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"Doctor Who" Vincent and the Doctor (2010)

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Original Air Date:
5 June 2010 (Season 5, Episode 10)
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Visiting a museum, the Doctor and Amy are especially excited with the gallery for Vincent van Gogh. Many of van Gogh pieces are displayed... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Tony Curran ... Vincent
Nik Howden ... Maurice
Chrissie Cotterill ... Mother
Sarah Counsell ... Waitress
Morgan Overton ... School Child
Andrew Byrne ... School Child
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Bill Nighy ... Dr. Black (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Jonny Campbell 
 
Writing credits
Richard Curtis (written by)

Produced by
Steven Moffat .... executive producer
Patrick Schweitzer .... line producer
Patrick Schweitzer .... producer
Tracie Simpson .... producer
Piers Wenger .... executive producer
Beth Willis .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Murray Gold 
 
Cinematography by
Tony Slater-Ling (director of photography) (as Tony Slater Ling)
 
Film Editing by
Jamie Pearson 
 
Casting by
Andy Pryor 
 
Production Design by
Edward Thomas 
 
Art Direction by
Stephen Nicholas (supervising art director)
 
Set Decoration by
Keith Dunne 
 
Costume Design by
Ray Holman 
 
Makeup Department
Abi Brotherton .... makeup artist
Pam Mullins .... makeup supervisor
Morag Smith .... makeup artist
Barbara Southcott .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Chris Blatchford .... post-production supervisor
Ceres Doyle .... post-production supervisor
Rhys Griffiths .... unit manager
Holly Pullinger .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Bennett .... first assistant director
James Dehaviland .... second assistant director
Heddi-Joy Taylor .... third assistant director (as Heddi-Joy Taylor-Welch)
 
Art Department
Paul Aitken .... props master
Ben Austin .... set designer
Martin Broadbent .... dressing props
Tom Evans .... stand-by props
Scott Fisher .... construction chargehand
Keith Freeman .... stand-by rigger
Penny Howarth .... props maker
Matthew Hywel-Davies .... construction manager
James Iles .... storyboard artist
Barry Jones .... props fabrication manager
Rhys Jones .... dressing props
Peter McKinstry .... concept artist
Ben Morris .... production buyer
James North .... associate designer
Tristan Peatfield .... stand-by art director
John Pinkerton .... scenic artist
Amy Pope .... art department coordinator (as Amy Oakes)
Jackson Pope .... graphic artist
Will Pope .... stand-by carpenter
Nicholas Robatto .... props maker
Catherine Samuel .... props buyer
Phil Shellard .... stand-by props (as Phill Shellard)
John Whalley .... scenic artist
Matthew Wild .... props chargehand (as Matt Wild)
Shaun Williams .... concept artist (as Richard Shaun Williams)
Ellen Woods .... stand-by painter
 
Sound Department
Helen Dickson .... foley editor
Paul Jefferies .... sound effects editor
Paul McFadden .... supervising sound editor
Dafydd Parry .... boom operator
Tim Ricketts .... dubbing mixer
Bryn Thomas .... sound recordist
Jeff Welch .... sound maintenance engineer
Julie Ankerson .... foley artist (uncredited)
Mark Ayres .... sound remastering (uncredited)
Brian Hodgson .... sound effects (uncredited)
Dick Mills .... sound effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Cat Gregory .... visual effects editor
Zahra Al-Naib .... 3d artist (uncredited)
Tim Barter .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jenna Powell .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Neil Roche .... animation supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Crispin Layfield .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Adrian .... camera operator
Peter Chester .... best boy (as Pete Chester)
Ben Griffiths .... electrician
Tom Hartley .... camera assistant
Mark Hutchings .... gaffer
Albert James .... practical electrician
Bob Milton .... electrician
Matthew Poynter .... "b" camera operator
Steve Rees .... focus puller
John Robinson .... grip
Steve Slocombe .... electrician
Alan Tippetts .... electrician (as Alan Tippets)
Jonathan Vidgen .... camera assistant (as Jon Vidgen)
Vince McGahon .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Andy Brierley .... casting associate
Alice Purser .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lindsay Bonaccorsi .... crowd supervisor (as Lindsay Bonacorssi)
Maria Franchi .... costume assistant
Sara Morgan .... costume assistant
Bobbie Peach .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Mark Bright .... on-line conformer
Marie Brown .... post-production coordinator
Matthew Clarke .... on-line conformer
Becky Trotman .... 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
Emma Freud .... script editor
Non Eleri Hughes .... continuity
Laura Jenkins .... runner
Brian Minchin .... script editor
Nicola Eynon Price .... runner
Julie Scott .... production executive
Gareth Skelding .... location manager
Claire Thomas .... production management assistant
Ceri Tothill .... production accountant
Jess Van Niekerk .... production coordinator
Carole Wakefield .... assistant production accountant
Sian Warrilow .... production runner
Mark Burnett .... uncredited
Erika Milutin .... fixer: Croatia (uncredited)
Smiljan Tolj .... location manager: Croatia (uncredited)
Maroje Zanetic .... location manager: Croatia (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Martha Freud .... thanks
 
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Runtime:
47 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
After the broadcast in the UK, a special announcement broadcasting a suicide prevention number was made.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: The action is supposed to take place in Provence but the church that Van Gogh paints is in Auvers-sur-Oise, near Paris.See more »
Quotes:
The Doctor:Between you and me, in a hundred words, where do you think Van Gogh rates in the history of art?
Curator:Well... um... big question, but, to me Van Gogh is the finest painter of them all. Certainly the most popular, great painter of all time. The most beloved, his command of colour most magnificent. He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty...
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Movie Connections:
References Field of Dreams (1989)See more »
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42 out of 53 people found the following review useful.
Some people are reading too much into this, 7 June 2010
Author: from United Kingdom

I thought this episode was excellent. OK, so maybe the history may be a bit off (what? You mean Van Gogh wasn't tormented by an invisible chicken?!!) but the story telling and the poignant ending are first class as is the acting. The whole accent thing is irrelevant as is the language. Doctor Who history shows that the TARDIS translates all languages, hence it might be that on this occasion Mr Gogh's native tongue is translated in such a way it sounds Scottish. On the whole though, who cares? The story went at a fast pace, the characters were believable and the ending was extremely sad (even the death of the monster). You really feel for Van Gogh's illness and realise that he can't be saved. As the Doctor said, some points are fixed in time. My 12 year old, one of the lads, son was in tears. Any programme that can do this has to be a winner.

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