Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966) - full transcript

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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He must have pulled open the door
just as I de-magnetised it.

He's got a terrible bump on his head.

Oh, nothing
that a little fresh air won't cure.

I'll see what's going on outside.

'Hey, police! Hey, stop 'em!

'They're getting away!'

He'll just have to come with us,
that's all.

Hey, police!

- What's going on here then?
- Smash and grab.

Cor, what another one?
It's always happening round here.

'Ere the robbers!

- Can I use your telephone?
- What is your name, young man?

Tom Campbell.
Special Constabulary K. Division.

Yes, yes, yes.
And can you tell me the date?

The date?

Oh, I see, you want to know if I'm all right.
Yes, it's March the 31st.

Now, can I use your telephone?

We're arriving, Grandfather.

Oh, good.

I'm afraid, you can't use the telephone.

For one thing we haven't got one.

And even if we had,
I don't think it would do any good.

Not in 2150 A.D.

- 2150?
- That's right.

Allow me to introduce myself.

I am Dr Who,

- this is my niece Louise...
- Hello.

and my granddaughter Susan.

And this is my time and space machine,

It is capable of taking us to any age
on any planet in any universe.

You arrived just as we were about to leave
for London in the year...

Yes, I know, 2150.

You don't seem to realise,
there's been a serious crime committed.

I don't know what you're all up to.
I ought to report you for this.


It's all different!

Well, I told you to believe him.

- But it's daytime.
- Are you sure it's 2150?

Yes, quite sure, Susie.

But Grandfather, it looks so deserted.

I should say decaying.

- Well, what's happened to London then?
- Maybe it's Sunday.

Of course it's not Sunday.
I'm playing football Sunday!

Come on, Louise,
let's investigate over here.

No machines, no voices.

And there aren't any birds!

That bloke must have hit me
harder than I thought.


Come here!

Look out!

Thank you, my boy.


- We'll never shift this lot.
- There's a warehouse over there.

Let's see if we can find
a crowbar or something.

- I think I've hurt my ankle.
- Oh, Susie.

You'd better stay here with Louise.

Come along, young man,
don't stand there dithering.

Look, Doc, I don't understand this at all,
all this moving forward in time.

And what about the inside of that thing?

Well, on the outside it's ordinary enough,
but inside it's the size of a house.

Ah, my boy,
I like an enquiring mind.

Just as time is regarded
as the fourth dimension,

so space is equally the fifth dimension.

For space knows no boundaries
and is completely timeless.

There. I'm sure that's made it
perfectly clear, eh?

Oh, yeah, perfectly clear... to me.

There is another question
I'd like to put to you, Doctor.

Doctor? Where are you?
Oh, there you are.

Look, Doctor, if you can travel anywhere...

Try around here.





No noise, and I'll let you go.

- Where's Susan? What have you done with her?
- The kid's all right.

You must be stupid
moving about in the open like this.

- Where are we going?
- You want to see the girl, don't you?

- Yes, but...
- Well, come on then.

He's dead.

Doctor, the radio.

Certainly a receiver of some sort.

Oh, it's highly advanced -
miniature antennae.


Let's get back.

That could be the killer.

Well, we'd better investigate.

Come on.

Doc, give me...

Pull me in.

Thank you, Doctor.

I can't see the girls anywhere.
Where have they gone?

Come on!

- Quite remarkable.
- It's a flying saucer!

Yes, that's a very apt description.

Well, it appears to be landing
in the vicinity of Sloane Square.

Come on, Doc,
let's find the girls and get out of here.


- Oh, thank heavens you're all right.
- Come on, keep moving.

- What about the others?
- What others?

My grandfather and a policeman called Tom.

I'll go back for them later.
Come on.

- Any sign of them?
- No.

Let's try over here.

- We're nearly there.
- Wyler.

- Who are these two?
- I found them down by the river.

I was nearly caught at the warehouse.

There were two of them -
an old man and a young man.

That must have been my grandfather and Tom.

- The Robomen know about the warehouse.
- Are you sure?

There was a Roboman waiting for me.
I had to kill him.

Then these other two arrived.

I didn't know who they were
so I came out the back way.

Please get my grandfather.

- I'll try.
- No! It's too dangerous.

- I'll try.
- Thanks.

This is Susan's.
It's wet.

Perhaps Louise was bathing her ankle.

- Yeah. They might be down by the river.
- Yes.


Behind you!


Take the prisoners to the space ship.


Intercept escaping human in river area.

Intercept escaping human in river area.

- New recruits, Wyler?
- I picked them up near the river.

Came down on a boat, eh?
Trying for the coast.

But you couldn't get through to London, eh?

