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Adolf Hitler Spots the TARDIS
Adolf Hitler Spots the TARDIS
 When 'mysterious' crop circles appear in a field just outside of Leadworth, two old friends drop in on the village's most travelled residents, Amy and Rory Pond. One visitor we've met before. The other we haven't. One has a time machine. The other has a gun. This can't end well.

 In the search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in 1930s Berlin, bringing The Doctor face to face with the greatest war criminal in the universe. And Hitler. The Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities - and in so doing, learns a harsh lesson to the cruellest warfare of all.



General Information

Season: Thirty Two (New Series 6)
Production Code: 6-8
Story Number: 219 (New Series: 63)
Episode Number:778 (New Series: 82)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: March - April 2011
Broadcast Date: 27 August 2011
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Upper Boat, Pontypridd)
Location: Cornfield (near Cardiff); Temple of Peace (Cardiff); Brangwyn Hall (Swansea); Cyfarthfa Castle (Merthyr Tydfil) and Southampton Guildhall.
Writer:Steven Moffat
Director:Richard Senior
Producer:Marcus Wilson
Executive Producers:Beth Willis, Piers Wenger and Steven Moffat
Associate Producer:Denise Paul
Script Executive:Lindsey Alford
Script Editor:Caroline Henry
Editor:Will Oswald
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Managers:Claire Hildred and Phillipa Cole
Production Assistant:Charlie Coombes
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Tim Palmer
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Diana Barton
Costume Designer:Barbara Kidd
Make-Up Designer:Barbara Southcott
Cameramen:Matthew Lepper (Assistant), Simon Ridge (Assistant), Svetlana Miko (Assistant) and Joe Russell (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Paul Jefferies
Sound Recordist:Bryn Thomas
Sound Editor:Paul McFadden
Visual Effects:The Mill
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinator:Crispin Layfield
Stunt Performers:Andy J Smart, Gary Hoptrough, Gordon Seed, Jo McLaren and Stephanie Carey
Title Sequence:Frame Store
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Music Performed By: The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Music Conducted and Orchestrated By: Ben Foster
Music Mixed By: Jake Jackson
Music Recorded By: Gerry O'Riordan
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor)
Number of Companions: 2The Companions: Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) Number of Acquaintances: 1The Acquaintance: Alex Kingston (River Song) (Rejoins and Departs) Guest Cast: Caitlin Blackwood (Amelia Pond) Additional Cast: Nina Toussaint-White (Mels), Maya Glace-Green (Young Mels), Ezekiel Wigglesworth (Young Rory), Philip Rham (Zimmerman), Richard Dillane (Carter), Amy Cudden (Anita), Davood Ghadami (Jim), Ella Kenion (Harriet), Albert Welling (Adolf Hitler), Mark Killeen (German Officer), Paul Bentley (Professor Candy), Eva Alexander (Nurse), Tor Clark (Female Teacher)Setting: Leadworth, England (circa 1990’s 2000’s & 2011); Berlin, Germany (1938); Sisters of the Infinite Schism; Luna University, The Moon (5123) Villains:Adolf Hitler, Melody Pond/River Song and Teselecta Antibodies

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778Let's Kill Hitler27 August 201148'03"8.1Yes

Total Duration 48 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 8.1
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2011)76.20%  (Position = 7 out of 13)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2014)67.75% Lower (Position = 151 out of 241)


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Notes


"Let’s Kill Hitler" is the first story of the second half of Season Thirty Two (New Series 6) – which had a break during the summer months. The first half of this season concluded on the 4th June with "A Good Man Goes to War".

The prequel to this story was also written by Steven Moffat and premiered on the 15th August 2011. This prequel is the fourth that has been released. Previous prequels were released for "The Impossible Astronaut", "The Curse of the Black Spot" and "A Good Man Goes to War". We also get to see The Doctor's first appearance in a prequel.

This prequel has Amy calling The Doctor and leaving a message for him on the TARDIS' answer phone. She is heard begging him to find her daughter, Melody. Though Amy knows Melody will grow up to be River Song, she does not want to miss seeing her grow up. As she ends her message, it is revealed that a very upset Doctor was listening but did not pick up the phone, even though Amy had pleaded for him to do so.

