Stolen Earth

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The Stolen Earth
... "The Stolen Earth" is the twelfth episode of the fourth series and the 750th overall episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who ... In the episode, contemporary Earth and twenty-six other planets are stolen by the Daleks, aided by their megalomaniacal creator Davros and a shattered but precognitive Dalek Caan ... As the Doctor (David Tennant) and his companion Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) try to find Earth, his previous companions Jack Harkness (John Barrowman ...
The Stolen Earth - Broadcast and Reception - Critical Reception
... Mark Wright of The Stage posed the question "How on Earth do you review that?" ... In his review, he states that "'The Stolen Earth' does a fine job in weaving components from the current series, former companions, and Davros together." He wrote that he admires Graeme Harper's direction of the ... didn't end like "Last of the Time Lords" and said To say that The Stolen Earth eclipsed the equivalent episode last year would be no understatement whatsoever, and to also note ...
The Stolen Earth - Broadcast and Reception - Monsters Within Analysis
... With so many different ingredients to incorporate, much of the narrative of "The Stolen Earth" is given over simply to introducing each of them in turn and then manoeuvring them into the respective ... links to the classic series, most notably The Dalek Invasion of Earth and the cliffhanger ... to manage and the benefits of this quickly start to become apparent in "The Stolen Earth", despite the fact he spends much of his time lurking in the shadows" ...
The Stolen Earth - Production - Daleks
... The Stolen Earth" is the first appearance of the Daleks since "Evolution of the Daleks", which was filmed eighteen months prior to the episode consequently, the ... "The Stolen Earth" features two new variants of Daleks the Supreme Dalek, coloured red as an allusion to the Peter Cushing film Dr ... —Russell T Davies, Shooting script for "The Stolen Earth" ...

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    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)