Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. (1966)
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Policeman Tom Campbell stumbles into the TARDIS on a normal day and ends up being taken to 2150 A.D, by Dr. Who. The future seems to be deserted, but the group soon finds out that the world is currently being controlled by the evil DALEKS. Those who have still survived are in hiding, to prevent them from being turned into Robomen. Dr. Who teams up with the survivors in order to take down the Daleks.
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Daleks Invade Earth 2150 A.D.
Dr. Who: Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
Title: Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D.
Release Date: October 13, 2006
Runtime: 81 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 5.8
Buried.com Rating: 6.8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With D
MPAA Rating: PG
Peter Cushing ...Dr. Who
Bernard Cribbins ...Tom Campbell
Ray Brooks ...David
Andrew Keir ...Wyler
Roberta Tovey ...Susan
Jill Curzon ...Louise
Roger Avon ...Wells
Geoffrey Cheshire ...Roboman
Keith Marsh ...Conway
Philip Madoc ...Brockley
Steve Peters ...Leader Roboman
Eddie Powell ...Thompson
Godfrey Quigley ...Dortmun
Peter Reynolds ...Man on bicycle
Bernard Spear ...Man with carrier bag
Sheila Steafel ...young woman
Eileen Way ...Old woman
Kenneth Watson ...Craddock
John Wreford ...Robber
Robert Jewell ...Leader Dalek Operator
- [repeated line] Daleks: Exterminate!
Dr. Who: [after being found escaping from a Dalek] Back in the cell?
Dr. Who: Your bomb is designed to slide down this shaft, strike a fracture in the Earth's inner surface, and so release the magnetic core of our planet. But the fracture is near the meeting point of the magnetic influence of the North and South poles. One mistake, one deviation in the aiming of your bomb and enough magnetic energy will be released to destroy you. Dalek: There will be no mistake! These prisoners are to be exterminated! Dr. Who: One moment. You must listen to me. If you spare us, I can help you. I can show you how to neutralize this magnetism, so that your plan can be carried out with no danger to yourselves. Roboman Nine: Section. Roboman Nine as ordered. Halt! Dalek: Speak quickly! Dr. Who: But I, I'll show you. Look! [runs to the intercom] Dr. Who: Attentoon all Robomen! Attack the Daleks!
- This sequel to Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965) was to have been followed by a third film, to be based on the 1965 TV episode "The Chase." This was never made.
The rebel hideout in 2150 is prominently identified as Embankment station on the London Underground's Bakerloo and Northern Lines. There had actually been a station called Embankment once, but it was renamed in 1914; thus this was a suitable name for a fictional station. However, in 1976, 10 years after the movie was released, reality conformed to fiction when the station, now served by the Bakerloo and Northern Lines among others, was given back its original name of Embankment.
Stuntman Eddie Powell broke his ankle in a fall through an awning. He returned from hospital that afternoon with a cast on his leg and finished the scene. His brother, Joe Powell, who was also doing stunt work on the film, pulled off the Black Dalek's claw during a fight scene when he was playing one of the robomen and gets himself thrown down the bomb hole near the end of the movie. The claw magically reappeared in the next shot.
This film was part-financed by the company that makes "Sugar Puffs" cereal, in return for an exclusive merchandising deal. Several posters for "Sugar Puffs" cereal are visible during the movie, an early (for a British movie) example of product placement.
Peter Cushing agreed to do this film only if Roberta Tovey appeared
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