Doctor Who (1963)

Season 1 Episode 10

The Ordeal

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Jan 25, 1964 on BBC
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The Ordeal
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Ian, Barbara and the Thals struggle through the caves to reach the Dalek city. Will they get there in time? Is there even a way through the treacherous caves? And what are the Daleks planning?

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    Jonathan Crane

    Jonathan Crane

    Kristas

    Guest Star

    Marcus Hammond

    Marcus Hammond

    Antodus

    Guest Star

    Virginia Wetherell

    Virginia Wetherell

    Dyoni

    Guest Star

    Gerald Taylor

    Gerald Taylor

    Dalek

    Recurring Role

    Peter Murphy

    Peter Murphy

    Dalek

    Recurring Role

    Kevin Manser

    Kevin Manser

    Dalek

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • How does Ganatus know the Earth tradition of "Ladies first"?

      • Revealing Mistakes: When the Thals are using sunlight to blind the Dalek cameras, wide shots of the Dalek city show it moving back and forth from bad matte combination.

      • The Dalek City has metal floors and walls, and the Doctor deduces that the Daleks are powered by static electricity. Why does noone makes sizzling or popping noises as they move, breaking the charges, and why does noone react to a static charge when they touch a metal door or wall?

      • While Ian is helping Barbara around a corner, her hand snaps off a piece of polystyrene "rock".

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Dalek: The only interest we have in the Thals is their total extermination.
        Susan: What do you mean?
        Dalek: Tomorrow the atmosphere will be bombarded by the radiation from our nuclear reactors.
        Susan: Why are you doing this?
        The Doctor: That's sheer murder!
        Dalek: No. Extermination.

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