Well, we can use you -
you'll be safe here.

'Attention! Attention!

'Survivors of London,

'the Daleks are the masters of Earth.'

The Daleks?

'Surrender now and you will live.

'Resist and you will be exterminated.

'Show yourselves in the streets immediately

'and obey the orders of your masters,
the Daleks!'

Obey motorised dustbins!
We'll see about that.

Good. Keep that gun well oiled!

We'll show them who the masters are!
We'll show them.

Hey, what's going on?

We can't stay here, we must go.

Don't be silly, you can't go out there.
You're safe here.

But what about the others outside?

Ah, stop worrying,
they're sure to be all right.

But it's my grandfather.

Well, it's no good,
the streets will be crawling with Daleks.

- What's this?
- There's another two of 'em out there.

There's nothing we can do for them.
I'm sorry.

- What's going to happen?
- No one's absolutely certain.

They've turned the whole of Bedfordshire
into a gigantic mining area.

I'd say they're burrowing right down
to the Earth's core, but don't ask me why.

- They'll blow this planet to bits.
- Do you think we'll let them?

They've bombarded us
with meteorites,

subjected us to cosmic rays,
smashed our cities,

destroyed whole continents of people.

Some of us,
they've turned into living dead...


Thousands of others
are dying inside their mine,

but I'll tell you this, Wyler,
the wheel's turning full circle.

- Our day's coming!
- Maybe.

I was just too late.

They were both captured
and taken to one of the flying saucers.

What will they do with them?

I don't know.

I do not understand it.

The Daleks were destroyed.
I was there, I saw it happen.

- When was this?
- Well, I don't know.

TARDIS took us by accident
to the Dalek planet, Skaro,

but perhaps that was
some time in the future.

Those Daleks could only travel on metal.
These are...

This man killed
the other two men in my patrol.

Then you shall replace them.

Join the other prisoners.

Continue your patrol.

We'll have to make a break.

- Once they get us inside the saucer...
- Ah, there isn't a hope.

Isn't there? Watch me.

Thompson, come back!

Come back, Thompson,
you'll never make it!


Thompson, look out they're...

Look out there!



will proceed into the ship.

Any further resistance
will be dealt with in the same way.

How long will the saucer
stay on the ground?

Just fix this in there... that's it.

Until they've got enough prisoners
to take to the mine, I suppose.

- Do they take them all to the mine?
- Yes, of course.

Well, look I've never been
inside a saucer - how do I know?

Is that where they
robotise the prisoners?


First three prisoners.

Next three prisoners.

Forward, last three prisoners.

All Daleks,
return to Central Control...


They're going.

Now, if they've only left the exit ramp down.

Do you think they're going to let you walk out?

- Turn out your pockets, both of you.
- How are you going to get the door open?

- I'll show you if I can find what I want.
- I've got some loose change and a pen.

No, I need something non-conductive.

I've got a comb here, Doctor.

Yes, I believe that will do the trick nicely.

- Excellent.
- Well, what's the idea?

These doors are closed by magnetics.

All we have to do is to break the two poles.

- Oh, is that all?
- Yes.

Yes, here.
We have to force our comb in here.

Come along.

- Back in the cell?
- Stay where you are.

You have passed the intelligence test
by escaping.

And what are you going to do with us?

You will be robotised.


Rebels of London,
this is our final warning.

Leave your hiding places.

'Show yourselves in the streets.

'Work is needed from you,

'but the Daleks offer you life.

'Soon we will destroy London completely,

'and you will all die.

'This is your last chance
to come out of your hiding places.'

We'll come out of our hiding places
and fight.

We can do it, Wyler,
we can do it with these bombs.

And how do we get
near enough to throw them?

- Show me. Go on, show me!
- Well, at least we can make the gesture.

- With people?
- Why not?

- Forget it!
- Wyler...

- Robotising process completed.
- Release them.

Obey Daleks without question.

We obey without question.

Patrol area near this space ship.

Move into the compartments.


Prepare robotising process.


We're taking the prisoners
to the space ship.

What sector
do these prisoners come from?

Sector 4.

No patrol has been allotted
to Sector 4.

General alert! All Daleks to main ramp.
We are under attack.

Emergency! Emergency!

Shall we stop the robotising?

No, proceed.

Come on!

That's it. Get down.

Thanks, mate.

Careful! Spin him around!

It's stuck.

Never mind, leave him!

All Robomen return into action!

Destroy invaders!

Come on!

Where's the girl?
Have you seen the girl?

Listen, where's the girl?

Exterminate rebels!
Exterminate rebels!

Exterminate rebels!
Exterminate rebels!

- This way, come on.
- No, but...