Although this is the first full story of Doctor Who directed by Richard Senior, he previously directed the mini-story "Time/Space" (also written by Steven Moffat) and for the Doctor Who intro that opened the January 2011 NTA awards.

This story and "The Wedding of River Song", the final story of this season, were the final stories recorded for this season.

Recording for Season Thirty Two (New Series 6) was completed on Monday 11th July 2011 when the opening moments of this story were recorded involving Amy, Rory and The Doctor in the cornfield.

The cornfield sequences were shot about twenty miles outside Cardiff. While central Cardiff doubles for 1938 Berlin. The Temple of Peace in Cardiff, used in the episode for the German dinner party, was also used for Karen Gillan's first Doctor Who appearance when she played a Soothsayer in the 2010 story "The Fires of Pompeii". Exterior shots of the Hotel Adlon were filmed outside Southampton Guildhall.

One scene involving the Teselecta (disguised as a German soldier) chasing Amy and Rory on motorbikes through Berlin was cut from the filming schedule due to budget issues.

It has been revealed that whilst filming the sequence in the cornfield it was discovered that some 'point of view' shots taken, as the Mini careers through the cornfield, worked better when the car engine was off. Several members of the production team therefore volunteered to push the vehicle around the meadow as the camera (attached to the side of the car) rolled.

Mels is played at one point by Nina Toussaint-White – who is better known from EastEnders where she played Syd Chambers in 2009. She's also faced monsters in a 2009 episode of Primeval (playing Melanie) and starred as Tanya in Daughters.

The car Mels steals is a vintage Chevrolet Corvette. While the car driven by Amy and Rory is a Mini.

During the flashback scene, when Amy, Rory and Mels were younger, mention is made of Mels stealing a bus. This is not the first time a bus has been stolen in Doctor Who as Lady Christina de Souza, when faced with the prospect of arrest at the close of "Planet of the Dead", made off with a London double-decker!

During the moments after her initial regeneration into the River Song she re-enacts the iconic scene between Mrs Robinson (played by Anne Bancroft) and Benjamin (played by Dustin Hoffman) from the movie The Graduate, calling out to The Doctor ‘Hello, Benjamin!’. The Doctor refers to River Song as Mrs Robinson in "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon".

One amusing scene is during the sequence where Melody Pond/River Song is trying to kill The Doctor and he covertly switches a gun for a banana, leading River Song to pull the banana thinking it was a gun. The Ninth Doctor previously did this to Captain Jack Harkness in the 2009 story "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances".

River Song has previously used a type of lipstick to her advantage (see the 2010 stories "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone" and "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang"). This time however, she uses a poisonous version to try and kill The Doctor. This poison was taken from a Judas Tree. The Judas Tree is a deciduous tree prized for its bright display of flowers, usually pink or purple in colour. It's also the title of a novel by A.J. Cronin about a doctor, tragic mothers and lost love. It is also the title of an episode of Jonathan Creek that featured Paul McGann (who is better known as the Eighth Doctor) and Ian McNeice (who played Winston Churchill in the 2010 story "Victory of the Daleks").

When The Doctor verges on death in the TARDIS he uses a voice interface. After The Doctor rejects a projection of himself he asks for someone he likes. He is then shown holograms of former companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate). He rejects all three projections on the basis of increasingly strong feelings of guilt. The Doctor feels guilty for what he did to Rose, feels even guiltier for what he did to Martha and ‘even more guilt’ for what he did to Donna. The fifth projection is that of Amelia Pond.

This is the first time in the Eleventh Doctor’s era that companions of the previous two Doctors have been mentioned or seen. It is also the first time they have been seen since the 2009/2010 Tenth Doctor story "The End of Time". The projections of Rose and Donna are from publicity images taken during Season Thirty (New Series 4), whereas the projection of Martha is from a publicity image for Season Twenty Nine (New Series 3).

Young Amelia Pond also appears in flashback scenes from Amy's past interacting with a younger Mels and Rory, revisiting the various toys and props Amelia created of her ‘raggedy Doctor shown throughout Season Thirty One (New Series 5).

