Doctor Who: Season 21, Episode 11

Resurrection of the Daleks: Part One (8 Feb. 1984)

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A time corridor forces the Doctor to the London docklands on present-day Earth where a bomb squad watches over some strange, alien canisters. At the other end, a battle cruiser lunches an ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Janet Fielding ...
Mark Strickson ...
Rodney Bewes ...
QuarterMaster Sgt. Stien
Rula Lenska ...
Del Henney ...
Colonel Archer
Maurice Colbourne ...
Commander Lytton
Chloe Ashcroft ...
Professor Laird
Philip McGough ...
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Terry Molloy ...
Jim Findley ...
Sneh Gupta ...
Roger Davenport ...
Jonathan Adam-Baker ...
Crewmember (as John Adam Baker)
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A time corridor forces the Doctor to the London docklands on present-day Earth where a bomb squad watches over some strange, alien canisters. At the other end, a battle cruiser lunches an assault on a prison space station that holds just one prisoner - Davros, creator of the Daleks. Written by statmanjeff

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dalek | celery | 1980s | australian


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It was Rodney Bewes' idea to give Stein a stutter. See more »


The studio technician operating Davros' lab's sliding door can be seen silhouetted behind the semi-transparent wall. When the door closes, he straightens up and leaves. See more »


Sgt. Calder: [searching for a Dalek] What's it look like?
The Doctor: Oh, you won't mistake it. The moment you find it it'll try and kill you.
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Featured in Would I Lie to You?: Episode #1.1 (2007) See more »

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quiet good for a darvos story
14 December 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

OK this is a review for both two parts I was a huge fan of the new series since after watching some of the old eps with the 9th doctor and series 2 of the 10th doctor I want to get some of the classic eps out on DVD and this dalek story was my first one to get on DVD Resurrection of the daleks may not be the best dalek story of all time but its not as bad as Fear her for the new series. Their are few things I don't like in this eps 1.not enough daleks 2. darvos was overused in this eps I really think he could appear less 3. the wired faces scare me but all in all Resurrection is a good story but not as good as the other dalek stories like The daleks or Planet of the daleks its still wrath watching. if your a darvos then you will enjoy this eps but if your not then watch day of the daleks instead 7 out of 10 wrath watching

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