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Dr. Who: Death to the Daleks: Part 4

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A four-part story by Terry Nation
Starring Jon Pertwee
The Doctor matches his wits with the City's brain, with death as the penalty for failure. Sarah and Jill risk their lives in an attempt to trick the Daleks.
The Dr Who Radio Times Special - with full details on how to make your own Dalek - is on sale now, price 30p, from newsagents.

Contributors

Writer: Terry Nation
Incidental music by: Carey Blyton
Incidental music played by: the London Saxophone Quartet
Masks designed by: L. Rowland Warne
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: Colin Green
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Michael Briant
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Bellal: Arnold Yarrow
Dalek voices: Michael Wisher
Dalek operator: John Scott Martin
Dalek operator: Murphy Grumbar
Dalek operator: Cy Town
Sarah Jane Smith: Elisabeth Sladen
Jill Tarrant: Joy Harrison
Lt Dan Galloway: Duncan Lamont
Lt Peter Hamilton: Julian Fox
Zombie: Terry Walsh
Zombie: Steven Ismay

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Dr. Who: Death to the Daleks: Part 4

BBC One London, 16 March 1974 17.35






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