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Terror Nation: Terry Nation and Doctor Who (2007)

A documentary looking at the Doctor Who (1963) work of writer Terry Nation. This appears as an extra on the 'Destiny of the Daleks' DVD.
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Terry Nation ...
Himself (archive footage)
Richard Martin ...
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Terrance Dicks ...
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Himself
Barry Letts ...
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Philip Hinchcliffe ...
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Susan Foreman (archive footage)
David Gooderson ...
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Vaber (archive footage)
Joy Harrison ...
Jill Tarrant (archive footage)
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The Doctor (archive footage)
Jacqueline Hill ...
Barbara Wright (archive footage)
Bernard Horsfall ...
Taron (archive footage)
Peter Miles ...
Nyder (archive footage)
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A documentary looking at the Doctor Who (1963) work of writer Terry Nation. This appears as an extra on the 'Destiny of the Daleks' DVD.

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The Dalek Creator
6 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This documentary had so much potential. All it had to do was tell us something interesting about Terry Nation and it pretty much failed on all counts. I really learnt nothing about the man. This piece was clearly well researched but weaving this into an entertaining story appeared to bewilder the production team that made it. Why were they so obsessed with pretty much just covering Terry's Doctor Who career although it did move off this some questions had to be answered like: Where did the bloke grow up? What were his parents doing? How was his life? these seem like obvious documentary questions that for some reason were just plain ignored. Really bad and actually I found myself sleeping toward the end.


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