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Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks, Part Four

The Emperor Dalek acquires the Hand of Omega and prepares to unleash it on Earth, despite the Doctor's warning. Meanwhile, Ace confronts the Daleks' human traitor.

Episode Info


Episode number: 25x4
Production Number: 7H
Airdate: Wednesday October 26th, 1988


Alternate Airdates:

Ireland Oct 26, 1988

Guest Stars
Brian Miller (1)Brian Miller (1)
voiced Daleks
Recurring
Cy TownCy Town
As Dalek Operator
Recurring
Dursley McLindenDursley McLinden
As Mike
Recurring
George SewellGeorge Sewell
As Ratcliffe
Recurring
Hugh SpightHugh Spight
As Black Dalek Operator
Recurring
Jasmine BreaksJasmine Breaks
As The Girl
Recurring
John Scott MartinJohn Scott Martin
As Dalek Operator
Recurring
Karen GledhillKaren Gledhill
As Allison
Recurring
Pamela SalemPamela Salem
As Rachel
Recurring
Roy SkeltonRoy Skelton
voiced Daleks
Recurring
Royce MillsRoyce Mills
voiced Daleks
Recurring
Simon WilliamsSimon Williams
As Gilmore
Recurring
Terry MolloyTerry Molloy
As Davros
Recurring
Tony StarrTony Starr
As Dalek Operator
Recurring
Main Cast
Sylvester McCoySylvester McCoy
As The Seventh Doctor
Episode Notes
Davros is revealed to be the current Emperor of the Daleks, something that the design of the "Imperial Daleks" (The Daleks of Planet Necros) strongly implied throughout the serial



Episode Quotes
Davros: Have pity on me!
The Doctor: I have pity for you! Goodbye, Davros. It hasn't been pleasant!

Ace: Doctor, we did good, didn't we?
The Doctor: Perhaps. Time will tell. Always does.

Davros: (laughs) You flatter yourself, Doctor. In the end, you were merely another Time Lord!
The Doctor: Oh Davros, I am far more than just another Time Lord.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorSydney Newman
ProducerJohn Nathan-Turner
 
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