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Synopsis


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 A simple trip to New York City goes horribly wrong when Rory is zapped back to 1938 by the Weeping Angels. There he finds that River is investigating the angels and they are hunting.

 The Doctor and Amy must find Rory before it is too late but they soon find that not every point in time can be changed and The Doctor must do the one thing he has been dreading - say a final farewell to Amelia Pond.



General Information

Season: Thirty Three (New Series 7)
Production Code: 7-5
Story Number: 230 (New Series: 74)
Episode Number:789 (New Series: 93)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: March - April 2012
Broadcast Date: 29 September 2012
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Upper Boat, Pontypridd)
Location: New York (USA); University of Bristol; Cardiff University and Llanelli (Carmarthenshire)
Writer:Steven Moffat
Director:Nick Hurran
Producer:Marcus Wilson
Executive Producers:Caroline Skinner and Steven Moffat
Assistant Director:Danielle Richards
Script Producer:Denise Paul
Script Supervisor:Steve Walker
Script Editor:John Phillips (Assistant)
Editor:Jamie Pearson
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Managers:Phillipa Cole and Moe Bardach (New York)
Production Assistants:Rachel Vipond and Samantha Price
Post Production Supervisor:Nerys Davies
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Neville Kidd
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producers:Diana Barton and David Mason (New York)
Costume Designer:Howard Burden
Make-Up Designer:Barbara Southcott
Cameramen:Evelina Norgren (Assistant), Meg De Koning (Assistant), Sam Smithard (Assistant) and Joe Russell (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Paul Jefferies
Sound Recordist:Deian Llyr Humphreys
Visual Effects:Space Digital and The Mill
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinators:Crispin Layfield and Gordon Seed
Stunt Performers:Matthew Stirling 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 Recorded and Mixed By: Jake Jackson
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor)
Number of Companions: 2The Companions: Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) (Departs) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) (Departs) Number of Acquaintances: 1The Acquaintance: Alex Kingston (River Song) (Rejoins and Departs) Additional Cast: Mike McShane (Grayle), Rob David (Sam Garner), Bentley Kalu (Hood), Ozzie Yue (Foreman), Burnell Tucker (Old Garner), Zac Fox (Photoshoot PA)Setting: Manhattan, New York City, USA (1938 and 2012) Villain: The Weeping Angels

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Duration Viewers
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In Archive
789The Angels Take Manhattan29 September 201244'14"7.8Yes

Total Duration 44 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 7.8
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2012)87.20%  (Position = 1 out of 5)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2014)76.57% Lower (Position = 67 out of 241)


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Notes


This is the final story of the first half of Season Thirty Three (New Series 7) - before the 2012 Christmas Special - and is the final story that features Amy Pond (played by Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (played by Arthur Darvill) – both of whom have been the main travelling companions, since the 2010 story "The Eleventh Hour".

This story was written by head writer Steven Moffat and directed by Nick Hurran whose previous credits include "The Girl Who Waited", "The God Complex" and "Asylum of the Daleks".

It was announced in December 2011, by Steven Moffat, that Amy and Rory would leave mid-way during Season Thirty Three (New Series 7) due to ‘heartbreaking’ circumstances. Amy's exit was a mutual decision between Steven Moffat and actress Karen Gillan - who has revealed that she wanted her character to have a final ending, and ruled out returning to the show in the future as she felt it would take away from the impact of her final scene.

Head writer Steven Moffat has stated that he felt ‘tremendous pressure’ writing Amy and Rory's ending. He later revealed that he ‘completely changed’ the ending as he was writing it, feeling the emphasis was wrong. It has also been reported that Karen Gillan refused to read the script for a few weeks after she received it because she ‘didn't want to make it real’. She also later revealed in an interview, ‘I literally couldn't read it without crying. It was the most highly-charged read-through I've ever experienced. But I couldn't have asked for a better exit. I don't think it'll be what people expect’.

This may have been the last story for Amy and Rory but the final story Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill recorded was actually the previous story, "The Power of Three".