No, come on!

They're no good.
The bombs are no good.

Exterminate! Exterminate!

Exterminate! Exterminate!




Daleks and Robomen
return to space ship.

No, I'm all right.

I'm the only one, eh?

Yes, you're the first.

Or the last.

What happened?

It was a failure.

We managed to get
one or two prisoners away, but...

What about my grandfather?

- An oldish man, thin faced?
- Yes.

I think he's with David.

Your bombs were no good.
We didn't have a chance.

We've got to go on resisting, we must.

But you can't fight metal
with flesh and blood.

'An attack on the Dalek space ship
has been defeated.'

- We'll have to get away from here.
- Right.

We'll make our way to the outskirts of London.

We'll pick up a van there.
There's plenty of transport lying about.

Then we'll hide out in the country somewhere
till we can re-group.

What about my grandfather and Louise?

Well, if they're with David
they'll come back here.

Leave a message.

It's all right. It's me, it's Tom.

- Look, don't talk.
- Tom.

There's a marvellous place to hide
over here, come on.

Behind this thing.

- What's happened now?
- What have you done?

Stop it.

Try and stop it.

Look, don't let it...

Try the top one there.

Come here.

Lift that up.

Come on.

- What are you doing here?
- I was trapped in the raid.

So was I.
I saw the Doctor escape though.

- He's all right then, is he?
- I think so.

Get me out of this thing, will you?

No signs of the Daleks anyway.

Dortmun and the others
must have decided to move on.

- Yes, but where have they gone?
- I don't know.

- Susan was here you say, and Louise?
- Yes.

- You should have made them stay.
- They wouldn't listen.

- You should have made them listen!
- All right!

This may give us some idea
of where they've gone.

Yes, that's the big mine area.
Dortmun must have ringed it.

He was a geologist once.
Had some pretty wild ideas

about what the Daleks were up to
in that mine.

There's nothing wild about these notes.

A lot of well-informed guesswork
I should say.

Well, aren't we going to stay here?
It'll be safe enough.

I don't know about you,
young man,

but I am going to that mine
in Bedfordshire.

You er... you don't have to come,
you know?

I always did prefer the country.

Most unlike Susan
not to leave me a message.

I wonder if the Constable's up there?


I wonder where they're taking us.

I don't know,
we might be stuck here for days.

When we land, I wonder
if we could get out of that disposal chute?

I don't know.

More prisoners.

At least we know
your grandfather isn't one of them.

- Come on, we'd better be going.
- Right, Susan, in you get.

- I'll open the doors.
- No, I'll get them.

Go on!
I can manage.


Dortmun, come back!

Don't be a fool!



Patrol 9 to space ship!

Intercept escaping humans.

Intercept escaping humans
travelling in area 9.

Search for them.

We have located the rebel machine.

Prepare to annihilate.

What is it?

There's a flying saucer overhead.
It's coming closer.

You all right?

You still think this grandfather of yours
will follow you to Watford?

If he reads the message I left.

- Well, it's a long way on foot.
- We'll make it.

We'd better get started then.

You're right.

We'll have to by-pass Watford,
the place is full of Daleks.

Bit hilly though,
one up to Bedfordshire.

We must find out what they're up to.

- How far we got to go now?
- About three miles.


As I was saying, about three miles.

Everything's still.

The saucer's landed!

Come on!


I don't think we can get out this way.

- Well, we can't stay in the saucer either.
- All right.

I'll go first.

- All right?
- Yes.

Come on.

What is it?

Come on.


Stay where you are!

Who are you?


Why aren't you on your work detail?

- Just arrived, haven't you?
- Yes.

I thought
your clothes looked too clean.

Have you just escaped
out of that space ship that just landed?

You fools, you haven't a...

Follow me, I'll do the talking.

What are these two doing here?

I took them out of a work detail
to help me collect some tools.

They have no identification!

What do you think you're doing,
you crazy idiot?

The Daleks will miss him.
We've got to get rid of him.

Stick him under that tarpaulin.

That's it!

Go on, roll him in.

Now, come on,
show us where we can hide.

The tool shed over there,
that's your only chance.

I'll send you some food later.

- Boo!
- Cut that out.

I'm sorry.

Well, we can't get to Watford that way.
The Daleks are everywhere.

- I couldn't get any food either.
- Never mind.

There's a cottage just over there.

- Where?
- Across the stream.

- 'Ere, nobody saw you did they?
- No, but there's someone outside.

Let's take a look.

Come on!

Stop there!

We only want somewhere to rest
and a little food, if you've got it.

- Where are you from?
- London.

My friend's hurt his leg.

Where are you heading?

