4)
  • Geoff Brighty as a Golden Age man (6)
  • Alan Bull as warehouse looter and driver (1)
  • John Cash as a UNIT soldier (6)
  • Bruce Cox as a regular army driver (1)
  • Robin Dixon as a regular army driver (6)
  • Peter Dukes as a UNIT soldier (3)
  • Ian Elliott as
  • Ronald Gough as a regular army soldier (1)
  • Colin Hamilton as driver of Norton's army patrol / regular army driver - patrol 2 (1,5)
  • Ted Heath as regular army driver - patrol 1 (1)
  • Lyn Howard as a Golden Age woman (6)
  • Steve Ismay as regular army soldier - patrol 1 (1-2,5)
  • Richard King as a UNIT typist (1)
  • Peter Miles as Grover's secretary (4-5)
  • Pat Milner as regular army soldier - patrol 1 (1-2,5)
  • Kevin Moran as a regular army soldier (6)
  • James Muir as a UNIT soldier (6)
  • Stuart Myers as a Royal Artillery photographer (1)
  • Brian Nolan as a UNIT soldier (1,5)
  • Rory O'Connor as a Golden Age man (6)
  • Roy Pearce as a regular army soldier (1)
  • Annette Peters as a Golden Age woman (6)
  • Dennis Plenty as Collins (2)
  • Judy Rodger as a Golden Age woman (6)
  • Mike Stevens as
    • Royal Artillery corporal (5)
    • Soldier in Norton's army patrol (1)
  • Barry Summerford as a Golden Age man (6)
  • Cy Town as soldier in Norton's army patrol / regular army soldier - patrol 2 (1,5)
  • Ken Tracey as
  • Kelly Varney as regular army soldier - patrol 2 (5)
  • Nigel Winder as a regular army soldier (4)
  • Geoff Witherick as a UNIT soldier (1)
  • Unknown performers as Royal Artillery soldier reading a nude magazine (1)

Crew[]

  • Written by Malcolm Hulke
  • Directed by Paddy Russell
  • Produced by Barry Letts
  • Title Music by Ron Grainer and BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Title Sequence - Bernard Lodge
  • Incidental Music by Dudley Simpson
  • Special Sound - Dick Mills
  • Film Cameraman - Keith Hopper
  • Film Sound - Andrew Boulton
  • Film Editor - Robert Rymer
  • Visual Effects Designer - Clifford Culley
  • Costume Designer - Barbara Kidd
  • Make-Up - Jean McMillan
  • Studio Lighting - Alan Horne
  • Studio Sound - Trevor Webster
  • Video Tape Editor - Barry Stevens
  • Script Editor - Terrance Dicks
  • Designer - Richard Morris

References[]

65 million BC; 1951; 1954; 1974

adjutant; Apatosaurus; airlock; athlete; atomic bomb; atomic war; Bank of England; Berkeley Square; bicycle; Blinovitch Limitation Effect; brain; bread; brigadier; British Army; British monarchy; bus; bus stop; camera; captain; car; Central London; chauffeur; chief engineer; China; Chung Sen; Cold War; the Common; corporal; court martial; covering fire; despatch rider; detention centre; dinosaur; dog; Earth; electrical field; Emergency Powers Act; Europe; explosive; field gun; fish; flare; Florana; force field; fox; fur; general; Geneva; grenade; grenade launcher; Greyhound One; handcuffs; hangar; Harrogate; helicopter; Holy Land; Hyde Park; Industrial Revolution; jazz; Jeep; John of England; journalist; judge; jury; Land Rover; Last Chance for Man; lieutenant; London; London Transport; London Underground; maggot; martial law; mercury; Metropolitan and Circle Lines; Metropolitan Police; milk float; minister; Minister with Special Powers; Nature; New Earth; newspaper; nightingale; No. 5 Reception Centre; novelist; nuclear reactor; Olympics; Operation Golden Age; Oxford University; Parliament; petrol; Piccadilly; pollution; power station; priest; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; private; private member's bill; professor; pterodactyl; radio; reptile; Richard the Lionheart; robber baron; Royal Air Force; Royal Artillery; Royal Engineers; Save Planet Earth Society; scientific adviser; Scotland; Scottish Highlands; Section Five; Section Twelve; sergeant; shotgun; Smith, John; solar system; Sontaran; space hardware research centre; spaceship; Spaceship One; space suit; space-time coordinates; squad; Stegosaurus; stun gun; swagger stick; swan; tape recorder; taxi; tea; telephone; telephone box; television; temporal energy; time eddy; time field; Time Lord; The Times; time transference; time travel; Trap Two; Triceratops; Tyrannosaurus rex; tube station; UNIT Central Command; United Kingdom; United Nations Intelligence Taskforce; UNIT HQ; UNIT temporary HQ; Vandals; Venusian; Wales; walnut; Whitaker's machine; Whitehall; Whitehall underground quarters; wizard; Yorkshire

Additional references[]

16DM33; 20DM58; 33CS84; Chiswick; Defence Medal; DH25JV; Distinguished Service Order; Evening News; France and Germany Star; Fuller & Co; Italy Star; Korea Medal; Lindsey Motel; Longines; Military Cross and Bar; NF10SK; Order of the British Empire (Military Division); Pacific Star; TLH794; Wall's Ice Cream; War Medal 1939-1945; Wimpy; WVO2M

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