The TARDIS's projection of Amelia mentions fish fingers and custard – This comes from when the Eleventh Doctor was seen eating this combination of food when they first met in the 2010 story "The Eleventh Hour".

It is revealed that the temporal grace in the TARDIS, which supposedly prevents weapons to be fired, is said, by The Doctor, to be a ‘clever lie’. This part of the TARDIS was previously alluded to by the Fourth Doctor in the 1976 story "The Hand of Fear".

The Teselecta data console states The Doctor's TARDIS is a ‘Type 40 Mk 3 TT Capsule’.

At one point The Doctor is heard making the ‘Doctor Who?’ running joke.

The Eleventh Doctor is seen wearing a long dark-green military overcoat for the first time in this story. He is also seen with a sonic cane.

The Doctor mentions ‘fish vampires’- a reference to the 2010 story "The Vampires of Venice".

Rory is seen punching two people in the face to knock them to the ground. Rory previously did this to The Doctor in the 2010 story "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang".

The Doctor is heard telling Melody Pond/River Song ‘Rule one: The Doctor lies’. One of the first things The Doctor hears River Song say is ‘I always lie’ (see the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead").

The Doctor speaks about Melody Pond/River Song at Demon’s Run (see "A Good Man Goes to War").

This story alludes to several previous elements of River Song, several which include ontological paradoxes. Melody Pond/River Song reveals herself as the young girl seen regenerating in New York at the end of "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon" before she became Mels (short for Melody). Ironically Mels' name would then be used in turn by Amy to name her daughter.

When the German soldiers shoot Melody Pond/River Song her state of regeneration enables her to survive this attack. This was due to her still being within the first 15 hours of her regeneration. The 2009 Christmas special "The Christmas Invasion" established the fact that a newly regenerated body possesses incredible powers. This was demonstrated when the Tenth Doctor was able to recover from having his hand severed while fighting a Sycorax.

River Song’s ability to regenerate is a result of being a ‘child of the TARDIS’, from the infusion of Time Lord DNA into Melody during her conception aboard the TARDIS on Amy and Rory's wedding night as described in "A Good Man Goes to War". Later, when regenerating into the form of River Song, she learns of this name from The Doctor and Amy.

The Doctor also introduces River Song to the concept of ‘spoilers’ of her future timeline, a phrase River Song has used in previous stories.

River reveals she learned how to pilot the TARDIS from the TARDIS itself. This ability is alluded to in "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone" where River Song explains she ‘had lessons from the very best’ (which The Doctor assumed she was referring to himself).

River Song’s TARDIS-coloured diary (that was first seen in "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead") makes its first chronological appearance in this story and is a gift from The Doctor himself.

It is revealed that The Silence (who were first seen in "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon") are not a species, but a religious order who believe silence will fall when ‘the oldest question in the universe’ is asked. They are also revealed to be responsible for training Melody Pond to assassinate The Doctor.

The layout of the Teselacta's bridge is very similar to that seen on the Enterprise and other Federation Starships from the television series Star Trek.

When The Doctor reveals that the crew of the Teselecta use a compression field to miniaturise themselves into the ship, he tells them to watch what they eat, referring to The Slitheen's gas exchange. (see the 2009 Ninth Doctor story "Aliens of London/World War Three").

When first detecting that there are life forms inside the Teselecta, The Doctor is heard to wonder if it is bigger on the inside.

The TARDIS was previously able to materialise inside a smaller object, containing miniaturised life forms in a compression field, in the 1973 Third Doctor story "Carnival of Monsters".

At one point, the Teselecta's operators reference Rasputin.

The Teselecta crew are heard to mention something in Kennedy's timeline is not a fixed point in time. It is highly likely that this is a reference to the assassination of American President John F. Kennedy (an event witnessed by the Ninth Doctor). The concept of ‘fixed points in time’ has been explored before, including the Tenth Doctor stories "The Fires of Pompeii" (2008) and "The Waters of Mars" (2009).

The Teselecta crew consider River Song to be a wanted dangerous criminal. In previous stories River Song has been shown to be imprisoned in her personal future for killing ‘the best man she ever knew’.

