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20 years on, and Davros doesn't look a day older (2008)

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  • Publication: The Sun
  • Date: 2008-06-17
  • Author: Sara Nathan and Colin Robertson
  • Page: 25
  • Language: English

DR WHO'S WRINKLY BADDIE IS BACK


DOCTOR Who's dreaded enemy Davros returns for his first telly appearance in 20 years — looking just as grim as the LAST time we saw him.

The Daleks' wrinkly creator makes a terrifying comeback in the final two episodes of the current series of the BBC1 sci-fi hit.

The hideous baddie, now played by Shakespearian actor Julian Bleach, was last seen entering an escape pod in Remembrance of the Daleks in 1988.

First introduced in Genesis Of The Daleks 13 years earlier, his appearance is the result of an explosion on the Daleks' world Skaro.

His life was saved by putting him in a life-support wheelchair resembling a Dalek's lower half.

And Davros is not the only shock for the Doctor as a killer RED Dalek also bursts on to the scene.

A show insider said: "The final episodes are the best yet as the Daleks try to destroy the Doctor once and for all. "Billie Piper is back as his old pal Rose to help, but it's a big battle."

Preview next week's Doctor Who at thesun.co.uk/tv

Caption: Reddy for action ... new killer Dalek

Caption: Back ... Davros and, inset, as fans remember him

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  • APA 6th ed.: Robertson, Sara Nathan and Colin (2008-06-17). 20 years on, and Davros doesn't look a day older. The Sun p. 25.
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