- The Daleks' mine in Bedfordshire.
- I thought you said Watford.

Grandfather won't stay there
when he finds it's full of Daleks.

I think he'll go on to the mine.
He's bound to be curious.

Can we come in?

You were lucky to get this far.
The patrols are everywhere.

They never stop, day or night.

Yes, I know.

They nearly got us.

Why haven't the patrols taken you?
They must know you're here.

Oh, they know all right,
but we can't harm them.

We mend the clothes
of the slave workers.

We're more useful doing that
than working in the mine.

- Well, how do you manage for food?
- They give us some. Not enough.

Hungry most of the time.

OK. We'll just rest for a bit,
then push on.

Give them some of the soup.

You can't walk on that leg for a while.

You can stay here
till it's better if you like.

Thank you.

Mostly potatoes,
but there's a bit of meat in it,

- I'll have to deliver these clothes.
- Mind how you go.

I'll be careful.

You know what'll happen
if we go down into that mine, don't you?

- Chances are we'll never get out again.
- My boy...

this mine
is the centre of the Dalek activity.

Now, Dortmun has various theories
on the subject.

None of them conclusive,
but all based on one fundamental idea.

They want something
that's under the Earth.

Yes, but what? Minerals?
Most unlikely, don't you think?

Well, oil...

If we were in Texas or the Middle East,
I might agree.

But no...

No, the Daleks have a far greater reason,
a much more alien one.

Strong enough to make them
wage war on this planet.

They are not enslaving Earth
merely for conquest.

What they are doing in this mine
is the whole purpose of their invasion.

We must learn what that is

if we are to find out
where their weakness lies.

- The Daleks have no weakness.
- Everybody has a weak...

Don't try it!

Hold the rifle by the barrel.

Sling it over there.

- What is the meaning of this?
- Shut up!

What are you two jokers up to?

Sounded to me as if you wanted
to get into the mine.

We do.

Most people want to get out of it.

There's a sack up there. Get it!

It's full of food.
I'm taking it into the mine to sell.


There's only one safe way
in and out of the mine and I know it.

You can go with me
if you really want to.

This pays your fare.

Two singles, of course.
If you want returns that comes higher.

- Why should we trust you?
- You won't get in without me.

- And why are you willing to help us?
- It's my line of business.

Well, we're ready when you are.

Have you got a death wish
or something?

We'll stay here the night
and slip into the mine

when the early shift
goes on in the morning.


A tin of soup.

Another tin.


You've done well!

I knew they'd give us more food
if you told them.

Forward, or you will be exterminated.

Well, they wanted
to go to the mine anyway.

We'll never make it tonight.
The place is crawling with Daleks.

We'll just have to wait then, that's all.

Yeah, might manage it in the morning,
while they're having their breakfast.


Well, that smells good.

Yes, it does.

- Try some?
- Oh, thank you.

Come on.

All right, you can come out.
He's sent you some food.

- Not much I'm afraid, but it is something.
- Thanks a lot.

What are you going to do?
You can't stay here forever.

- Brockley?
- Who else?

- Doctor!
- Louise!

Keep your voices down!

- Who are those two?
- Two work lovers.

They wanted to be in on the big deal.
It's quite a reunion.

- Have you got the food?
- How about your end?

- I've got it.
- Let's see it then.

There's not as much as before.

Still, you can have the food.
I'm doing you a favour though.

Is that what it is?

- How much do you know about this mine?
- I know the work's nearly finished.

- Do you know what they're doing?
- Yes.

The Daleks are going to extract
the metallic core of the Earth.

Some insane idea of piloting the planet
and using it like a giant space ship.

- That's impossible!
- Maybe.

The Daleks say they've found
a fracture in the Earth's crust.

They're going to use that fracture
like a diamond cutter would.

They've set up an explosive device
to drop right through the fracture,

so the metallic core will burst out
and plunge towards the sun.

I haven't dared to tell the people.
This whole area may be blown to atoms.

- And the Daleks are nearly ready?
- They will be ready tonight.

Could you obtain
a plan of the mine workings?

I think I might arrange that.

The planet's outer core
has been penetrated.

The capsule containing the explosive
will now be made ready.

Engage circuit 4.

Pre-circuit 4 check commencing now.

Final pre-release check continuing.

Blast-off will take place as scheduled.

When the Earth's magnetic core
is extracted,

we can pilot this planet
to the vicinity of our own and occupy it.

This is obviously the main shaft,
bored by the Daleks,

leading straight to the fracture.

Alongside it here
is the original shaft of the old mine

which leads to the meeting point

of the magnetic influence
of the North and South Poles.

That shaft is boarded up now.

