Doctor who and the daleks
- Doctor who? Peter Cushing’s Dr Who and the Daleks turns 50
- Dr Who and the Daleks recap: the non-canon version with doddery Doctor
- Dr. Who and the Daleks
Doctor who? Peter Cushing’s Dr Who and the Daleks turns 50
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Talk about it here. It stars Peter Cushing as a human scientist named " Dr. Who " who invents Tardis and takes his companions on a journey to the planet Skaro , where they help the peace-loving Thals battle the evil Daleks. Accidentally thrown together, Dr. Who Peter Cushing , his granddaughters, and their friend Ian cross the universe in Who's new invention, the space and time machine known as " Tardis ". When they land on the planet Skaro, the travellers meet the kind and placid Thals, who live in fear of the dreaded Daleks.
Today, as you might have noticed , is the Day of the Doctor. Doctor Who's 50th anniversary is here, and it's an event on an unprecedented scale. A special episode — an extended, all-star, 3D special episode — is being shown around the world tonight, on TV and in cinemas, as the cherry on top of an almighty celebration. The Doctor, in all his incarnations, has become a true treasure. Well, almost all his incarnations. While we're all gasping and cheering and hiding behind our sofas at whatever Steven Moffat has planned for us tonight, Dr Who and the Daleks — the non-canon Peter Cushing feature film from — is kicking its heels over on Channel 5. It's an embarrassing relegation for an often-overlooked part of Whovian history.
Dr Who and the Daleks recap: the non-canon version with doddery Doctor
Dr. Who and the Daleks
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Sign in. See the list. Title: Dr. Who and the Daleks The Daleks' fiendish plot in against Earth and its people is foiled when Dr.
Who and the Daleks is a British science fiction film directed by Gordon Flemyng and written by Milton Subotsky , and the first of two films based on the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who. It stars Peter Cushing as Dr. It was followed by Daleks' Invasion Earth A. Filmed in Technicolor , it is the first Doctor Who story to be made in colour and in a widescreen format. The film was not intended to form part of the ongoing story-lines of the television series. Elements from the programme are used, however, such as various characters, the Daleks and a police box time machine, albeit in re-imagined forms.