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"Rose" is the first episode of the first series of Doctor Who.

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Cast[]

  • Doctor Who - Christopher Eccleston
  • Rose Tyler - Billie Piper
  • Jackie Tyler - Camille Coduri
  • Mickey Smith - Noel Clarke
  • Clive - Mark Benton
  • Caroline - Elli Garnett
  • Clive's Son - Adam McCoy
  • Autons -
    • Alan Ruscoe
    • Paul Kasey
    • David Sant
    • Elizabeth Fost
    • Helen Otway
  • Nestene Voice - Nicholas Briggs

Uncredited performers[]

  • Noel Clarke as Mickey Smith (Nestene duplicate)

Crew[]

  • Written by Russell T Davies
  • Directed by Keith Boak
  • Produced by Phil Collinson
  • Autons originally created by Robert Holmes
  • 1st Assistant Director - George Gerwitz
  • 2nd Assistant Director - Steffan Morris
  • 3rd Assistant Director - Dafydd Rhys Parry
  • Location Managers -
    • Clive Evans
    • Rhys Carter
  • Unit Manager - Lowri Thomas
  • Production Co-ordinator - Dathyl Evans
  • A/Production Accountants -
    • Debi Griffiths
    • Kath Blackman
  • Continuity - Sian Prosser
  • Script Editor - Elwen Rowlands
  • Camera Operators -
    • Mike Costelloe
    • Martin Stephens
  • Focus Pullers -
    • Steve Lawes
    • Mark Isaac
  • Grip - John Robinson
  • Boom Operator - Damian Richardson
  • Gaffer - Mark Hutchings
  • Best Boy - Peter Chester
  • Stunt Co-ordinator - Rod Woodruff
  • Stunt Performers -
    • Holly Lumsden
    • Paul Kulik
  • Choreographer - Ailsa Altena-Berk
  • Art Department Co-ordinator - Gwenllian Llwyd
  • Concept Artist - Bryan Hitch
  • Production Buyer - Catherine Samuel
  • Set Decorator - Peter Walpole
  • Supervising Art Director - Stephen Nicholas
  • Standby Art Director - Julian Luxton
  • Property Master - Patrick Begley
  • Construction Manager - Andrew Smith
  • Standby Props -
    • Phil Shellard
    • Adrian Anscombe
  • Graphic Artist - Jenny Bowers
  • Wardrobe Supervisor - Yolanda Peart-Smith
  • Make-Up Supervisor - Linda Davie
  • Make-Up Artist - Sarah Wilson
  • Casting Associate - Kirsty Robertson
  • Post Production Supervisor - Marie Brown
  • On Line Editor - Matthew Clarke
  • Colourist - Kai van Beers
  • 2D VFX Artists -
    • Simon C Holden
    • David Bowman
    • Sara Bennett
    • Alberto Montanes
    • Jennifer Herbert
  • 3D VFX Artists -
    • Andy Howell
    • Chris Tucker
    • Jean-Claude Deguara
    • Mark Wallman
    • Paul Burton
    • Chris Petts
    • Porl Perrott
  • Digital Matte Painter - Alex Fort
  • Dubbing Mixer - Tim Ricketts
  • Dialogue Editor - Paul McFadden
  • Sound FX Editor - Paul Jefferies
  • Picture Publicist - Francine Holdgate
  • Finance Manager - Richard Pugsley
  • Original Theme Music - Ron Grainer
  • Casting Director - Andy Pryor CDG
  • Production Accountant - Endaf Emyr Williams
  • Sound Recordist - Ian Richardson
  • Costume Designer - Lucinda Wright
  • Make-Up Designer - Davy Jones
  • Music - Murray Gold
  • Visual Effects - The Mill
  • Visual FX Producer - Will Cohen
  • Visual FX Supervisor - Dave Houghton
  • Special Effects - Any Effects
  • Prosthetics - Millennium Effects
  • Editor - Mike Jones
  • Production Designer - Edward Thomas
  • Director of Photography - Ernie Vincze BSC
  • Production Manager - Tracie Simpson
  • Associate Producer - Helen Vallis
  • Executive Producers -
    • Russell T Davies
    • Julie Gardner
    • Mal Young

References[]

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Additional references[]

14; American Medical Association; ALDO; Arriva; Budweiser; Burger King; Camberwell Green; Chelsea; Clinique; Coca-Cola; Connally, John; Connally, Nellie; Doctor's Guide; Doctor's Guide Publishing; Dolce & Gabbana; EastEnders; Emery, Julie; FA Premier League; Fletcher Morgan; Frith, Fred; Fulham; Green Day; Gudang Garam; Hyde Park Corner; Ixnay on the Hombre; James Howell & Co. Ltd.; Kellerman, Roy; Kennedy, Jacqueline; Lidley, Julian; The Lion King; The Living Plastic Creations of Dr. Rhenborg; Mellor & Luxton; McDonald's; Needle Doctor; Newsweek; Nimrod; The Offspring; Paltrow, Gwyneth; Piccadilly; Pucca; Putney; Samsung; Sebold, Alice; Streatham Garage; TDK; South Kensington; Starbucks; Staywell; Tottenham Court Road Stn; United States law enforcement; Versace

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