Yes, yes, yes, but it is my belief

that if we could somehow
deflect their device down the old mine,

the field of magnetism so released
would be powerful enough

to suck the Daleks
into the very core of the Earth.

- I know how we could deflect it.
- Good.

Tom, you go with him.

The rest of us
must cause some sort of diversion.

I'm not in the rest of us.

No, I didn't think you would be.
No profit in it, is there?

None. See you.

Now then you two - on your way.

- What kind of a diversion?
- You'll know when it happens.

And when it does get everybody away
from this area as fast as you can.

- Good luck.
- What do you want us to do?

I want you to take Louise
and find a good hiding place for her.

Then help get the people
away from the mine.

- Well, what about you?
- I shall stay here

- But...
- I have a reason.

- Why can't we stay here with you?
- No, it's time for you to go.

Take care of her.

- That was a bit close, wasn't it?
- Yeah.

It's not far now.

It's deserted here.

Come on.

The Dalek Control Room's
directly above us now.

The bomb's over our heads.

Where's the old shaft?

- Straight up.
- It would be, wouldn't it?

It's all right, it's Craddock.

Hey Craddock,
come and give us a hand.

Come on!

Go on! Go on!

So, you've come back, have you?

Look, I've just had a very good idea
to help you.


- I want to show you something.
- Is it safe?

Oh, yes, of course.

- I'm so sorry.
- Oh, don't apologise. I expected it.

You will come with me.

I told you he'd be here, didn't I?

- The rebel leader has been captured.
- Excellent.

Prepare to position capsule.

Capsule to forward position.


- Susan!
- Oh, I knew you'd find me.

You two wait with him.

Yes, and I've found Louise, too.

This is Mr Wyler -
he looked after me.

Thank you, Mr Wyler.
Thank you.

Why do they bring up all these people
to dig a mine with their bare hands?

Surely they could use a drill
and do the job in half the time.

I cannot explain that now,
but Dortmun was right - they have a bomb.



Reserve section Robomen 9

will come to Mine Control Centre.

Sections 8 and 10
to continue to patrol mine area.

This is the rebel leader.

You will be exterminated.

You may be interested
in something I have discovered.

I know your weakness!

The Daleks have no weakness!

Then why are you afraid
to dig our own mine, hmm?

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.

You are afraid of that magnetism,
are you not?

But you know
that it cannot harm human beings.

One mistake, one deviation
in the aiming of your bomb,

and enough magnetic energy
will be released to destroy you.

There will be no mistake.

Nothing can stop us now.

The prisoners are to be exterminated.

One moment -
you must listen to me.

If you spare us, I can help you.

I can show you
how to neutralise this magnetism -

so that your plan can be carried out
without danger to yourselves.

Reserve section Robomen 9
as ordered - halt!

Speak quickly.

But I... I'll show you - look!

Attention all Robomen -
attack the Daleks!

This order
cannot be countermanded.

Attack the Daleks!

Stop him!

Stop him! Stop him!


Robo rebellion has been defeated.'

Engage final release circuit

Rebel counter is now set at zero.

'Emergency - slaves escaping.

'Slaves escaping.'

Release the explosive device.

Order all Daleks to subdue the rebellion.

All Daleks proceed to control points.

Destroy all resistance.

Explosive device is now set.

Release will be at 20 Rels.

Explosion will be at 50 Rels.

Order all Daleks
to follow me to space ship at 40 Rels.

Explosive device is not on course.

It will detonate in 23 Rels.

Danger! Danger!

The device has exploded off course.

Abandon mine area!

Magnetic force past danger point.

Abandon mine area.

Abandon mine area!

Look out!

Oh, good, it's working!

Am affected by magnetic force.

Cannot control.

Cannot control.

Cannot control.

Cannot control.

Cannot control.


That's the finish of that lot anyway.

The end of all the Daleks
who invaded Earth, Wyler.

They'll never dare to land here again.

The power to destroy them
is at our feet.

Strong irresistible magnetic power -
from Mother Earth herself.

Same with everything else, you see?

There's always an answer to be found,
if you only dig deep enough.

I'm all ready, Doctor.


Oh, yes, yes, splendid, my boy -
a credit to the force.

Doctor? Doctor, you...

Doctor, you did say you'd put me back

a couple of minutes before the villains
robbed the jewellery store, didn't you?

Yes, and so I shall.

Don't worry, Tom.

Your destiny awaits you.

- Shall I release the doors, Grandfather?
- Yes, please, Susie.

- Good luck!
- Ta!

Let's go. Step on it!

'Ere, what's that...

Detective Inspector Tom Campbell, OBE.

Thank you, lads.

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