This story also stars Alex Kingston as River Song - The Doctor's wife, occasional companion, and daughter of Amy and Rory - and the return of the Weeping Angels who were first seen in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "Blink", which was also written by head writer Steven Moffat.

This is the first story to feature River Song that is not a two-parter or is at least following a cameo appearance by River Song in a previous story.

This story takes place in New York, in the United States of America, and parts of it were actually filmed in Central Park in New York City in April 2012. Other scenes were shot at night in the city.

This marks the second time Doctor Who has filmed principal photography in the United States of America, the first being the 2011 story "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon".

Steven Moffat was in New York when he came up with the story, and thought it was appropriate for a Weeping Angels story. He has described the city as ‘a different backdrop’ to shoot a Doctor Who story in, and made use of its architecture. Fellow executive producer Caroline Skinner felt that the location ‘has such scale and romance’ which gave it ‘a real atmosphere and a very different tone for Doctor Who’.

The week spent filming in the city was done by a ‘small unit by American standards’ according to producer Marcus Wilson. They did not take any props of Weeping Angels or the TARDIS, which were instead added in post-production.

Other filming locations included University of Bristol, Cardiff University and a cemetery in Llanelli. The New York skyline was added into the cemetery also in post-production.

Amy Pond is heard calling The Doctor ‘Raggedy man’ (see "The Eleventh Hour", "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang" and "The Girl Who Waited").

While on the roof contemplating suicide, Rory makes a reference to his history of having died multiple times and coming back to life each time (see "Amy's Choice", "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood", "The Curse of the Black Spot" and "The Doctor's Wife").

River Song is heard telling Rory that the TARDIS Translation Circuit ‘sticks around’ when he sees writing on ancient Chinese vases being translated.

The year The Doctor visits in ancient China, to have a message placed on a vase to alert River Song, is 221 BC. This coded message is the exclamation ‘Yowzah’, as River Song had done with him on Planet One, in "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang", and through the black box of the Byzantium in "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone".

The title of the book River Song writes is "The Angel's Kiss". An e-book version of the novel was released on the 4th October 2012.

River Song is heard to say that she was pardoned from prison because the man she killed never existed. (see "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon" and "The Wedding of River Song"). Oswin erased The Doctor from the Daleks' memories in "Asylum of the Daleks". However, it is unclear how exactly The Doctor was erased from other networks and memories. The conversation between River Song and The Doctor (and the fact that Solomon couldn't find information about The Doctor in "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship") implies The Doctor is responsible for the other erasures, as he was ‘getting too big’. River Song states it in a coy tacit way of telling The Doctor she knows what he has been doing.

It is revealed that River Song is now a professor (see the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead").

The Doctor used some of his regenerative energy to repair River Song's hand. He did something similar before when recharging the last power source in the TARDIS after it travelled to a parallel world in the 2006 Tenth Doctor story "Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel".

In response to The Doctor healing her hand, River Song exclaims ‘You embarrass me!’ much like The Doctor did in the story "The Wedding of River Song".

When River Song asks The Doctor whether the bulb on top of the TARDIS needs changing, he says that he has just changed it. Flickering light bulbs have been a common motif throughout the current series, as well as a tactic used by the Weeping Angels in their previous appearances.

River Song is heard telling Amy that The Doctor doesn't like to see his companions age. The Doctor once indicated the same in the 2006 Tenth Doctor story "School Reunion".

As well as the ‘standard’ looking Weeping Angels, Steven Moffat was interested in coming up with a new form for them and so he introduced the cherubim. The Statue of Liberty is also revealed to be possessed by a Weeping Angel.

This is Amy's fourth encounter with the Weeping Angels and her fifth story with them. She previously met them in "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone", the special script-to-screen mini-story "Good as Gold" (that was broadcast as part of Blue Peter on the 24th May 2012) and in the BBC Books’ Eleventh Doctor stories "Touched by an Angel" and "Magic of the Angels".

