PropertyValue
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  • Let's Kill Hitler (TV story)
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  • The episode featured the first "Time Lord-style" regeneration of a female that showed the complete change in physical appearance from old to new incarnation on-screen. Previously, such regenerations were shown with the change from an old form already completed or cut out before the physical change even began. Let's Kill Hitler also dealt with other aspects of regeneration, such as being able to rapidly heal from otherwise fatal injuries while the regenerative cycle was still in process, and a capability to donate some amount of regenerative energy to another at will.
OnlineConform
  • Mark Bright
SupervisingSoundEditor
  • Paul McFadden
VFXEditor
  • Cat Gregory
StandbyCarpenter
  • Will Pope
ConstructionChargehand
  • Scott Fisher
PracticalElectrician
  • Albert James
CostumeSupervisor
  • Vicky Salway
CostumeAsst
  • Jason Gill
  • Yasemin Kascioglu
  • Frances Morris
Electrician
  • Ben Griffiths
  • Bob Milton
  • Stephen Slocombe
  • Alan Tippetts
DressingProps
  • Kristian Wilsher
  • Tom Belton
PropsBuyer
  • Adrian Anscombe
PostProdCoOrdinator
  • Marie Brown
SoundMaintenanceEngineer
  • Dafydd Parry
  • Jeff Welch
FoleyEditor
  • Jamie Talbutt
ProductionExec
  • Julie Scott
PropsMaster
  • Paul Aitken
WithThanksTo
  • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
PropsMaker
  • Nicholas Robatto
  • Penny Howarth
StandbyRigger
  • Bryan Griffiths
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AsstEditor
  • Becky Trotman
  • Carmen Sanchez Roberts
made next
  • The Wedding of River Song
LocationManager
  • Nicky James
Make-upDesigner
  • Barbara Southcott
ExecutiveProd
  • Beth Willis
  • Piers Wenger
  • Steven Moffat
CameraAsst
  • Matthew Lepper
  • Simon Ridge
  • Svetlana Miko
OnlineEditor
  • Jeremy Lott
BestBoy
  • Pete Chester
OriginalTheme
  • Ron Grainer
confidential
  • River Runs Wild
SoundEffectsEditor
  • Paul Jefferies
story number
  • 218
UnitManager
  • Rhys Griffiths
SetDecorator
  • Julian Luxton
FocusPuller
  • Steve Rees
  • Jonathan Vidgen
ProductionCoOrdinator
  • Claire Hildred
DubbingMixer
  • Tim Ricketts
AssistantProductionAccountant
  • Ceredig Parry
CastingDirector
  • Andy Pryor CDG
3rdAD
  • Heddi-Joy Taylor-Welch
CastingAssociate
  • Alice Purser
DialogueEditor
  • Paul McFadden
PostProdSupervisor
  • Nerys Davies
BTS
  • We're in Hitler's office - Doctor Who Confidential - BBC Three
  • Doctor Who Let's Kill Hitler Q&A
  • Rory Hearts Amy exclusive dw Insider, Ep 8
ProductionAccountant
  • Dyfed Thomas
Make-upSupervisor
  • Pam Mullins
StuntCoOrdinator
  • Crispin Layfield
GraphicArtist
  • Christina Tom
ConstructionManager
  • Matthew Hywel-Davies
Make-upArtist
  • Allison Sing
  • Vivienne Simpson
broadcast date
  • 2011-08-27
ProductionDesigner
  • Michael Pickwoad
made prev
  • Closing Time
VisualFXProducer
  • Beewan Athwal
ScriptEditor
  • Caroline Henry
SupervisingArtDirector
  • Stephen Nicholas
StandbyProps
  • Phil Shellard
  • Helen Atherton
1stAD
  • Steffan Morris
ConceptArtist
  • Richard Shaun Williams
StandbyArtDirector
  • Dafydd Shurmer
SoundRecordist
  • Bryn Thomas
CameraOperator
  • Joe Russell
2ndAD
  • James DeHaviland
ProductionBuyer
  • Ben Morris
VisualEffects
  • The Mill
AssociateProducer
  • Denise Paul
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Editor
  • Will Oswald
Doctor
  • Eleventh Doctor
Enemy
Gaffer
  • Mark Hutchings
Series
Graphics
  • BBC Wales Graphics
Producer
CostumeDesigner
  • Barbara Kidd
ProductionManager
  • Claire Hildred
  • Phillipa Cole
Name
  • Let's Kill Hitler
LineProducer
  • Diana Barton
Prosthetics
  • Millennium FX
SoundEditor
  • Doug Sinclair
Colourist
  • Mick Vincent
Clip
  • Exclusive Doctor Who Sneak Peek 2 Let's Kill Hitler
DoP
  • Stephan Pehrsson
Production code
  • 6.800000
Grip
  • Dai Hopkins
Season Number
  • 6
Music
  • Murray Gold
SpecialEffects
  • Real SFX
Format
  • 3000.0
Companions
Setting
DesignAssistant
  • Dan Martin
PREV
  • A Good Man Goes to War
Ad
  • Janine H Jones
  • Michael Curtis
NEXT
  • Night Terrors
Writer
Director
Stunt
  • Gary Hoptrough
  • Gordon Seed
  • Andy Smart
  • Jo McLaren
  • Stephanie Carey
Network
PropsChargehand
  • Rhys Jones
AsstCostumeDesigner
  • Samantha Keeble
LocationAssistant
  • Geraint Williams
AssistantArtDirector
  • Jackson Pope
ScriptExecutive
  • Lindsey Alford
ConductedAndOrchestratedBy
  • Ben Foster
Draughtsman
  • Julia Jones
AsstProductionCoOrdinator
  • Helen Blyth
PropsDriver
  • Medard Mankos
PettyCashBuyer
  • Kate Wilson
StorePerson
  • Jayne Davies
ProductionSecretary
  • Scott Handcock
RecordedBy
  • Gerry O'Riordan
MixedBy
  • Jake Jackson
AssistantGrip
  • Owen Charnley
ProductionAssistant
  • Charlie Coombes
ScriptSupervisor
  • Lindsay Grant
abstract
  • The episode featured the first "Time Lord-style" regeneration of a female that showed the complete change in physical appearance from old to new incarnation on-screen. Previously, such regenerations were shown with the change from an old form already completed or cut out before the physical change even began. Let's Kill Hitler also dealt with other aspects of regeneration, such as being able to rapidly heal from otherwise fatal injuries while the regenerative cycle was still in process, and a capability to donate some amount of regenerative energy to another at will. This was the first Doctor Who story to feature the personal appearance of the tyrant dictator Adolf Hitler. However, although the title of this episode suggested the story might revolve around him, in truth he received close to five minutes of screen time and was quickly ejected from the plot. A few references to World War II and Nazism were present, but much of the episode focused on the first appearance of the Justice Department and the strange types of technology they utilised.
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