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"Doctor Who" Partners in Crime (2008)

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Original Air Date:
5 April 2008 (Season 4, Episode 1)
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Plot:
With a new weight-loss pill tested in London by Adipose Industries, The Doctor goes to investigate the sinister truth behind the product, only to find out that his old friend Donna Noble is investigating as well. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (verified as complete)

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Catherine Tate ... Donna Noble

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Sarah Lancashire ... Miss Foster

Bernard Cribbins ... Wilfred Mott

Jacqueline King ... Sylvia Noble
Verona Joseph ... Penny Carter

Jessica Gunning ... Stacey Harris
Martin Ball ... Roger Davey
Rachid Sabitri ... Craig Staniland
Chandra Ruegg ... Clare Pope
Sue Kelvin ... Suzette Chambers
Jonathan Stratt ... Taxi Driver
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ruari Mears ... 1st Foster Guard (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
James Strong 
 
Writing credits
Russell T. Davies (written by)

Produced by
Phil Collinson .... producer
Russell T. Davies .... executive producer
Julie Gardner .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Murray Gold 
 
Cinematography by
Ernest Vincze (director of photography) (as Ernie Vincze)
 
Film Editing by
Mike Jones 
 
Casting by
Andy Pryor 
 
Production Design by
Edward Thomas 
 
Art Direction by
Arwel Jones (supervising art director) (as Arwel Wyn Jones)
 
Set Decoration by
Malin Lindholm 
 
Costume Design by
Louise Page 
 
Makeup Department
Pam Mullins .... makeup artist
John Munro .... makeup artist
Steve Smith .... makeup artist
Barbara Southcott .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Chris Blatchford .... post-production supervisor
Rhys Griffiths .... unit manager
Samantha Hall .... post-production supervisor
Tracie Simpson .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James Blackwell .... first assistant director
Sarah Davies .... third assistant director
Jennie Fava .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Paul Aitken .... property master
Keith Freeman .... stand-by rigger
Matthew Hywel-Davies .... construction manager
Barry Jones .... senior props maker
Jonathan Marquand Allison .... art department production manager (as Jonathan Allison)
Nick Murray .... stand-by props
Stephen Nicholas .... chief supervising art director
James North .... associate designer
John Pinkerton .... scenic artist
Amy Pope .... art department coordinator
Will Pope .... stand-by carpenter
Nicholas Robatto .... props maker (as Nick Robatto)
Al Roberts .... design assistant
Catherine Samuel .... props buyer
Phil Shellard .... stand-by props (as Phill Shellard)
Ciaran Thompson .... stand-by art director
Matthew Wild .... dressing chargehand
Shaun Williams .... storyboard artist
Ellen Woods .... stand-by painter
 
Sound Department
Kelly-Marie Angell .... foley editor
Julian Howarth .... sound recordist
Paul Jefferies .... sound effects editor
Paul McFadden .... supervising sound editor
Tim Ricketts .... dubbing mixer
Jeff Welch .... boom operator
Julie Ankerson .... foley artist (uncredited)
Mark Ayres .... sound remastering (uncredited)
Darran Clement .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Brian Hodgson .... sound effects (uncredited)
Dick Mills .... sound effects (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Ben Ashmore .... special effects coordinator
Neill Gorton .... prosthetics designer
Danny Hargreaves .... special effects supervisor
Rob Mayor .... prosthetics supervisor
Craig Leong .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Murray Barber .... 2D artist
Tim Barter .... 2D artist
Bryan Bartlett .... 2D artist
Sara Bennett .... 2D artist
Serena Cacciato .... 3D artist
Will Cohen .... visual effects producer
Loraine Cooper .... 2D artist
Barney Curnow .... visual effects supervisor
Ceres Doyle .... visual effects editor
Simon C. Holden .... 2D artist
Dave Houghton .... visual effects supervisor
Rebecca Johnson .... visual effects coordinator
Marie A. Jones .... visual effects producer (as Marie Jones)
David Levy .... 3D artist (as Dave Levy)
Matthew McKinney .... 3D artist (as Matt McKinney)
James Moxon .... 2D artist
Marianne Paton .... visual effects production assistant
Jenna Powell .... visual effects coordinator
Stephen Regelous .... 3D artist
Greg Spencer .... 2D artist
Tim Barter .... on-set visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Charlie Bennett .... digital matte painter (uncredited)
Nicolas Hernandez .... 3D supervisor (uncredited)
Russell Horth .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Will Pryor .... visual effects (uncredited)
Neil Roche .... animator (uncredited)
Janak Thakker .... senior character animator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tom Lucy .... stunt coordinator
Derek Lea .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Julian Barber .... camera operator
Peter Chester .... best boy
Ben Griffiths .... electrician
Mark Hutchings .... gaffer
Clive Johnson .... electrician
Steve Rees .... focus puller
John Robinson .... grip
Steve Slocombe .... electrician
Rory Taylor .... camera operator
Stuart Brereton .... additional photography (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Andy Brierley .... casting associate
Amy Rogers .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lindsay Bonaccorsi .... costume supervisor
Rose Goodheart .... assistant costume designer (as Rose Goodhart)
Barbara Harrington .... costume assistant
Louise Martin .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Mark Bright .... on-line editor
Marie Brown .... post-production coordinator
Matthew Clarke .... on-line editor
Carmen Roberts .... assistant editor
Mick Vincent .... colorist
 
