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Resurrection of the Daleks: Part Two 

While Davros looks into solving a small problem offered up by the Movellans, the Daleks have not overlooked the Time Lords for all their years of interest and attention paid them, hoping to... See full summary »

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While Davros looks into solving a small problem offered up by the Movellans, the Daleks have not overlooked the Time Lords for all their years of interest and attention paid them, hoping to make of the Doctor and his companions emissaries of their appreciation, in order to thank them all to the fullest and permanently. Written by statmanjeff

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15 February 1984 (UK)  »

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Trivia

Davros was supposed to be killed off for good in this episode. However, the estate of Terry Nation objected. See more »

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After checking his escape hatch, Davros says "Now, for the Daleks", and breaks a vial / smoke canister. As the line is spoken, his lips do not move at all. See more »

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Davros: [staring into the business end of the Doctor's gun] You hesitate Doctor. If I were you I would be dead.
The Doctor: I lack your practice, Davros.
Davros: You are soft, like all Time Lords. You prefer to stand and watch. Action requires courage. Something you lack.
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Featured in Daleks! Conquer and Destroy (2010) See more »

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Brave heart Tegan
23 May 2017 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Doctor and co. continue to battle Daleks, Davros and Guards galore, double crossing galore, and a big choice for a much loved companion to make.

Another bloodthirsty episode, with lots of death and destruction, it's quite a dark story, lacking any real humour.

I prefer the second instalment over the first, the story is more cohesive, again with some brilliant concepts, notably the Dalek plan to duplicate the Doctor, his companions, and to send them to Galifrey to assassinate The High Council, what a brilliant concept, pity that wasn't expanded on later on, could have been the start of the Time War.

The duplication scenes look very strong, the use of old material is frequently done, but looks great here, even with the bubble wrap. I absolutely love the scenery of London, at a time when it's seriously beginning to change, The Docklands etc, what a fabulous piece of history that is.

It's not all good, again more boring dialogue, especially The Supreme Dalek, sounds too clunky. Not sure about the attack of the killer shaving foam, and again Rodney is not great, but all in it's a fun, if floored blood fest.


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