At the end of this story we see River Song asking Professor Candy, of The Luna University, to become an archaeologist so as to find The Doctor. The previous stories, featuring River Song that take place later in her personal timeline show that she has acquired these degrees. Both Professor Candy and The Luna University appeared previously in Steven Moffat’s short story "Continuity Errors" (that was published in Decalog 3 – Consequences in 1996), which showed Professor Candy as having himself conducted research concerning The Doctor.

It is mentioned twice that River Song uses her remaining regenerations to revive The Doctor, implying that she has a fixed amount. It is though unclear whether The Doctor then gained all her remaining regenerations or if he still has only two remaining.

Like River Song giving up her remaining regenerations for The Doctor, he has been shown prepared to do this to save his companions in the 1983 Fifth Doctor story "Mawdryn Undead".

This story contains the following errors: When Adolf Hitler shoots Mels in the stomach there is no blood or bullet hole on her dress when she stands up just before she regenerates; The Doctor is seen switching off the TARDIS Monitor showing his data, that he took from the robot. However, the next camera view shows the monitor is still on, showing the data and then the next camera change shows the monitor displaying the default screensaver.

Following on after this story, on BBC3, was the eighth chapter of the sixth series of Doctor Who Confidential. Titled "River Runs Wild" it was presented by Russell Tovey and looked into the making of this story.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first story of the Autumn half of Season Thirty Two (New Series 6).

 The first story in the Eleventh Doctor’s era that companions of the previous two Doctors have been mentioned or seen.

 The first Doctor Who story to be directed by Richard Senior.


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The Plot

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Summoning The Doctor
Summoning The Doctor

Amy and Rory are driving through a corn field in a car with Amy giving directions badly. After a lot of twists and turns they suddenly arrive in a clearing and stop when they see The Doctor standing by the TARDIS. He shows them a copy of the local newspaper which has a front-page story about an unusual crop circle that spells out the name ‘Doctor’ but in addition to the letters, that Amy and Rory have just spelt out in the corn field, is a line heading straight towards where they are standing. Suddenly a red sports car appears from the corn and drives up to them knocking The Doctor to the ground. A woman, about Amy's age, then steps out and points a gun at The Doctor.

This woman is in fact a ‘friend’ of Amy who she and Rory have known since they were all children. Mels is though a troublemaker and has always been in trouble but has always been supported by her best friend Amy.

With the sound of police sirens approaching Mels orders The Doctor to take the three of them in the TARDIS. But inside Mels shoots the control console causing the TARDIS to go out of control as they head for Berlin, Germany in the year 1938.

Mels
Mels

At this time in Earth’s history a strange man is watching a Nazi general. The man walks into the general's office and becomes his double. He sucks the general into him, where he is killed by anti-bots. Inside the machine are also people who are controlling the shapeshifter which now tries to kill Adolf Hitler. But the out of control TARDIS crashes through a window and knocks the shapeshifter to the floor. On exiting the TARDIS The Doctor, Amy, Rory and Mels are shocked to discover that they have just saved Adolf Hitler. The Nazi dictator, on realising that his assassin is back on his feet tries to shoot the shapeshifter.

Unfortunately he misses, shooting Mels instead. As Mels dies it is discovered that she is in fact Melody Pond, Amy’s daughter who was abducted at the Demons Run when she was a baby (see "A Good Man Goes to War"). Thinking that have only just located Amy’s long-lost daughter – at the point at which she dies – they are shocked when they witness her regenerate into the person they know as River Song. With Adolf Hitler safely locked in a wardrobe, the shapeshifter scans Melody Pond/River Song and discovers that she is the ‘weapon’ that will kill The Doctor – this is because this is what she has been ‘programmed’ to do and the reason why she was kidnapped by Madame Kovarian at Demons Run.

Adolf Hitler Is Attacked
Adolf Hitler Is Attacked

Melody Pond/River Song tries to kill The Doctor several times, but he thwarts her. Finally she runs out of ideas and so kisses The Doctor before jumping out of a window to go shopping for clothes. But before she leaves she reveals that she has just poisoned The Doctor by kissing him with poisoned lipstick. As The Doctor starts to die, he orders Amy and Rory to catch their daughter as this is the Melody that will be if Madame Kovarian keeps her. Outside Amy and Rory witness her kill some Nazis soldiers using her regenerative energy. She then steals their guns and flees on a motorbike.

