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Doctor Who (1963)

Season 25 Episode 3

Remembrance of the Daleks, Part Three

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Oct 19, 1988 on BBC
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Remembrance of the Daleks, Part Three
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The Daleks continue to prowl the streets of London, searching for the Hand of Omega. The Doctor must make sure that the powerful device falls into the hands of the right Daleks…

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    Simon Williams

    Simon Williams

    Gilmore

    Guest Star

    Dursley McLinden

    Dursley McLinden

    Mike

    Guest Star

    George Sewell

    George Sewell

    Ratcliffe

    Guest Star

    John Scott Martin

    John Scott Martin

    Dalek Operator

    Recurring Role

    Tony Starr

    Tony Starr

    Dalek Operator

    Recurring Role

    Cy Town

    Cy Town

    Dalek Operator

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Continuity: When the shuttle lands, the lab window is open in outdoor shots, closed in indoor shots.

      • Revealing Mistake: After the time controller is activated, there is a shot of grey Daleks in the courtyard. As the camera follows them, it wobbles and jerks.

      • Revealing Mistake: When the Black Dalek says "Advance!" as it leads the others into Ratcliffe's yard, the glow from its lights is fuzzy and different from later flashes, indicating a late electronic effect was added to the video.

      • Revealing Mistake: As Rachel and Alison discuss the transmat, the Doctor's shadow can be seen on the wall as he waits for his cue.

    • QUOTES (4)

    • NOTES (2)

      • John Leeson performed the voice of the Dalek Controller in the style of Davros, hoping to make viewers believe he was the one underneath the helmet.

      • To preserve the surprise of Davros's appearance in the next episode, the actor playing the Emperor Dalek was credited as "Roy Tromelly", an anagram of the actor's real name, Terry Molloy, as viewers would have recognised Molloy as having played Davros twice before.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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