|"Victory of the Daleks"|
| Series Doctor Who|
Season 31/5, Episode 3
|Air date||April 17th, 2010|
|Producers||Steven Moffat; Patrick Schweitzer; Tracie Simpson; Piers Wenger; Beth Willis|
|Starring||Matt Smith; Karen Gillan|
"The Beast Below"
"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.
|Matt Smith||The Doctor|
|Karen Gillan||Amy Pond|
Guest Starring Edit
|Ian McNeice||Winston Churchill|
|Nina De Cosimo||Blanche|
|Nicholas Briggs||Dalek (voice)|
|Colin Prockter||Air raid warden|
|Jonathan Battersby||Tall thin man|
|Mark Gatiss||Danny Boy|
|Jamall Nasir||Civil servant|
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The World of Doctor Who
Doctor Who miscellaneous
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