Daleks’ Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. | 1966 | Peter Cushing, Bernard Cribbins

Daleks’ Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. | 1966 | Peter Cushing, Bernard Cribbins

When the good doctor and his young companions take a trip in their time travelling police box, the Tardis, they find themselves in a future menaced by the Daleks. London has been reduced to rubble, resistance groups have been driven underground and the population enslaved. With special effects as tacky as in the original TV series and little sense of suspense or danger this is one for nostalgia fans and cult TV addicts only. That said, Peter Cushing is always a pleasure to watch and the tin pot tyrants can still exercise a thrill for those of us who remember watching them from behind the sofa.

Peter Cushing as Doctor Who
Bernard Cribbins as Tom Campbell
Ray Brooks as David
Andrew Keir as Wyler
Roberta Tovey as Susan
Jill Curzon as Louise
Roger Avon as Wells
Geoffrey Cheshire as Roboman
Keith Marsh as Conway
Philip Madoc as Brockley
Steve Peters as Lead Roboman
Eddie Powell as Thompson

Art Direction: George Provis
Director Of Photography: John Wilcox
Special Effects: Ted Samuels
Additional Writing: David Whitaker
Director: Gordon Flemyng
Editor: Ann Chegwidden
Producer: Max Rosenberg
Producer: Milton Subotsky
Executive Producer: Joe Vegoda
Original Music Composer: Bill Mcguffie
Screenplay: Milton Subotsky
Original Story: Terry Nation

UK | 81 minutes | 1966



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