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Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis (1993)

A documentary celebrating the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who (1963), featuring new interviews, rare archive footage and recently discovered material.

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Himself - Presenter
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Daleks (voice)
Josh Maguire ...
The Boy
Toby Aspin
Heather Tracy ...
Auton (as Heather Barker)
Daniel Cohen
Steve Gostelow ...
Dalek / Cyber Controller
Derek Handley
Alistair Lock
Stephen Mansfield
David Miller
Nicholas Pegg ...
Cyber Leader (as Nick Pegg)
Adrian Rigelsford ...
Newspaper Vendor
Gary Russell ...
Himself / Auton
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A specially extended video edition of the documentary filmed to mark the 30th anniversary of the long-running BBC Science Fiction serial, "Doctor Who". Linked by specially filmed footage featuring members of the cast from the series and various old foes & monsters, the show is explored in depth and there are interviews with members of the cast & production team plus input from experts, critics and fans, as well as plenty of (often rarely seen) archive footage and clips from the series. Written by Anonymous

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29 November 1993 (UK)  »

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Doctor Who: More Than 30 Years in the Tardis  »

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Lowri Turner's name is misspelled "Lowrie Turner" in the caption. See more »

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Emperor Dalek: All allies of the Doctor beware. The daleks have not been defeated, we shall return!
Daleks: We shall return, we shall return.
[the camera pulls back to reveal hundreds of daleks and dalek hovercrafts]
Emperor DalekDaleks: WE SHALL RETURN! WE SHALL RETURN! WE SHALL RETURN!
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A loving tribute to the one of the best
13 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

The documentary gives a great overview of the past, present and (perhaps the lack of) the future of Doctor Who, the British TV institution.

Interviews include former actors, producers, and directors from Who, and celebrity memories of the show.

A fitting tribute to a wonderful show: If you like Dr Who, then this is a must~


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