While in this story a paradox leads to the Weeping Angels' destruction, in the BBC Books’ Eleventh Doctor story "Touched by an Angel", the Weeping Angels try to purposely create a paradox to feed on its energy.

Rory uses Brightwell & Hyman matches to defend himself from the cherubic Weeping Angels.

When trying to materialise in 1938, the TARDIS makes the same malfunctioning sound it made in the 1970 Third Doctor story "Spearhead from Space", the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "The Eleventh Hour" and The Sarah Jane Adventures story "The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith".

When The Doctor is seen adjusting his hair before exiting the TARDIS, a plaque references that TARDIS was manufactured by Rolls Royce.

The Doctor uses the extractor fans once more (see "Let's Kill Hitler").

It is revealed that if someone learns of their personal future by reading about it, this future event becomes a fixed point in time and therefore cannot be changed.

Due to the paradox created by Amy and Rory, The Doctor cannot travel back in time to visit them without destroying New York City.

The afterword Amy wrote in Melody Malone's book was a message for The Doctor, which made reference to various adventures The Doctor and Amy have had together: saving a whale in space ("The Beast Below"), fighting pirates ("The Curse of the Black Spot"), inspiring a great artist ("Vincent and the Doctor"), and falling in love with a man who would wait two thousand years for her. ("The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang").

The final scene has The Doctor returning to meet a young Amelia Pond the morning after he left her waiting in the garden in "The Eleventh Hour" to tell her about the adventures they will have together. The older Amy was dreaming about that morning when The Doctor came back to pick her up the night before her wedding at the end of "The Eleventh Hour". Steven Moffat said of the scene, ‘After showing Amelia Pond in the garden as a young girl in "The Eleventh Hour", Karen's first episode, the final shot in Saturday's "The Angels Take Manhattan" is a punch line I have been waiting to tell for two and a half years’.

This story contains a number of errors. Namely: As The Doctor examines River Song's broken wrist, she says it is ‘pretty bad, too’. In this shot, The Doctor has his mouth open as if showing the pain of seeing her hand. But in the next shot, his mouth is closed; The Winter Quay is located near Battery Park on the south side of Manhattan, however several shots from the roof show the Chrysler Building nearby in the background, a building located miles north and is not visible from Battery Park; The map that The Doctor uses to locate Rory, in 1938, shows both the Battery Park, as well as the Battery Tunnel. These were not in existence in 1938; Just after Amy and Rory jump off of the roof, and The Doctor is looking down at them, River Song is in the background standing normally looking at The Doctor. In the very next shot she is leaning on the ledge, looking down at Amy and Rory; the credits include ‘Photoshoot PA’ but this character does not appear in this story, but instead in "Asylum of the Daleks" – where there was no credit.

As with the previous stories of this season this story includes a unique logo in the title sequence. This time it resembles the Statue of Liberty in colour and pattern. The production team have confirmed that the title sequence for every story in this season will have slightly different stylized versions of the Doctor Who logo. For this story the vortex also had a change of colour this time to blue and grey.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first story to feature River Song that is not a two-parter or is at least following a cameo appearance by River Song in a previous story.


The Lasts (Subject to Future Stories):

 The last story of the first part of Season Thirty Three (New Series 7).

 Karen Gillan's last story as companion Amy Pond.

 Arthur Darvill's last story as companion Rory Williams.


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The Plot

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The Angels Take Manhattan

Relaxing in Manhattan
Relaxing in Manhattan

The Doctor, Amy, and Rory, are enjoying a picnic in Central Park in New York. Amy though is annoyed by The Doctor's habit of reading a 1930s detective novel, by Melody Malone, out loud. However, when Rory goes off to get coffee Amy asks The Doctor to read her part of the story. As he reads, The Doctor tears out the last page, noting he does this to avoid endings. Continuing, they soon become concerned when to there surprise Rory turns up in the plot of the novel.

This is because Rory, on his way back to the park with the coffee, hears the sound of children giggling, as a stone cherub on a nearby fountain disappears. As Rory enters a nearby dark archway, the giggling gets closer and closer. Then Rory finds himself in 1938 New York and is met by River Song (the writer of the book that The Doctor and Amy are reading).

