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Doctor Who Collector's Edition - Doctor Who And The Daleks / Daleks Invasion Earth - 2150 AD [1965]

Doctor Who Collector's Edition - Doctor Who And The Daleks / Daleks Invasion Earth - 2150 AD [1965] DVD


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The Doctor Who Movies in the 1960s weren't quite as good as the TV series. Maybe it was because the sets looked better in the Doctor Who films, and the films were in colour! They're good, though, and in the '60s the Daleks were iconic figures in Britain, on a scale only The Beatles surpassed perhaps!

Peter Cushing makes an avuncular Doctor Who, in the mould of William Hartnell, and well-known British entertainer Roy Castle, and equally well-known British comedy actor Bernard Cribbins, make good, comical sidekicks. Roberta Tovey and Jennie Linden play The Doctor's two granddaughters with a dignified calm, considering all what's going on around them.

The placid Thals in 'Doctor Who And The Daleks' are taught lessons in how to defend themselves from the evil pepper pots, and in 'Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD' the Daleks are up against fierce resistance in a battered London, in an analogy of the Nazis (Daleks) and London/Europe of World War Two. - Paul Rance.

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Doctor Who Movies Synopsis
In 'Doctor Who And The Daleks' the Doctor and his young friends find themselves at the mercy of the menacing Daleks. In 'Daleks Invasion Earth - 2150 AD' the Doctor travels to a future London where the Daleks have enslaved the human population.



Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)

Cast
Peter Cushing .... Dr. Who
Roy Castle .... Ian
Jennie Linden .... Barbara
Roberta Tovey .... Susan
Barrie Ingham .... Alydon
Michael Coles .... Ganatus
Geoffrey Toone .... Temmosus
Mark Peterson .... Elydon
John Brown .... Antodus
Yvonne Antrobus .... Dyoni
rest of cast listed
John Bown .... Thal
Robert Jewell .... Dalek operator (as Robert Jewel)
Kevin Manser .... Dalek operator
Gerald Taylor .... Dalek operator

Directed by
Gordon Flemyng
Writing credits
Terry Nation story
Sydney Newman characters
Max Rosenberg
Milton Subotsky


Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. (1966)

Cast
Peter Cushing .... Dr. Who
Bernard Cribbins .... Tom Campbell
Ray Brooks .... David
Andrew Keir .... Wyler
Roberta Tovey .... Susan
Jill Curzon .... Louise
Roger Avon .... Wells
Keith Marsh .... Conway
Philip Madoc .... Brockley
Geoffrey Cheshire .... Roboman
Eddie Powell .... Thompson
Godfrey Quigley .... Dortmun
Kenneth Watson .... Craddock
Steve Peters .... Leader Roboman
Robert Jewell .... Leader Dalek Operator
Sheila Steafel .... Young woman

Directed by
Gordon Flemyng
Writing credits
Terry Nation story
Sydney Newman characters
Milton Subotsky
David Whitaker

 


 

 

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