Amy and Rory follow on a second motorbike, the shapeshifter following them on a third motorbike. The Doctor meanwhile manages to get into the TARDIS. There the TARDIS voice simulator takes on the form of young Amelia Pond. After much debate, the voice simulator reveals that fish fingers and custards will control the pain, but he will still die.

Melody Pond/River Song steals all the clothes from people in a restaurant and works on her ensemble. Amy and Rory then arrive outside the restaurant, pursued by the shapeshifter. Inside the restaurant Amy approaches Melody Pond/River Song who is trying on different outfits. But this is not Amy but the shapeshifter. The shapeshifter is about to kill Melody Pond/River Song when The Doctor arrives, in the TARDIS, wearing evening clothes.

Amy, The Doctor and Rory
Amy, The Doctor and Rory

Meanwhile Amy and Rory awake inside the shapeshifter, where anti-bots attempt to kill them, but they are saved by one of the crew. They discover that the shapeshifter is called the Teselecta and is being used to track down wanted criminals – hence why the attempted assassination of Adolf Hitler and its interest in River Song. The Teselecta prepares to kill Melody Pond/River Song, but The Doctor begs it to stop resulting in Melody Pond/River Song becoming frozen in place. The Doctor asks the Teselecta for information on himself and Amy persuades them to give The Doctor what he wants. The Teselecta though starts to torture Melody Pond/River Song, until Amy turns off all of their security clearance devices. This causes the anti-bots to start tracking them all down. To escape death the crew teleports away leaving just Amy and Rory being hunted down inside the Teselecta.

Free once more Melody Pond/River Song is persuaded by the dying Doctor to help her parents. Amy and Rory are about to be killed when the TARDIS materializes around them. Thinking that it is The Doctor who has come to save them they discover that Melody Pond/River Song has flown the TARDIS, after it taught her how. The trio then return to The Doctor but he says there is no way for him to survive.

With just seconds of his life left he passes on a message to Melody Pond/River Song. When Amy quizzes her as to what The Doctor said Melody Pond/River Song asks her who River Song is. To answer her, so that there is no doubt, Amy instructs the Teselecta to change its form to that of River Song. Melody Pond therefore sees herself and this prompts her, after confirming with Amy and Rory that The Doctor is a worthy person, to save The Doctor. To do so though she sacrifices her remaining regenerations to revive him, almost killing herself.

After leaving Berlin, The Doctor, Amy and Rory take Melody Pond/River Song to the largest hospital in the universe. The Doctor claims that they must now let her find her own way. Back in the TARDIS, The Doctor has also downloaded some information about himself from the Teselecta – in particular he has now discovered the day of his death…

 
Melody Pond 'Regenerates'
Melody Pond 'Regenerates'
The Deadly Kiss
The Deadly Kiss
River Song
River Song
Rory and Amy Inside the Tessalecta
Rory and Amy Inside the Tessalecta
 
The Tessalecta Antibodies
The Tessalecta Antibodies
The Doctor
The Doctor
The Tessalecta Attacks River Song
The Tessalecta Attacks River Song
River Song Saving The Doctor
River Song Saving The Doctor




Quote of the Story


 'It's a police telephone box from London, England. That's right, Adolf - the British are coming!'

The Doctor



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Series 6 Part 2: - Episodes 8-13October 2011BBCDVD 3429Photo-montage
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Series 6 Part 2: - Episodes 8-13October 2011BBCBD 0152Photo-montage
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The Complete Sixth Series Box SetNovember 2011BBCDVD 3430Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
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The Complete Sixth Series Box SetNovember 2011BBCBD 0153Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
DVD
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2011BBCDVD 3564Photo-montageLimited Edition DVD boxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2011BBCBD 0193Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all 12 stories
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Original Television Soundtrack - Series 6December 2011Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
Video
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The Complete Series 1-7 Box Set (Limited Edition)December 2013BBCBD 0242Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all Series 1-7 stories at full 1080p high definition
Video
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The Complete Sixth Series (2014 Re-release)August 2014BBCDVD 3970Photo-montageBoxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)August 2020Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 12 stories


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