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Dr Who: The Day of the Daleks

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by Louis Marks
A complete adventure in one programme
starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who
A mysterious attack on a high ranking diplomat... savage guerillas who vanish into thin air... ape-like monsters in pursuit of the guerillas - and behind it all the Doctor's oldest and deadliest enemies. Now you can see it all again.

Contributors

Writer: Louis Marks
Incidental music by: Dudley Simpson
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: David Myerscough-Jones
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Paul Bernard
Miss Paget: Jean McFarlane
Sir Reginald Styles: Wilfrid Carter
Guerilla: Tim Condren
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Nicholas Courtney
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Jo Grant: Katy Manning
Ogron: Rick Lester
Capt Mike Yates: Richard Franklin
Sergeant Benton: John Levene
Chief Dalek: John Scott Martin
Dalek voices: Oliver Gilbert
Dalek voices: Peter Messaline
Controller: Aubrey Woods
Girl technician: Deborah Brayshaw
Unit Radio Operator: Gypsie Kemp
Anat: Anna Barry
Shura: Jimmy Winston
Boaz: Scott Fredericks
Monia: Valentine Palmer
Senior guard: Andrew Carr
Guard: George Raistrick
Manager: Peter Hill
Television reporter: Alex MacIntosh

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Dr Who: The Day of the Daleks

BBC One London, 3 September 1973 19.00






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