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"Resurrection of the Daleks" is the fourth story of the twenty-first season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

Part One[]

Part Two[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • The Doctor - Peter Davison
  • Tegan - Janet Fielding
  • Turlough - Mark Strickson
  • Stien - Rodney Bewes
  • Styles - Rula Lenska
  • Colonel Archer - Del Henney
  • Lytton - Maurice Colbourne
  • Professor Laird - Chloe Ashcroft
  • Sergeant Calder - Philip McGough
  • Davros - Terry Molloy
  • Mercer - Jim Findley
  • Osborn - Sneh Gupta
  • Trooper - Roger Davenport
  • Crewmember - John Adam Baker
  • Crewmember - Linsey Turner
  • Galloway - William Sleigh
  • Dalek Voices -
    • Brian Miller
    • Royce Mills
  • Dalek Operators -
  • Kiston - Les Grantham

Uncredited performers[]

  • Tom Baker as the Doctor (2) (archive footage only)
  • Mike Braben as an impostor constable (1-2)
  • Nicholas Courtney as Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart (2) (archive footage only)
  • Michael Craze as Ben Jackson (2) (archive footage only)
  • Nicholas Curry as a chemist (2)
  • Janet Fielding as a duplicate of Tegan Jovanka (2)
  • Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman (2) (archive footage only)
  • William Hartnell as the Doctor (2) (archive footage only)
  • Del Henney as a duplicate of Archer (1-2)
  • Adrienne Hill as Katarina (2) (archive footage only)
  • Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Chesterton (2) (archive footage only)
  • Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon (2) (archive footage only)
  • Michael Jeffries as an impostor constable (1-2)
  • Caroline John as Liz Shaw (2) (archive footage only)
  • Jackie Lane as Dodo Chaplet (2) (archive footage only)
  • Katy Manning as Jo Jones (2) (archive footage only)
  • Jean Marsh as Sara Kingdom (2) (archive footage only)
  • Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan (2) (archive footage only)
  • Philip McGough as a duplicate of Calder (1-2)
  • Maureen O'Brien as Vicki (2) (archive footage only)
  • Wendy Padbury as Zoe Heriot (2) (archive footage only)
  • Jon Pertwee as the Doctor (2) (archive footage only)
  • Peter Purves as Steven Taylor (2) (archive footage only)
  • William Russell as Ian Chesterton (2) (archive footage only)
  • Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith (2) (archive footage only)
  • Mark Strickson as a duplicate of Vislor Turlough (2)
  • Sarah Sutton as Nyssa (2) (archive footage only)
  • Mary Tamm as Romana (2) (archive footage only)
  • Patrick Troughton as the Doctor (2) (archive footage only)
  • Lalla Ward as Romana (2) (archive footage only)
  • Matthew Waterhouse as Adric (2) (archive footage only)
  • Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield (2) (archive footage only)
  • Anneke Wills as Polly Wright (2) (archive footage only)

Crew[]

  • By Eric Saward
  • Directed by Matthew Robinson
  • Title Music composed by Ron Grainer
  • Incidental Music - Malcolm Clarke
  • Special Sound -
    • Dick Mills
    • BBC Radiophonic Workship
  • Production Manager - Corinne Hollingworth
  • Production Associate - June Collins
  • Production Assistant - Joy Sinclair
  • Assistant Floor Manager - Matthew Burge
  • Film Cameraman - Ian Punter
  • Film Sound - Bob Roberts
  • Film Editor - Dan Rae
  • Visual Effects Designer - Peter Wragg
  • Video Effects - Dave Chapman
  • Vision Mixer - Paul Wheeler
  • Technical Co-Ordinator - Alan Arbuthnott
  • Camera Supervisor - Alec Wheal
  • Videotape Editor - Hugh Parson
  • Lighting Director - Ron Bristow
  • Studio Sound - Scott Talbot
  • Costume Designer - Janet Tharbey
  • Make-Up Designer - Eileen Mair
  • Script Editor - Eric Saward
  • Title Sequence - Sid Sutton
  • Designer - John Anderson
  • Producer - John Nathan-Turner

References[]

1984; 4500; 4590

airlock; air stewardess; ambulance; antidote; battle computer; battle stations; bomb; bomb disposal squad; bridge; British Army; captain; car; cat; chemist; Cloister Bell; combat boot; commander; constable; Constitution of Earth; cryogenic chamber; Dalek; Dalek battle cruiser; Dalek duplicate; Dalek Troopers; Davros's prison; deflector shield; doctor of medicine; double-decker bus; duplication chamber; Earth; energy weapon; engineer; engineering; explosive charge; fighter; Gallifrey; gas grenade; generating plant; genetic engineering; gun; High Council of the Time Lords; inspector; K-9; Kaled mutant; land mine; laser cannon; lieutenant; lieutenant colonel; life support chair; London; machine pistol; martial law; mechanical engineer; Metropolitan Police; mind control; Ministry of Defence; Movellan; Movellan virus; neutraliser; officer of the watch; patrol ship; professor; quartermaster sergeant; radio; red alert; rodent; security clearance; self-destruct mechanism; sergeant; space station; Space War; Special Guard; stun laser; supply vessel; Supreme Dalek; task force; tea; telephone; time corridor; Time Lord; time travel; Tower Bridge; van; Vanessa; Vita 15 native; warp drive

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