Realising that Rory is no longer with them The Doctor and Amy rush to the TARDIS, while in 1938 Rory questions River Song about how he got there as he was just walking under the archway in the park. River Song tells him that she has no idea. In the TARDIS The Doctor and Amy continue to read in concurrence with events in the past, as Rory and River Song find themselves held at gunpoint and taken to a Mr Grayle, an art collector. River Song explains - even though The Doctor tries but it is bounced back to 2012 - that landing the TARDIS in this time period is impossible due to the high level of time distortions. Landing in a cemetery back in 2012, The Doctor tells Amy to stop reading ahead in the book because reading the events written in it causes them to become fixed in time. Amy though ignores The Doctor as she is keen to learn about Rory's fate.

River Song
River Song

The Doctor becomes though more concerned when he learns about the presence of The Weeping Angels – Amy having read in the book that Grayle has shown River Song a damaged Weeping Angel that is part of his collection. The Doctor suddenly realises that he can use Grayle’s love of art to send a message to River Song by going back in time and have a message added to a Chinese vase. This enables River Song to activate a homing beacon that The Doctor uses to guide his TARDIS to Grayle. However, when the TARDIS arrives Grayle is knocked out. The Doctor and Amy discover Rory is missing and that River Song has been duped by Grayle and has become trapped by the damaged Weeping Angel.

Though aware of reading ahead for spoilers Amy deduces that River Song, when writing the book, would have left hints so allowing them to identify Rory's location from the chapter titles. However, as Amy races off to the basement to rescue Rory, who has been locked up there by Grayle, The Doctor finds the last chapter is about Amy's farewell and this upsets him. This prompts The Doctor to try and break the cycle of events. He therefore tells River Song to free herself from the damaged Weeping Angel without breaking her wrist, as Amy had already read this in the book and as such is now destined to happen.

Reading Melody Malone
Reading Melody Malone

The Doctor joins Amy and they find that Rory was locked in the basement with some baby Angels, but has since disappeared. River Song, having apparently freed herself from The Weeping Angel, manages to locate Rory nearby at the Winter Quay apartment block. But when The Doctor grabs River Songs’ hand he discovers that her wrist is broken and so the events of the book are still coming true.

At the Winter Quay apartment block, Rory is drawn to a room labelled with his name. Just before the others catch up with him they discover, at the end of the hall, a Weeping Angel that is smiling. Inside the room is an old man who calls to Amy and is revealed to be Rory's future self. Amy holds the older Rory's hand as he passes away. The Doctor sadly informs Rory this means that the Weeping Angels will send him back in time and keep him imprisoned at Winter Quay until he dies, as they have just witnessed. He also informs the others that he has deduced that the Weeping Angels have used this building many times within the populous New York as a virtually endless battery. Rory and Amy refuse to accept their fate, insisting they can run from the Weeping Angels forever. Despite trying to convince them that this will be an impossible thing to do The Doctor and River Song agree to help them escape and so attempt to distract the Angels.

Amy and Rory though are forced to the roof of the building, where they are confronted by the snarling Statue of Liberty - a giant Weeping Angel that intends to take Rory to the past. Rory though deduces that there is another way to thwart the Weeping Angel and that is if he were he to die, by jumping from the roof before the Weeping Angels take him, a paradox would be created so ending their preying methods. Despite Rory’s protests Amy opts to join him, and just as The Doctor and River Song reach the roof, the two of them jump from the roof so creating the paradox that poisons the time energy the Weeping Angels have been feeding off, thus killing them.

