Doctor Who (1963)

Season 6 Episode 1

The Dominators, Episode 1

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Aug 10, 1968 on BBC
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The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. The Island of Death, a former atomic bomb site, sees the arrival of the time travellers, a Dulcian survey team, a group of tourists… and a strange spaceship with deadly inhabitants.

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    Nicolette Pendrell

    Nicolette Pendrell

    Tolata

    Guest Star

    Malcolm Terris

    Malcolm Terris

    Etnin

    Guest Star

    Philip Voss

    Philip Voss

    Wahed

    Guest Star

    Sheila Grant

    Sheila Grant

    Quark Voices

    Recurring Role

    John Hicks

    John Hicks

    Quark

    Recurring Role

    Johnson Bayly

    Johnson Bayly

    Balan

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      • Equipment Visible: When the Doctor and Jamie are discussing the gun in the museum, the shadow of the microphone moves mover the wall behind them.

      • Equipment Visible: Shortly after the Doctor and his companions arrive, Zoe walks into the shadow of a microphone.

      • Continuity: When the Dulkans run out onto the island, Tolata is the last to run off. But the next shot shows her running ahead of the others.

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    • NOTES (3)

      • DVD: Doctor Who: The Dominators (BBCDVD 2807) released in July 2010.

        Video: Doctor Who: The Dominators (BBCV 4406) released in September 1990. Released in U.S.A./Canada (Warner Home Video E1264) in August 1994.

      • Novelisation: Doctor Who - The Dominators by Ian Marter (ISBN 0 426 19553 1) first published by W H Allen in 1984.

      • This was commissioned as a six-episode story, but the writers were late delivering their scripts, and script editor Derrick Sherwin cut the number of episodes to five. In protest, the writers took their names off the script, which went out under the pseudonym "Norman Ashby", apparently created from the forenames of the writers' fathers-in-law.

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