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"The War Machines" is the ninth story of the third season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

Episode 1[]

Episode 2[]

Episode 3[]

Episode 4[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • Dr. Who - William Hartnell
  • Dodo - Jackie Lane
  • Polly - Anneke Wills
  • Ben Jackson - Michael Craze
  • Major Green - Alan Curtis
  • Professor Brett - John Harvey
  • Kitty - Sandra Bryant
  • Flash - Ewan Proctor
  • Sir Charles Summer - William Mervyn
  • Professor Krimpton - John Cater
  • American Journalist - Ric Felgate
  • Interviewer - John Doye
  • Worker - Desmond Cullum-Jones
  • Tramp - Roy Godfrey
  • Taxi-driver - Michael Rathborne
  • Machine Operator - Gerald Taylor
  • Worker - Eddie Davis
  • Captain - John Rolfe
  • Sergeant - John Boyd-Brent
  • Corporal - Frank Jarvis
  • Soldier - Robin Dawson
  • Television Newsreader - Kenneth Kendall
  • The Minister - George Cross
  • Garage Mechanic - Edward Colliver
  • Man in Telephone Box - John Slavid
  • Radio Announcer - Dwight Whylie
  • US Correspondent - Carl Conway
  • The Voice of WOTAN - Gerald Taylor

Uncredited performers[]

  • W. Busell as a taxi driver (1)
  • Biff Byfield as a lieutenant general (3)
  • Pat Gorman as
    • Worker (2-3)
    • Soldier (3)
  • Alex Lewis as a colonel (3)
  • Sam Mansary as Negro at Scientific Club (1)
  • Dennis Plenty as a soldier (3-4)
  • Mike Reid as a soldier (3-4)
  • Mrs S. Singh as Indian at Scientific Club (1)
  • Peter Stewart as a policeman (1)
  • Graham Tonbridge as Professor at Scientific Club (1)
  • George Wilder as Kennedy (1)

Crew[]

  • Written by Ian Stuart Black
  • Based on an idea by Kit Pedler
  • Directed by Michael Ferguson
  • Produced by Innes Lloyd
  • Title music by Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Costumes by Daphne Dare
  • Makeup by Sonia Markham
  • Lighting - George Summers
  • Sound - David Hughes
  • Film Cameraman - Alan Jonas
  • Film Editor - Eric Mival
  • Story Editor - Gerry Davis
  • Designer - Raymond London

References[]

1966

2; 10 Downing Street; able seaman; Astrakhan hat; barracks; Battersea; Battersea Power Station; bicycle; British armed forces; British Army; British currency; camera; captain; car; City of London; coffee; colonel; commissioner; computer; Computer Day; Cornwall Gardens; corporal; Covent Garden; Dalek; disc jockey; the Doctor's ring; Earth; England; explosive; Fitzroy Square; grenade; gun; hypnosis; Inferno; Johnny; journalist; lieutenant general; London; magnetic field; major; Metropolitan Police; Minister of Defence; Ministry of Defence; Moscow; New York City; New York Sketch; Orange Patrol; platoon; police box; Post Office Tower; professor; Radar Plot Rating; radio; Royal Navy; Royal Scientific Club; Scotland Yard; secretary; sergeant; tank; TARDIS key; taxi; Taylor, Steven; HMS Teazer; telephone; television; transceiver; United Kingdom; W3; W4; W9; War Machine; Washington, D.C.; West Indies; Wombat missile; WOTAN

Additional references[]

Cape Kennedy; European Free Trade Association; European Launcher Development Organisation; Geo. Burrows Ltd; Jaffa orange; Kennedy, Jacqueline; Parliament; Royal Air Force; Seville; Telstar; Toby Ale; White House; Woomera

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