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"Victory of the Daleks"
Series Doctor Who
Season 31/5, Episode 3
Doctor Who 5x03 001
Air date April 17th, 2010
Writers Mark Gatiss
Director Andrew Gunn
Producers Steven Moffat; Patrick Schweitzer; Tracie Simpson; Piers Wenger; Beth Willis
Starring Matt Smith; Karen Gillan
Episode guide
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"The Beast Below"
Next
"The Time of Angels"

"Victory of the Daleks" is the third episode of season five of the 2005 British science fiction/action revival series Doctor Who. It is the fifty-eighth episode of the series overall and the 753rd episode of all Doctor Who episodes combined. It was directed by Andrew Gunn with a script written by Mark Gatiss. It premiered on Saturday, April 17th, 2010 in the United States on Syfy and BBC America.

Cast Edit

Starring Edit

Actor Role
Matt Smith The Doctor
Karen Gillan Amy Pond

Guest Starring Edit

Actor Role
Ian McNeice Winston Churchill
Bill Paterson Bracewell
Nina De Cosimo Blanche
Tim Wallers Childers
Nicholas Pegg Dalek
Barnaby Edwards Dalek
Nicholas Briggs Dalek (voice)
Susannah Fielding Lilian
James Albrecht Todd
Colin Prockter Air raid warden

Co-Starring Edit

Actor Role
Jonathan Battersby Tall thin man
Trevor Coppola William
Mark Gatiss Danny Boy
Jamall Nasir Civil servant

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Media

The World of Doctor Who

Doctor Who miscellaneous

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