Rory and a Cherub Angel
Rory and a Cherub Angel

The four find themselves, along with the TARDIS, back in the cemetery in 2012 New York and relieved to be alive. However, as they enter the TARDIS, Rory spots a gravestone with his name on it - moments before he is touched by a Weeping Angel and disappears into the past. Witnessing this The Doctor explains to Amy that they cannot go back as creating another paradox in New York will destroy the city. Desperate to be with Rory a distraught Amy convinces herself that if she were touched by the same Weeping Angel, she would be able to join him in the past. The Doctor tries to talk her out of it, but River Song insists she goes. Amy tearfully says goodbye to The Doctor before letting herself be touched by the Weeping Angel and so is whisked away to be with Rory once more. To The Doctor's horror and distress, the gravestone now reads Amy's name as well.

River Song tries to comfort The Doctor, knowing that he can never see Amy or Rory again. The Doctor even asks River Song to stay and travel with him. She replies that she would be willing to share adventures with him, but not travel with him all the time. Heading up to a room to begin writing the book, River Song tells The Doctor that while he may not listen to her, he may listen to Amy and that after giving her the story for publishing she will make sure Amy leaves a message for him in the book's afterword.

The Doctor suddenly remembers that he tore out the last page from the book, when they were having the picnic, and so rushes back to the park. The Doctor grabs the page and reads Amy's message; ‘Afterword, by Amelia Williams. Hello, old friend, and here we are. You and me, on the last page. By the time you read these words, Rory and I will be long gone, so know that we lived well, and were very happy. And, above all else, know that we will love you, always. Sometimes, I do worry about you though; I think, once we're gone, you won't be coming back here for a long while, and you might be alone, which you should never be. Don't be alone, Doctor. And do one more thing for me: there's a little girl, waiting in a garden; she's going to wait a long while, so she is going to need a lot of hope. Go to her. Tell her a story. Tell her that, if she's patient, the days are coming that she'll never forget. Tell her she'll go to sea and fight pirates, she'll fall in love with a man who'll wait two thousand years to keep her safe. Tell her she'll give hope to the greatest painter who ever lived, and save a whale in outer space.

As young Amelia is seen waiting in the garden for The Doctor to return for her the sound of the TARDIS is heard and as this happens Amy finishes her message to The Doctor by narrating ‘Tell her: This is the story of Amelia Pond - and this, is how it ends’.

 
Searching For Rory
Searching For Rory
The Smiling Angel
The Smiling Angel
Old Rory
Old Rory
Amy
Amy
 
The Doctor Reunited with Amy and Rory
The Doctor Reunited with Amy and Rory
The Angel in the Graveyard
The Angel in the Graveyard
Afterword by Amelia Williams
Afterword by Amelia Williams
How It All Begain
How It All Begain




Quote of the Story


 'Afterword, by Amelia Williams. Hello, old friend, and here we are. You and me, on the last page. By the time you read these words, Rory and I will be long gone, so know that we lived well, and were very happy. And, above all else, know that we will love you, always. Sometimes, I do worry about you though; I think, once we're gone, you won't be coming back here for a long while, and you might be alone, which you should never be. Don't be alone, Doctor. And do one more thing for me: there's a little girl, waiting in a garden; she's going to wait a long while, so she is going to need a lot of hope. Go to her. Tell her a story. Tell her that, if she's patient, the days are coming that she'll never forget. Tell her she'll go to sea and fight pirates, she'll fall in love with a man who'll wait two thousand years to keep her safe. Tell her she'll give hope to the greatest painter who ever lived, and save a whale in outer space. Tell her: This is the story of Amelia Pond - and this, is how it ends.'

Amy



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Doctor Who Series 7 Part 1 Box SetOctober 2012BBCDVD 3697Photo-montageDVD Limited Edition boxed set containing all 5 stories
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Original Television Soundtrack - Series 7September 2013Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
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The Complete Seventh Series Box SetOctober 2013BBCDVD 3838Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 15 stories
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The Complete Seventh Series Box Set (Limited Edition)October 2013BBCDVD 3878Photo-montageLimited Edition DVD boxed set containing 13 stories
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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
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The 50th Anniversary CollectionDecember 2013Photo-montageOriginal Television Soundtracks
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The Complete Seventh Series (2014 Re-release)August 2014BBCDVD 3971Photo-montageBoxed set containing all 15 stories


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