Music Department
Ron Grainer .... composer: original theme music
Dave Foster .... music preparation (uncredited)
Murray Gold .... music arranger: theme music (uncredited)
Jake Jackson .... music mixer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Olivier Ager .... production accountant (as Oliver Ager)
Lindsey Alford .... script editor
Kath Blackman .... contracts assistant
Nicola Brown .... production runner
Debi Griffiths .... assistant production coordinator
Sheila Johnston .... continuity
Kevin Myers .... production secretary
Andy Newbery .... floor runner
Chris Rogers .... finance manager
Julie Scott .... production executive
Gareth Skelding .... location manager
Jess Van Niekerk .... production coordinator
Russell T. Davies .... showrunner (uncredited)
Heddi-Joy Taylor .... floor runner (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Howard Attfield .... in memory of
 
Crew believed to be complete


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48 min
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Trivia:
In the close-up views of Miss Foster, while she is giving her promotional talk on the Adipose diet pill, only the letters D-U-S-T from the word "industries" are visible on the screen behind her, the rest of the word is outside the frame. This may be a deliberate reference to "Little Britain" (2003), in which Matt Lucas portrays (amongst other characters) Marjorie Dawes: a 'Fat Fighters' group leader who has the word "dust" as one of her catchphrases.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: At the end of the episode, Donna piles suitcases in the Doctor's arms in preparation to leave with him in the TARDIS, and places a striped hat box on top. The bags stay that way for a while as the camera cuts back and forth between them, and you can see the stack of luggage as the camera films the Doctor from behind. Then, as soon as the camera cuts back to the Doctor's face when Donna leaves to give her mother the car keys, suddenly he has one bag under his arm and another in his hand, and the rest of the bags are on the ground with the hat box stacked neatly on top.See more »
Quotes:
[mouthing words silently and exaggeratedly]
The Doctor:Donna?
Donna Noble:Doc-tor!
The Doctor:Wh - what - w - what?
Donna Noble:Oh! My! *God*!
The Doctor:How?
Donna Noble:[pointing at her face with both hands] It's me!
The Doctor:[nodding, gesturing to eyes, then Donna] Yeah, I can see that.
Donna Noble:[pointing to where she's standing, then two thumbs up] Oh, this... is... *brilliant*!
The Doctor:[pointing thrice at Donna] W - wha - what the hell are *you* *doing* *there*?
[...]
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26 out of 48 people found the following review useful.
Sheer fluff, 10 May 2008
Author: movieman_kev from United States

The Fourth season opens with the reintroducing of one of the most annoying characters in recent Doctor Who memory, (no not the Slitheen, let's hopefully NEVER see them again, knock on wood) Catherine Tate as reprising her role of Donna Noble from 'the Runaway Bride'. She and the Doctor are both separately looking into Adipose industries and their testing of a new weight-loss product that has some strange side effects.

OK, first the good news Tate isn't nearly as grating as she was on the Christmas special she was on, that in itself is cause to celebrate. But that celebration is sort lived when one realizes that the story is lacking at it's core and has nothing to show for it than miniature Staypuft Marshmellow man made of body fat. Way too silly to be taken at all seriously. The only thing going for the episode is a small cameo near the end.

My Grade: C-

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